Indian cuisine is now the nations favourite take away. This ‘curry craze’ has given us the inspiration to share our top 10 authentic Indian Curries for everyone to have a go at cooking at home.

For hints and tips of how to make the perfect curry, take a look at our Indian Cooking Class and Contemporary Indian cookery course .

Rayeea’s Indian Chicken Korma –

Korma is a takeaway classic. This creamy homemade version made with yoghurt is sure to become a tea time favourite.

Konkani Sour Mango Prawn Curry

The unusual combination of prawns and mango works really well in this dish to produce a delicious fruity curry. Definitely worth the effort!

Rick Stein – Paneer Jalfrezi

A vegetarian curry, perfect as a main course or try halving the quantity for a delicious side dish.

Angela Hartnett- Cauliflower and chickpea curry

This curry uses inexpensive ingredients and is truly delicious. Serve with basmati rice cooked with ground turmeric and star anise for a quick and tasty mid-week meal.

Alfred Prasad- Monkfish Curry

Monkfish is a meaty fish which can handle Indian spices extremely well. This rich, fragrant curry is perfect for special occasions to wow loved ones.

The Cinnamon Club- Jungle Curry

Everyone loves a good chicken curry and this recipe from The Cinnamon Club is traditional, rustic but most importantly, doesn’t scrimp on the flavour!

Lahor Lamb Biryani

Although a little time consuming, this delicious authentic biryani is packed with whole spices to create a wonderfully aromatic and fragrant dish; definitely worth taking the time to cook!

South Indian pea & mushroom curry

This is a vegetarian curry worth trying either delicious as a main course or wonderful as an accompaniment to other Indian dishes.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *