Category: Najma’s Spice Blends

Najma’s Spice Blends

Kofta Curry

Prep time: 20 mins Cook time: 50 mins Serves 4-5 Ingredients For the Kofta (meatballs) 500g lamb mince 1 onion, diced 1 tsp garlic paste ginger or 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tsp ginger paste or 1” fresh piece, finely minced 1/2 pack Najma’s Kofta Spices 1-2 chillies, finely chopped (optional) Fresh coriander leaves, chopped […]

Mixed Dal Tadka

Tasty yet so simple to prepare, you can use two or more different types of lentils to create this satisfying dish, perfect with either naan, roti or rice. There’s nothing stopping you from just enjoy song a bowlful by itself… I used equal measures of red lentils and Bengal gram lentil. You could opt to […]

Achari Chicken

Good to be back here! It’s a long shift in my kitchen tonight as I prep for a private catering event later today. Christmas parties everywhere! The biriyani masala mix is well under way, wafting its aromas at this rather ungodly hour 😳 While I wait, having of course done all my chopping, I thought […]

My Chicken Curry

I used to love my Mum’s simple chicken curry with its distinctive flavour of green peppers and whole spices. Ironically though, when visiting my parents’ home, Mum would often ask me to make ‘my’ chicken curry to give her respite from her own cooking. Now let’s get this right, my version of chicken curry is based […]

Bombay Potatoes (Aloo)

Bombay Potatoes, likely to have originated in Southern Indian, is a dish which has been adapted more for the British palette. However, I have found the off-the-shelf, watered down version of ‘Bombay Potatoes’ far from palatable. What I have created here is a more intensely flavoursome dish which uses the Eastern Bengali blend of five […]

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