Indian Cuisine is known for its sophisticated and subtle use of many spices and herbs. Indian food consists of some of the most diverse cuisines in the world and is characterized by a wide assortment of dishes and cooking techniques. Many of the Indian Curry recipes that we know and love today here in Britain are adapted from the origional recipes from different regions of India. In fact many traditional Indin Curry Recipes have been so anglisized that they are now almost unrecognisable as traditional Indian Curry Recipes and probably he best known of these is probably Chicken Tikka Masall.
A lot of Indian food is vegetarian. However, the main ingredient of many traditional Indian dishes include chicken, goat, lamb, fish, and other meats.
One of the most popular recipes here on mydish for Indian Curry is this Easy Chicken Curry. However The Ultimate Chicken Korma is also fantastic and not forgetting this Indian Butter Chicken. A great side dish to go with almost and Indian Curry is this delicious and easy to make Saag Aloo. If it is a great recipe for Indian bread to go with your curry then try either this Easy Naan Bread or this Puri Indian Flatbrea.
Most Popular indian recipes
By carol savage
The debate continues over the origins of the balti curry. Whether originating in Northern Pakistan or Birmingham we have a great selection of traditional balti dishes as well as easy to make balti curries using pastes or curry powders.
A beef curry full of flavour which uses lots of spices like garlic, chilli, ginger and garam masala
This is a classic curry dish and famous all over the world. Typically it is rice based and quite dry and may also contain chicken or lamb or fish. This dish is also popular amongst vegetarians as many purely vegetable based versions are also common
This chicken jalfrezi recipie is the perfect way to add some spice to an otherwise very plain and bland diet. If you're looking to sample some classic Asain cuisine, this is the place to start.
By Jail Bird!
Surprisingly quick to prepare and cook, this classic recipie is easy to make and is still very popular with almost all dinner guests.
Classic Indian dishes like this one are a sure-fire way to spice up any dinner party, and not only is it well worth the time it takes to make, but the sauce can be saved and used again!
Fish curry is a popular curry dish served in many homes world wide. Like most curry dishes the variety is quite astounding and many of the characteristics of any particular curry dish tend to be strongly influenced by the regions from which they come
By John H Glen
Garam Masala a blend of spices toasted and ground together. The combination of spices and quantities vary enormously by region and personal preference. Use freshly prepared Garam Masala if you can as it tends to be more aromatic and flavourful.
This recipe is not for the weak hearted. It packs a huge punch, have yoghurt and a good naan bread at the ready.
By Anjali Pathak
Great Pilau Rice has to use good quality rice - try Bismati rice rather than the quick cook kind
If you enjoy a good curry, try this pork curry recipe for a change.
By Pam Canetti
This Prawn curry dish is of Thai origin and has the added ingredients of salmon and butternut squash.
Making a Turkey curry usually involves using cooked meal and adding that to the spice paste which has been cooked previously and then heating through.
By The Saga team
Vegetarian curry is a nourishing and filling meal using aubergine and coriander or Quorn mince.
By Joanna T
Sweet potatoes have become very popular in this country over the past 20 years and this simple recipe is east and quick to prepare.