Methi Roti is a delicious tasty product, traditionally eaten at breakfast with pickles, chutney and seasoned yoghurt (Raita). It can also be enjoyed on its own or as an accompaniment to curries, kebabs and a wide variety of dishes.
An exotic dish from the northern region of India. Roasted to enhance the flavours, the aubergines are mashed with ginger, chillies and mixed spices. Serve as a main dish or a side dish with naan bread or chapattis.
Stuffed curried Patra leaves are a Gujurati speciality dish. The Patra leaves are stuffed with a spicy mixture of gram flour, tamarind and spices to make a rich and delicious vegetarian starter or snack - but you need to know how to serve this!
A North Indian preparation of potatoes and chickpeas in a spicy hot sauce. A mouth watering delicacy, Aloo Chole is a common North Indian dish highly acclaimed as an accompaniment to chapatis and puris. It's a masterly combination of potatoes and chickpeas in a spiced hot sauce for a rich taste with a final tangy touch
Dal Makhani is a traditional slow cooked, rich curry with black gram and red kidney beans. This medium hot dish has black gram and tomatoes blended into a thick richly spiced butter sauce, slowly cooked to produce a perfect melting taste. Ideally served as a main dish with jeera rice, naan bread or chapatti. Or serve as a side dish accompaniment to an Indian meal.
Tadka Dal is a preparation of lentils tempered with Indian spices. A speciality of North India, this scrumptious preparation can be savoured with either freshly made hot Indian bread, naan or rice. Lentils are a favourite among Indians and they include it in nearly every meal they eat