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5 recipes for an Indian summer

5 recipes for an Indian summer


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We’ve got our fingers firmly crossed that summer isn’t quite over yet! But even if the weather doesn’t hold out, at least we know there’s one surefire way to keep a little sunshine in the kitchen – with a super-fragrant, warming dish that conjures up the flavours of India.

Add some sunshine to dinnertime with this vibrant, turmeric-spiked curry, packed full of cauliflower and chickpeas. The added pineapple gives the dish a lovely sweetness, too.

The simple marinade of garam masala, cumin, smoked paprika, coriander and turmeric really turns up the dial on this baked chicken dish. Serve with flatbreads and a fresh, green salad.

Zingy, fresh and colourful, this shaved carrot salad works well as a refreshing side with spicy lamb dishes, or as a salad in its own right. Serve with yoghurt and a squeeze of lemon for truly tasty results!

A deliciously perfumed budget-friendly fish curry, with fluffy rice and loads of veggies. It’s a curry for all seasons – swap in your favourite veggies to suit the time of year.

Once you master a simple daal recipe, you can explore a whole world of incredible Indian spices. This veggie recipe has a rogan josh base with added mustard seeds and curry leaves – delicious!

For more delicious Indian ideas, check out our collection of gorgeous dishes here.


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