48 Hour Mutton
It’s fair to say that most Brits only ever have Indian food at a restaurant or from a takeaway. There’s kind of a stigma that homemade Indian food is just too hard to make, or that it’ll never be quite as good as “the real deal”.
Believe me, that’s not the case. With just a tiny bit of investment in some new ingredients and patience to learn some new techniques, you can be cooking Indian food at home that’s actually better than most bog standard takeaways.
Homemade food is not only way cheaper than eating out or ordering in, it also gives you more control over what you’re eating. This could mean cooking with a little bit less oil or making a healthier version of a Korma with less cream and no added sugar.
My homemade food recipes are clear, concise and really easy to follow - the simplest way to cook tasty, authentic, homemade Indian food.