This was the first dish my mum made me cook on my own. The first time I had a go it turned out OK, but a little too watery and lacking in flavour. Luckily for you, I know what all the mistakes are, having made them all myself over the years! It's not just about throwing spices into your food, it's about how you bring all the ingredients together.
Always think about what you are looking to achieve and work towards it. This is my staple dish - when I have a craving for Indian food (which happens fairly regularly). It's a great one to keep in your recipe book for when you need a healthy Indian food-fix.
Top Tip: If you haven’t got the time to make this in the evening, then you can slow cook it so it’s ready when you get in.
Goes with any side dish, rice, naan, parantha, pilau...
|Typical values*||per Serving|
|of which saturates (g)||4|
|of which sugars (g)||4|