Did you know that this week (8th-14th October) is National Curry Week? Neither did I until the lovely people at Patak’s sent me a hamper of Indian food and some curry recipes to try out. I love a good challenge and my husband loves curry so I got cooking. The curry recipes were created by Anjali Pathak, the grand daughter of the Pathak family and I will share them with you on here. I was really pleased with how easy they were to make and they tasted really nice as well. If you have time why not have a go making these yourself?
Apricot Chicken – Indian Style (Khubani Murgh)
This is how it turned out when I made it (but I realised afterwards I had forgotten to add the cream!) It was still delicious though and the apricots added a lovely touch of sweetness to the dish. It is served with rice, Patak’s mini poppadums and mini naan breads.
Creamy Lamb Masala (Malai Gosht)
This is how it turned out.
It was a lovely mild curry which reminded me of a korma but with a bit of a kick to it. I was really pleased with how easy these recipes were to make and will definitely be trying them again.
What are you cooking for National Curry week? Do let me know.
Disclosure: I was sent a hamper of curry ingredients to prepare the recipes but was not told what to write and my opinions are my own. The recipes are Anjali Pathak’s