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Flavours of India Delicious Slow Cook Recipes Made Simple


A Culinary journey through India’s best known regions

India is home to one of the most exciting and diverse cuisines in the world. From rich, indulgent and spicy to light, delicate and fragrant, the choice is immense. At Patak’s, we are passionate about Indian food and about inspiring you to discover and enjoy the vast array of flavours that the cuisine has to offer. The best way to experience real Indian food is to cook it yourself and cooking Indian food at home needn’t be difficult. That’s why I’ve developed these simple, easy-tofollow recipes that celebrate the diversity of India’s regional cuisine.

Food that has been cooked slowly is wonderfully mellow as all of the rich, exotic flavours of the spices, herbs, meats and other key ingredients have had time to blend and develop.

Over the next few pages you will find irresistible recipe ideas designed for use with your curry cooker – from easy suppers and family meals to rich and sumptuous dishes for evening entertaining.

So, why not bring an exotic taste to your table and enjoy it Indian-style with Patak’s?

Slow Cooking Hints on using your Kenwood Curry Cooker
Hints and tips fordelicious,slow-cooked Indian food
MurghTikka Masala
Murgh Kali Mirch
Keralan Chicken Curry
Goaish Curry
Maas Vindaloo
Punjabi Chole
Lamb Jardaloo Lamb with Apricots
Squash & Butternut Vegetable Balti
Masala Dal Garlic Spiced Lentils
Spicy Mango Salsa
Subzi Pulav
Quick One-Pot Cooking with Patak’s Cooking Sauces
Chicken Mango & Shallot Masala
Hara Bhara Kebab
Gobi Mussallam
Pudhina Pulav
Malai Kulfi Almond and Pistachio Ice Cream

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