We are passionate about Indian food and we want to share the secrets of our kitchen with you. We hope that by doing so we will inspire you to explore new curry variations, try tasty twists on familiar dishes and discover ways to make your curry nights into meals to remember.
On every street corner from Mumbai to Punjab, you will find an array of bustling food stalls filling the air with wonderful aromas.
From the streets of Mumbai, Chennai and up to Kolkata, the festival of Holi will spread colour, flavour and fun all over India this March to welcome spring.
Whether you’re vegetarian or just cutting down on meat, Indian spices are the perfect way to add some aromatic flavour to your meat-free meals. After all, India is a veggie’s paradise, with a large percentage of Indians strictly following or regularly enj
The only thing that makes the season more special is sharing treasured recipes and favourite dishes.
Maunika Gowardhan brings the flavours of India to life with Patak’s Spice Pastes
We all know that Patak’s Spice Pastes create authentic and flavourful curries. But did you know that they can also add a twist to your favourite dishes? See how Jamie Oliver uses Patak's pastes to create delicious meals in minutes.
Is Britain a nation of Snappers or Smashers, or are there more unique Pappadum rituals out there?
Each curry is inspired by a different region; Punjab, Kerala and Madras and just 3 Steps can take your on a culinary journey.
We love nothing more than getting the whole family around the table and Naan Bread and Pappadums are sure to get everyone sharing. Discover more fun ways to get the whole family involved.
There is no busier time than back to school. We want to share our secrets to help you to feed your busy family a delicious dinner every night.
We all love curry and there are three main ways to make one (let us know if you can think of any others). This page gives you a brief overview on each method, so have a quick look, then go to our recipe pages and start cooking!
In the lead-up to National Curry Week (October 10th-16th) we wanted to better understand Britain’s love of curry so, we asked which curries you crave most.