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A Nosh Pots Trio

Nosh Pots

Nosh Pots an exciting new range of food snack pots Well look no more! Nosh pots have introduced a delicious range of microwaveable snack pots. All 100% vegetarian and all with that fresh home cooked taste. Our range of delicious pots include: ‘Chilli sin carne‘ made with three types of bean in a rich homemade […]

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Matar Paneer

Matar Paneer originates from north India but is widely eaten all over. Paneer (cottage cheese) is served with peas in a spicy tomato based sauce, nice on its own or served as a separate course of a meal. Serves 4 Ingredients: 250g paneer 1/2 cup frozen peas 1 tin chopped tomatoes 2 medium onions, finely […]

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Quick & Easy Chana Massala

This quick and easy chana massala is wonderfully spicy and very nutritious, makes a quick light lunch or supper. Eat on its own or with a few chapati’s and an ice-cold Cobra. Preparation Time: 5 Minutes Cooking Time: 15 Minutes Serves 2 Ingredients: 400g Pride jumbo boiled chick peas or similar 1 small red onion, […]

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Cumin Chicken

This delicious cumin chicken recipe is simplicity itself and has a deep buttery, nutty & garlicky kick which compliments the plain boiled basmati rice. This makes a wonderful lunch on a summers day in the garden especially when served with a few ice-cold Cobra’s. Preparation Time: 5 Minutes Cooking Time: 45 Minutes Serves 2 Ingredients: […]

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Chicken Bhuna

Chicken Bhuna, this indian restaurant classic is traditionally a dry and delicately spiced dish. There are many variations of this dish and the great thing is you can add what you like to make it suitable to your palate. Makes a wonderful dinner when served with chapatis and pickles. Preparation Time: 15 Minutes Cooking Time: […]

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Creamy Chicken Korma

Chicken Korma,¬†mildly spiced and deliciously creamy seems to be everybody’s favourite curry. Korma is traditionally a mild curry and makes a great partner for hotter dishes such as Jalfrezi. Ideal served with plain boiled rice and chapati’s and the obligatory ice cold bottle of Kingfisher Indian lager. Preparation Time: 15 Minutes Cooking Time: 60 Minutes […]

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