Samosa – Crunchy Restaurant Style

I spent my childhood in Southall and back then, it had three Indian cinemas – The Dominion, The Century and The Liberty. We lived in what was called ‘Old Southall’, close to the Dominion Cinema.  Next door to the cinema was an Indian restaurant called Sagoo & Thakkar which is now known as the Roxy….

Pakora

Crispy gluten free vegetarian fritters A Pakora is the snack you are most likely to be offered when you turn up at a Punjabi family home unannounced.  So easy to throw together, I remember my Mum would have trays of them ready for us if I called her from the motorway to pop in on…

30 minute Masala Wings & Dip

What can I tell you about this recipe apart from it’s quick, easy and so, so delicious, you’ll never make wings any other way. The beauty of this particular dish is you need one set of ingredients for both the wings and the dip and the even better news is that there is…. NO MARINATION…

Masala Beans

Baked beans stir fried in a little spice Masala beans are the most-eaten type of beans in my family. They can be eaten on toast, with an omelette, with roti, you name it they make the perfect accompaniment to any meal. We have had these with sausage and mash, fishfingers, the list is endless. The…

Fish Pakora

Fish in a spiced gram flour batter Crunchy Fish Pakoras go down a treat in my household. They are so easy to pull together and they have a fabulous flavour – the fish coated with the spice mixture is beautiful, firm yet flaky and the coating is crunchy. It’s a really great combination of ingredients….

Special PunjaBee Aloo

Lightly Spiced Crunchy Potatoes These potatoes are magic when cooked as a side or even on their own. So quick and simple to put together. They are great as a side with the Punjabee Tandoori Style Chicken – give them a go, I bet you won’t want potatoes done any other way! Ingredients – serves…

Bees’ Tandoori Style Chicken

Tandoori Style Boneless Chicken Thighs and Drumsticks This dish is a huge success with family and friends. Roasted in the oven it cooks fairly quickly, even the marination period isn’t hours and hours – you can marinate it first thing in the morning and serve it for lunch alongside the really quick Special Punjabee Aloo…