12:33 06 November 2009
There seems to be a common belief among Brits that we have to go out in order to get a delicious, authentic-tasting curry.
But whether its the neighbourhood Indian restaurant that knows your favourite dish by memory or the local curry house you have on speed dial, theres something that keeps you from trying to prepare the food yourself.
Recent research by food company Sharwoods has revealed the main reason is that people don't know where to where to get the ingredients that make the flavour so alluring and many people believe its a lot more complicated than it really is.
Here's your chance to learn how to make those curries for a fraction of the cost and in no time at all.
Sharwoods Indian Head Chef, Munish Manocha, was born and raised in Delhi. His expertise comes from several years spent backpacking around the most remote corners of India to discover secret cooking methods and recipes plus years as a chef in top restaurants around the world - this has helped him develop some of the UKs most popular cooking sauces.
In the following videos below, he shows how to make a delicious lamb balti or a fragrant pork and spinach biryani, with a few key ingredients and almost no effort at all.
To expand your curry-making skills, check these guides to add two simple, but satisfying, dishes to your culinary repertoire!
For more inspiration in the kitchen, visit www.sharwoods.com.
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