When you need something warm and comforting after a long day, there's nothing like a proper British pie. Nice pie with plenty of tasty Beef cooked in Ale filling encased in a Short Crust pastry. These savoury Beef & Ale pies are a great family meal that can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner served with chips or mashed potato and beans or peas; or even a late night snack. Great while watching the footie.
Spicy stir-fry with Chicken in black bean sauce with peppers and onion. Authentic tasting British style chinese meals ready to heat and on your table in 6 minutes.
Crispy breaded white meat chicken w. bell pepper, onion, carrots, and diced pineapple glazed w. sweet & sour sauce
This British Chinese takeaway inspired Chicken Curry is just what we have all been craving. Out of the blue one night, I really fancied a takeaway style Chinese Curry. What I wanted was a meal that was quick to put together and reminded me of a dish I’d get at my local takeaway. Who’d have thought it could be so hard! Well now all you have to do when you fancy one is reach into the freezer and grab one. Throw it in the microwave and sooner than a delivery you'll be eating Chinese Chicken Curry. Do not forget the rice.
A bhaji is a spicy snack or entree dish similar to a fritter, originating from the Indian subcontinent, with several variants - in this case the most popular, onion. The onions are mixed with flour and spices and then bound together with a dash of water to form a batter. This is then deep fried and the sweetness of the onions combines with the flavour of the spices to form an extremely moreish taste. Try stopping after just one!! Great to serve with a cucumber, yogurt/mint sauce called raita.
A balti or bāltī gosht is a type of meat curry served in a thin, pressed-steel wok called a "balti bowl". It is served in restaurants throughout the United Kingdom. The name may have come from the metal dish in which the curry is cooked,rather than from any specific ingredient or cooking technique. Balti curries are cooked quickly using vegetable oil rather than ghee, over high heat in the manner of a stir-fry, and any meat is used off the bone. This combination differs sharply from a traditional one-pot Indian curry which is simmered slowly all day. Balti sauce is based on garlic and onions, with turmeric and garam masala, among other spices. Balti gosht is eaten in Pakistan and northwestern India, as well as other parts of the world, such as Great Britain.The food seems to have arrived in England in Birmingham in 1971; sources suggest it originates from Baltistan in northern Pakistan.