Rachel allen chicken curry recipes

Random Recipes #12 - Round Up

Random Recipes #12 - Round Up

this time from Charlotte over at Charlotte's Kitchen Diary with these really lovely looking Sweetcorn Fritters taken from Entertaining at Home by Rachel Allen
Discovering the BBC Good Food Show

Discovering the BBC Good Food Show

Spotting Rachel Allen was quite a treat, I'm a big fan. Bim recommends that chicken and pork would be great with this sauce

Coconut Chicken Curry

For Rachel Allen’s biscuit recipe click HERE. So without further ado here’s my Coconut Chicken Curry and Jane’s Lazy Biscuits in one fell swoop, in good time for your weekend

Rajasthani chicken curry

Pat the chicken pieces with kitchen paper and sprinkle with salt. Stir for a minute, then add the chicken pieces followed by the tomatoes, sugar and water, and bring to a simmer

Chicken biryani

Recipe taken from Rachel Allen's Easy Meals. Add the chicken pieces and stir-fry for 3 minutes or until the chicken is opaque and cooked through. 4 breasts or thighs of boneless skinless chicken, cut into bite-sized pieces. 800 ml chicken stock

Easy lamb curry with rice

For the curry. 150 ml beef or chicken stock. 1. toast the seeds and cloves in a dry pan for 2-3 minutes on a medium-high heat, then grind them to a powder

Lamb and sweet potato curry

Recipe taken from Rachel Allen's Easy Meals. 500 ml chicken stock. 1. To extract the cardamom seeds from the pods, place the pods on a chopping board, lay the flat side of a large knife over the top and press down to lightly crush

random recipes #30 - the round-up

and now yet another random recipes virgin, this time from Rachel from My Life In Knitwear with a stunning recipe for Chocolate Cupcakes with a Rose Marshmallow topping taken from Sweet Paris by Michael Paul

random recipes #27 round-up

and next is Claire from Under The Blue Gum Tree with an inspirational Cardamom Challah Bread taken from Bread by Rachel Allen

Random Recipes Round Up

the BrownievilleGirl herself made white yeast bread from Bake by Rachel Allen something she hated. so i trod carefully (well, not that carefully) and I didn't want to impose my world domination tactics too early, so it was with a little trepidation that I launched this, my first challenge

random recipes #26 round-up

and so next is Jean from Baking in Franglais with an Afternoon Tea Cake taken from a Rachel Allen recipes found in a pile of clippings and which, as she says, can clearly be eaten at any time of the day