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Tandoori Chicken Salad

I don’t post many salad recipes as I live alone and I’m not a big fan of salads so most would go to waste if I were to make them. This one is different, it is so so tasty and healthy which is great. I made a lovely mint and Greek yoghurt dressing to go […]

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Onion Bhajis (gluten free)

These are so expensive from Indian restaurants and takeaways. I never understood why cause in fairness it’s an onion in a few spices and some gram flour and cost so little to make. You will easily make them at home yourself for less than €1. They are really quick to make too which is great. […]

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Garlic, Onion and Coriander Naan Bread

Once you try homemade naan bread you will never eat the packet rubbish again. You simply can’t compare the two. This may seem complicated and difficult to make but it really isn’t. It doesn’t take long apart from time to prove but in fairness you don’t have to do anything but leave it sit in […]

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Butter Chicken (murgh makhani)

Simple to make yet one of the nicest curries you will ever eat, butter chicken is one all the family can enjoy due to its mild creamy sauce. You can up the heat by adding a little extra chilli powder or more cayenne pepper. I served mine with homemade naan bread which is so much […]

Cailiflower and Sweet Potato Cakes

Cauliflower & Sweet Potato Cakes

So here it is, my very first recipe on BiaMaith.ie. I am not a chef but as a mum of three very young kids and a hungry husband, I often feel like I spend half my life wondering what to make for dinner. This week cauliflower & sweet potatoes were on offer in one of the […]

Lamb Rogan Josh

Lamb Rogan Josh

This curry is really simple to make so please don’t feel daunted by all the ingredients. Make sure you marinade the lamb the night before to get the best flavor. It really does make a big difference Take your time and follow the simple method to make it for your friends and family, I guarantee, […]

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Bombay Aloo

This simple Indian side dish can also be served as a main course when you add cauliflower and peppers to make it a bit more substantial. It is the perfect side dish to any curry especially if making a meal for friends where you are making a couple of different curries.

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