This Indian classic will wow your next dinner guests, but features spices you probably already have in your cupboard. Serves 4
This condiment will add kick to your chicken vindaloo. Moisture will reduce its shelf life, so dry your ginger thoroughly.
This oven-fresh naan is just the trick for soaking up every drop of curry gravy. 40 pieces of naan
Raita can be flavoured with mango or pineapple. This cucumber version is cooling with a warm curry. Serves 2
Pair that rich, curry gravy with a light, fluffy rice. Serves 2
The humble potato stars in this spice-packed side dish.
This simple recipe calls for a pressure cooker, but if you don’t have one you can boil the lentils in an open pot. Add an extra cup of water and soak the lentils for 30–40 minutes before boiling. Serves 2–3
This is one of Chef Rich Francis’ signature dishes. Serves 4
Any fresh berries will work in this sauce for the Medicine Wheel Cured Salmon. Use organic frozen berries if seasonal fruit is unavailable.
Use this crunchy Salmon Crackling to top Chef Rich Francis’ Medicine Wheel Cured Salmon