In 1809 Sake Dean Mahamet from Bihar in India opened the first Indian Restaurant in Britain at 34 George Street, Portman Square, London. Now some 200 years later curry is claimed to be Britains National dish.
The 10th to 16th October is the 19th National Curry Week.
There are so many different varieties of curry that you could use National Curry Week as an opportunity to explore new recipes. Or why not try a different curry every day this week?
Made from chicken, lamb, beef, fish or vegetables curry comes from a wide range of countries, and each region has a different taste.
Not all curries are hot and spicy. Many good Indian Restaurants provide advice on the best dish to suit individual needs.
If you want to learn how to cook in the authentic style and have fun, go to Maz's Indian Kitchen
Chef Maz Rahman has years of experience and is truly passionate about cooking authentic Indian cuisine.
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So whether you are dining in or out celebrate National Curry Week and don't forget the accompaniments naan bread, chutney, poppadums, rice and a cool beer, or I prefer a glass of delicious red wine!
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Hi! I'm Ann and with my husband John, said 'Farewell' to bestof on 31st July 2017 and are returning to the horticultural trade. Thank you to everyone past and present for reading my blogs.