Making Spice Paste from scratch takes a lot of time, which we know you don't always have. We've expertly blended the spices of all your favourite Indian flavours, so you don't have to!
Pumpkin and Chickpea Korma
Speedy Chicken Tikka Masala
Aubergine Rogan Josh
Jamie Oliver’s delicious tips and tricks will teach you how to bring a little Indian flavour to any occasion. From Lamb Lollipops to Spicy Fried Eggs, give them a try at home and discover your new favourite.
SPICY FRIED EGG
AUBERGINE ROGAN JOSH
CRISPY KORMA SALMON
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Jamie Oliver’s Chicken Tikka Skewers
Replicate the magic heat of a tandoor oven in a regular kitchen pan for juicy chicken with a gorgeous gnarly coating. It’s such a straightforward recipe, with all the flavour coming from the spice paste, while my secret ingredient – pineapple – adds a little sweetness. This method is all about controlled burning, so let the pan do its thing for amazing results.
Jamie Oliver’s Crispy Korma Salmon
If you like salmon, you’ll love this quick and easy recipe – think flaky, juicy flesh kissed with gentle spice and the crispiest skin ever, buddied up with my fail-safe, fluffy coconut rice and refreshing cucumber pickle. Get in!
Jamie Oliver’s Speedy Chicken Tikka Masala
Grilling the thighs gets the chicken nice and gnarly on the outside, creating a contrast to the juicy white centre. Served with a creamy tikka masala sauce using fresh tomatoes, it’s a brilliant midweek curry.
Jamie Oliver’s Pumpkin and Chickpea Korma
This delicious curry can be made with a variety of veg – I’ve gone for roasted pumpkin, chickpeas and frozen spinach, but use whatever you have to hand.
Jamie Oliver’s Aubergine Rogan Josh
Just a handful of ingredients is all it takes to rustle up the most beautiful vegetable curry. All you need is a good, firm aubergine, super-ripe tomatoes, crunchy pistachios, curry paste and some fresh coriander. It’s delicious on its own with rice or poppadoms, but I also love to serve it with a bit of roast chicken or fish. Happy days – what a dish!