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Types of Indian Curry

Types of Indian Curry List There are several different types of Indian curry which many of us are already familiar with. However, for those looking for a recap or for all those curry beginners out there we’ve written a quick overview of the most popular types of Indian curry. 1. Korma Korma is a very […]

Indian Recipes

Indian recipes are not only popular with Indian chefs. Below we’ve taken a look at some great videos from around the internet of well-known chefs attempting (and sometimes succeeding) at cooking common Indian recipes. We hope you enjoy these great videos about Indian cooking which we found entertaining. 1. Gordon Ramsay’s Top 5 Indian Dishes […]

Healthy Indian Food

Healthy Indian food is in abundance which can be observed simply by taking a look at some common ingredients: Lentils Healthy fats Fish Meat Beans Curds Next, we’ll look at these healthy Indian food types and explore a little about why they are so good for us. Lentils The split lentil, called Dal in Indian […]

Indian Food Facts

We’ve prepared a list of 5 Indian food facts for all the curry lovers out there. There are some fascinating discoveries to be made when looking into the history of Indian food. 1. There are three distinct categories of Indian food The first category is Raajsic which means oily and spicy foods. These dishes are […]

Indian Food Recipes

In this roundup post we’re going to take a look at a couple of our own celebrated Indian food recipes by our head chef Ashok Ram. Ashok has created some great recipes just for you. We’ll also highest some great Indian cuisine recipes we’ve found around the internet which may get you in the mood […]

National Curry Week – Top tips from Scotland’s Curry Chef of the Year

National Curry Week Are you joining in the fun of National Curry Week? Follow these top curry cooking tips from Scotland’s Curry Chef of the Year – Ashok Ram of The Radhuni in Loanhead, Midlothian! Use Greek yogurt instead of cream. Greek yogurt (thick, full fat natural yogurt) is excellent at adding texture and creaminess […]

Chicken Hariyali Tikka Recipe

Chicken Hariyali Chicken Hariyali Recipe Preparation time: 10 – 15 minutes Tandoori oven* cooking time: 15 minutes at 160 degrees Oven cooking time: 20 minutes at 150 degrees Serves: 3 people Ingredients Boneless Chicken Breast (500g serving 8 pieces) Salt (1 tea spoon) Garlic & Ginger paste (1 table spoon) Fresh Lemon juice (2 tea spoon) […]

The Radhuni’s Mastery of Indian Spices

Indian Spices When it comes to Indian food, spices are one of the most important ingredients. Without these special zings, the flavour of the food wouldn’t stand out, and that’s why The Radhuni restaurant use spices in a special way, in order to create our award winning Indian dishes. Indian chefs use seasoning in a […]

Lamb Sikandari Recipe by Chef Ashok Ram of The Radhuni

Lamb Sikandari Recipe Here is an exclusive recipe from our Award-winning Chef, Ashok Ram! It is for Lamb Sikandari one of Ashok’s favourite dishes. Slow cooked tender lamb leg marinated with various Indian herbs and spices for 48 hours. Once marinated, it is then roasted in the oven and topped up with a Chickpea Curry. […]

About Meat Products used at The Radhuni

Indian Meat Products You may have heard about the recent news from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on “Food Fraud”, “Lamb being substituted by other meat products”. Sourcing our meat used in our dishes is something we take very seriously at The Radhuni and we would just like to confirm to our diners that whichever […]

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