Caribbean curry powder
Ceylon curry powder
East African curry powder
Jaffna Curry Powder
Kashmiri chilli powder
Malawi curry powder
Malaysian Curry Powder
Meal for one
Ras el Hanout
Shadow Tribe Hot Chilli Sauce
Sweet Chilli Sauce
Turkey curry powder
Turmeric & Ginger
This is my favourite beef rendang recipe. I know there are many versions but this one tickles all of my tastebuds! Not a Parva Spice in sight!
Another tasty way to use our Turmeric & Ginger blend, this is a meat free dish bursting with flavour. Pair with a dal, flatbread or rice for a healthy supper.
If you want to make your veg go further during lockdown try experimenting with making some kimchi. It's very easy, very tasty and will give you a fridge full of healthy sides for a good month or so! Today I'm using carrots.
A decadent starter of curried, potted crab that is great for dinner parties or Christmas as you can prepare up to two days ahead.
We're celebrating Great British Pea Week (yes it's a thing) with this tasty relish that elevates the humble seed pod of the
Pisum sativum to a whole new level. Enjoy!
These salads are great 'on the side' dishes for summer BBQs but once you have tried them I'm guessing you may just have them without a BBQ. Zingy, fresh and simple dishes.
We could probably write a book filled with our favourite marinades and sauces for barbecuing, for now here are a handful of spice inspired goodies to get you grilling.
Learn how to make Chinese leaf kimchi with this easy to follow method.
Here is a recipe for making authentic chai at home, including the basic spice blend mix if for some bizarre reason you aren't using Parva Spices Masala Chai spice blend!
A spiced clarified butter used in Ethiopian and Eritrean cuisine, niter kibbeh is easy to make at home if you can't find any in your local speciality store. Try our simple recipe and method to create your own.
You don't need a tandoor to make naan at home. Cinnamon Club chef Vivek Singh has an easy to follow recipe and method to make your own sauce hoover and plate cleaner!
This is so easy yet so bold and warming that it has become a new morning staple here at Parva HQ.