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
Bring a touch of Sri Lanka to your dinner table with these easy to make sweet and spiced roti, perfect for sauce laden curries if you are bored of rice.
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!
Bring some Caribbean sunshine into your life with this delicious, mild curry from Trinidad.
A great spicy canape or a lunch time treat, use our sambal hijau to up your sausage roll game.
A quick and simple lunch or slice as discs and serve as canapes, either way these are simple to make and deliciously spiced.
A spicy Ethiopian stew to warm the soul on autumnal evenings. There is a little more elbow grease needed for this one but the effort is worth it, especially if you like hot food.
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!
If you are spending some time making an amazing curry dish don't let the rice side dish let you down. Here are 5 ways to make exceptional rice.
A great curry that you can use our Malaysian curry powder in. A little work will reward you with an amazing recipe that you will keep coming back to.
Use our Turmeric & Ginger infusion with this recipe to create a stunning Sunday lunch centre piece that just so happens to taste amazing as well!
Another spicy soup recipe to add to your autumn / winter repertoire. This is probably my favourite, meaty soup as I usually prefer vegetarian soups.
This is perfect food for Saturday or Sunday mornings when you are up too late for breakfast, too early for lunch and need something to soak up the previous nights excesses.
A re-imagined classic low fat soup for those of us who like to be warmed up properly! The smokey chipotle adds a Mexican twist to an already delicious soup.
Use those neglected spices in your kitchen cupboard to rustle up a very simple, homemade curry powder.
With a little forward planning you can use our sambal hijau to make a refreshing chicken in green masala curry. The mint is refreshing and the coconut milk cuts the heat.Literally a winner, winner, chicken dinner.