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
Piri Piri Seasoning
Ras el Hanout
Shadow Tribe Hot Chilli Sauce
Sweet Chilli Sauce
Turkey curry powder
Turmeric & Ginger
Here are some of the ways we are using Shadow Tribe hot chilli sauce but we really want to know how you are eating yours! Leave us a message in the comments.
This simple recipe for fish cakes takes on a whole new dimension with the addition of one of our sambals. Make ahead and freeze down or enjoy these exotic beauties straight away.
Use our sambal ulek to bring home the bold flavours of south east Asia in a classic curry dish that can be ready in under 30 minutes.
If you love crystallised ginger try this easy recipe with a little twist to elevate the snack above and beyond store bought fayre.
Moist and very chocolatey, these chilli muffins are absolutely divine, you will wonder how you lived without this recipe once you've tried them!
Meat free Monday returns with a simple, healthy Okra curry from Sri Lanka.
This is so easy yet so bold and warming that it has become a new morning staple here at Parva HQ.
Posh cheese on toast it may be but if you want an easy lunch that will "knock it out the park" try this amazing combination of flavours.
The Persian spice blend Advieh works this dish into an incredibly fragrant and tasty winner. Add some chilli flakes for a heat kick.
This #MeatFreeMonday recipe uses my Caribbean curry power to flavour a lunch time snack. Substitute your favourite curry powder if you don't have Caribbean.
This is an exceptional recipe by the Queen of Curry herself - Madhur Jaffrey. Even hardened carnivores would be wise to give this delicious vegan curry a try!
It takes a little longer to cook than a lot of our curries but with some fresh squid it is well worth the effort.
This recipe is going to take all the stress and hassle out of Boxing Day dinner. It is quick and easy and you can even make the sauce ahead to save even more time.
Spices aren't just for Xmas, they are for life, but as the wintry nights encroach try your hand at the simplest mulled wine recipe and you will always be able to warm the cockles of friends or relatives during the festive period.
An unusual one for meat free Monday - a Sri Lankan egg curry! Can be made as a starter, light lunch or main.
Warm your cockles with these two spicy winter soup recipes from Morocco. One pulse heavy, one squash heavy - both utterly moreish!