- Sliced Onions
- Carom Seeds
- Fresh Chopped Coriander
- Spice Blend
- Medium Chilli Powder
- Rapeseed Oil
- Slice the onions and rub in the salt.
- Leave for 10 minutes.
- Add all the spices.
- Add Besan.
- Mix together lightly and sprinkle water carefully to ensure the mixture does not become lumpy and is just binding consistency.
- Lightly shape with hands dipped in water & fry at 170 C.
- Remove when half done, drain on a paper towel re-fry before serving.
My wife bought the cooking experience as a Christmas gift for us and it was a great gift. We had a really good afternoon at the cookery session.
Anil was such a character he really made the session fun. Such an experienced chef sharing tips and answered lots of questions.
Explained things easily and taught us the basics of good tasting food- the ethos of the restaurant.
Having eaten at the restaurant and had many takeaways it was really good seeing how clean and authentic the dishes were. Lots of easy to follow recipes.
As a confident cook I learnt lots to help improve my cooking.
We made some lovely dishes and enjoyed sitting down to eat everything afterwards too.
Highly recommend this session. Thank you!
We have been visiting Curry on the Curve for 3 years running. Each year our numbers have grown and expectations grow as we tell new members how great the curry is here. Chef Anil never fails to deliver.
Every year the food is excellent, all the group members thoroughly enjoyed their food and the atmosphere, providing us with a great way to end the year and to begin the Christmas season.
Curry on the Curve is a family run restaurant which is clear to see. Food is cooked to order and to individual requirements ensuring that allergies and intolerance needs are met wherever possible. And all curries are cooked to healthy and authentic recipes.
I highly recommend this restaurant and look forward to visiting time and time again.
P.S. The onion bhajis are divine.
This is the 3rd time we have had food from Curry on The Curve
We ordered a week ago, and they had a problem with the online system, as they were not taking orders. The manager emailed us straight away to let us know what was happening, and was on the phone to the company the next day, they were really helpful!
When we queried the problem with the manager, he proceeded to then give us a 10% discount on our next order!
The manager goes above and beyond for his customers!
We ordered today again. and oh my goodness the food was just lush! So flavourful and cooked to perfection!
My partner and I visited the restaurant at the weekend for a special celebration. I was impressed that I was asked when booking and upon arrival if either of us had any allergies that Chef needed to be aware of.
We ordered the poppadom basket, which is always good-especially the home-made chutneys and dips. For dinner, we ordered the bharta (aubergine), rajmah (kidney bean curry), paneer methi and vegetable jalfrezi. Each dish was absolutely sublime and utterly delicious, with an impressive range of whole spices coming through.
We had a long chat with the chef after our meal about the new ‘street food’ menu choices, which we especially enjoyed. Anil certainly knows his onions!
If you have specific dietary needs, or if you are a vegan/ vegetarian, then this is the place for you. The choice is phenomenal and the care to attention is top knot. We recommend C on the C often to our friends, if you have never been, go on and treat yourself. It really is a cut above!