Ginger Cocktail

August 16, 2015 by Ben Parsons

Fresh Ginger – Summer Cocktails

Some of the recipes included within our subscription require fresh ginger, the sun has been out here at Flavour Delivered HQ and we decided to use up some surplus ginger in the best way… cocktails! Here are a couple of recipes to easily follow to use up any spare ginger (and gin). Enjoy responsibly.  …

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Indian Beer Guide. Best beers in India.

June 23, 2015 by Ben Parsons

The Best Indian Beers – A Quick Guide.

We’ll start this blog post with a disclaimer – here at FlavourDelivered we would always encourage drinking beer responsibly. I mean, we personally also enjoy a good glass of wine or a even cheeky gin in an evening. However it is quite the British tradition to have a nice cool beer with a curry and so we…

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Fried Pineapple served with Natural Yoghurt

June 7, 2015 by Ben Parsons

Fried-Pineapple Recipe – Summer Freshness.

It’s summer here at FlavourDelivered HQ and we thought we would share this super easy and refreshing recipe that we trialled incorporating everyone’s favourite summer fruit – pineapple. This may not be strictly-traditional Indian, it is however a super quick treat for the end of any rich meal maintaining that exotic theme; fresh pineapple fried in butter, brown sugar…

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April 7, 2015 by Ben Parsons

Full-Flavoured Coconut Ladoos

Coconut Ladoos are a traditional Indian sweet desert-snack. These treat are usually made for festivals or religious ceremonies however, being super easy to make and loved by everyone, they make an excellent desert come snack. I love them too much, especially when made like this, to save them for a special occasion! Try out my recipe for…

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April 6, 2015 by Ben Parsons

Sweet Treats Alert! Delicious Indian Carrot Burfi Recipe (aka the sweet carrot fudge)

Carrot Burfi (or what we have dubbed a carrot fudge) is a classic Indian sweet made from a mixture of carrot and milk, yes I am writing it correctly – carrots (trust me on it and follow the recipe). Typically, Indian meals do not have a dessert to end a meal like we are accustomed too…

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