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Dish Guide for Joypur Bridlington

Joypur Bridlington has provided a useful dish guide.

Whilst most people are familiar with dishes served in Indian restaurants there are occasions when people being introduced would like to know a little about the dishes they ate ordering.

Here at Joypur Bridlington we have provided you with a basic dish guide to the dishes we have on our restaurant and takeaway menus.

We hope this dish guide is of use to you but please feel free to ask one of our experienced members of staff who will be more than happy to go through the dishes we have on offer.

Indian cuisine is the general name for the foods of the Indian subcontinent, popular in many parts of the UK, you will be able to find a vast amount of takeaways and restaurants all over the UK.

This type of cuisine is characterised by the extensive use of various spices, herbs, oil and other vegetables, and sometimes fruits grown in India.

This is just a dish guide as every restaurant and takeaway has their own unique twist on a favourite dish.

Please inform us if you feel any dishes should be added to our dish guide as remember the dish guide is provided with you in mind!

 

CURRY

Curries have a sauce that is of a medium consistency. It is made from a wide, basic range of oriental spices with a rich flavour. This dish could be a good choice for someone new to ordering Indian cuisine from a takeaway or in a restaurant.

MASALA

Masala dish is thoroughly garnished with onions, garlic and tomato and a few selected spices. It is extensively flavoured and palatable to every kind of constitution. This dish has rapidly become a favourite for people ordering Indian food online throughout the UK.

MADRAS

Madras is usually made using hot spices, garlic, onions, tomato puree, herbs and spices. This dish is known to be HOT however the strength will change with the place you’re ordering online from. This is a very well known dish available at most takeaways.

VINDALOO

Vindaloo is a South Indian dish that has a greater proportion of tomato puree & spice which as an end result lends a very fiery taste. Order this dish online with caution due the intensity in its heat. Most Indian restaurants and takeaways will have this dish on their menu.

KORMA

Korma dish is delicately prepared using specially selected spices with yoghurt, coconut cream consisting of a mild creamy texture. This is a good order of choice for customers who like to enjoy eating Indian food but dislike the spice that come with a lot of the other dishes.

BIRYANI

The Pilau rice in Biryani dishes is fried in a special spiced oil and served with a curry sauce. This dish can be served with a choice of chicken, keema, meat etc. Or it can be a good choice for vegetarians.

ROGAN JOSH

This dish is a special preparation of garlic, fried onions, fresh coriander and peppers gives this dish its extremely distinguished taste and consistency. Although a unique dish it can be found in many takeaways and restaurants.

DOPIAZA

Dopiaza dishes are briskly fried fresh onions, black pepper, dhaniya, cinnamon, bay leaf and cardamom. Although this dish can be found in many takeaways and restaurants, this dish is usually ordered by experienced Indian diners because of its very unique taste.

JALFREZI

With spices fried together with capsicum, spring onions, tomatoes, egg and medium spices. This is yet another Indian cuisine dish which is unique in its ingredients and taste for you to experience and enjoy. Many restaurants and takeaways contain this dish on their menu for delivery

DHANSAK

Dhansak dish is of Persian origin and is usually mildly spiced. It is also made with fresh pineapple and is sweet and sour in taste. A dish with these characteristics is surely going to be an interesting meal to order online. Dhansak is usually served with basmati rice

PATHIA

A dish of medium consistency with an extensive use of garlic, onions, tomato puree, red chilli and black peppers Pathia is a dish containing a sour and spicy taste.

KARAHI

This is a type of thick, circular, and deep cooking pot (similar to a wok) used throughout India and Pakistan. Chicken Karahi therefore is a blend of spices and chicken, cooked with onion and tomatoes cooked in a Karahi pot.

BALTI

A Balti is a type of curry cooked in fast time. It is cooked and served up in a dish made of steel. Many restaurants and takeaways serve this dish across the United Kingdom. Balti’s are usually prepared with fresh garlic, ginger, tomatoes, onions, fresh coriander, herbs and a selection of spices. It can usually be made with the usual selections of meat as other curries can.

CHICKEN TIKKA

This starter is made by seasoning the chicken with Tandoori Masala. It is also marinated in yoghurt and traditionally cooked in a Tandoor. Chicken Tikka can often be cooked in curries instead of using the usual chicken, keema, lamb etc. These can usually be ordered either on the bone or off the bone

PAKORA

Pakora’s are usually made using chicken as it is the most popular. The chicken is put in batter and fried until ready to use as a starter or just a snack. However there are a range of recipes which consist of different meats or vegetables as their main ingredient. Fish, Onion and Mushroom pakoras are examples of this

SAMOSAS

Samosas are known as being a good starter to a meal or can be an enjoyable snack. A Samosa recipe can usually find the ingredients: Potato, onion, spices, green chilli, peas and flour. Alternatively non vegetarian samosas can be ordered from most Indian takeaways and restaurants. These usually contain minced lamb together with a selection of vegetables themselves

CHICKEN TIKKA

This starter is made by seasoning the chicken with Tandoori Masala. It is also marinated in yoghurt and traditionally cooked in a Tandoor. Chicken Tikka can often be cooked in curries instead of using the usual chicken, keema, lamb etc. These can usually be ordered either on the bone or off the bone

PAKORA

Pakora’s are usually made using chicken as it is the most popular. The chicken is put in batter and fried until ready to use as a starter or just a snack. However there are a range of recipes which consist of different meats or vegetables as their main ingredient. Fish, Onion and Mushroom pakoras are examples of this

ONION BHAJI

The onion bhaji, in the UK, is usually used as an appetiser or even a snack in a lot of Indian takeaways or restaurants. The main ingredient of onion bhaji is fried onion. A traditional bhaji recipe consists of onions being chopped which is then made into batter using either gram flour or chick peas. Also included are herbs and spices. The bhaji is then fried until ready. Different types of bhaji can also be found such as Potato or Mushroom.

SHAMI KEBAB

Shami Kebab is traditionally made using minced lamb, spices and crushed chickpeas. They are very popular for snacking in India and Pakistan and are usually eaten with chutney after being prepared with raw onion and occasionally lemon juice

SHEEK KEBAB

Sheek kebabs are made of minced meat and grilled on skewers until ready. It is commonly served around the UK with salad and either mint sauce or chutney. It can be served as more of a meal in a naan and can occasionally be prepared using a Tandoor.

PILAU RICE

This rice is prepared using a broth which is seasoned. It can also include a mixture of spice and in some cases cooked with bits of burned onion to get its colour. If you prefer more taste to what boiled rice offers you, then Pilau rice may be for you.

NAAN BREAD

Naan bread is a very popular side to traditional Indian curries that can be ordered online. It can be found in every Indian cuisine menu and comes in different forms such as: Garlic, Keema, Peshwari and Cheese naan.

BOMBAY POTATOES

Bombay potatoes are known as one of the most popular Indian dishes even though they are traditionally used as a side dish. They are simply spiced potatoes that go good together with many different types of curries.

POPADOMS

Popadoms are traditionally used on the side of curry and other Indian dishes. They can also be used as starters with a selection of dips including diced onion, mint sauce or mango chutney.

PARATHA

Paratha is an extremely popular flat bread which is common in Indian and Pakistani cuisine. It is made with cooking oil or ghee and is prepared using a frying pan. Traditionally parathas are made containing boiled vegetables, but can also be made plain or with keema. They are a good side dish for traditional curries or to eat on their own.

ROTI (CHAPATI)

Chapatis, or Rotis, can usually be found as an option to order free with your curry on MyHungryBelly. They are flatbreads that are very popular with UK diners who are ordering in restaurants or takeaways online.