As the days are getting longer and we are seeing more of the sun, fingers crossed it won’t be long until the weather starts to get warmer and we can start to have those outdoor garden parties. After a while, the traditional barbeque food, such as burgers and sausages may start to get boring. One of the nicest things on a summer day is Indian food. The aromatic spices taste even better when you are sat outside, soaking up the sun. However, this might seem unappealing to some due to the spicy flavours and richness of the food, therefore here are some of the perfect variations of famous Indian cuisine, perfect for the spring season.
Sweet Potato and Goats Cheese
The slight variation on a popular Indian dish makes the dish lighter, perfect for a hot day. The creamy goats cheese infused with the sweet potato adds a Western element to the much-loved samosa, making it the perfect alternative on a warm spring night.
Prawns in Tomato and Coconut
Prawns are great for summer as they offer a refreshing taste, taking you to the sunny Spanish beaches. Adding the prawns to the tomato and coconut milk mix offers one of the best curries around, without being to spicy or too heavy for a warm night. Relatively easy to make, it is the perfect dish for a spring dinner party.
This is one of the most popular breakfast dishes and are quite simply dough, with a potato filling. The carbohydrates in the potatoes allows for a filling meal, while the light dough counteracts the heaviness. The mashed potato contains a number of different spices, offering a great flavour and fulfilling meal.
The different spices give a lot of varying flavours. Usually served in a thick gravy, this can be eliminated on a warm night. They are perfect on their own as a snack or with a green salad. When you taste the fish koftas, you will be transported to a sunny city in India.