- The new face of Indian food
- Glasgow Currynauts
- What’s the Curry Crisis?
- A Brief History of the Curry House in the UK
The Indian food industry is the beating heart of the multicultural communities of our greatest British cities. The industry provides billions of pounds of investment and thousands of jobs to Britain each year, so we at hungryhouse thought it was high-time we shared with you the stories from the leading Curry connoisseurs and businessmen that are the lifeblood of the industry. Read our features below to find out why Indian food and Britain are so inseparable….
Read our article on how the curry house has evolved in that time.
Read here to see why soon your Chicken Tikka Masala may not be tasting the same as it used to.
You don’t need a cooking talent show to get noticed by ITV Food and Jamie Oliver’s publishers, you just need a great idea. That’s exactly what self professed ‘greedy curry evangelist’ Nisha Katona has, with her vision to help the people of the UK make curry at home as quickly and easily as you would throw together a spag bol.
Read our interview with Indian cooking sensation Nisha Katona to hear about her down-to-earth approach to cooking simple – yet delicious Indian dishes!
1) They’re on a curry mission which is second to ‘naan’ visiting nearly every curry house in Glasgow and beyond, documenting their culinary curry tales on their popular blog TATTGOC (Trampy and the Tramp’s Glasgow of Curry)
Hear from Glasgow’s finest Curry connoisseurs “Trampy and the Tramp” about their love for Scottish Curry and their global exploits in the name of Curry…