If you would rather be in the kitchen cooking and eating this Halloween than out trick or treating, why not try one our top ten curry ideas for this spooky season? We’ve picked our five favourites and added a few Itihaas specialities as well. So, tantalise those taste buds and browse are delicious
Halloween treats below.
Itihaas’s Halloween Picks
Pumpkin Bud Bhajia – it’s not Halloween without a bit of pumpkin – get the recipe for these pumpkin flower fritters here.
Red Pumpkin Chutney – what better way to use up all the Halloween pumpkin than by making a delicious chutney. Get the recipe here.
Winter Squash Curry – a delicious and warming dish, perfect on a spooky Sunday evening. Get the full recipe here.
If you can’t be bothered to cook this Halloween then why not visit us here at Birmingham’s Best Indian Restaurant for some sinfully delicious dishes…
Paprika Spiced Carrot & Coriander Soup with curried Croutons – a fresh homemade soup with an intense flavour of roasted carrots, paprika and coriander topped with croutons and our secret spices.
Paprika dusted Tempura Cod with Lemon & Coriander Dressing served with Gun Powder Fries (The Indian Cod & Chips) – tangy pieces of cod fish flavoured with ginger garlic, lemon juice, chilli & ajwain in a crispy batter. Served with red chilli potato fritters.
Apple Jalebi & Almond Kulfi – Brambley Apple rings covered in a light golden syrup batter, served with cool & sweet almond infused homemade Indian ice cream.