Spicy veggie biryani

Here at The Naughty Cook we love all kinds of Indian recipes with their great range of spices and subtle flavours. And much as we like self-indulgence we also love a good healthy vegetarian dish […]

One-pan Italian chicken and rice

This is another of those dishes that has gone through a considerable amount of trial and error until we have the recipe that you see here.  It’s a subtle but simple dish that’s family friendly […]

Roasted red pepper chicken pasta

This is one of those simple pasta dishes which is full of flavour but dead easy to knock together, especially if you’ve got a food processor handy. Ingredients  8¾ ounces / 250g pasta 1 tablespoon […]

Red lentil fusilli pasta

Fusilli pasta is generally made from wheat flour, but various forms of pasta-substitute made from lentils are now commercially available. These look and cook just like their wheat counterparts but are gluten free and healthier. […]

Tagliatelle

Most closely associated with the Emilia-Romagna and Marche regions of Italy, tagliatelle is one of the many styles of pasta and resembles a length of ribbon in shape, being between 6.5 – 10mm (¼-¾ inch) […]

Chicken adobo

If it wasn’t clear before, it should be becoming pretty clear now, that I watch far too many cookery shows on TV! Rarely a day goes by when I don’t have one playing in the background […]

Three ingredient chorizo pasta

Sometimes, simple really is best and this is one of those recipes I regularly knock up in 10 minutes. I’m not going to try and pitch it as haute cuisine or anything sophisticated but it’s […]

Rice bran oil

Extracted from the hard outer brown layer of the rice husk after it has been chaffed, rice bran oil is notable for both its mild flavour and its high smoke point (232°C / 450°F) which […]

Sriracha chicken noodles

I was given a bottle of sriracha about a year ago as a gift and at the time thought “what do I do with this” as I’d never heard of it before.  Jump forward twelve […]

Pav bhaji

This is a really simple and warming street dish that I first discovered from a vendor on a cool evening on London’s embankment by the river.  I’d never heard of it before but it’s a […]

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