Hairy bikers chicken tikka recipes

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Curry Night #01 The Hairy Bikers Chicken Tikka Masala review

Curry Night #01 The Hairy Bikers Chicken Tikka Masala review

I started with Hairy Bikers' Chicken Tikka Masala from their Great Curries book. For the chicken. For the chicken
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Curry Night #05 Hairy Biker's Chicken Korma

Curry Night #05 Hairy Biker's Chicken Korma

I had tried the Tikka Masala from the Hairy Bikers Best Curries book as part of my Curry Night series and thought I would try the Korma as it is another British favourite
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#BPBR no. 2 - The Hairy Dieters' Eat For Life

#BPBR no. 2 - The Hairy Dieters' Eat For Life

I have seen a few episodes here and there of the Hairy Bikers, as they are more commonly known, and I felt this book would definitely be worth a try as I couldn't imagine these two guys ever wanting to scrimp on the flavour side of things
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Chilli chocolate pots

Chilli chocolate pots

I used Lindt chocolate for this recipe, which comes from The Hairy Bikers’ Great Curries. It goes really well after a curry – make sure you check out my posts about the Chicken tikka masala and Saag aloo which are also from this great book
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Hairy Bikers Chicken Jalfrezi

Hairy Bikers Chicken Jalfrezi

I am not a connoisseur on chicken jalfrezi as I don't eat that many curries, and if I do I usually go for chicken tikka masala
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Paprika Chicken – Hairy Biker’s Style

Paprika Chicken – Hairy Biker’s Style

In keeping with my healthy theme for January, I thought I’d call upon the help of my old friends the Hairy Bikers and one of their recipes that’s become such a go-to in my kitchen
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Cooking with Quark : Spaghetti Quarkonara

Cooking with Quark : Spaghetti Quarkonara

Hairy Bikers' Pan Haggerty. They sent through everything I'd need to create three dishes, Spaghetti Quarkonara (a low-fat version of spaghetti carbonara), Chicken Tikka and Gnocci with Spinach and Tomato & Basil Quark Sauce
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Chicken tikka masala

For the chicken. re ready to cook the chicken. Thread the chicken pieces on to lightly greased, long metal skewers