This isn’t an ad, we just really liked the food and thought we’d share that love of a small local business.

This isn’t an ad, we just really liked the food and thought we’d share that love of a small local business.

The team at My Local Indian were delighted to receive the following recommendation from Lucie at Bright Kitchen Tales, a social media blog across Facebook and Instagram, full of delicious cooking inspiration from Lucie’s kitchen. Definitely worth a follow if you like your social media feed to be full of great food @BrightKitchenTales

Lucie was looking to stock up her freezer with good food in readiness for the arrival of her baby, and chose My Local Indian dishes as they are frozen fresh to retain all the authentic flavour, and are a quick and convenient way of enjoying Indian food at home. Lucie also lives a fair distance from Indian restaurants and takeaways, so having My Local Indian meals in her freezer means that recreating that ‘Indian takeaway treat’ night is as easy as a trip to the kitchen! Here’s what Lucie shared with us and her followers:

“Well, it’s not bought on labour yet but tonight’s spicy supper was all about Indian flavours and if you keep reading there’s a recipe and an independent company recommendation in this post. #supportsmallbusiness

We made a quick samosa chaat up for a swift starter. The pea and potato samosas were cooked in the oven and teamed with crispy chickpeas (flash fried with a sprinkle of curry powder) and crunchy sev. We then dolloped over tamarind chutney, Bombay sandwich chutney and cooling yoghurt before sprinkling with fresh coriander. Yuuuuum!

Then we moved onto the cheaty dinner for the evening. My Local Indian delivered some wonderful frozen meals tonight, ready for our postnatal freezer stash. We couldn’t resist tucking in though. The veggie options chosen were a Vegetable Mango Curry and their Dhal Makhani. Both were bloody good but the dhal stole the show. I could bathe in it and I’d be in heaven.

Living in a village, a takeaway tends to involve a drive to collect so having these in the freezer is ideal. My Local Indian is genuinely local to us but they deliver nationally so I’d happily recommend to anyone in the U.K. (Ed’s a fan of the railway lamb curry for those that eat meat). As an added bonus, the packaging seems to be a cardboard derivative rather than plastic. This isn’t an ad, we just really liked the food and thought we’d share that love of a small local business. Stock up on £40 worth of food and the delivery is free at the moment. We didn’t have them this evening but their kale and onion pakoras are also delicious!”

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