Not just curries, but also more delicately spiced recipes from Eastern Europe, Thailand and the Caribbean all contribute to a spicy theme.
A meat curry for one? Well, why not? By the time it's cooked, your kitchen will have a marvellous spicy aroma, you'll be ravenous – and you'll really appreciate it.
To make this sauce, you need the other half of the Mixed Double recipe, Cheese and Herb-crusted Cottage Pie, which will provide you with just the right quantity of cooked minced beef.
Children, in particular, seem to enjoy fried chicken and at least if it's home-made, you know what's in it! This easy recipe is bound to become a family favourite.
Whether you're a vegetarian or not, some meals without meat will eventually become a necessity - but that does not mean they can't be just as good, as this proves.
This is Delia's dish of choice when eating in Indian restaurants...try her version for a lovely spicy, rich, oniony beef curry you can easily make at home.
Surely one of the nation's most popular family supper dishes, chilli con carne is a spicy treat, especially if you make Delia's version, with lime, coriander and black beans.
Using smoked pimentón from southern Spain gives this goulash authenticity and a wonderful smoky, spicy flavour: one of Delia's favourite casseroles.
This recipe really does involve cooking chicken with 30 cloves of garlic. If you've never tried it give it a go - the slow cooking breaks down the garlic's strong flavour, making it sweet and mellow.
One of the very best one-pot recipes in the world, this lovely Mediterranean combination of chicken, rice, olives and peppers is given extra kick with the addition of chorizo and paprika.
This is unbelievably easy if you buy ready-cooked chicken. Thinking ahead, too, it's also a great recipe for leftover turkey on Boxing Day.
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