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Leftover luxury: warm turkey salad with pickled cranberries

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Use up any left-over turkey by tossing together Siúcra’s warm turkey salad with pickled cranberries. This delicious festive salad combines all of the flavours and colours of Christmas with sweet cranberries, pickled with Siúcra Caster Sugar, and sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts and pecans, caramelised using Siúcra Rich Dark Brown Sugar. It is the perfect light meal to serve on St Stephen’s Day after the indulgence of the day before.

Enjoy delicious Indian cuisine in Salthill

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Diners in Salthill and surrounding areas have a new venue when it comes to top quality Indian cuisine -- Falguni Indian restaurant and takeaway has recently opened, offering a delicious mix of classic Indian dishes and regional specialities.  

Authentic Indian dining at Eastern Tandoori

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Galway has always been known for its diversity — a town of exotic sailors and Connemara tribes, this medieval city has been a melting pot for as long as it has existed. We have well established Chinese and Thai restaurants, and more recently some terrific Japanese ones. For fans of Indian food, however, Eastern Tandoori has being offering consistently delicious examples of this varied cuisine to Galway diners for some time now.

Enjoy delicious Indian cuisine in Salthill

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Diners in Salthill and surrounding areas have a new venue when it comes to top quality Indian cuisine — Falguni Indian restaurant and takeaway has recently opened, offering a delicious mix of classic Indian dishes and regional specialities.

Traditional Indian cooking at Kashmir

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Kashmir restaurant is Galway’s oldest Indian restaurant. It was established in 1994 by the Bhan family who named in after their homeland, the beautiful Valley of Kashmir, described by one of the mogul emperors as “paradise on earth”.

Eastern Tandoori, Spanish Parade

Many people think that all Indian food is spicy/hot and full of calories. This can of course be true, but many dishes do not have any chillies whatsoever and those that do can be ordered without them. So never be afraid to try Indian food just because you do not like fiery tastes, talk to the waiter and you will be surprised by the choice available. In fact the dishes I will be mentioning later are all extra mild. With regards to the calories it is true that some dishes are well endowed but there many, such as tandoori dishes, that are cooked without any oil being added. Again talk to the waiter if you are watching the calories and ask for recommendations. If you are a vegetarian you will be well catered for. In fact in India it is more normal to eat vegetable based dishes and I think the menus that you see here in Ireland and the UK were designed to keep us meat eaters happy.

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Pippa Kendrick - Collins

Thursday night is Indian night at the McWilliam

The four-star McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris, has launched an Indian night with a superb menu to suit.

Spice up the New Year by learning how to cook Indian

If you fancy cooking some hot meals in the kitchen to spice up these wintry days, why not look at the Curry and Spice Indian Cookery Classes which start in Galway this month.

Royal Spice for authentic Indian cuisine

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Royal Spice Indian restaurant on Patrick Street, Kilkenny, offers its customers an evening of authentic Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine in a stylish and contemporary setting.

 

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