Seriously, it’s so easy I’m not even going to give proper instructions. I never follow a recipe to the letter myself so get creative, give it a go and let me know how it tastes!

Throw some spices in a pan (I recommend cumin, coriander, tumeric and/or garam masala).

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Add some fresh sliced chillies (I use mild if the curry will be for Mushroom too), chopped (or minced) garlic and onions with a little vegetable oil and fry until it smells good.

Add some veg. We used Okra, aubergine (cubed) and chickpeas (if you’re using tinned chickpeas, add them at the end). Stir in a little tomato puree (or paste. Sometimes we use Sacla’s sun-dried tomato paste)

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Not sure about okra? Ours ┬ácame from the freezer aisle…

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It loses a bit of bite but still tastes great.

Add a tin of chopped tomatoes (or if you can be bothered to boil, peel and chop them yourself, do. I’d add a bit of salt if you do this but that’s just me):

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Leave on a low heat, stirring occasionally for at least 20 minutes. Longer is good.

If you prefer a slightly creamy curry, add some milk or yogurt just before serving. Stir through…

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Serve warm with rice or naan. That’s it! Told you it was easy.