Kim's Curry Club

Welcome to Kim’s Curry Club, follow along as Kim explains how to make home cooked Punjabi food made with love. Honest, local and deliciously wholesome. Preorder takeaways, dinner parties,pop up lunches, business lunches, cookery lessons.

Kim’s Curry Club is the brainchild…or brainfood..! of Kamarjit Kaur Ghali – originally from the Punjab, who became known as ‘Kim’ when English children struggled with her long name.

A Sikh mother of two & retired police officer, Kim was taught to cook by her mum as a child and her ever evolving love of cooking stems from the intrinsic Sikh culture of being ‘born to feed’. Whilst remaining true to her Punjabi roots, Kim also recognises that the traditional use of ghee is not in line with more modern awareness of healthy eating and shows us how to successfully replace it with Rapeseed Oil.

Kim’s enthusiasm for encouraging us away from ‘comfort zone’ eating is matched by the variety of great flavoured dishes she seamlessly prepares with love and a bit of fun thrown in.

Kim's Curry Club - Episode 1 - Chicken Tikka Masala

In this episode of Kim’s Curry Club Kim teaches us how to make the perfect Chicken Tikka Masala at home and how with simple ingredients and fantastic spices you can make a curry that’s every bit as tasty as it is quick and easy to cook. Follow along as she shows you step by step how to make the perfect curry every time, with lots of ...

Kim's Curry Club - Episode 2 - Lamb Rogan Josh

In this episode of Kim’s Curry Club Kim makes a traditional Lamb Rogan Josh. A classic dish from the Kashmiri region this is a firm family favourite and simple to make. Using neck of lamb, and her own freshly ground spices, Kim guides you step by step through this easy recipe to make your very own slow cooked Lamb Rogan Josh. The perfect dish ...

Kim's Curry Club - Episode 3 - Aloo Paratha

The perfect way to start your day, Aloo Paratha is a traditional breakfast dish from the Punjab region. In this episode Kim, from Kim’s Curry Club, shows you how to make this simple and quick bread dish. Using mashed potato, freshly ground spices and cooked in a frying pan this dish can be eaten any time of the day, great for breakfast, great ...