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How to make a great lassi

How to make a great lassi

Authored By Red Rickshaw

the fruit | the dairy | the chill |  the sweetness |the spices | the garnishes Lassi! It's not only a delicious showcase for the best fresh fruit you can get your hands on, it's also, thanks to the cooling dairy effects of yoghurt, the best way to finish off a spicy meal— or maybe you like your lassi so thick and creamy, that it might as well be a meal in itself. We looked through a staggering number of recipes for mango lassi, and rather than picking our favourite, we thought we'd help you create the lassi you want...

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The ultimate Cricket World Cup snack guide

The ultimate Cricket World Cup snack guide

Authored By Red Rickshaw

The sun's coming out, the lawns have been mowed, and Virat Kohli and the Queen have become BFFs for life— it must be the start of the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Whether you're an armchair coach or you just like a good afternoon tea, here's our ultimate guide to what to eat while watching (or holding your face in your hands during) the cricket. Cucumber & Chutney Sandwich I call this one 'the glory supporter'— maybe you're not sure whether you feel like supporting India or England this time, and maybe it depends on what happened in the last innings... here's...

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Don't throw away your old spices

Don't throw away your old spices

Authored By Red Rickshaw

We're probably not the first ones to break this news to you, but here goes: even the best quality turmeric or star anise doesn't last for ever, whether it's sealed in an airtight jar in the safest, driest, darkest recess of your cupboard or not. That's because as spices age, the essential oils that give them fragrance and flavour gradually evaporate, and the spices dry out and lose colour.   But it doesn't take as long as some people think— while your favourite chilli powder will be at its best within 6 months of purchase, most ground and whole spices will...

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Necessity is the mother of invention

Authored By George Hardy
The BBC's Big British Asian Summer has inspired us, so we thought we'd showcase a few culinary symbols of survival, ingenuity and adaptation, in tribute to Asians who have made a new life for themselves in Britain and around the world.
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Time for a cuppa?

Authored By George Hardy
We all love swigging from a strong mug of builder's brew, or pouring a delicate pot of Earl Gray into a milky china cup. But at Red Rickshaw, we don't like to rest on our laurels. Let us show you how far we go to find you great teas.
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