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Vij's Recipes

This is our favorite restaurant, today he was written up again in the local paper. If you like Indian food, these are some of the best. I have made a couple of these recipes, they look complicated but really are quite simple and the flavours are wonderful.

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I love every recipe from Vij's. I have not tried this one yet but it looked delicious. I reduced the amount of ghee from 5tbsp to 2 1/2. He also uses chicken thighs however, we prefer chicken breats.

Recipe #285528

Serve this with naan or rice. I have reduced the amount of oil from the original recipe. The cooking time does not include the time for the coconut curry as I prepare while the fish is marinating.

Recipe #285536

I have yet to try this one but like for most of Vij's recipes, I reduced the amount of oil.

Recipe #268670

Great tasting pakoras and they look very rustic. I myself use less salt but I will post the recipe as I found it and add my personal changes in brackets. They can be reheated in a 325F oven for about 10-15 minutes if you want to make them in advance. In the fridge they can be kept for 3 days. They can also be frozen and reheated, defrost them first. I like to serve them with thick yogurt, mixed with chopped coriander leaves. Recipe from Vij's restaurant in Vancouver BC.

Recipe #191311

Vij's note: This cauliflower rice pilaf tastes great with raita or plain yogurt as a light meal on its own. Otherwise, it's a great accompaniment to any meat curry. When cutting the cauliflower, use as much of its stalks as possible.

Recipe #259375

Here is another excellent recipe of Vikram Vij from his restaurant Vij's in Vancouver. Lots of flavor but very simple to make. I post it as it is originally, but I did cut down on the salt. The recipe said 1 1/2 tablespoon of salt! I think it was a mistake. I have after making it twice cut it down to 1 1/2 teaspoon. Feel free to use more. If you ever visit Vancouver must go to Vij's!!!

Recipe #188076

My version of Vij's version. I have reduced the amount of oil used. Vij's states this is for 6 I believe it is more for 8.

Recipe #255661

This one is adapted from Vij's restaurant in Vancouver. I have halved the recipe and made a few changes like decreasing the amount of ghee. It is delicious as a side dish or as an appetizer with crackers or chapati. Use Ataulfo mangoes or Hayden mangoes for the best result.

Recipe #253221

This my version of this delicious curry. I have halved the recipe. In the original recipe they also add 3/4 cup of cilantro at the end.

Recipe #253133

This is my version of Vij's recipe. I used half of the ghee and oil recommended and half the garlic.

Recipe #259758

4 Reviews |  By Evie*

From Vij's in Vancouver. Adjust the quantity of cayenne in this recipe according to how much "heat" you prefer. As with most spicy casseroles, the flavours of this curry will improve on standing, but add the fresh coriander just before serving. If cumin seeds are unavailable, substitute an additional 1 tsp. (5 mL) ground cumin. This was one of Mean Chefs recipes which I was lucky enough to adopt, have made it as stated and it is delicious!

Recipe #95373

Another one of Vij's fabulous recipes Allow an extra three hours for marinating.

Recipe #128549

Recipe courtesy of Vikram Vij, Vij's Restaurant, in Vancouver Canada, reported (by Gourmet magazine) to be the best Indian restaurant in North America.

Recipe #85348

This recipe is a signature dish at Vij's Indian restaurant in Vancouver BC. It is one of the best restaurants I have ever eaten at.

Recipe #90127

Recipe from Vij's

Recipe #92427

great simple prawn recipe from Vij's in Vancouver BC

Recipe #90430

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