Ben Ebbrell

Curry Nights In
  • Curry Nights In

  • Curry Night In is the ninth and final chapter from The Sorted Crew's new cookbook, Food with Friends.

    Get 'curried away' with this chapter devoted to the nation's favourite takeaway dish! From cheap and easy recipes that will be quicker than a takeaway delivery to our 'Indian banquet' options, make sure to remember that all of these dishes will taste infinitely better with an ice-cold beer! Recipes include: Chicken Pasanda, Lamb Rogan Josh, Fish and Red Lentil Curry, Paneer and Pea Curry and Mushroom Rice.

    Food with Friends is the second cookbook from The Sorted Crew, with recipes by Ben Ebbrell. It's the ultimate guide for entertaining friends in a fun and fuss-free way, from romantic suppers and family barbecues to curry nights for hungry hordes. Whether you're cooking for two or twenty, Food with Friends by The Sorted Crew is THE book for easy entertaining.


    The Sorted Crew came together in their university holidays, sharing their cooking highs and lows with each other in the pub. Headed up by Ben Ebbrell and Barry Taylor, this original group of 8 mates with an interest in food has now grown into a highly engaged online community of hundreds of thousands, that works together to get food challenges sorted. The SortedFood video recipes on YouTube now get millions of views every month. They self-published two recipe books, A Recipe for Student Survival and A Rookie's Guide to Crackin' Cooking, and Beginners... Get Sorted was their first book with Penguin.

Ben Ebbrell and Barry Taylor head up The Sorted Crew, a group of childhood friends who got together during their university holidays to share anecdotes, assumptions and problems that they were each facing during their first year away from home. After mocking each other's laughable set of domestic skills in the kitchen, Ben decided to help them out with recipe ideas and 'Sorted' was the result. With Ben cooking and Barry taking photographs and using his design skills, the crew set themselves up on YouTube to upload filmed recipes, and these SortedFood video recipes now get millions of views every month. They have self-published two recipe books, A Recipe for Student Survival and A Rookie's Guide to Crackin' Cooking, and Beginners . . . Get Sorted was their first book with Penguin.