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July 08, 2016, 08:16:02 PM by jb | Views: 980 | Comments: 14
Had yet another thoroughly enjoyable evening in the takeaway last night.The place seems to be getting busier everytime I visit.Weekends are manic,but even midweek the phone doesn't stop ringing with orders.
As usual I arrived just before the place opened,that way I can see the guys do a lot of the prep work before any customers arrive.I still find it strange how they let me in their kitchen,watching and taking notes whilst they cook.I suppose they know I have a passion for BIR cooking and at the end of the day I still order food from the guys so everyone's happy.
I always take my trusty note book with me,and now I'm beggining to see some of the prep work repeated so I can actually re-check all of my notes to make sure I've missed nothing.This week I helped the Chef make a big batch of massala sauce,my next challenge is to make a smaller scaled down version for home use.The Chef also made a big pot of pilau rice,everything was done by eye but I have to say the rice he made was spot on.
As usual I ordered some food before I left,by now the place had quietened down a bit so the chef invited me to cook my own food while he did some other jobs.It all turned out very nice,indeed the chef tasted and gave his nod of approval.The only thing was the portion sizes I cooked,I literally had trouble pushing the lids on top!! I cooked aloo chat,chicken garam massala,sag aloo and a vegetable rice.....
June 09, 2016, 09:25:42 AM by m0rq
Views: 1097 | Comments: 20
after over a year since I started the curry journey it's time to share some pics of my curries.
I hope the pics resemble the joy I had in making and eating them!
I must say, without giving myself too much praise, that I'm more than content with the outcome of my efforts after more than a year of practicing.
A few friends of mine who know their restaurant curries very well always rate my curries with "restaurant grade", and that makes me very happy.
I started out with CBMs ebooks, and especially his first ebook put me on the track and I cannot recommend it enough to anybody starting making curries.
This forum gave me much more additional insight especially in cooking techniques and variations of the recipes, and encouraged me even more to try my own.
Most of the curries here have been made with CBM Base Gravy No.1 or Taz Base.
I hope you like the look of my curries. Any feedback is very much appreciated!
Jheenga Chili Masala
Chicken Punjabi Masala
Chicken Rogan Josh
Chicken Tikka Masala
June 04, 2016, 10:04:39 PM by SoberRat
Views: 673 | Comments: 8
This one was an experiment. I decided to use all the ingredients of two different curries, a chicken tikka masala and chicken pathia. It turned out really tasty and it's one that I will be refining. I've got no idea what it would be called though. Suggestions welcome.......
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