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Today at 06:28:25 AM by curryhell
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Last year I reported the continuing demise of my much loved Elaichi North Indian Special from one of jb’s and my local TA. Sadly, in November it had ceased to exist being replaced by what i can only describe as poor chicken tikka in an orange slop with some chillis and undercooked sliced garlic added, onions and green peppers - gone. It was nothing like in its glory days. A beautiful looking rich red tandoori coloured dish with splashes of green from the coriander and green pepper. Full of tandoori flavour, slightly sour with a hint of sweetness and a strong pepper presence with garlic abounding. An absolute joy to behold before even getting the first spoonful into the mouth. Elaichi NIS – RIP.
It’s been some eight months since i rattled a curry pan and spoon due to work and other interests, although the samosa and bhaji factory has continued production but at a reduced rate. I have had to make do with the fine vindaloo from my local BIR of 25 years. But the only way i was going to re-experience the Elaichi delight was to head off into the kitchen and hope the edge of my curry cooking skills wasn’t totally blunt. The results:
Served in my new balti bucket serving dish which i’ve wanted for so long and could no longer resist, with a plate of my keema rice having found a bargain in tesco’s meat department at the weekend.
A little closer
And for those who prefer the plated article:
It certainly relit my fire and love for the dish and wetted my appetite to get back in the kitchen while i still have some free time. Next up will be my favourite dhall recipe
in prep for tarka dhall followed up by a nice basic channa masala curry. I will then begin my quest to crack my favourite vindaloo dish. I’ve already got a few ideas in mind.
January 26, 2015, 12:30:55 AM by chewytikka
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On the Onion Bhaji theme.
Made a few last night, with traditional Mint sauce and Tamarind dip.
Also cooked a Tandoori Chicken Fillet for later, yum.
The Tandoori Chicken Fillet
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