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March 26, 2015, 11:34:19 PM by tehmeh | Views: 197 | Comments: 3
Hey all, this is my first post and I plan to keep this thread updated with my BIR curry attempts.
I've just discovered this forum by chance, and what a great amount of resources and passion!
I grew up on BIR and have developed a huge taste for it, and I've gone all over Europe tasting hundreds of curryhouses.. eventually travelling up and down India to sample everything from street food and home cooking to 5 star restaurants - even taking cookery classes there!
Anyway, I have never been happy with any kind of recipes I found in books or online, but this place looked just the ticket, so I'm approaching the information here with a complete beginner's mind.
Here's my first attempt using the recipes on here.. Taz's base with this passanda recipe, made in bulk by 10x and a few modifications (no sultanas!) and served with this simple pulao rice.
Preparing the breasts (marinaded for 3 days in the fridge)
Making the base! This was really fun, I picked up a nice immersion blender and this really made things easier. Still gave the onions a good chop before just in case. There's a huge amount of this base leftover, which is wonderful .
Cooking the passanda - I made the recipe a little more creamier, more savoury than the one in the link, but it was very good. I used much more of the marinade in the end which turned it more yellow then I'd have liked though.
The final result. Amazing amazing taste. Thanks so much to the guys here for all the info.
Next up I'm reading the Bruce Edwards pdfs, and going to attempt some more dishes soon
Thanks for looking.
March 26, 2015, 09:44:20 PM by SoberRat
Views: 406 | Comments: 14
Here are some photos of my dinner tonight. Chicken tikka dhansak with pilau rice. Very nice indeed. The Mrs had her usual Korma, but she'd eaten it before I could take a picture.
March 25, 2015, 07:50:19 PM by london | Views: 112 | Comments: 2
Gave Andy's Madras recipe a go this evening with a few minor adjustments, less chilli powder and ainseed seeds instead of star anise. Must say I really enjoyed it, nice one Andy.
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