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November 21, 2014, 10:13:25 PM by Madrasandy
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Just had a play in the kitchen and made this extra hot Madras, a completely moreish heat infused beautiful curry and h4ppy naan, the Heera Kashmiri Chilli Powder is the best Kashmiri I have bought, very colourful, aroma is 10/10, and it is so moreish. I also added a jigsaw x tmsb chilli, which gives a wonderful slow heat build that lasts for an age, one of my favourite curries this year
Gutted I broke my spoon though
November 20, 2014, 11:07:06 AM by Bengali Bob
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Couple of pics of last night's efforts.
Diet version made with low fat yoghurt. Actually you can see how much oil I've used. In addition there is a good slug of mustard oil and about 2 tbsp of butter ghee. Should get 4-5 portions. Extensive use of European bay here, and dried Habanero chillies (instead of raisins).
November 19, 2014, 11:11:37 AM by Bengali Bob
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Been off for a while, working a lot of late hours. Made a few pots of trad curry/pre-cooks to keep me going. Bought some dried chillies to make flake, and a Katlama from my local Pakistani kebab house (there was a thread on these recently but I can't find it). Hopefully will get onto some more BIR soon, and just must crack on with the elusive chicken feet balti. Making some Salmon shami kebabs tonight; can't wait! Anyway, pics. As always, excuse the mess.
Bhuna chicken (2 kg niblets)
Achari lamb (mutton mix)
Pre-cooked fried garlic
Pre-cooked chicken mince
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