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chewytikka
October 12, 2014, 07:00:28 PM by chewytikka
Views: 376 | Comments: 8

Midnight Snack 15
Big supper treat, Deshi Gosht, Saag Aloo with plenty of garlic and mustard oil and a fennel flavoured Pilau Rice.
Bought a couple of Lamb shoulder fillets, cut into 12 big bite pieces.

Gave it my PC precook, then curried it in medium to hot spiced sauce.
Along side a mild Fennel Pilau and a Garlic/Mustard Saag Aloo.



Complete and satisfying meal served on a modern restaurant platter (Ooh La La) ::)
Flavour guesswork combination, which really worked well on the eating. Nice :P



Very tasty cut of lamb ;)
cheers Chewy
Madrasandy
October 11, 2014, 11:28:22 AM by Madrasandy
Views: 634 | Comments: 17

Jhalfrezi using 1/2 of each of a Carolina Reaper,Trinidad Scorpion, and a Red and green Bhut Jolokia!
It was very very tasty, not as hot as I thought it would be ,but then again will anything after eating the Reaper on its own prior to the curry. Plates were cleaned , nothing left at all , not even a little sample for today. ;)




Naan of Course !!!!
LouP
October 11, 2014, 07:06:38 AM by LouP
Views: 226 | Comments: 4

First base was Zaal to spec (maybe slightly over spiced by my over zealous hands)and the second was Zaal to spec (correct spicing) and 20grams coconut cream and 1.5 cloves garlic tarka added.
new base at the top (slightly lighter)


I then made exact copies of Madras. Weighing everything exactly....
Original (first) base


New (second) base


Photos dont really do them justice(They look gloopy and they weren't)  they were both lovely and smooth. The new base produced a lighter fresher curry and I think I shall stick to that base (with the tweaks)as it hasn't changed it too much, just enough for me.
I did have an epiphany though as I made two curry sauces after.
I usually put my oil, then onion/chilli, then garlic/ginger but with one sauce I fried the chopped garlic in a mini frying pan, put this in the main pan and then did my usual routine and this made a MASSIVE difference. You could taste and smell a hint of nutty sweet garlic in the background and especially this morning when I have tasted it stone cold.
It is a flavour that was definitely in the Madras I ate at the local Indian restaurant last week.
I will be doing that again for sure.
So glad I have sauce left for today:)

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