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February 04, 2016, 08:36:01 PM by Curry addict bob
Views: 139 | Comments: 3
Mutton and potatoes balti X 2
One with frozen spinach
One with frozen methi
The spinach just edged it
I just wanted to try this out
The mutton took a good 3 hours
To become tender all spice pre fried then added to mutton and
Slow cooked in a heavy casserole! I don't really have a recipe sorry just make it up as i go along but it was top notch
February 01, 2016, 10:00:59 AM by meggeth | Views: 210 | Comments: 7
Had a curry night for a few friends on Saturday. Didn't have starters, but made onion, tomato and cucumber chutney, yogurt and cucumber chutney, spicy onion and tomato chutney, along with purchased mango and lime pickle (no photos of these, sorry). Bought the pre-made popadoms (don't have a deep fat fryer).
Main meals were chana masala, chicken korma, chicken masala (not tika), lamb jalfrezi and tarka dhal.
I bought a large 3 tray hotplate thing a good few years back which is ideal for keeping the meals hot while you carry on cooking. Plus a small double electric hob from Lidl!
Rice was finished in the oven at around 120oC to keep it warm and loosen it up.
Lot of preparation work and cooking (started at 1pm, finished around 6.30pm), but everyone loved it all!
To finish off, wife made some chocolate brownies which were awesome! Totally stuffed and knackered!
MY home made spatter guard! Obviously no good for gas cooker as it's made out of cardboard!
Chana masala, chicken korma, chicken masala.
Tarka dhal, lamb jalfrezi.
January 31, 2016, 10:18:14 PM by SoberRat
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I made 3 of my own recipes this afternoon, they have been evolving slowly but are now at a level for me that is at least as good as any local restaurant or takeaway. I don't go much for a vindaloo that is just a hot madras, for me it has to have a much stronger flavour, so I actually prefer my vindaloo to any T/a that I've had.
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