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October 05, 2015, 09:12:36 PM by curryhell
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Not everybody's cup of tea I know but i had a request for a couple of CTMs from a work colleague who is soon moving on and whom i've worked with for a number of years.  In exchange for these I received a rather lush tart moist lemon drizzle loaf cake.  WOW, this is some cake  :P :P :P
After a long break from the kitchen and cooking curries what better way to ease myself back in than with this dish.   Although this dish is not one i'd ever consider ordering I have tried several over the years just to get an idea of the "ball park" CTM - and what a difference there can be  :o . Anyway, there are plenty of acclaimed recipes out there for enthusiasts to try which don't vary much from the recipe I use so i've no plans currently to post mine.
However, this did provide me with the opportunity to cook and write up my chicken patala recipe which i will post a little later in the week with required porn ;D.  Not a dish i've ever come across in the UK but very common place in the emerald isle.  Whilst similar to a CTM, it is far richer with more tomato flavour, more savoury rather than sweet with a  lovely buttery taste and smell.  More about that later.  Anyway, a pic of my CTM and the infamous patala, which is to be accompanied by my keema rice and a chana masala, which i will post the recipe for if anybody is interested.  Again, I doubt there will be any surprised as to how it is prepared for the old hands  :)


The patala and a  close up

Whilst neither curry appeals to my taste I did add an extra bit of tikka to each to sample my efforts and confess to having cleared up any remaining sauce in the pan after cooking each of them  ::)
October 04, 2015, 08:09:53 AM by Geoffbrick | Views: 499 | Comments: 14

Morning all.
  Have been upgraded to Windows10 from Windows 7,have lost all iTunes and photos for uploading.Has anyone any info on Windows10 or the "knowledge",hope I can get some of photos back from the SD card,some strange system this.
 Help appreciated
   Cheers. Geoffbrick
September 22, 2015, 01:17:05 PM by Naga
Views: 182 | Comments: 2

I was in my local Lidl supermarket a few weeks ago when I spotted some boxed, microwavable Indian meals for sale. I'd never before came across the 'Kohinoor India on a Platter' range, so, at 99p each, I bought one of each: Aloo Saag, Chana Masala and Dal Tadka.

I went for the Aloo Saag for lunch today. I didn't have a high expectations of the meal, but I thought having bought them, I'd better try one! Inside the box is a microwavable pouch. A little tear in the perforated tab and 2 minutes in the microwave produced a decent-looking, aromatic snack for one. Add a small naan and lunch is served!

Hot it was not, but tasty it most definitely was. I was a bit dubious about the amount of gravy, but actually there was a decent amount of potato in there and the sauce was just right for mopping up with the naan.

I've still got the other 2 meals to try, but based on the Aloo Saag, I would buy these again to keep in the cupboard for a quick and tasty lunch.

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