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Offline chewytikka

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Old School Starter_KP
« on: January 10, 2016, 12:37 PM »
A bit random I know, but I was down at one of my local restaurants early doors.

In the kitchen, chatting with the Tandoori Chef about Pizzas.lol  ;D ;D
when the first customer orders started coming in. “SHOWTIME LADS”

Sitting on the side bench, out of the way, watching the pans and the tikka flying…

Some very creative starters getting knocked up in minutes, I still love watching a good team at work.

The Tandoori chef disappeared into their “walk in fridge” and emerged with a tub of Jumbo Prawns
I said they look bigger 6’s than normal, he nodded in agreement. As he split them and dragged
them through the marinade and skewered them up for the Tandoor,
I thought! I could eat some of those, so I asked him to cook an extra three.

Went through to the front of house and asked the owner(mate) to set me up a table,
as I just fancied this old school starter for tea. They were excellent ;)

Another reason I didn’t have a full meal is, I had prepared everything at home for a Chicken Saagwala later on.
Anyhoo, This starter just hit the spot and took me back a few years.



Later, Saagwala in the pan. nice and dry (Double Portion)



A full bag of fresh Spinach Leaves, wilted down with fresh fried garlic.
Par cooked salad potatoes, fresh green chillies and lemon juice, to spike the creaminess ;)



Chewy's Chicken Saagwala, very tasty supper. ;D
cheers Chewy
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Offline Madrasandy

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Re: Old School Starter_KP
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2016, 01:04 PM »
The stater looks very good indeed, lovely colours and presentation.

Your saagwala looks delicious also, and wouldnt look out of place served after the starter in the restaurant  :)
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Offline Micky Tikka

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Re: Old School Starter_KP
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2016, 01:26 PM »
Presentation as always Chewy

Have you splashed out on a new curry pan   :)


Offline london

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Re: Old School Starter_KP
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2016, 02:22 PM »
The King Prawn dish is right up my street.

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Offline Naga

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Re: Old School Starter_KP
« Reply #4 on: January 10, 2016, 05:23 PM »
Starter and main both look cracking. Very nice! :)


 


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