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Well it did take 10 years for a first post, so I think the recipe posting might take another 10 years. By that time I wonder whether man might have already visited the moon?

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I live in a rural part of a country that has a population density 5 times less than Spain and I manage to find 99% of the stuff needed. So don’t give up :)

Amazon carry Pataks pastes and delivery is free if the order meets a minimum value ( I use amazon.de and they ship to me free if I spend 39 euro).

 Good luck

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Agree with the others. Freeze it in small freezer boxes.

I think lamb "stock" adds a great depth of flavour to lots of meat dishes, even if the main protein in the final dish isn't actually lamb.

Maybe even use it to replace part of the water in your next batch of base?

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Great looking curry there, lots of gloss. The flavour is just oozing out of my screen :)

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@stinkydave Have you tried Richard's version?


Also tried different vinegars?

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Traditional Indian Recipes / Re: CHICKEN CHETTINAD
« on: June 27, 2019, 09:55 AM »
There is also a recipe for Chettinad in KD's The New Curry Secret.

Our experience was that it was simply too spicy (not too hot, just "too  much going on" with the spices).

Might have to give this one a go :)

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Just Joined? Introduce Yourself / Re: New member from TN
« on: June 08, 2019, 05:14 PM »
Welcome. The best saag paneer recipe I have used was a Steve Paradox with tweaks. Simple and tasty. Will try to look it out.

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I have tried naan on pizza stone. Result wasn't so good. Difficult to get heat from above without cracking the stone. Maybe consider a thick steel plate?

If someone is having "hit and miss" pizzas on a stone, then invest in a cheap infrared thermometer. Check temperature of stone before cooking, and remember which temperature gave the best results.

Overheating a non-stick pan releases the nasty stuff, I wouldn't do it.

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I just put Manchester in to google maps and it’s driveable in 40 hours :) If I leave now I could meet you there on Saturday night :)
There’s an Indian restaurant about 45 mins drive from me. The next nearest is 2.5 hours drive :( 
Thank God for curry forums.

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You're practically local Phil :)

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