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Re: "The curry library"
« Reply #20 on: December 26, 2018, 11:12 AM »
Thanks Phil, much appreciated. just one final question, have you posted any recipes on the forum which you use with your modified KD base?
Not sure, but I have cooked a lot of curries recently so I will write some of them up — all used this base,
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Re: "The curry library"
« Reply #21 on: February 07, 2019, 09:17 PM »
How do you find "My Bombay Kitchen" by King?  I've looked at it before as a possible addition to my own reference library.

I bought “My Bombay Kitchen” specifically because it was Parsi cuisine. I went on a Dhansak bender some years ago and was forever looking for the ultimate recipe and even today if I see a new “Parsi” cookbook I will wait until the wife is not looking and slope off to find the till. It drives her mad.

Like Phil I have never cooked from it but tend to make reference to it now and again. I like the look of the Kichri recipe and often thought of the “Italian eggs” as something worth trialling when we have friends round.


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