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Offline Jethro

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A Balti serving tip.
« on: November 28, 2007, 07:11 PM »
Inspired by a mention of sizzling balti bowls in another thread I though I would pass on this little tip.
Cook your preferred curry and keep warm in the oven.
Take your balti bowls and put them directly on gas rings on the cooker.
Heat them as hot as you dare!!!
Now, (and this bit is probably best done by two people), when you deem the bowls hot enough, put a couple of teaspoons of lemon juice/water mixture into each bowl and then spoon in each portion of curry as quickly as possible into the balti bowls.
Now the really important bit, rush it to the table as soon as possible because the sizzling effect does not last very long.

Now the boring elf and safety bit, those bowls are going to be bloody hot, take precautions, also use the proper wood blocks to go under the bowls or say goodbye to the finish on your best dining table!   ;D :o :P
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