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Offline Smurfbir

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Re: The Madras 100% Clone (of my local BIR)
« Reply #320 on: March 12, 2019, 08:51 PM »
  :)very pleasantly surprised at how good this curry is, spot on like my BIR and so easy as already had loads if CAs base and MRs precooked chicken, so done in about 15 minutes... Thank you for the recipe!!

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Re: The Madras 100% Clone (of my local BIR)
« Reply #321 on: March 13, 2019, 01:17 PM »
After much research on some of the existing and recommended bases I decided to try Darth's and so far I'm loving it!
It smelt absolutely fantastic and was also incredibly simple to make, the end taste was a neutral base that I believe should go well with any curry. - I will report back on that after the weekend!

I made the following deviations:

  • More or less Halved the recipe (made 2.5 litres which was good enough for my stock pot to handle)
  • Used Rajah Mild Madras curry powder - I didn't want a high level of spice to start with for milder dishes
  • Didn't add any additional chilli powder
  • Used 300ml vegetable oil


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Re: The Madras 100% Clone (of my local BIR)
« Reply #322 on: March 18, 2019, 01:00 PM »
Nice work there, hope you get some good results from the dishes you cook with your base. Good call to keep the spicing mild in the base. I think the worst thing is to have a strong flavoured base.


 


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