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Messages - martinvic

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I think that I share Bob & Hugo's confusion.  When I first saw your photographs, Robbo, I assumed that you were seeking to emulate something that Achmal / Taz / Mick had shared early on in this life of the documentation of this base, but when I looked back at the original recipe, I saw nothing resembling your reduction.  Could you please clarify from where you got the idea that the base had to be reduced to this consistency ?
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** Phil.
I'll repeat the picture shows him making the curry, possibly first reduction of the base and other ingredients. No idea what his actual base looks like as it's not shown.

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I believe that's the start of the curry (reduced base), not the base gravy itself.

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Lets Talk Curry / Re: Lamb bhuna
« on: November 05, 2020, 11:23 PM »
I've got lazy lately, and haven't made a base in a while. So I tried using a cheapo jar of Lidl Korma sauce, watered down, as a base gravy. As it's lightly spiced I thought it was the best one to try, and have had reasonable results making different curries with it. Not to everybodies taste I know, but worth a go if desperate.

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Just Joined? Introduce Yourself / Re: Hello
« on: June 20, 2020, 12:23 PM »
Yep Mom with a short 'o', short for Mommy. When younger we could never understand the use of Mummy, that was a creature wrapped in bandages from horror films.  :wink:

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Just Joined? Introduce Yourself / Re: Hello
« on: June 19, 2020, 11:41 PM »
Now how did you know he was a fellow American, Rob-1 ?  Not his use of "mom" by any chance ?!

Mom is widely used around Brum/West Midlands, so not sure what you mean.
So much so, we always moan about not getting greetings cards with it on anymore. All seem to say Mum these days.

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Not really BIR is it?

It's obviously not a single-dish typical BIR curry, no. I think it's more like a staff curry.

Doesn't he even state at the start that it's a home style curry

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The electric one is cool Romain.  2800W plugged into a standard domestic 230V outlet would be a good way to form a bulk buying relationship with your local fuse merchant, or at least to upgrade your home heating to a cozy

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Can we get the spelling of Lichfield right, as it's my home town.  :wink:

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