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Just Joined? Introduce Yourself / Re: Hi all
« on: August 23, 2020, 06:37 PM »
Agree with your findings with Syed and Dhillon amazing how both methods are light on spices and simple its easy to wreck a curry with overspicing

Either you are not able to follow a recipe or you dont want to.
I have produced very good currys following Syeds instructions.
Quite how you produced a curry with all that oil then photographing it makes me wonder if its a wind up

Spices / Re: Red Chilli Powder
« on: June 23, 2020, 07:24 AM »
Kashmiri chilli powder
If you go back 20 or 30 years in the UK there was no mention by any chefs of its use ..
It is used as a must have by modern trendy chefs copying each other even famous ones as well.
Most of the kashmiri powder has colours added to dump off iffy powder.
If there is a Kashmiri chilli it should all taste the same and they should look the same but they do not.
Having grown many varieties of chillis over 55 years I doubt that a Kashmiri chilli as a sub species exists.
Paprika too is a market where all sorts of crap are is added
The best is sourced from Hungary and well worth getting.".caviat emptor" as the educated say

Curry Base Chat / Re: Syed base gravy
« on: June 18, 2020, 03:26 PM »
Much better base and results than from those who harvested recipes from this and other forums now claiming to be curry Gods

Starters and Side Dishes Chat / Syeds tadka dahl
« on: June 18, 2020, 12:44 PM »
Tried this yesterday absolute bir the ajwain completes the taste bomb.
Only addition was lemon juice freshly scrumped from my lemon tree.
A sure winner and go to from now on thanks Syed

Hi Syed
Good to see you still here, your obviously very busy and finding your way forward with the videos of which I have no issues .
You will get better as you progress everyone has to learn.
Again thank you for the recipes and tips stay safe

Hi jb.
Syed was a head chef for 8 years and is now living in the Scottish highlands
He because of covid is offering his knowledge via online media and I believe one day will write a book
He gets my support for the results I am getting
He is very busy and will participate here when he finds the time

Cooked Syeds onion bargee today following the recipe to the word.....heaven.....true bir .
If any of you on this forum appreciate his efforts can you support him on whatever media you use as I believe he deserves it and will be appreciate it.

Donald brasco.
This heating /frying or cooking of spices , could it be as simple as getting rid of the dampness ? 
Spices are purchased in 25 kg bags decanted into containers lurking around in kitchens for who knows how long.
Easy way to get back to factory settings and freshness

The answer is I dont know or would I ask such a question, which I feel would be ill-mannered .
If the forum owner wants to ask thats their choice.
I am grateful for the recipes given free ( with plenty of commercial secrets) which I transcribe for safekeeping in case youtube or this forum ever crashes forever

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