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Another one to wet your appetite guys..enjoy...ottis....and the beat goes on

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Dde5jbmoSs

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Sorry guys i've just stumbled on to this guys page on youtube..some interesting things on it that i haven't seen before....an unusual way of making garlic and ginger paste

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nrca3ZcY_KQ

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British Indian Restaurant Recipes - Main Dishes / Butter chicken
« on: March 04, 2014, 03:46 PM »
Never seen it made this way before, looks more like a korma..still looks tasty tho...ottis

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL68dl8ifJs

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Tikka looks amazing and succulent...for me maybe just a bit overdone..but honestly the best i've seen on here by far...looks different from the red tikka you normally get...think i prefer it that way..ottis

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Hi guys, anyone tried this base, if so is it any good..Looks a lot different from any base sauce i've seen on here..I'm tempted to try it..Might send away for the Ebook he has...At ?2.50 i suppose its no great loss...Thanks guys ...Ottis....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5qgsGbvuo0

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Pictures of Your Curries / Re: Onion bhajis
« on: January 31, 2014, 07:07 AM »
I thought this was an usual way of making them..remind me more of the ones you find in Morrisons..Never seen them made this way before..they look real tasty..ottis..


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fk3S3_3gXMQ

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Curry Base Chat / Re: KD2 base
« on: January 17, 2014, 08:36 PM »
I don't really understand Curryhells warning against the Glasgow base, as, having made it half a dozen times now, I find it gives me a very similar dish to the SNS/Saffron base, but is just a little sweeter, richer tasting and most importantly, very consistent.
I found the Zaal and a few other bases to be very different to my "Southern" tastes, than the Glasgow base has been.
My comment was not meant as a warning, more of a heads up.  I know some of our curry heads on the site north of the border have found curry nirvana with this base, which is a fantastic result for them.  For those seeking the unique "glasgow" curry taste, this base from what i've read seems hits the mark.  But for some of us, who seek a different taste, it may be a little off the mark.  The majority of restaurants that i frequent cook in the traditional BIR style with the different flavours being created from the added ingredients rather than having the "one pot"  finished curry and just changing the flavours slightly.  Will be interesting to hear others views.
..Hi curryhell i just wanted to say ive already tried this base and is very reminiscent in taste to what i'm use to in Manchester.. to date it's the closest i've tried..you mentioned about a one pot curry but if you look at the ingredients i think you are way of the mark..you have to remember there is more than one way to make a curry...As i said there is nothing in the recipe to suggest a one pot finished curry..below is the recipe...to me this base is the blank canvas and there is no end to the currys it will produce..The currys themselves are not made by Glaswegians but Indian chefs and just happen to work in Glasgow..Cheers pal ..ottis....http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8D7tAuZt8Iw




5 KILLO ONIONS
300 ML VEGETABLE OIL..DON'T ADD TOO MUCH
1 TSP CUMIN SEEDS
1 TABLE SPOON SALT
1 LEVEL CHEF SPOON TURMERIC....
1 TSP GARAM MASALA
1 TSP TSP CHILLI POWDER
30 GRAMS COCONUT CREAM
1 TABEL SPOON TOMATO PUREE
WATER 3/4 WAY UP POT

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Curry Videos / Re: 24 minute BIR video
« on: January 09, 2014, 11:04 AM »
The way i see it Phil,, not unless you are working on a day to day basis in that kind of environment we will never obtain these skills or have the ability to cook like these guys..We can impress our friends to no end but that's about it..It's in their blood not ours..This is just my opinion of the whole BIR debacle..I've heard there's another site for Indians trying to find out how British people get that chip shop flavour, but to be honest they will never be as good as us..lol.. It's in our blood ....ottis

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Curry Videos / Re: 24 minute BIR video
« on: January 09, 2014, 10:32 AM »
And we wonder why we can't that BIR flavour..I've read countless post from members saying they can't get currys to taste the same as their takeaway..well have a look at this video and you will see the reason why..ottis

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Lets Talk Curry / Re: Balti e-book
« on: January 08, 2014, 03:57 PM »
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