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Curry Base Chat / Re: h4ppyleader secret base and spiced oil revealed
« on: February 04, 2020, 06:29 PM »
ahh thanks Phil

Only three weeks behind now lol.
Nice to see the forum busier again  :cool:

Pictures of Your Curries / Re: Homestyle (staff) chicken bhuna
« on: November 27, 2019, 12:19 PM »
That would be great Romain

Look forward to it

Kind Regards


Pictures of Your Curries / Re: Homestyle (staff) chicken bhuna
« on: November 22, 2019, 12:58 PM »
That looks stunning Romain.
Can you post the recipe please?
Ive been cooking a fair few staff curries of late.
My favourite so far has been the h4ppyleader one from youtube



That looks delicious Naga.
I going to give that one a go with your tweaks next time Im in the kitchen

Talk About Anything Other Than Curry / Re: Roasting coffee
« on: August 23, 2019, 05:33 PM »
I love a good cup of coffee too. Monsooned Malabar is my fave as well. I use waitrose when im passing by. Last time I was in there I bought some MM - about 3 weeks ago. Bought some off Redber not long ago and that was good, also tried some Old Brown Java and I must admit I prefer it to MM but a t£21.75 a kilo which lasts me 2 weeks its not a cheap pastime.

I know this sounds crazy and I know Im going to get some stick over this  but would one of those air fryer gadget things be any good at batch roasting coffee?

I dont even know how they work so I should probably keep my mouth shut!!




Has it opened the door for me to be able to replicate curries from other restaurants I have enjoyed? I am not sure about that.
Has it opened the door for me to be able to replicate gorgeous curries from one particular restaurant that I have loved - ABSOLUTELY YES !!!

Hi Jon

Glad you're having success with JB's most excellent Gravy. I have not used any other recipe since JB posted this!!!

To be honest. I find the spicing subtle enough to make the gravy really versatile for just about any bir dish. You just have to tweak the recipe to allow for that.

Just out of interest, whats the name and location of the restaurant you refer to?



Traditional Indian Recipes / Re: CHICKEN CHETTINAD
« on: July 03, 2019, 02:27 PM »

I know Im stating the obvious but.... I have ruined many a fine curry by adding too much tom puree especially the double concentrated stuff



Hi Guys

I use a spice ball.

Job Done!



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