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Thanks for the quick replies guys
I went half way in the end...... So if we ever meet up I don't want anyone call me ginger.... Honest :-)

Cheers

Steve

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Hi,
I've just followed the Curry2go base gravy recipe on page 37 of Julian's ebook
Followed it to the letter, I have noticed though how he asks for 4 or 5 chunks of root ginger on page 37 but then asks for 3 or 4 chunks of root ginger again in the spices list on the next page page 38!

When you look at the YouTube links for the same recipe he doesn't add the 2 doses of ginger and also adds the palm sugar at the end of cooking(not mentioned in the book)

Is it me being dumb here or a misprint

Cheers

Steve

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Cooking Equipment / Re: Dadibhais Omelette Pans
« on: April 12, 2012, 08:19 PM »
I've made around 8 curries since I got mine and it's great so d
Far looks exactly the same as the above pictures and seasoned the same too
It sure does stink the house out when you season it :)

Hi Currymonster

It certainly does indeed!

Ordered the same pan and a wok of similar material, very pleased with them. However, seasoning caused all sorts of smoke, eye watering, smoke alarms going off...

When you first use the seasoned pans don't forget to cook out some sacrificial ingredients first to remove the remaining seasoning oil such as some sliced onions. When cooked out, thrown them away and wipe the pan clean. Then you should be ready to go.

Good pans though, very pleased with them!

Cheers

Yes I can't believe how good the quality is for such a low price
Thanks for the post seasoning tip, I believe giving the pan a gentle rub with salt before using gives it non stick properties, although not sure why :)

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Lets Talk Curry / Low fat oil
« on: April 12, 2012, 06:51 PM »
Hi,
I'm really concerned about the amount of oil used to create the perfect curry and curry base, but do realise how necessary it is.
I bought some of that Flora Cuisine oil the other day and used it for the first time tonight in a stir fry. I noticed as I was using it just how much it resembled vegetable Gee which I used years ago. I notice per 100ml just how much less calories and saturated fat there is in Flora Cuisine in comparison to Flora Sunflower oil that I normally use in Curry sauce and base.
Has anyone else tried this oil and maybe you have other alternatives you could suggest.  I'm interested in lowering the calories and fat given the amount of curry I like to consume :)

Steve

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Cooking Equipment / Re: Dadibhais Omelette Pans
« on: April 11, 2012, 07:24 PM »
I've made around 8 curries since I got mine and it's great so d
Far looks exactly the same as the above pictures and seasoned the same too
It sure does stink the house out when you season it :)

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Lets Talk Curry / Re: Patak's Vindaloo tinned sauce
« on: April 11, 2012, 07:20 PM »
Yeah I made 12 base sauce portions and I'm down to 2 left now

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Lets Talk Curry / Re: Patak's Vindaloo tinned sauce
« on: April 10, 2012, 10:59 PM »
I dare say there are lots of good recipes on here but this is the first one I tried and to be honest I feel like I hit the jackpot first time with this one
I made it using CA's base sauce too
Very pleased with the results



http://www.curry-recipes.co.uk/curry/index.php?topic=3953.0
Yeah I've tried analysing this thought several times I think maybe many years of eating curry could change your palet and taste buds

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Lets Talk Curry / Re: Patak's Vindaloo tinned sauce
« on: April 10, 2012, 10:45 PM »
I dare say there are lots of good recipes on here but this is the first one I tried and to be honest I feel like I hit the jackpot first time with this one
I made it using CA's base sauce too
Very pleased with the results



http://www.curry-recipes.co.uk/curry/index.php?topic=3953.0

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Lets Talk Curry / Re: Patak's Vindaloo tinned sauce
« on: April 10, 2012, 09:03 PM »
Must admit this WAS the only shop bought curry I thought was any good as well as asda's Vindaloo and chicken in the foil trays
BUT after trying the Vindaloo recipes on here NOTHING compares not even my all time fav restaurant the Barinda in Wilmslow beats CRO's recipes

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Lets Talk Curry / Re: Curry Pan Where Can I buy One?
« on: April 10, 2012, 07:47 PM »
I got this one
Real good quality fast delivery and does the job well indeed
http://www.dadibhais.com/kitchen/cookware/frying-omelette-pans/black-iron-omelette-pans-with-tubular-handles/black-iron-omelette-pan-10-25-5cm.html
Make sure as with all pans you season it first

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