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The only thing I know of that can reliably remove the lingering smell of curry from fabrics, carpets, curtains and the like is an ozone generator, which will oxidise the offending particles. Not cheap, but if SWMBO is complaining you may have no choice ...** Phil.
Quote from: uclown2002 on November 16, 2013, 11:58 AMTonight is CBM's Chicken Bengali Mirch from e-book Vol 2.Anyone tried it yet?Yes, great dish.http://www.curry-recipes.co.uk/curry/index.php/topic,12035.msg96365.html#msg96365Rob
Tonight is CBM's Chicken Bengali Mirch from e-book Vol 2.Anyone tried it yet?
Just curious to know...can a standard frying pan be used? Surely a tawa is just a flat frying pan??Cheers Mike