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Offline KINGPRAWNphatia

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Re: red sauce
« Reply #40 on: January 22, 2017, 07:46 PM »

2 tablespoons of Tamarind Concentrate
200 grams of Smooth (Pureed) Mango Chutney 50 grams of Tomato Ketchup
2 tablespoons of Mr Naga Pickle
100ml of Water
1⁄2 teaspoon of Red Colour Powder

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Re: red sauce
« Reply #41 on: January 23, 2017, 12:39 PM »
KPP
Not the Red Sauce the OP was looking for...
This one is for flavouring curries
The original author of this exact recipe you posted, is a cR0 member (Curry Barking Mad) Mick Crawford

He calls it Bengali Tamarind Paste and is in one of his books,
Used in one or more of his Curry Shed Curries.

He posted a video years ago!

https://player.vimeo.com/video/41438126

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Re: red sauce
« Reply #42 on: February 02, 2017, 12:40 PM »
Oh ok,
looks very similar and would seem right with the ingredients........
have to make some and see,have you tried it?

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Re: red sauce
« Reply #43 on: February 03, 2017, 11:21 AM »
is there anything you dont know Chewface?
maybe you could poste the recipe he's looking for as you seem to know what it isn't.........................


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Re: red sauce
« Reply #44 on: February 04, 2017, 12:01 PM »
Just been looking through some old recipes and found this ,I remember asking for the red sauce recipe in a curry house many years ago and the two young waiters that I was asking said that they made it and gave me the recipe , I tried it years ago but it wasnt rite.there is no mention of cooking but it has pastes in it so  I cooked it in a pan,maybe I am doing something wrong or this is not it. This is the recipe to the spelling.

RED SAUCE
green chilli,curriender,mush 2 1/2 spoon big
15 whole garlic
15 whole green chilli
mush ginger 1 spoon big
mush garlic 1 spoon big
tandori paste 3 spoon big
kashmiri mossala 1 1/2 spoon big
half lemon
tomato ketchup 3 tablespoon
mint 1 tablespoon
mr naga 1 tablespoon.

Any ideas ?
Cheers LIGS.

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Re: red sauce
« Reply #45 on: February 23, 2017, 05:22 PM »
My first time on here and this is exactly why I joined - the red sauce that comes with onion bhajis is amazing, and Ligs I think we are possibly talking about the same thing?

In Norfolk it is a thin sauce (sort of milk/single cream consistency I guess?) and a really deep red almost brown colour. The flavour is kind of sour I guess, so I always assumed it was Tamarind, bought a bottle of Maggi Tamarind sauce and it was not the same :( But it always comes with Bhajis.

I'm doing a curry feast for friends at the weekend so will try to give one of these recipes a try! Chewytikka, you posted some photos of your onion bhajis with a raita and tamarind sauce I think, and I wondered what the recipe was for the tamarind sauce? It looked like a similar consistency and I wondered if it was the same but at the BIR they add in some food colouring?  :-\

Anyway, thanks for all the information, you guys are legends!  ;D


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Re: red sauce
« Reply #46 on: February 23, 2017, 08:35 PM »
To LeafMonkey, I too am in Nelson's County, and am pretty sure that the red sauce, round-'ere has a most deleterious effect on my digestion...... dunno whats in it, I just don't touch it.



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Re: red sauce
« Reply #47 on: February 23, 2017, 08:53 PM »
i could drink it in pints

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Re: red sauce
« Reply #48 on: February 23, 2017, 09:05 PM »
In Norfolk it is a thin sauce (sort of milk/single cream consistency I guess?) and a really deep red almost brown colour. The flavour is kind of sour I guess, so I always assumed it was Tamarind, bought a bottle of Maggi Tamarind sauce and it was not the same :( But it always comes with Bhajis.

You've described imli sauce which is a traditional sauce served with samosas and the like. Google imli sauce and you'll find loads of variations, but in essence it's tamarind blended with raisins. The colour isn't necessarily much of a hint as that can and often will be achieved with added food colouring.
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Re: red sauce
« Reply #49 on: February 23, 2017, 09:22 PM »
RED SAUCE
green chilli,curriender,mush 2 1/2 spoon big
15 whole garlic
15 whole green chilli
mush ginger 1 spoon big
mush garlic 1 spoon big
tandori paste 3 spoon big
kashmiri mossala 1 1/2 spoon big
half lemon
tomato ketchup 3 tablespoon
mint 1 tablespoon
mr naga 1 tablespoon.

Any ideas ?
Cheers LIGS.

LIGS that looks like a tandoori marinade. It's a fairly standard recipe including the usual Patak's (or equivalent) tandoori and kashmiri pastes. It looks a bit heavy on the chilli components though. You just blend it all together and marinate the chicken in it for a few hours, then grill/barbecue/rotisserie cook it.

Is that what you were asking?
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