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Genuine question to all the experts out there:
There is no reason why you have to have a thin base at home and certainly if you are freezing it then it is better to leave it thick and add water when you are about to use it.
Hi guys,sorry went away for the weekend.The chicken curry was quite simple.A ladle of oil/veg ghee from the tin on the stove.I then added ginger/garlic,salt,mix powder,tomato paste.Cooked that out,added some base and the chicken.It was then cooked for about two minutes on a fairly high bubbling heat.He didn't add any methi by the way.Very simple,and quite important to me,very few ingredients,no pastes or anything so the base was the main thing that went in so it had to be good.PS forgot to mention a little bit of the spiced oil from the top of the gravy was added towards the end of the curry.
Would you mind confirming a full ladle of oil is used in the final curry?