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Offline Madrasandy

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Re: chicken tikka pathia from the takeaway
« Reply #20 on: January 30, 2016, 06:15 AM »
Sounds like a good result, on my to do list once I've made some more base.

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Yep definately worth cooking London, just follow jb's recipe and method

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Re: chicken tikka pathia from the takeaway
« Reply #21 on: February 03, 2016, 08:20 AM »
I made this last night, jb, and my other 2 fellow diners were full of praise for the curry as was I. Simple, straightforward, but very tasty indeed, this recipe definitely makes it to The List! :)


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Re: chicken tikka pathia from the takeaway
« Reply #22 on: February 03, 2016, 06:37 PM »
Glad you enjoyed it too naga, had it twice now, both excellent.

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Re: chicken tikka pathia from the takeaway
« Reply #23 on: February 03, 2016, 06:53 PM »
If you like garlic - and I do! - I highly recommend using a full bulb of garlic, crushed, at the initial stage. It's delicious!

I also meant to say in my last post that I gave the curry for 3 people 2 long, continuous skooshes of lemon dressing - maybe 2 seconds or so per skoosh. Working fine for me.

I have a feeling I'll be making it again this week as very large hints have been dropped about how well king prawns would go with the pathia! :)


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Re: chicken tikka pathia from the takeaway
« Reply #24 on: February 18, 2016, 10:05 PM »
Not as a take-away, but enjoyed sat down, at the 'Red Mango' tonite, in downtown Naaaaaridge.

This is a 're-vamped' modern, all mood lighting etc with more modern Bangra style music (i.e not a Citar being strangled by persons unknown)

Preceded by the obligatory poppadum with lime pickle, mango chutney and finely sliced onion salad.

Then a quick Rashmee kebab, not over spiced, but following talk on here about 'silky' omelette and mint raita it was OK for a change from the norm (butterflied King Prawn)

The Chicken Pathia had a delightful creamed paler sauce defy not sour as prescribed elsewhere in this sub-section, accompanied with a Peshwari naan, Daal Tarka, aloo Gobi saag and a locally produced citrusy pale ale called 'FAKIR' (i kid you not)

First sit down in over a year, would I go back? err.... yes. sorry if this sounds a little/a lot like a newspaper restaurant review, not too sure it should not be in the restaurant review area, but the Pathia beats a Korma!

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Re: chicken tikka pathia from the takeaway
« Reply #25 on: March 16, 2016, 05:44 PM »
JB, I just made this and I think I love you.....  :D

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Re: chicken tikka pathia from the takeaway
« Reply #26 on: August 13, 2016, 10:04 PM »
Had a lamb tikka pathia from my local take away last weekend and so thought I would try this tonight.  All I can say is that it matched the take away version and even my wife said enjoyed it and said she wants it again next weekend.

Thanks JB for a superb post, not just the recipe but the technique too.



 

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