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This has great potential and I'm eager to give it a go.
It doesn't matter if it's "BIR" or not. I'll make this recipe and try it out. Then, after having made it, I might make comment on the end result and where I am, whether it's "BIR" or not won't matter.This has great potential and I'm eager to give it a go.
I have no issues with it not being BIR; I love traditional/homestyle/whatever you want to call it cooking.My only issue was with it being advertised as BIR, and being something completely different.
... You've said it isn't BIR. Why is it not? Is it just the chicken cooked from raw? Misty Ricardo recently ran a live stream giving similar advice. You could use pre-cooked or cook in the dish.
what exactly makes it not BIR? You've said it isn't BIR. Why is it not?
It's not ... because of the quantity made and the time taken. A true BIR curry, as exemplified in this forum, is a single portion dish able to be cooked in five to ten minutes. Just as in a BIR or takeaway on a busy night. BIR is a term introduced on this forum in its early days and now liberally abused by various Youtube patrons.
when I started eating Indian food in this country, "on the bone" was the norm, with a 50p surcharge for "off the bone" and a further 50p surcharge for breast rather than leg.