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Thread: The Ultimate Curry Resource

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    Quote Originally Posted by luckywatch View Post
    Firstly I fancied one of those cast iron casserole dishes for ages and thought that the french are taking the piss (as usual) at 160.00 starting price. Anyway did a bit of research and found people raving about the quality of this Chinese copy so got mine for 30.. and its cooks lovely. Nice colour as well and a 2 year warranty. Weighs a tonne.
    The French have some perfectly good specimens at nearer your price range once you keep clear of Le Creuset etc. I think I paid about 35 for mine in a sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlton-Browne View Post
    The French have some perfectly good specimens at nearer your price range once you keep clear of Le Creuset etc. I think I paid about 35 for mine in a sale.
    Sorry only carry proper money on me.

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    Some gorgeous recipes there, Im buying the book "The Curry secret" and will try the South Indian Chilli chicken, I cant wait. Does anybody have a recipe for onion bhajis?

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    Can't believe I missed this thread, love to cook a good curry at home. My focus has tended to be Indian Restaurant style rather than traditional. Cook up a load of base gravy, freezer it down & make individual curries when I want one.

    The last batch of base I made


    Sag Aloo


    Tikka (brilliant flavour & so simple) hardest part is not eating it all before coming dinner


    A Phal I made for my father




    Seem to have lost all the photos of other curries!

    Matt

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    I made the Southern Indian chilli garlich chicken curry, from the book "The Curry Secret by Kris Dhillon" First the basic curry sauce then the actual curry, it was brilliant!

    Cheers for the tips gents.


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    I think I could do with one of these:

    http://www.bbc.com/news/business-39176358

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    Perhaps wear a bib?

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    South Indian Garlic Chilli Chicken 2 day recipe

    Help! I cant find the recipe and am really keen to try it as it has been praised so much. Does anyone have the link?

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    Having made curries for 30 odd years, by far the best are recipes from Al's Kitchen https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC95...BVjfw/featured

    and

    Misty Ricardo https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyx...cZ-Ky_JCJVr9yw

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    Strong recommendation for "Cook with Fem", everything I've tried has been absolutely delicious.

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEJ...jmrgdz3plyh77Q

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    My home made Thai Red Chicken curry including the paste from scratch. Simple, tasty and healthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yumma View Post

    My home made Thai Red Chicken curry including the paste from scratch. Simple, tasty and healthy.
    Looks fantastic, what about a recipe share???

    Enjoy

    Pitch

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    A wee bump for this thread made a few curries before and they were cracking Hooe to find a few more in here

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    I remember a few years ago, someone posted what they said was the ultimate curry recipe. I seem to remember it was lamb or beef, and made in a slow cooker. Does anyone remember it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hogthrob View Post
    I remember a few years ago, someone posted what they said was the ultimate curry recipe. I seem to remember it was lamb or beef, and made in a slow cooker. Does anyone remember it?

    I think you’re referring to Jon’s (b11ocx) beef madras recipe? Page 4 of The Recipe Thread.

    I’ve made it several times and it’s excellent. It’s a bit of an odd recipe in that you think that there’s just way too much in the way of dry spices when you’ve got them all prepared, especially as there are no wet ingredients other than the can of tomatoes and a matchbox sized piece of creamed coconut block.... but it just works out brilliantly. Much of the liquid content comes out if the beef itself.

    Gary
    Last edited by galewis; 10th March 2021 at 15:37.

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    Quote Originally Posted by galewis View Post
    I think you’re referring to Jon’s (b11ocx) beef madras recipe? Page 4 of The Recipe Thread.

    I’ve made it several times and it’s excellent. It’s a bit of an odd recipe in that you think that there’s just way too much in the way of dry spices when you’ve got them all prepared, especially as there’s no wet ingredients other than the can of tomatoes and a matchbox sized piece of creamed coconut block.... but it just works out brilliantly. Much of the liquid content comes out if the beef itself.

    Gary
    That sounds like the one. Thanks!


    Link: https://forum.tz-uk.com/showthread.p...=1#post1019640

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    Started using the Curry guy bible, make a big batch of base sauce then away you go with whatever curry you want.
    The chicken tikka is superb, I use a hot grill but think an air fryer might be better.

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