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Teach lola how to make a curry

Post by ben_hanscombe » Mon Jun 30, 2014 2:04 pm

Ingredients:

Three big onions
Half a bulb of garlic
A stick of ginger the size of your thumb
One decent-sized cauliflower
Fennel seeds
Cumin seeds
Jalapenos
Garam masala, fenugreek, turmeric
Meat off two chicken thighs
A tube of tomato puree
A big pot of thick natural yoghurt
Two tins of chickpeas
A bag of spinach (or frozen is fine)

How to do it:

Chop up two of the onions in big chunks. Break the cauliflower into florets. Chop the chilli, mince the garlic, grate the ginger. Dice the chicken. Fry it all up. Add a lot of cumin seeds, not as many fennel seeds, and healthy dustings of your other spices. Keep frying until the onion and cauliflower is going soft and the chicken is cooked.

While you're waiting, chop the third onion as small as you can. When the stuff in the pan has finished frying, add the tomato puree, stir it all in. Then add the yoghurt, the chickpeas and the finely chopped onion. The onion will pretty much disappear into the sauce, thickening everything nicely.

Cook all this up until the sauce starts to thicken. Boil up some water and overcook the spinach until it's completely soft. Drain it well and tip it into your curry. Stir it in. Serve with rice, possibly with cardamom pods in.
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Post by lolasf » Mon Jun 30, 2014 3:40 pm

Haha, I love you for this. It sounds almost workable.
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Post by Bill Barilko » Mon Jun 30, 2014 4:07 pm

Total crap-but look @ the source.
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Post by lolasf » Mon Jun 30, 2014 4:12 pm

Bill, in addition to being a total racist, you're an annoying asshole.

Did you want to actually add something to the thread, like a recipe or some tips?
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Post by ben_hanscombe » Mon Jun 30, 2014 4:20 pm

I actually wouldn't mind knowing why it's total crap. I'm not precious about my recipes, they can always be improved.

I won't hold my breath, though-look @ the source.

I'm guessing I'm using the wrong chillies or some such that no non-zealot would give a fuck about.
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Post by northern_goddess » Mon Jun 30, 2014 4:59 pm

As I mentioned in the other thread, this recipe is from a Pakistani woman so it is (I assume) a basic pakistani curry. Or her family's version of it. I've posted it here before.

You can use it for either beef or chicken. It will tastes different depending on whether you use beef or chicken and I had no idea it was the same recipe until I finally asked for the recipes and was just given one. For some reason I find that the beef always turns out way hotter than the chicken so I cut back a bit on both the peppers and the cayenne when making the beef. You also need to serve it with raita (I think you do, anyway).

For chicken, I use bone-in thighs and for the beef I simply use stewing beef and cook until tender.

2 TBSP oil on bottom of pot
1 Serrano pepper, diced or substitue with 2 jalapenos (add more if needed - always start with less...add more)
1 whole onion, diced
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1 TBSP of fresh ginger, minced
2 TBSP cayenne pepper
1 Tsp salt

Put all in pot and cook until onions are soft

Add:

1 TBSP curry powder
1 TBSP ground tumeric
1 TBSP ground corriander

Cook until spices start to release.

Add:
1 large can of diced tomatoes with juice from can
6-9 chicken thighs

Simmer in the pot for 45 minutes.
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Post by section8 » Mon Jun 30, 2014 5:20 pm

ben_hanscombe wrote:I actually wouldn't mind knowing why it's total crap. I'm not precious about my recipes, they can always be improved.

I won't hold my breath, though-look @ the source.

I'm guessing I'm using the wrong chillies or some such that no non-zealot would give a fuck about.


I would hold out the yogurt and cauliflower and simmer everything for an hour or two, then add the cauliflower (don't overcook it), and finish it by adding the yogurt. I don't know if that's "correct", but that's the way I would make your recipe. I'd also add some vinegar or lime juice near the end.
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Post by ben_hanscombe » Mon Jun 30, 2014 5:29 pm

Oddly, even though I tend to cook it for a good hour the cauliflower doesn't go too soft. I can't stand overcooked cauliflower; too school dinner.

Good call on the lemon juice; I do add that but forgot it in the recipe. Will try putting the yoghurt in later.
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Post by Lime_Pickle » Mon Jun 30, 2014 5:41 pm

My Sri Lankan prawn curry

In a dessertspoonful of groundnut (peanut) or coconut oil fry a few black cardamon pods, a teaspoon of mustard seeds and a piece of cassia bark until they start popping and giving of their fragrance. Add finely chopped onions, minced garlic, chopped fresh chillies (to taste) and lots of grated fresh ginger (at least 2 inches) and continue frying over a low/medium heat until the onions are soft and golden. Add turmeric (powdered is fine), anise or fennel seeds, fresh curry leaves and and continue to fry. Add a 400ml can of coconut milk and the prawns (raw, deveined) and cook until the prawns are pink and opaque. Add a squeeze of lime juice and more fresh curry leaves. The end.
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Re: Teach lola how to make a curry

Post by section8 » Mon Jun 30, 2014 5:48 pm

ben_hanscombe wrote:Oddly, even though I tend to cook it for a good hour the cauliflower doesn't go too soft. I can't stand overcooked cauliflower; too school dinner.

Good call on the lemon juice; I do add that but forgot it in the recipe. Will try putting the yoghurt in later.


The way you cook yours looked fine to me, to be clear. There was just a couple things I would have done a bit differently.
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Post by Bill Barilko » Mon Jun 30, 2014 5:55 pm

Mush, muck, crud, crap you name it Briddish curry does it all and does it all badly.

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Post by ben_hanscombe » Mon Jun 30, 2014 5:58 pm

You were right, lola, he's got nothing to say.
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Post by veronica_inheels » Mon Jun 30, 2014 10:30 pm

http://www.vegrecipesofindia.com/matar-paneer/

i often make this one and it is delicious.

here is the simplified version:

all you do is blend the ingredients and fry for 10 minutes with spices.
then you add frozen peas and water, cook for 5 minutes.
add cubed paneer and cook for 3 minutes.

serve with rice.
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Post by lolasf » Mon Jun 30, 2014 10:38 pm

I am Learning! I plan to try out some of these recipes next week probably, if it cools down a little bit here.
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Post by myanmarbound » Tue Jul 01, 2014 4:40 am

Lola - how hot do you like your curries? I'll post some recipes I've used over the years, depending on the answer.
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Post by lolasf » Tue Jul 01, 2014 5:19 am

I'm not a huge spicy person, so I like to be able to limit the chili. I also don't eat very much meat (usually only lean options without skin or bone, seafood is good). For those reasons I usually love Thai yellow curry- I also adore lemongrass and ginger and the acidic hit of lime more than I love the sweetness of coconut, but it's all such a balancing act. It's that balance I need to learn, rather than skewing too far towards the things I traditionally like.

Also, potatoes. Love me some carbs.
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Post by ben_hanscombe » Tue Jul 01, 2014 7:02 am

Feel free to replace the chickpeas in my recipe with some potatoes that you've chopped into half-inch cubes and boiled up separately until they're cooked.
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Post by Troll_Handle » Tue Jul 01, 2014 9:39 am

Jerk chicken curry is yummy, plus if you're too lazy to make it properly then you can buy jars of sauce, then you just marinade the meat in sauce for an hour or two, make up veg and meat like normal stir fry, add some wet chicken stock if you fancy a runnier version and serve with rice and peas (kidney beans). Warning though - if the label says to add sparingly, it really means it, fiery stuff'll take your ears off.

If you want to make it properly, then mix the chicken, onions, soy, lime, scotch bonnet chillies, sugar, oil, garlic, ginger, thyme and all spice seasoning and leave to marinade overnight. Then cook with veg, add rice and peas. You can put coconut milk in the rice, but I don't like it.

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Post by lolasf » Tue Jul 01, 2014 3:28 pm

ben_hanscombe wrote:Feel free to replace the chickpeas in my recipe with some potatoes that you've chopped into half-inch cubes and boiled up separately until they're cooked.


I love chickpeas too though, so either works for me. The problem is moderation- I start to think I should add both chickpeas and potatoes, since I like both, and before you know it everything is out of whack and unbalanced again. It's why I like recipes like the ones given here when I start cooking something unfamiliar, so I have a baseline.
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Post by rezuar » Wed Jul 02, 2014 8:49 am

I hate threads like these because I cant get half the ingredients here.
Fenugreek? Lemongrass? Fresh curry leaves? Paneer? Dream on, Rez, drem on.
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Post by ben_hanscombe » Wed Jul 02, 2014 11:29 am

rezuar wrote:I hate threads like these because I cant get half the ingredients here.
Fenugreek? Lemongrass? Fresh curry leaves? Paneer? Dream on, Rez, drem on.

You could do without the fenugreek in my recipe. I only put it in because it was on my spice shelf and smelled like it'd work.
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Post by Lime_Pickle » Wed Jul 02, 2014 11:59 am

Fenugreek is lovely. Deeply savoury and yet . . . it's used to make maple syrup flavouring for things.
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Post by ceylon_tea » Wed Jul 02, 2014 3:50 pm

fenugreek smells like BO :lol:

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Post by Ravings » Thu Jul 03, 2014 2:22 pm

Sadly, lots of people here know more about Indian food than I do.
They shout loudest & shout last.
If you want a pretty good Bangla recipe, ask the people up on the list. They are the experts.
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Post by Iolar » Thu Jul 03, 2014 5:08 pm

crap you name it Briddish curry does it all and does it all badly.


Absolute piffle. If there is one thing the British exceptionally well, it's make a good curry.
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Post by lolasf » Thu Jul 03, 2014 6:03 pm

Ravings wrote:Sadly, lots of people here know more about Indian food than I do.
They shout loudest & shout last.
If you want a pretty good Bangla recipe, ask the people up on the list. They are the experts.


I don't know what that means.

I'll report back on the fenugreek/BO issue. :)
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Post by rezuar » Thu Jul 03, 2014 6:55 pm

ceylon_tea wrote:fenugreek smells like BO :lol:

Now Im afraid to ask what BO means.
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Post by rezuar » Thu Jul 03, 2014 6:56 pm

ceylon_tea wrote:fenugreek smells like BO :lol:
Now Im afraid to ask what BO means.
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Post by Scrubb » Thu Jul 03, 2014 8:12 pm

BO = body odour.
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Post by northern_goddess » Thu Jul 03, 2014 8:16 pm

And lots of people think that cumin smells like stinky feet.
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Post by myanmarbound » Fri Jul 04, 2014 5:13 am

Sorry, I keep forgetting to look up and post the recipes I have at home.
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Post by lolasf » Tue Oct 28, 2014 3:23 am

I finally did it guys! I revisited this thread today, then decided to see what I could do with all of your advice. I ended up with something between Ben's directions, NG's ingredients, and then some stuff from my brain.

I made a mushroom chicken curry that is actually delicious!
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Post by myanmarbound » Tue Oct 28, 2014 9:43 am

aI've mde three very good Indian dishes recently - chicken sagwala, tandoori chicken and seekh kebabs. I'll see if I can find pics to post.
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Post by northern_goddess » Tue Oct 28, 2014 3:10 pm

Congrats on the curry, Lolasf!
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Post by VinnyD » Tue Oct 28, 2014 4:30 pm

Ben's has too much stuff in it for me. I can see chicken and cauliflower, or cauliflower and chickpeas, or spinach and chickpeas, or chicken and spinach (or just chicken, or just chickpeas, etc) in each of which I would probably have either tomatoes or yogurt but not both. And not all of the above.

Chicken and mushroom sounds potentially good, Lola.

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Post by lolasf » Tue Oct 28, 2014 4:41 pm

Thanks, N-G!

Vinny, you should be proud of me- I resisted my usual temptation to add everything in my fridge. Like I said somewhere up there, I have a tough time saying 'enough is enough'. It was really hard, but I did it.
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Post by VinnyD » Tue Oct 28, 2014 4:45 pm

Good for you, Lola.

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Post by lolasf » Tue Oct 28, 2014 8:25 pm

Thanks Vinny.

Snow, I take incredibly crappy photos, plus it wasn't that pretty. Tasty though, I just ate the leftovers for lunch.
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Post by Tortilla Slim » Tue Oct 28, 2014 8:29 pm

I don't think it's humanly possible to make curry look good in a photo. The closest I've gotten is a fancy little bowl with curry alongside some roti with a garnish and that still looked pretty shit.
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Post by myanmarbound » Wed Oct 29, 2014 1:39 am

Tortilla Slim wrote:I don't think it's humanly possible to make curry look good in a photo. The closest I've gotten is a fancy little bowl with curry alongside some roti with a garnish and that still looked pretty shit.


degreed x2

Seekh kebabs are even worse, impossible to not make them look like dog turds.
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Post by dBrother » Sun Nov 02, 2014 5:39 am

A Real Curry...

three apples
three big onions
1 big desert spoon of curry powder
sultannas
coconut cream/milk
yesterdays casserole/last weeks roast leftovers+veggies..

chop onions and apples up fine, slowly fry in olive oil, add curry powder, keep slowly frying,stirring, add sultannas, when fried sufficiently add yesterdays casserole (meat and vegies), keep frying, add coconut milk/cream, keep frying,
serve up...
add mango chutney and yogurt to taste

if you feel the need for useless empty carbs then serve on rice, but not necessary

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(btw yesterdays stirfry will do just aswell as the casserole or roast)
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Post by Tortilla Slim » Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:43 am

Reading that made me feel a little sick
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Post by mad hatter » Sun Nov 02, 2014 8:15 am

There is merit, that I admire, in using leftovers and not being wasteful.
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Post by GLimpet » Sun Nov 02, 2014 8:31 am

My best tip for curries is to chop your onions in a food processor to get that "Indian restaurant" texture in your sauce/gravy.

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Post by myanmarbound » Sun Nov 02, 2014 9:48 am

After a lot of guff, there are some useful tips in this article. But they say be generous with the spices and then are quite miserly in the recipes.

http://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2014/oct/31/how-to-make-curry-onion-ginger-garlic-mamta-gupta-back-to-basics-henry-dimbleby
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Post by dBrother » Sun Nov 02, 2014 10:51 am

Tortilla Slim wrote:Reading that made me feel a little sick


what?
cos leftovers?
fuck you fussy den,
nothin for me to turn a roast one day into a casserole the next and into a curry on the third day..
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Post by Chi_Rup » Sun Nov 02, 2014 10:55 am

That sounds like baby food, dBrother.

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Post by ben_hanscombe » Sun Nov 02, 2014 11:03 am

It's more the fact that you're making a "real curry" that doesn't include any flavouring other than coconut, dbrother. If you want an overspiced lumpy korma with random chunks of apple floating in it, then more power to you but I'll pass on it thanks.

Chi_Rup wrote:That sounds like baby food, dBrother.

Worse. Student food.
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Post by dBrother » Sun Nov 02, 2014 12:33 pm

ben_hanscombe wrote:It's more the fact that you're making a "real curry" that doesn't include any flavouring other than coconut, dbrother.


desert spoon of curry powder = flavour..

fuck this root sauce place is tough joint, you critical cunts,
but anyhow that's how i make a curry and it tastes good too.
the apple and onion you chop up real fine,so no chunks at all, add the curry powder and fry it up and thats the base.
add what you like after that (sultanas , cashews, meat, vegies, more spices if thats what you want- there's no set recipe)
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