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Thread: Chinese Curry

  1. #61

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Dwr View Post
    Japanese curry is lovely
    if I'm making a quick curry at home I usually start with a Japanese curry as a base, like s&b then add a bit of extra heat.

  2. #62

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by Rjk View Post
    if I'm making a quick curry at home I usually start with a Japanese curry as a base, like s&b then add a bit of extra heat.
    Yep. Often visit Japan and lived there for 2 years. A katsu curry is one of the first things I go for when over there.

  3. #63

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Dwr View Post
    Yep. Often visit Japan and lived there for 2 years. A katsu curry is one of the first things I go for when over there.
    Agreed. In fact I had karaage curry for lunch today.

  4. #64

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by life on mars View Post
    I love Butter Chicken M&S do a cracking one.
    I make my own butter chicken and crank up the heat. Bloody lush.

  5. #65

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    I make my own butter chicken and crank up the heat. Bloody lush.
    American is not a place I associate with curry houses

    Perhaps I am wrong ?

  6. #66

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by SLUDGE FACTORY View Post
    American is not a place I associate with curry houses

    Perhaps I am wrong ?
    Though not as prevalent as in the UK, there are plenty around here. Probably less so in the middle bit.

  7. #67

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    Though not as prevalent as in the UK, there are plenty around here. Probably less so in the middle bit.
    The menu is slightly different though. Onion bhajis are particularly hard to come by.

    A place I used to get take out from when I lived on 6th Street (New York's Curry Row) used to serve every dish with rice cabbage and dahl. $5.45. Bangin'.

  8. #68

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    The menu is slightly different though. Onion bhajis are particularly hard to come by.

    A place I used to get take out from when I lived on 6th Street (New York's Curry Row) used to serve every dish with rice cabbage and dahl. $5.45. Bangin'.
    For years the Indian Restaurants were terrible.
    Had a great one in NYC though about 15 years ago.

    The Indian population in my area has risen incredibly in line with IT demands and as a result so has the restaurants.

    They are decent enough serving Authentic regional food but obviously donít taste like the British versions that I love.

    I started making my own about 7 years ago when I discovered ďgarabiĒ and Iím glad I did.
    They usually taste great and it propelled me into really enjoying cooking in general.

  9. #69

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by Wash DC Blue View Post
    For years the Indian Restaurants were terrible.
    Had a great one in NYC though about 15 years ago.

    The Indian population in my area has risen incredibly in line with IT demands and as a result so has the restaurants.

    They are decent enough serving Authentic regional food but obviously don’t taste like the British versions that I love.

    I started making my own about 7 years ago when I discovered “garabi” and I’m glad I did.
    They usually taste great and it propelled me into really enjoying cooking in general.
    I've got a quart of garabi in the freezer. Do you know what an Instant Pot is? I use one. And I've got an Indian recipe book by Urvashi Pitre (AKA the Butter Chicken Lady) specifically for Instant Pot.

  10. #70

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    I've got a quart of garabi in the freezer. Do you know what an Instant Pot is? I use one. And I've got an Indian recipe book by Urvashi Pitre (AKA the Butter Chicken Lady) specifically for Instant Pot.
    I do Mate.
    Iím on to my second Pressure Cooker now.
    Got the Ninja Foodie which doubles as an air fryer as well. Itís ace.

    Itís amazing to knock out a full pot of it in around an hour as opposed to 4/5 hrs.

    I started following recipes on a BIR forum but now usually just get them from YouTube....Misty Ricardo, Stephen Heap and Alís Kitchen.

  11. #71

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by Wash DC Blue View Post
    I do Mate.
    I’m on to my second Pressure Cooker now.
    Got the Ninja Foodie which doubles as an air fryer as well. It’s ace.

    It’s amazing to knock out a full pot of it in around an hour as opposed to 4/5 hrs.

    I started following recipes on a BIR forum but now usually just get them from YouTube....Misty Ricardo, Stephen Heap and Al’s Kitchen.
    I love those YouTube videos. All those Brummie and Yorkshire accents.

  12. #72

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by NYCBlue View Post
    I love those YouTube videos. All those Brummie and Yorkshire accents.
    Yeah, they are great!

  13. #73

    Re: Chinese Curry

    like you lot know a good indian curry. your taste buds have been damaged by welks and welsh rarebit and in some cases hotdogs and hamburgers...what do you know about a real...real curry.

  14. #74

    Re: Chinese Curry

    Quote Originally Posted by ToTaL ITK View Post
    like you lot know a good indian curry. your taste buds have been damaged by welks and welsh rarebit and in some cases hotdogs and hamburgers...what do you know about a real...real curry.

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