- the best curry you can have is…
A thought for lambs this xmas.Posted 10 years ago
Will blow your mind.Posted 10 years agoesselgruntfuttockMember
The one thats on my hob now, that I made last night for tonight. We brung some spices back from Goa that simply involve mixing with tomatoes/yoghurt/coconut etc. We got about 5 different types but you can mix em & experiment. Everyone we've had up to now has been luurvely. (i always make them too hot for the missus then she can only eat a bit so there's more for me)Posted 10 years agojohn_drummerMember
chicken jalfrezi from Jani's, Baildon
supermarkets round here stock the Mumtaz range, which are genuine Bradford curries, (and naans, and samosas, etc), except they're from the supermarket; ALL supermarket own curries are like mildly spiced stews compared. My favourite is the Chicken Karahi.
Mumtaz has a restaurant near Bradford Uni, and recently went into the packaged food business. Liz the German ate there recently. Funnily enough, while I lived round the corner from them back in the late 80s, I never once went to Mumtaz.Posted 10 years agojimmySubscriber
A place in Chesterfield does a Shobuz Masala – Lots of green coriander and chillis in the sauce. I hve never seen it anywhere else and it is mega.
For post-ride curry, Delta Curry House (Roseburn, Edinburgh) does a Katmandu MUrgh – Chicken tikka with lentils and just the right amount of chilli poke. Huge portions. Hmmmm makes me wanna ride just to stop off on the way back…Posted 10 years agomarkfuMember
Chicken Jalfrezi here too, generally enjoyed with a keema naan and a lamb tikka starter. Home town of Wolverhampton is fantastic for take away/eat in curry's. NW Germany = not good for curry's. I will definitely be partaking in some curry sampling when i'm back visiting Wolves in January though.Posted 10 years agoSpongebobMember
Any curry, so long as it contains a decent amount of chili and a good blend of spices. Anything equal to, or above madras strength, but not quite as hot as a Phal. Thai green curry is great, but i think i prefer the Persian curries you get in your typical Indian restaurant – Tikka Dansak or Tikka Pathia. MMMMMMMM 😆Posted 10 years agokaiserMember
Odannyboy …quite suprised at your choice cos I thought the "taste the difference "range were so poor at sainsbury's that I took them back and got a refund.Posted 10 years ago
we've tried most of the big supermarket curries and all have dissapointed except M&S . the quality /taste is so much better.
having said that and spent a lot of throughout Asia , they are nothing like what people eat over there and are made to appeal to the european palate but with an exotic name.
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