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Curry for Tea - How I make it??

Gaia Avatar
9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
Wanting to make curry from scratch while baby sleeping. Have got:

Ginger, corriander, chillies, panch phoran, fenugreek leaves and garam masala. Ohh and lime and garlic.

Was aiming for something with tomatoes not too hot that I could add coconut milk for the kids. Anyone know what to do?? How much of these things to add?
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
What i'd do is just experiment, fry your meat etc, and add in a couple of tins of chopped tomatoes, and start adding different spices and see how it goes...

lol, that's just me though, don't trust me, it could all end up a disaster..:w00t:

try this mate http://www.route79.com/food/rogan-josh.htm
#2
Ugg think I got wrong type of corriander ... i got fresh leaves? Been over loads of sites and they got cumin and tumeric which I not got!!

Could go drastically wrong if I just fling stuff in??
#3
Could do, but if you follow a recipe and only have a few things missing, it'll probably turn out ok, I never seem to have 'all' the ingredients for any recipe (lol) and they always seem to be fine, just improvise...
#4
Improvising when cooking is a boy thing :p
#5
tescos curry sauce is 6p a can
1 Like #6
My favourite 30 minute curry

1 small onion sliced
1 inch of ginger grated
2 garlic cloves crushed
2 tbsp garam masala
1 chilli pepper de-seeded and sliced
450g chicken breast diced
1 red pepper de-seeded and diced(if you don't have it leave it out)
1 can chopped tomatoes or fresh ones chopped up
2 tbsp chopped coriander

Heat oil in a large frying pan, fry onion, ginger, garlic, chilli pepper and garam masala for 3-4 minutes

Add chicken and fry for 8-10 minutes then add red pepper and fry for a further 2-3 minutes

Pour in can of tomatoes or fresh chopped tomatoes with a little chicken stock, simmer over a low heat for 10 minutes

Add chopped coriander and serve with rice
#7
dry fry yer spices first make sure they don't burn but not garam masala you add that near the end.
#8
jasonrat
tescos curry sauce is 6p a can


Thanks for the vote of confidence :whistling:


Baby woke now anyway so gonna have to wing it :whistling: :giggle:

Thanks for recipe harib0uk and tips jen.
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Gaia,

Hope the curry turned out ok.. Fresh coriander is always best for flavour. Put some in while cooking (will almost dissappear) and then a bit more chopped on top for garnish & flavour.

I love making curry and hardly ever follow the recipes now. Just get the basic ingredients (go to a speciality store if you can for Ghee, asafoetida etc ..or make your own) then create. Finally getting our two kids into curries too!!:thumbsup:
#10
ya really need to get some cumin though
#11
Hubby said best curry he ever tasted :|

The ginger and tomatoe I think is kinda odd together rest was good!

Don't think they do speciality stores in Ayrshire ...
#12
Iv heard adding sugar helps it
#13
Added mango chutney ... think it does similar?

Even baby ate it :|
#14
saxo_appeal
Iv heard adding sugar helps it

Yar combats the acid in the tomatoes and helps sweeten the onions.

Gaia next time yer going to glasgow I'll give you the directions of the kk mart we use Its fab!
#15
jennybubbles
Yar combats the acid in the tomatoes and helps sweeten the onions.

Gaia next time yer going to glasgow I'll give you the directions of the kk mart we use Its fab!


Go to the big city???:w00t: I wish ... baby intolerant of shopping lasts 10 mins max and then goes into a screaming fit like we are trying to kill her ... gets it off her dad!

Where about is it Jen? Just incase I get to escape under the false pretense of buying daddy a bday present :D
#16
near glasgow uni can't remeber the name of the st (the city scares me too :shock: )
#17
Gaia
Go to the big city???:w00t:

http://images.art.com/images/products/large/10123000/10123744.jpg
#18
jennybubbles
near glasgow uni can't remeber the name of the st (the city scares me too :shock: )

There are a few round there (Uni). Goin to the West End tomorrow!!
#19
Rockhound
There are a few round there (Uni). Goin to the West End tomorrow!!

My sis stays there :x If you see her give her a kick in the shins for me!
banned#20
saxo_appeal
Iv heard adding sugar helps it


Use Palm Sugar for sweetening it, :thumbsup:
Think most supermarkets sell it ;)
#21
thai veg curry is lush, you can add meat to make it non veg
parsnip, swede,potato,carrots, corriander, coconut milk,curry powder,onion,
garlic,tin toms,ginger, mixed herbs.
easy peasy
banned#22
So it's...Thai veg curry with meat, like a meat curry then :giggle:

Gotta take out the "evil" parsnip & swede tho' :)
#23
hheheh the good thing is with thai curry you can add what veg u like,its all about experimenting. Im making one on thursday :) with micro rice from somerfield which is buy one get one free atm :)
#24
mixed herbs in thai curry?????

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