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Simple curry recipe wanted.

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Hi All, Can anyone suggest a very simple Curry recipe. I dont want to use a jar of sauce. I have seen that condensed chicken soup can be used as a base to which you add curry powder. Not sure how t…
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
Hi All,

Can anyone suggest a very simple Curry recipe. I dont want to use a jar of sauce. I have seen that condensed chicken soup can be used as a base to which you add curry powder. Not sure how that would work out but would give it a go!
I would rather not have to buy loads of ingredients, just want it kept simple.
I'm sure you must have some good recipes , fire away!
Thanks,
Mike.
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7y, 1m agoPosted 7 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Indian or chinese?
suspended#2
Why not just use a jar of sauce? (You did ask for "simple") :)
#3
Buy yourself one of those Pataks curry pastes they are brilliant. I make Lamb balti - marinade the lamb in natural yoghurt and turmeric then fry off some onions whack in a tablespoon of the curry paste and some garlic. Add the lamb and yoghurt, then a tin of chopped tomatoes, salt, pepper, a wee pinch of sugar. I usually add some spinach too then put the lid on and let it simmer away. Oh, I forgot about the corriander! Got to have corriander in there!

I've got a brilliant Saag Aloo recipe too which I can give you if you want?!
#4
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#5
I really cant believe that Google is beyond you, or do we have a problem here?
#6
secretsanta;7346517
Buy yourself one of those Pataks curry pastes they are brilliant. I make Lamb balti - marinade the lamb in natural yoghurt and turmeric then fry off some onions whack in a tablespoon of the curry paste and some garlic. Add the lamb and yoghurt, then a tin of chopped tomatoes, salt, pepper, a wee pinch of sugar. I usually add some spinach too then put the lid on and let it simmer away. Oh, I forgot about the corriander! Got to have corriander in there!

I've got a brilliant Saag Aloo recipe too which I can give you if you want?!


+1

http://www.pataks.co.uk/coupon.aspx?gclid=COD9loDh954CFYIA4wodeheGHQ

free 50p off voucher too :thumbsup:
#7
condensed soup......no way! :?
#8
Nitro111
I really cant believe that Google is beyond you, or do we have a problem here?


someone has a problem...not sure if it's the OP though ;-)
#9
Blueberry yumyum;7346594
condensed soup......no way! :?


yes way

http://www.mydish.co.uk/recipe/2982/Chicken%20Curry

:-D
#10


no way!! :w00t:
#11
Blueberry yumyum;7346669
no way!! :w00t:


I make an easy chicken fricasee using condensed mushroom soup ;-)
#12
onions, garlic, tomatoes and garam masala powder and chilli to ur taste
#13
choc1969
I make an easy chicken fricasee using condensed mushroom soup ;-)


to me it's not a curry....;-)
#14
Aisle 24 at ASDA (or 7 at Tesco) :)
#15
bazzaric
someone has a problem...not sure if it's the OP though ;-)


Maybe............Perhaps you have the same problem with Google!
#16
I think that your cunning plan to bump off your relatives has been sussed! Curry!! :whistling:
#17
Nitro111;7346747
Maybe............Perhaps you have the same problem with Google!

I have googled it but thought it might be interesting to hear some of the other users ideas. My appologies to you!
Thanks everyone for your comments.:thumbsup:
suspended#18
chesso
I think that your cunning plan to bump off your relatives has been sussed! Curry!! :whistling:


I think grease on the stairs works better :-D
#19
DarkKnight
I think grease on the stairs works better :-D

Good point although I guess the lambs are quite nimble. ;-)
#20
chesso;7346997
Good point although I guess the lambs are quite nimble. ;-)

We come into our own in the spring!;-)
#21
weepapa;7346485
Indian or chinese?

Chinese please.:thumbsup:
#22
:giggle::giggle:
mikelamb
We come into our own in the spring!;-)


Don't repeat that in Wales!! :giggle:
( I am Welsh BTW!)
#23
chesso
:giggle::giggle:

Don't repeat that in Wales!! :giggle:
( I am Welsh BTW!)


i thought u were 1 of us leodesians:x
#24
sainsburys receipes are great...google them
#25
casparwhite
i thought u were 1 of us leodesians:x

Best of both worlds.;-)

Leo what's?? Sounds a bit Sparta!!

No but I lived in Leeds for a while and we had season tickets for most of the 70's! Hubby is the real thing and can probably describe every goal that Eddie Grey ever scored. :-D
#26
Curry - Patak's, own sweet peppers, onions, tin of toms, mushrooms, cook the meat , cube it, heat.
#27
chesso
Best of both worlds.;-)

Leo what's?? Sounds a bit Sparta!!

No but I lived in Leeds for a while and we had season tickets for most of the 70's! Hubby is the real thing and can probably describe every goal that Eddie Grey ever scored. :-D


ask him to describe this 1 against burnley.....absolute class:thumbsup:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nkd3HWQu32Q&feature=player_embedded
#28
casparwhite
ask him to describe this 1 against burnley.....absolute class:thumbsup:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nkd3HWQu32Q&feature=player_embedded

In the mud with a cannonball to kick ... I bet he can.:thumbsup:
#29
I have loads, but then i have an entire cupboard full of spices to use, so can't really sudgest much as i dont know what you have availbe, lol

but i marinade all the meat in yogurt, as it gets the flavours deeper into the meat, usualy with garlic, ginger, garam massala, mint, a little tumeric, and cumin
banned#30
essential ingredients in a curry are the three 'C's.

Chilli, Ground coriander, Cumin.

You'll never get a really good authentic curry using a pataks jar or condensed soup!
banned#31
quick & easy vindaloo (reduce chilli for madras). I add 1 star anise too.

[FONT="]CHICKEN VINDALOO – Best One! [/FONT]

[FONT="]Prep - 30 mins[/FONT]
[FONT="]Cooking Time - approx 45 minutes[/FONT]
[FONT="]Serves 4[/FONT]
[FONT="]Ingredients[/FONT]
[LIST]
[*][FONT="]450g potatoes[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]900g Chicken Breast[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]LIQUIDISE ALL THE FOLLOWING TOGETHER[/FONT][LIST]
[*][FONT="]1 large onion[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]10g Ginger (root)[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]10g Garlic,[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]6 green chillis[/FONT][/LIST]
[*][FONT="]60ml cooking oil[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]MIX ALL THE FOLLOWING TOGETHER[/FONT][LIST]
[*][FONT="]2tsp Hot Chilli Powder[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]2tsp Turmeric[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]1 tsp Salt[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]3tsp Tomato puree[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]1tsp Garlic powder[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]1tsp Ginger powder[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]2tsp Garam Masala[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]2tsp tandoori powder[/FONT][/LIST]
[*][FONT="]250ml water[/FONT]
[*][FONT="]handful of Coriander Leaves, chopped[/FONT][/LIST]
[FONT="]Method[/FONT]
1.Peel potatoes and cut into largish cubes (2inch) and start to boil for 10 minutes
2.Chop chicken into small pieces (3inch strips)
3.Liquidise onions, chillis, root ginger, garlic until finely chopped
4.Heat oil until very hot in a large pan and add liquidised ingredients and stir continuously until onion is golden brown
5.Add the tomato puree, turmeric, chilli, garlic powder, ginger powder, salt, garam masala, tandoori powder and the chicken.
6.Mix well, lower the heat and simmer gently for 10 minutes, stirring every 2-3 minutes
7.Add the water and simmer for 20 minutes
8.Add the potatoes and simmer for another 20 minutes stirring every 5 minutes or so.
9.Garnish with coriander
banned#32
http://i205.photobucket.com/albums/bb175/BOBARNOLD/Picture119.jpg

substitute the garam massala for curry power if you dont haver any

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