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What's your favourite type of Curry?

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Totally random I know but we're about to order Indian (well in half an hour) and I was thinking of egtting something different... I ALWAYS either get Jalfriezi or Balti and my OH ALWAYS gets Korma.…
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banned7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
Totally random I know but we're about to order Indian (well in half an hour) and I was thinking of egtting something different...

I ALWAYS either get Jalfriezi or Balti and my OH ALWAYS gets Korma...

What would you lot recomend?



oh and WHY?
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banned7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
chicken tikka massala

OH likes lamb nawaabi
#2
depends what mood im in, sometimes a korma, some time jalfriezi, sometimes something spicier, dont have an outright fav tho
#3
chicken pathia, keema rice, plain naan, onion bhajis, oh efff it - gonna go to the curry house!!!
#4
Chicken tikka masala is lovely, as is a nentara, love a bhuna too.

Our Indian Restaurant does a Butter Masala, OH loves that too.
banned#5
Never heard of Nawaabi or Pathia ...

Might have to look them up thanks..... Another vote for Jalfreizi :-)
#6
I only ever get masala or korma-boring I know! none of them really taste like genuine indian food anyways-its all been dumbed down for the British pallette.
banned#7
Nentara? another one I've never heard of (probably because I never look at the menu)
banned#8
barky
I only ever get masala or korma-boring I know! none of them really taste like genuine indian food anyways-its all been dumbed down for the British pallette.


I would love to be able to find that out for sure.... Actually go to India and try it out, maybe one day
#9
Chicken phal, sometimes called fal, pil, pall, or phill.
And takka dahl of course.
#10
nentara is a perfume from the eighties, with a screetching woman singing "ohhh, oooohh, nentaraaaaaa!"
#11
Sometimes just plain chicken curry with a nan yum!
#12
MMMMM lamb byriani
#13
Bhuna's are quite nice Chicken Tikka Bhuna, Lamb Dopiza, Prawn Madras.

Tandoori Chicken or Prawn Puree for starters, and Keema Nan's
#14
hmm-creme-eggs
Never heard of Nawaabi or Pathia ...

Might have to look them up thanks..... Another vote for Jalfreizi :-)


The gourmet choice represents the style of cooking known as 'Dum Pukt', originated in the food courts of the Moghul Emperors, and represents the pinnacle of Indian cooking. The preparation of Dumpukht is so special that it only passed from generation to generation by word of mouth, and its execution so demanding that only the finest of Indian Chefs are able to master this art form

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Nawaabi Lamb (Sizzling) £7.50
Rolls of lamb with special Kashmiri, pepper, spring onions and our special blend of spices.

taken from my menu x

http://www.radhuny-dartford.co.uk/index.htm
#15
I thought it was a Patia??

Its the indian version of sweet and sour kinda.
#16
Madarse (madras)......dodgy in the morning:thumbsup:
#17
chicken karahi or lamb bhoona
#18
Chicken karahi, or lamb karahi, simple.
Ask them to make it anpa style, and tell them to use less oil. They will understand you.
#19
AshleyRFC
Chicken tikka masala is lovely, as is a nentara, love a bhuna too.

Our Indian Restaurant does a Butter Masala, OH loves that too.


butter masala is yum
#20
http://www.zoukteabar.co.uk/menus/manchester-main-courses/
this place is the best...and made me very hungry now.
#21
korma or chicken and mushroom curry with fried rice mmm mmm
#22
chicken samba is nice
#23
I also love the tandoori sizzler, usually get it and split it with the OH,

Dont like the seekh kebab tho so they usually give us an extra bit of chicken tikka, I absolutely love them, the onions you get with it are beautiful too.
#24
Depends what you like - I always ask in the curry house about ones i havent tried, or that are similar to the ones I have tried and like (so many curries to choose from)

Lamb Tikka Pathia.
#25
pink-ka
chicken samba is nice


+1
#26
Yewman Chomp!
#27
scrumpypaul
nentara is a perfume from the eighties, with a screetching woman singing "ohhh, oooohh, nentaraaaaaa!"


That the one with the "bette davis eyes" soundtrack?;-)
#28
balti in brum!
#29
dcx_badass
None hate them all.


As in a mexican wave type way, BOO BOO!:thumbsup:
#30
Great, I've just come back from the gym now you've got me thinking about curry!!!! I always have a korma with garlic naan, can't beat it! Try a chicken makhani (I think that's how you spell it)!! My friend has that, it's bright red and really nice!
#31
baffledsalmon
Great, I've just come back from the gym now you've got me thinking about curry!!!! I always have a korma with garlic naan, can't beat it! Try a chicken makhani (I think that's how you spell it)!! My friend has that, it's bright red and really nice!


I will help you burn it off if you get one lol.
#32
Jalfriezi/Balti prawn..................:p, sorry but korma are for girls that can't take the heat !!!
#33
love the starters,spiced onions and pakora
#34
cant eat curry, gives me the squirts
#35
jcaho7
Jalfriezi/Balti prawn..................:p, sorry but korma are for girls that can't take the heat !!!


I always ate the hottest currys you could get including one that was so hot that I couldnt breathe that well.

But I felt that way you were wasting the experience as I want to eat the sauce too(normally get loads of bread to soak it or shove it on)

So I started to get kormas because they can be eaten with no waste of time.
#36
ryouga
I will help you burn it off if you get one lol.


Hahaha thanks for that kind offer, but I think an hour on the cross trainer and twenty minutes running was enough for me! Not to mention the old man in front of me wiggling his bum around in his shorts. :o
#37
Mmmmmmm I LOVE curry!

I always have a Prawn Puree to start with and then usually a King Prawn Saag King Praen Resalla or Lamb Madras, and a peshwari naan.
suspended#38
king prawn chinese one ...... i hate indian
#39
mushroom
#40
I like pasanda, korma or madras :)

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