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Freezing and reheating curries

Chat about storage of ingredients & curries
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Which Technique do you use to Reheat Curries?

microwave
22
63%
hob
12
34%
oven
0
No votes
other (please elaborate below)
1
3%
 
Total votes: 35

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Freezing and reheating curries

Post by Natterjak » Wed Dec 04, 2013 9:20 pm

I was sure we had covered this topic but I can't find anything with the search function. I'm just interested in whether anyone successfully freezes an...login to view the rest of this post
"Don't burn the spices" is the most dangerous truism of all - because it's incomplete. It should be "Don't burn the spices but do cook them!"
You'll never make BIR if you're too cautious frying your spices.....

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