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January 2016- pauly's Chicken Passanda

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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Will again give this a try tomorrow and make two versions and try them side by side
one being the recipe from the ebook and this "ladies Version", i'll take some pictures and report back any differences.
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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Just cooked this for myself and hubby. I added a couple of dried red chillis at the g/g frying stage which gave it a little heat lift. Used a nice Pinot noir which we finished off with the curry. This is definitely a keeper and I'll be making it again so my thanks to Pauly for a delicious recipe
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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Wow!! This has to be my new favourite.. Cooked some up on Saturday night for myself as the wife was out, it was so nice i ended up cooking for 6 on Sunday :) (with a takeaway portion for our neighbours!)

The recipe scales up beautifully, the Red Wine isn't overpowering but really gives it a unique taste. I also used Snoops Pro Base, which i think works really well with this dish.

Just about fitted the "Big Batch" in my new pan :)
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Dished up with some Rice..
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Takeaway portion for the neighbours
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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Looks excellent, Bhajeegirl and roganrich, thanks for sharing your results and photos with us...I'm sure pauly must feel chuffed 8-)
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Re: Chicken Passanda

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That looks amazing RR, the tastiest looking curry you have done to date. I'm looking forward to sampling one soon! :thumbup:

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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Some very nice looking curries there folks, well done to all. :thumbup:

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Re: Chicken Passanda

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:thumbup: Loving the photos. Hoping to find time soon to make some more base gravy so I can make this one again

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Re: Chicken Passanda

Post by Westy »

Fantastic pictures !

Rich - that container you've prepared for your neighbour looks better than any I've had from a T/A in a number of years :D

Great recipe this one - everyone loves it so far .
A curry can never be ‘too garlicky’ or ‘too hot’ .....

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Haha thanks Westy :D

My neighbours also loved it.. cracking recipe this :thumbup:

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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Here is my attempt with King prawns.
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Re: Chicken Passanda

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All looking good, well done to all for trying pauly's recipe and for reporting back (with some excellent photos) 8-)
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Re: Month 7 - pauly's Chicken Passanda

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Thanks to Westy, Bhajeegirl and roganrich for joining in the fun of Curry Club, this month!

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Re: Chicken Passanda

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All the family really enjoyed this one, pauly. I did reduce the sugar a little as I know the level we like, but apart from that no changes made to your recipe.

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Re: Chicken Passanda

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I went to make this for my wife tonight & found we didn't have any cream, so I used evaporated milk in place. She was happy with the change, & the taste I had was certainly pleasant.

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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Think we are going to have to acquire tastes for Almonds and Evaporated Milk.

Good one Pauly :thumbup:
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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Made this tonight. Used red chillies instead of chilli powder and didn't use red wine. It was gorgeous!!!! Will be making again :)

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Re: Chicken Passanda

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Matt, give it a try with a splash of red wine, it doesn't sound right but it creates some amazing unexpected flavour!

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