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Cory Ander
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Some Recent Curries & Side Dishes

Post by Cory Ander »

Here's some photos of some of the curries, side dishes and accompaniments that I've recently made:

Chicken Tikka Vindaloo (using this Chicken Tikka):
Chicken Tikka Vindaloo
Chicken Tikka Vindaloo
Chicken Tikka Vindaloo
Chicken Tikka Vindaloo
Naan Bread
Naan Bread
Steamed Pilau Rice.jpg
Together with:

Mint Raitha
Pilau Rice (steamed)
Onion Bhajis
Plain Naans

PS: Sorry about the blurriness...one day I'll invest in a camera that focuses correctly! :whistle:
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Re: Some Recent Curries & Side Dishes

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Some more......

Chicken Madras (for me and the Mrs):
Chicken Madras
Chicken Madras
Chicken Madras
Chicken Madras
Chicken Madras
Chicken Madras
A bit on the stodgy side! :blink:

Together with:

Mint Rhaita
Garlic, Fenugreek & Coriander Naan
Steamed Pilau Rice
Cake!! :smart:
Cake!
Cake!
Please feel free to comment and, in particular, please feel free to post some photos of your own recent curry exploits (starting a new threads as appropriate)....... 8-)
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Re: Some Recent Curries & Side Dishes

Post by pauly »

Lovely pics & a beautiful spread of food CA .

I particularly like the one of the Madras in the pan, classic looking BIR curry.

When you say steamed pilau rice, how does that differ from the usual boiling method ?

Is that the first time you've used Tikka in a Vindaloo, was it a success ?

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Re: Some Recent Curries & Side Dishes

Post by Cory Ander »

Hi pauly,

Thanks for your comments & questions 8-)

I've been playing with cooking my rice in a (vegetable) steamer:
Steamer
Steamer
So it's literally cooked in the steam (generated by the steamer). Not particularly BIR, but it's fun to try these things and it works well. It is also pretty much a "fool-proof" method:

I wash the rice and put it into a plastic storage container (i.e. the type in which you might store curry base), add some whole and powdered spices, ghee, oil or butter and some milk and water (i.e. to just cover it). Then steam it, for around 45 minutes, stirring occasionally, until all of the water/milk has been absorbed. I add some food colouring (e.g. yellow, red) towards the end (i.e. when the grains have elongated and dried a bit). I then turn it all off and let it sit, for a bit, before stirring and serving.

Regarding Chicken Tikka, yes, I've used it for donkeys years, in vindaloo, madras, phal, jalfrezi, etc. It works a treat. I froze much of the above to turn into subsequent Chicken Tikka curries (of whatever persuasion)......
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