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Frying Garlic

Chat about general and fundamental curry cooking techniques (e.g. tarka, bargar, bhoona, etc). Discussions on cooking specific dishes should rather be posted in another, more appropriate, chat section of the forum.
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Frying Garlic

Post by mickyp » Wed Mar 22, 2017 11:22 pm

Any thoughts Boys and Girls, I was watching a programme on italian cooking and the belief there is the best way to get the best flavour out of the gar...login to view the rest of this post

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