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"Cooking Until The Oil Separates"

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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"Cooking Until The Oil Separates"

Post by jerrym » Sun Apr 13, 2014 9:34 am

i don't have any experience of what is called splitting. i think i have done the deed in the past but not on purpose and probably not as it should be ...login to view the rest of this post
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