How to make bhuna prawn puri - looks easy

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  1. ShiftZZ

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    Treacle is your man...

    But my choice would be South India Garic Chilli Chicken, sort of Madras hot, sheek kebab....
     
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    Indian cuisine has changed a lot over the years. It is more subtle in flavours. For years it was mainly Pakistani or Bangladeshi cooking and not genuine Indian meals.
    A restaurant opened up near me a few years ago with a menu from Kerala in southern India. Having spent some time there,the meals are spot on. If its takeaway you want go for a set meal with starter,main and accompaniments.
    I reccomend mixed starter,Passanda or Korma for main with lemon rice and Peswari Nan.
    If you wish Vindaloo doesn't need to blow your head off,it means 'cooked with wine/vinegar and potatos.
     
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    Chicken vindaloo, plain rice and a plain naan bread:thumb:

    Have it every time , sit in or take away.

    A few large Cobra beers to go with it or large Bangla beer.

    I'm not stuck in my ways or anything:BigGrin:
     
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    Funny you should say that, I am condemned by my partner for always having the same Chinese, she always has something different then complanes about it.
    Egg Fry Rice, Plane Chow Mine and Curry Veg delightful. Vindaloo sounds a bit warm.:Eeek:
     
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    My wife is the same. Tries new stuff, hates it and then wants to share mine.

    I like Chinese too - Special curry (extra hot), plain rice and sesame seed prawn .. every time:BigGrin:

    Vindalooo is hot and probably very bad for you:Doh:
     
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    No, try Phall or Tindaloo..
     
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    I have tried them but they are just too hot for me.

    i would have to drink even more Cobra to cool down.

    Cobra goes straight to my head for some reason
     
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    That sounds nice,easy and tasty...think I will try that...i also found one this type of nice recipe from home weekly magazine.I sure will must be next time post here.....Thanks for sharing this....
     
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    What about Wagamamas. Yakai Soba every time, with edamame beans with garlic and chilli salt. :BigGrin:

    Ivy
     
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    Mine is a prawn madras, egg rice, and a garlic naan every time, spot on.
    The women must be all the same, my missus tries something different each time, doesn't like it, then wishes she had had a chicken rashoon, which she likes. Why do they do that?
    AND! If i say "do you want a garlic naan"? she always says, "No thanks, i will have some of yours"!

    Get to F***!

    RV-less Craig
     
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    Agree with previous comment, I too think Indian restuarants 'tone it down' and keep things to a limit for our sake and to fit in the nations preferences. Which is a real shame tho because I did visit India couple of years back and a local Indian restaurant opened with a fmily whos comes from a village close to Mumbai and the way they cook their dishes is exactly like what it was back in the day. Brought back great memories and their prices are very reasonable. I wsih they would keep things more traditional.!
     
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    Fish head curry - can't beat it.......... Spent my entire working life with Indians and Pakistanis. The real authentic food is wonderful, but sadly not much to be seen in UK in the past; the situation is improving though. Mail order ready mix authentic spices, try googling Rafi's spice box. Good stuff.
     
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    Aha .. I am lucky there ... Rafi lives here and I use her shop all the time for my spices and went on one of her courses too. She does brilliant mixes all ready for you just to add meat or veggies and tinned tomatoes or something.. Instructions are included..

    I have graduated now and do my own but try her stuff if you aren't used to it
     
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    If you want HOT try Nandos extra hot Piri Piri sauce, I found it a bit pointless to be honest, I couldn't taste anything afterwards, my taste buds had been cremated:Doh:
     
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    I watched the cooker and that would not be the only ring on fire:Eeek:
     
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    The revival of this thread has made me want a curry.

    Not had a takeaway for 3 weeks:Sad:
     
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    Sitting in the office having jacket potatoe, wishing it was chicken jalfrezi:RollEyes:
     
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