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Every Sunday we have a curry and to be honest I would rather have a curry than a Sunday roast now.

I like a Jalfezi, Dupiazi, Bhuna.... everything really.

Whats your favourite curry

PinkFlamingo
2 months ago
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RebeccaArmes
RebeccaArmes2 months ago

Depends on how hot you like your curries. You can make your own with adding extra spices to your taste.

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laraquinn
laraquinn2 months ago

King prawn curry,chinese.I'm not a huge fan of Indian food.I'd rather have a curry than a Sunday roast too tbh.

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Imnotcheap
Imnotcheap2 months ago

I really hate curry the smell makes me feel nauseous

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stuartsmith544
stuartsmith5442 months ago

I love pretty much most curries but my favourite is a meat Dopiaza.

But they are so delicious.

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Jasmine111
Jasmine1112 months ago

Thanks PinkFlamingo sound like all Asian dishesโฃ๏ธin my home mostly all week we do cook mix dishes chicken , vegetables meat dishes but we do cook special meal on Saturday and Sunday mostly because friends and family used to visit us.But not now because this lockdown sad ๐Ÿ˜Œbut I cooked meat pilau with raita today . Thanks once again PinkFlamingo for this Topic ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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seasider71
seasider712 months ago

I love a good curry but I don't think it will replace my Sunday roast. I enjoy most things - Jalfrezi, Balti, Madras etc. One of the nicest curries I ate in a restaurant was a kidney masala - fancy recreating it at home some time.

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TheChimp
TheChimp2 months ago

seasider71 A kidney curry? ๐Ÿค” I don't really like the sound of that.

As for me, I love a chicken dhansak from my local curry house. I've tried making it myself a couple of times, but I can't get it quite right.

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seasider71
seasider712 months ago

TheChimp I think the fact that was the only time I've seen it on a menu says a lot. It's not to everybody's taste.

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RegularComper90
RegularComper901 month ago

A good hot and spicy curry on a Friday, and a roast dinner on Sunday. Perfect. ๐Ÿ˜

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dawarwick
dawarwick2 months ago

If chicken liver tikka is on the starter menu then Iโ€™m always drawn to that

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RichardDoolin
RichardDoolin2 months ago

Iceland Chicken Biryani with pilau rice. Just add a little bit of mayo to make a creamy sauce.

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TheChimp
TheChimp2 months ago

RichardDoolin If you're talking about Iceland, this is a good curry ....

https://www.iceland.co.uk/p/iceland-luxury-chicken-makhani-masala-400g/59646.html#q=Curry&start=1

When I was ordering it at our curry house, I asked them for a 'Mack-arne', but I've now been educated and it's pronounced 'Muck-nee'.

I think that I'm right now, but I might be told that I'm wrong again.

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Jasmine111
Jasmine1112 months ago

Hi RichardDoolin if youโ€™re donโ€™t mind just want to let you know chicken biryani is different then pilau rice both different dishes I hope youโ€™re will not mind ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป Edit

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Jasmine111
Jasmine1112 months ago

TheChimp I know youโ€™re fan of Asians dishes for the dish youโ€™re wrote donโ€™t need to leave space you can just write Makhani masala curry or chicken Makhani curry. take care I know youโ€™re will not mind ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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RichardDoolin
RichardDoolin2 months ago

Jasmine111 Yeah, I know. I normally have a Jalfrezi or Bhuna with the pilau rice. The biryani is a half portion mixed with a half portion of pilau rice in one container. You need one and a half to make close to a full pasta dish. It's worth it though as the chicken tastes like it has been left longer to marinate.

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Jasmine111
Jasmine1112 months ago

RichardDoolin Thanks for your reply when I read your comment Biryani with pilau rice I thought youโ€™re didnโ€™t know mostly we do eat pilau and Sweet rice together. we donโ€™t buy cooked food from supermarket I love cooking at home never tried that food. we used to go for eat out once week that stopped now hopefully after lockdown. I hope youโ€™re didnโ€™t mind I wrote comment for you ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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RichardDoolin
RichardDoolin2 months ago

Jasmine111 Bhuna is really nice with a bit of lime pickle. https://images.app.goo.gl/j4SyVBaFFgQ9z4gf8

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Jasmine111
Jasmine1112 months ago

RichardDoolin yes youโ€™re right I am sorry replying late at this moment I need tea โ˜•๏ธ not curry please have a lovely morning ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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gerrykelly25
gerrykelly252 months ago

I use Tastesmiths fresh herb/spices sachets and they are fantastic. The Makhani one is the family favourite:

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Jasmine111
Jasmine1112 months ago

Thanks gerrykelly25 I never tried this Brand spice and herbs i will do next time ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

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hspexy
hspexy2 months ago

I love curries - and the hotter, the better. Any curry is good for me, as long as there are peppers spicing it up

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AlisonHarr47172
AlisonHarr471722 months ago

Korma

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RichardDoolin
RichardDoolin2 months ago

Patak's pasanda sauce mixed with a teaspoon of Rogan Josh makes a nice marinade.

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBanana2 months ago

I guess madras is my favourite Indian curry especially from a takeaway, if its from a supermarket I think vindaloo maybe better. I find the supermarket curries a bit milder overall. I had a phal curry from a supermarket, sainsbury's I think it was but could never eat a phal curry from a takeaway. I generally have more chinese curries. Do chinese curries have names? The one I buy is just chopped chicken curry and it seems like its the same sauce which ever curry you buy if its chinese.

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Dixy
Dixy2 months ago

Beef Madras mmmm

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k4ren2006
k4ren20062 months ago

From the takeaway, it's always the chefs special, shakuti...It's creamy, coconuty with a kick of spice

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HollyDolly22
HollyDolly222 months ago

i love Jalfezi! or a butter chicken! i like mine with a bit of a kick usually but get such bad acid shoot up so avoid it now. i go for fruity flavours more so now

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stuartsmith544
stuartsmith5442 months ago

I love all curries but my fave will always be Dupiaza.The best taste about it is washing it down with a cold beer.

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Leesha86
Leesha862 months ago

Mine is a lamb dansak but only from my regular, I have had it at a few other places and the lamb wasnโ€™t great quality so Iโ€™d go for chicken dansak if at any other restaurant

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LorraineOsborne
LorraineOsborne2 months ago

Chinese curry, but the curry powder( in hot or hotter) from B&M, POUNDLAND ETC,..so easy to make up and then i add mushrooms, onions, peas....watever...

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fatimacash
fatimacash1 month ago

Hate curries

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possy
possy1 month ago

I love a prawn or chicken korma. Love them all but that is my favourite. And got to have a naan to go with it x

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beccatavender
beccatavender1 month ago

I enjoy a Curry and recently I have become more adventurous. Our local Indian does a Chef choice, you just choice the heat, mild, medium or hot and they select for you. So far I have like all of them, including a fish curry which I would never chosen. Love anything with spinach.

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