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The Curry Bible

The Curry Bible

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This is a great combination of Indian spicing with the fresh traditional flavours of Wales. Plenty of flavour, but only mild in heat, so a favourite for the whole family. The spring onion and leeks really work well together and don’t forget, make sure the lamb is Welsh! Ingredients:

Yes, it makes it faster to light up your barbecue at times but your food won’t be nearly as good. Another tip is to use Make this recipe your own… Place the flattened naan in a hot frying pan and wait until big bubbles form. If cooking over gas, you can turn the pan toward the flame to char the top some. If not, you could just flip it over but some of the bubbles will deflate. Special instructions if cooking over gas…Although this instant naan recipe can be prepared from start to finish in about 30 minutes, you can and should work ahead if time allows. Yes! You can freeze it wet or roll it into balls with more flour. Then place in the freezer, covered tightly. This instant naan recipe can be frozen for up to 6 months.

I always use top quality, restaurant grade charcoal from Big K Products. In this case I used briquettes but I also highly recommend their lump wood charcoal for this style of cooking. Stir in the garlic and ginger paste and fry for about 30 seconds and then add the ground spices. Move the spices around in the pan until the onions are nicely coated and then add the sugar and chopped tomatoes. That’s right. The dough is very wet, like full fat cream when you first make it. That is how it is stored and restaurants. If you keep it covered in the fridge for one or two days, it comes alive and the flavour gets even better.

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Heat the oil in a large frying pan or karahi over medium high heat. When the oil begins to shimmer, stir in the chopped onions and fry for about 7 minutes or until soft and light golden brown in colour. As the dough is so soft, you shouldn’t need a rolling pin. Dip you fingers in the oil and this start patting the first dough ball to flatten it. Continue slapping it until it is thin and flat. Repeat with the remaining dough balls. This recipe is made up of two stages. The first stage is the marinade and slow roast of the lamb, the second stage is putting all of the ingredients together as a biryani. Enjoy. Stage 1 Ingredients: I prefer my curries spicier so I add a little red chilli powder to mine. Again, this isn’t normally done in a chasni but if it sounds good to you, do it. What about the colouring? This is a recipe from my new cookbook ‘The Curry Guy Bible’, where it is called onion pakora curry.

I recommend covering the dough at this time with a wet cloth and letting it sit for at least 3 hours or overnight for best results. That said, you could just jump right into finishing the recipe at this stage.A medium heat Rajasthani dish, the Jaipuri is very simple to prepare and very tasty. The mint sauce adds a wonderful sweetness to the dish, if you prefer it a little more savoury, just use dried, chopped mint. To change between mild, medium and hot, simply vary the quantity of chilli powder used. Ingredients: until nicely charred on the underside. This should take about five minutes. Rotate the skewers to cook the other side, again for about 5 minutes. Now start pouring in the flour, whisking as you do. Once you’ve added all the flour, it will still look very soupy and far too wet to work into dough balls.

Note, however, not all onion bhajis are created equal. You will get excellent results following my recipes or purchasing them from an Indian grocer. You probably already have some if not all of these ingredients but if you don’t, they’re readily available at most supermarkets! If you’d like to make naans, why not try one of these? Instant naans, Peshwari naans, stove top naans, keema naans, garlic naans, tandoor naans(if you have a tandoor oven), or if you’re cooking outdoors, karahi naans. To make the large batch, I use 1 kilo of flavour and a litre of liquid. Where I use only one egg in this small instant naan recipe to serve 4 to 6, for the large batch, I use three. remaining marinade. Whisk the mustard oil, yoghurt and ground spices together until smooth. The yoghurt might look like it has curdled a bit but it will all be fine in the end.

What about the colouring?

The influence of the Indian curry has been far-reaching: Indian immigrants and traders influenced the cooking of many other great cuisines of the world, including those of Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan and China. History blends with recipes in this meticulously researched book, which will prove fascinating reading for food lovers everywhere.



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