Making Indian restaurant/take away style curry at home

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nursebetty

Re: Making Indian restaurant/take away style curry at home

Post by nursebetty » Fri Jun 19, 2015 3:45 pm

That's a great Curry site
Anyone else add Coconut to their Kormas?
I noticed a few recipes they don't use coconut but I prefer it in korma :D
Once you have all the spices it's great, and when shopping I pick up a tin of coconut every so often.
Not too keen on my Indian food full of oils which is bad for you, so I only add small amount of oil.

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Re: Making Indian restaurant/take away style curry at home

Post by bobsbeer » Mon Sep 14, 2015 2:46 pm

I always put a tin of coconut milk in my Kormas. I think it helps with the creaminess. I don't usually add sugar as some recipes suggest, instead add a generous amount of ground almonds. I also add dried coconut to give a bit more body.
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Re: Making Indian restaurant/take away style curry at home

Post by tickle » Wed Sep 07, 2016 1:37 pm

here is another grate curry site

http://bircurries.co.uk/forum/

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