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bodger

Curry. Possibly not one for the purist.

Possibly not one for the purist but does anyone fancy trying this one?

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-humber-30718727

A pretty interesting slant on what our Victorian ancestors thought a curry should be.
Pilsbury

Actuallyit sounds quite nice, I may well try this for my next curry night although I would peel the apples
bodger

Let us know how you go on.
maltoid

I have a Victorian cookery book by Eliza Acton that has some great curry recipes in it, also a forme of cury which is a facsimile it's great if you can read the old English.
Seabird

Sounds quite good to me, but then I'm not a purist when cooking curries, making up as I go along, depending on ingredients available.

I nearly alwys add fruit, depending what I've got in the house - apples, pineapple, dried fruit - mango if I'm feeling flush. Finish off with a good dollop of coconut cream or creme fraiche or yoghurt and chopped coriander.

It's all down to personal taste isn't it?
sod

Seabird wrote:
Sounds quite good to me, but then I'm not a purist when cooking curries, making up as I go along, depending on ingredients available.

I nearly alwys add fruit, depending what I've got in the house - apples, pineapple, dried fruit - mango if I'm feeling flush. Finish off with a good dollop of coconut cream or creme fraiche or yoghurt and chopped coriander.

It's all down to personal taste isn't it?


You sound like my Mum she used to make curry like that

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