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Best home made curry kits.

brad123

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Used a simply cook pack from Asda to make a gorgeous chicken curry, bit like a korma, so now after a kit thats a stronger curry, maybe masala etc. Anyone use owt?

Maybe a nice lamb curry not too hot.
 
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494930

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This one with lamb :love:
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IronGiant

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"Not too hot..." :laugh:
 

KyleS1

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Get a proper Indian paste. If you have an Indian wholesaler, pop in there, else check the world food isles in the supermarket.
 

IronGiant

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I quite like the Spice Tailor packs, but only if they are on special offer.
 

spudtator

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If you don't want to start totally from scratch, Patak do some very good curry pastes Patak's Indian curry products and recipes
Slowly fry off some garlic, ginger and onion and add the paste. Cook off for a few minutes. Add a tin (or some fresh) tomatoes and some water.
I usually add some sliced small chillis and fresh coriander. Spoon full of lime pickle also is nice and adds a sharp note.
You'll get 3 or 4 curries from a jar and they store well.
 

KyleS1

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Pataks are nice but I’ve found they all pretty much taste the same.
 

mtenga

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+1 from me. I'm not a fan of very hot food - but these are very tasty and simple to make.
Yes I love Spice Tailor too. My friend initially thought they were too expensive but came around when she tasted the quality. A cut above any jar and usually better than when I manually put the spices together myself.
 

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