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.+1 from me. I'm not a fan of very hot food - but these are very tasty and simple to make.
This will do a chippy Chinese curry.I've tried for years to replicate a Chinese Curry Sauce and the nearest I got was with Maysan Curry Paste.
They do Original... Mild ... Hot etc.
I normally buy a tin of supermarket beef/chicken curry then band some Maysan paste in the mix and it's not bad.
Always amazed me how Chinese Takeaways wherever you are tastes very similar.
Fair enough.Mine are too, but sometimes I crave a more British curry experience, or something that my folks wouldn't cook (e.g. south Indian food or Thai curries, or fish).
Mine are virtually veggie now but weren't when I was growing up. Which part of India are yours from? Mine are punjabi but both grew up in Bombay/Mumbai.Fair enough.
to be honest, I make stuff my parents never have but by watching them I gained a grounding in the basics.
the biggest difference is they are veggie, I am not.