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    Leery Lulu & M'Babudje's Chicken Chick Pea Curry-aliscio.

    Chicken breasts
    3 small onions.
    4 cloves of garlic.

    Coriander seeds
    Black pepper
    Cumin seeds

    Spices (1 Tsp of each) :

    Chili
    Paprika
    Curry
    Masala
    Tumeric
    Coriander root.

    Can of tomatoes and Chick Peas.
    1 cup of chicken stock.
    Coriander.






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    Toast the coriander seeds, black pepper and cumin seeds in your dry pan.



    Grind.


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    Brown the chicken and remove.



    Using the same pan, add some more oil and add the ground toasted seeds, with the minced onion and garlic.

    Add the rest of the spices and the chicken after a few minutes.

    Fry it up and add the tinned tomatoes, chick peas and chicken stock. Bring to the boil then simmer for 10 mins to let it reduce.

    Will look like:


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    You know that the 'curry powder' is just a combination of the other spices in the picture plus cumin, right?

    Why not just add cumin?

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    Put into the serving bowl and pull the chicken breasts apart with forks.

    Garnish with ripped coriander and parsley.






    Served with bread and rice.





    M'Babudje-tastico.

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    I would like to deny that there has been any speculation that this was all made up bollocks bought from 7/11 and slung together to trick the electorate.

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    I'm assuming this is another African dish he's eaten...googling the recipe name now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    I would like to deny that there has been any speculation that this was all made up bollocks bought from 7/11 and slung together to trick the electorate.
    At least he gives it a go at fusion experimentation!!!
    Kudos, Lulu.


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    Variety's the spice of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Toast the coriander seeds, black pepper and cumin seeds in your dry pan.
    You took note. Well done.
    But you really shouldn't toast the peppercorns...they lose too much essential oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    You know that the 'curry powder' is just a combination of the other spices in the picture plus cumin, right?

    Why not just add cumin?
    I wonder if Bob will be as disparaging that Lulu uses bought curry powder. He and ENT apparently create their own from spices picked by virgin boys on new moon eves on the southern slopes of mountains fertilised by roaming wild horses.

    Waughs is not bad. Nguan Soon's (Villa Market) is excellent.
    The toasting of cummin and corriander seeds is essential, no matter that the masala may be made with them.
    I would have added toasted black mustard seeds.

    I'd suggest also to put your tomato pulp in first and let it brown a bit...the Maillard effect. It really makes a difference.
    Last edited by Maanaam; 05-01-2018 at 08:16 PM.

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    I just love the scat queen as cheerleader recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Variety's the spice of life.

    All very well until you get AIDS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    AIDS.
    Some say AIDS, some say exciting!


    Don't be a bore bud.

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    I see flatulence and some poor fucker scraping out brown seeds on laundry day

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    Some people pay good money to do that.

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    So thats why Jeffs bein so nice

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    stop being a creep Lulu - your as good at cooking as you are at pulling birds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    So thats why Jeffs bein so nice
    He's joined Lulu's repo circle jerk. I get the regular reds and "Moron" comments.

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    ^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maanaam View Post
    Lulu's repo
    It does drive you crazy, doesn't it.

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    looks delish.... but I'll pas due to my acid reflux

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    Duly noted, Sir.

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    Excellent effort Mrs Lulu, I'm using to lubricate my rear axle and oil my buffalo. It may not be netiquette but where do I stick the pwopadom?

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