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    Go get yourself a herbal tea, your blood pressure is rising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
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    Classic thread!



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    Made a batch of Tandoori tonight.

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    It was not as hot as the recent Vindaloo so I chopped 4 birdseye chillis and chucked them in and that did the job.

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    But I then made the mistake of scratching the top of my arse crack with my chilli fingers.

    Fook me arse was stinging during dinner.

    I tried to ignore it for 4 hours assuming it would abate anon.

    Finally gave in and googled up a cure.

    So I have been dabbing the top section of my burnt cleft with vinegar for half an hour and things seem to be sorting themselves out.

    Apparently Capsaicin is an alkaline chemical and any kind of acid will neutralise it.

    If you have a burning mouth apparently acidic orange juice will help more than the milk I usually go for. Although milk is also slightly acidic.

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    ^hmm. Haven't tried orange/ lemon juice to alleviate spicyness, have just used milk, ice cream or yoghurt.

    Your Tandoori looked good, loops. No fish pie surprise for the new year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    Haven't tried orange/ lemon juice to alleviate spicyness, have just used milk, ice cream or yoghurt.
    You are not going to catch me pouring yoghurt into my bum cleft Katie no matter how secure in my masculinity I happen to be.

    You are an adventurous and imaginative woman!

    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    Your Tandoori looked good, loops. No fish pie surprise for the new year?
    Recently I have been focusing on how to cram more protein into my curry (using pea protein powder and extra chicken) but that has got me thinking that a few measures of whey protein might go a long way to turbo-charging the white sauce that makes the fish pie surprise. And also amping up the fish content 2x or 3x

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    Try lentils as well Loops.

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    ^

    Lentils: Nutrition, Benefits, and How to Cook Them

    Though different types of lentils may vary slightly in their nutrient content, 1 cup (198 grams) of cooked lentils generally provides the following (4Trusted Source):


    • Calories: 230
    • Carbs: 39.9 grams
    • Protein: 17.9 grams




    Is that right 17.9g is as high as most fish?

    Some other links say only 9g per 100g boiled.

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    Plus they really work in curries!!

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    ^^Looks great, Looper. ^Good one, Lentils (beans for that matter) are also very high in fiber which keep you full and make you go poop!

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    Lamb Bhuna with all the extras tonight..

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    Call me an ambulance.

    #stuffed
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    That looks good , well done the identical plastic pots suggest a take away around 13 notes where I order this dish every time I'm in Eryri with a few garlic nan's or DIY?

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    Quote Originally Posted by david44 View Post
    well done the identical plastic pots suggest a take away
    The curry and rice cooked properly also suggest a take away.

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    And still he doesn't order any veg.


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    See that little tub on the left?

    Pickles are made from vegetables.

    Mind, he didn't actually order that, just came free with the meal.

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    The curry looks tasty, but needs half the rice and double the slop.

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    ^^^^^Saffron rice. Nice touch. haven't seen that for a while


    Today was a new curry batch after 2 weeks on the Tom Yam

    Tikka Masala this time

    I brown the onions first and then fry the 1.2kg of chicken and add the paste as the chicken is sealing

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    Then add 2 tins of tomatoes and 2 tins of coconut cream and then do the witches brew of spices and condiments and garlic and ginger

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    Then pimp my protein and serve, but this time added some flour, as relying on protein powder alone does not get quite the right consistency and the pea protein imposes itself on the flavours if overdone

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    This curry is a chicken dinner winner. There is something about this batch that is truly addictive eating. I thing moderating the protein with flour was a key step.

    I told Signorina Singapore about the awesome batch yesty and she decided to come down from Brisbane to take back possession of her beloved VW SUV after my 2 week test drive, so we watched the waxing gibbous moon rising over Burleigh.

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    Dinner was served amid much anticipation with the smells wafting from the kitchen.

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    She polished off the whole plate despite having been complaining of having no appetite for the past few weeks.

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    This long grain white basmati is big improvement on the strange short grain fake 'basmati' that I got conned with last time. White basmati is way more moreish than brown. But that probably makes the brown healthier since you don't eat so much of it.

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    I had a cracking ruby at the weekend at this South Indian place I've been frequenting of late. I was planning on just having a dosa or something, but you know how it is when you open those magic doors, get the whiff of spices and hear Ravi Shankar on in the background.



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    A couple of portions or rice, onion bhajis, two aloo parathas, which ended up being all mine; Chettinad lamb, a mutton curry I'd never had before and a butter chicken just to try and take some of the heat away. I loaded up the spice a bit too much and was paying for it the next day, but it was all bang on and there's nothing like a taste of home, is there?


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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    paying for it the next day,
    That's par for the course with a decent Ruby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    That's par for the course with a decent Ruby!
    It's not normally quite as spicy as I like it, so I decided to overstate it to get the amount I wanted and told the waiter I wanted it "extra spicy."

    It was a different chef that day, obviously.



    I'd never dream of saying that at home cos I know the consequences and have made a mental note not to do it at this place on a Sunday.

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    ^^^Nice touch with the pint of lager for osophageal lubrication Hal. The natural curry complement when out on the town




    Tandoori tower of peas'a

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    Pea protein supplemented by actual peas

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    1.7kg of chicken to up the protein stakes

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    Respecto!

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    My long lost Khmer GF from Canberra 2005 flew in from PP to attend a conference in Melbourne this week and made a trip up to Gold Coast to catch up after 16 years since the last time I saw her in Cambodge.

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    Day 4 and the Tandoori batch was still as fresh as a daisy and got the thumbs up

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    The fairy lights had bust a fuse so as the embers dimmed in the fire-pit we were forced to make our own entertainment.

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    Curry and romance, a winning windy combination! Nice curry's as well Loops!

    Nice find Hal, that looked like a great spread. What beer did you have with it?

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    Loopers still td,s number one shagger. The guys like a walking hard on. Is there any Nationality that he hasn't got his wings? I for one am mighty impressed. Onya loopy . Ya mad rooter

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