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    The Teakdoor Curry Club thread

    Curry club time!

    Everyone loves a "Ruby"!

    Post up your pics and recipes here.

    I've got something special on the go tonight, pics later.

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    Extra garlic, shallots and thai peppercorns..
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    Sliced and diced then shallow fried in coconut oil..
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    1 kilo of chicken marinated for 24 hours in turmeric and pepper..
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    Into the pan..
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    Add the Tikka Massala sauce, chilli and bring to the boil.
    Let the flavours flood out then simmer..
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    Crack open a beer and watch Palace rip Man Utd a new one.
    Should be ready at full time.
    Shalom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    Tikka Massala sauce a
    I thought you were making a curry? Opening a sauce packet is like opening a jar of Prego for Italian cooking

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    The finished deal..
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    My only mistake was using Thai Jasmine rice instead of Basmati..
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    Very nice

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    What part of the chicken do you use Chitty?

    My wife used to use breast but now uses thigh and legs mainly because the meat is a lot more tender.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    I thought you were making a curry? Opening a sauce packet is like opening a jar of Prego for Italian cooking

    Indeed.

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    ^yup, I agree. It's like using microwavable or boil-in-bag rice.

    The last few months of covid, I've cooked several curries. Got the recipes from YT channel "Spice Eats" - run by an Indian couple (wife cooks, husband films & edits). Made the dishes from scratch. Had to order online some stuff like garam masala, coriander, etc since those are not readily available in supermarkets here. Fortunately, there's Lazada.

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    That's a lot more interesting than sabs old bachelor curry, Katie.

    Just fry some onions, add a tin of baked beans, then shake in a generous dose of curry powder- and presto! Goes fine with toast. Points for style if you fry up some sliced sausage with the onion, &/or some chopped tomato.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRealKW View Post
    Opening a sauce packet is like opening a jar of Prego for Italian cooking
    Quote Originally Posted by katie23 View Post
    It's like using microwavable or boil-in-bag rice.
    It's just embarrassing all round, really.

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    Are you surprised at all? He did show a pic of tinned "peeled potatoes" at one point that he was using.

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    Using a packet of spices isn’t too big of a cheat. I do it, too. It’s pretty hard to make a spice mixture for Indian food. There are so many ingredients!

    I do draw a line at a can of boiled potatoes, Joe. The shame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Using a packet of spices isn’t too big of a cheat. I do it, too. It’s pretty hard to make a spice mixture for Indian food. There are so many ingredients!
    Not really.

    Standards are Cumin, Coriander, Chilli and Turmeric. Then Garam Masala before serving. That dish would be piss easy to cook from scratch.

    And he hasn’t just used a packet of spices, has he. His entire sauce is from a jar.

    Everything except the chicken and rice is pre-prepared.

    And as for a second veggie dish...well, there’s no chance, is there.

    Like I said...embarrassing.

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    ^ Let’s see your chicken tikka masala from scratch, smarmy pants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    ^ Let’s see your chicken tikka masala from scratch, smarmy pants.
    Chicken Tikka Masala is an English, fake ‘Indian’ dish for Brit plebs.

    I’d never eat it, let alone make it.

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    Id never eat it, let alone make it.
    watch out, the gastro police are on patrol.

    nothing wrong with a ctk if it tastes good, as ctk certainly does.

    all this striving for "authenticity" is tiresome. if it tastes good then there is nothing wrong with it.

    do you think that you as a farang ever get an authentic thai dish served up when you order in a restaurant in thailand, of course you dont. you get the neutered falang equivalent.

    stupid boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    do you think that you as a farang ever get an authentic thai dish served up when you order in a restaurant in thailand, of course you dont. you get the neutered falang equivalent.
    The comment says nothing about Thai food in Thailand, but quite a lot about you in Thailand. I've eaten authentic Thai food in Thai restaurants countless times, as I'm sure many posters have.

    Anyway, I was going to upload some pics of a Chicken Masala and Aloo Gobi I made, mk, to show you it's not difficult...but the first picture came out sideways and I just can't be arsed.

    If anyone on TD cared about this place they'd have sorted that shit out by now, so why should posters care any more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post
    do you think that you as a farang ever get an authentic thai dish served up when you order in a restaurant in thailand, of course you dont. you get the neutered falang equivalent.

    stupid boy.
    Speak for yourself. Myself, and I know TC enjoy authentic Thai and Chinese/Thai meals both home cooked and out at restaurants all over Thailand damn near everyday. Your stereotype is much too broad. Its who you associate with in the case of sourcing out delicious Thai food.

    Many other posters are also well aware of what is real and what is not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taxexile View Post

    do you think that you as a farang ever get an authentic thai dish served up when you order in a restaurant in thailand, of course you dont. you get the neutered falang equivalent.
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    You really are a sad sack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Not really.

    Standards are Cumin, Coriander, Chilli and Turmeric. Then Garam Masala before serving. That dish would be piss easy to cook from scratch.

    And he hasn’t just used a packet of spices, has he. His entire sauce is from a jar.

    Everything except the chicken and rice is pre-prepared.

    And as for a second veggie dish...well, there’s no chance, is there.

    Like I said...embarrassing.
    Is there anything you're not brilliant at Cy? Apart from posting pictures to prove it obviously...

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    There's no hope for him, is there.

    Does this idiot imagine that you, for example, sit down with your extended Thai family and get your own separate dishes cooked for you? Or (possibly even less likely) that your extended Thai family is served and eats the 'neutered farang equivalent' of Thai food?

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    2 opening posts followed by 18 posts of attacks and abuse.


    Just needs a pedo comment before post 25 to make it classic TD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Is there anything you're not brilliant at Cy? Apart from posting pictures to prove it obviously...
    That post isn't anywhere near boasting that I'm brilliant at anything, let alone everything.

    I must be one of the least boastful posters on this entire forum.

    You're getting pretty pious these days. Seems just about nobody is posting quite as you'd like them to.

    We'll just have to try and not let it keep us awake at night, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    I must be one of the least boastful posters on this entire forum.
    Perhaps the most critical, though.

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    Well it's generating more chat than asking chitty about his 'dinner from a jar' ever would have.

    Or is the expected reply "You must give us the recipe"?

    - No, I don't think so.

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    A few randoms here from over the years: mutton curry, tandoori butter chicken, rogan josh, Goan vindaloo. All from scratch and all pretty easy (the chapatis are homemade too, but my missus's responsibility) with access to Youtube and a fat belly brought up on Indian/Bangladeshi/Pakistani food.

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