I have discovered curry
June 18, 2012 12:17pm CST
Hidden in my mother's pantry It smells like pancakes. Some of it got on my hands yesterday and I kept sniffing them. One of my daughters was like "You, weirdo, stop smelling your hands!". It took three washes to remove the scent and I was a little sad after it was gone :( Today I'm going to use it and make curried potato soup. What are your favorite curry dishes?
• United Kingdom
1 Feb 13
Pancakes? That reminds me, it's pancake day here in a week or so. All that fuss over eating flour and eggs (gag!) Good job I discovered maple syrup to help the medicine go down. Anyways, back to curry; yes, I love curry. When you have meat or even vegetables that need some flavour, the good old Indians provide us with curry that can give us that necessary zing to make the meal enjoyable. Only yesterday I watched The Hairy Bikers making their own curry paste. So many ingredients tho, so I doubt I would ever consider making my own.
• United Kingdom
2 Feb 13
Oh, did you look them up? Cool! I thought you couldn't get the bbc website over the pond, so I was prepared to type everything out long-hand for you. Yes, it was from their Thai Vegetable curry recipe. We all need a bit of spice in our lives and if some of it lingers on the fingers then all the better.
30 Jan 13
Dear friend, As an Indian, we do have curries most of days, it that I do like fish curry and chicken curry. There are special curry. When we have meals we do have mostly sambar it is spicy curry, we have it mostly during Hindu marriage functions and religious festivals.
• United States
18 Jun 12
I love curried chicken made with potatoes. I think it is one really nice meal. I don't make it oftenbecause I don't like that smell in my home. I also only like one kind of curry sold in the west indian shops. it's not that hard core curry that you smell on those people who live on curry meals. This bottle s sold from jamaica..