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messageTime to start cooking
Posted by DulwichFox March 26, 09:03AM

Hi All

Many of us are stuck at home Self-Isolating.
Maybe you are getting out to buy food but of course fresh food goes off if you do not use it.
So what about making some meals that you can make in bulk and freeze.

I have been following this guy for many months. He is called Al and his site is Al's Kitchen.
He has Dozens of Youtube Videos on how to make Authentic Restaurant Quality Indian Food.

Here is his Video on Indian Base Gravy. Once made you can add it to ANY Curry that you might make.



Hope you enjoy and try this recipe and follow Al and try some of his wonderful recipes.

DulwichFox

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by Seabag March 26, 05:57PM

Well done Foxy

Iíve just started to learn how to make sourdough bread. Iím currently making the ĎMotherí starter. Itís something Iíve always wanted to do.

If youíre on Instagram then follow @brickhousebread
[instagram.com]

The curry vid you posted looks 👍🏽

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by DulwichFox March 26, 06:32PM

Seabag Wrote:
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> Well done Foxy
>
> Iíve just started to learn how to make sourdough
> bread. Iím currently making the ĎMotherí starter.
> Itís something Iíve always wanted to do.
>
> If youíre on Instagram then follow
> @brickhousebread
> [instagram.com]
> lgqbvpgv
>
> The curry vid you posted looks 👍🏽

I have made a sourdough Starter before but my bread making is not too good. Just cannot get it right.
I always end up with a loaf that does not rise in the oven with a hard crust and wet soggy loaf inside.

I have a Instagram account and follow @brickhousebread

I am still trying to get my head around Instgram

Foxy.

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by mancity68 March 26, 08:58PM

Perfect. I am going to a virtual curry club next week so great ideas there for my meal.

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by diable rouge March 26, 10:12PM

Lots of counting the pennies recipes here... [cookingonabootstrap.com]

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by KidKruger March 26, 10:21PM

Foxy, good post.
I also cook curry a lot and recently found this decent recipe for life-like madras, including base gravy recipe.
I agree cooking batches is an efficient way to operate and recommend this recipe.
(dunno how to embed links, so just grab it and paste it).
[youtu.be]

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by DulwichFox March 26, 10:48PM

Hi KK.

Embeding is really easy.
Just Right click on Youtube Vid and Copy embed code
then paste in EDF

Have a good one..

Foxy

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by se22cat March 27, 12:15AM

It's sunny, but still chilly, the perfect warming dish is Japanese curry rice, if you luck out & find some vegetables for sale! You can get the roux from The Rice Wine Shop [cheapest] or even from Amazon. Here's how to make this easily adaptable & highly addictive meal

[www.youtube.com]

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by holloway March 27, 11:55AM

Heartily recommend this recipe...
[www.jamieoliver.com]

messageRe: Time to start cooking
Posted by fishbiscuits March 27, 12:06PM

se22cat Wrote:
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> You can get the roux from The Rice Wine Shop or even from Amazon.

Yes we sometimes get those blocks of Japanese curry sauce. But they're quite expensive, and it's easy to make from scratch.. butter, flour, spices.. that's about it.


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