Romantic meal for two?
These are all quite concise but good recipes, I've found: Curry recipes - Recipes - BBC Good Food
Yes there are countless websites with instructions on but I am after a dumb / stupid / moron guide - [ you know how thick I am ] on how to make one. If you can point me to some sites that you have either used or know of then do your duty !!
Not a website, but this is probably what you want if you want to create something similar to what you'll get at the local takeaway
[ame=http://www.amazon.co.uk/Curry-Secret-Indian-Restaurant-Cookery/dp/0716020548]The Curry Secret : Indian Restaurant Cookery at Home: Amazon.co.uk: Kris Dhillon: Books[/ame]
But it's a pretty time consuming recipe - all of the dishes are made from a base sauce that needs quite a lot of preparation.
If you want to make an authentic curry you'll need to buy quite a few spices. I guess it depends how simple or complex you want to make it. After a bit of practice you'll be able to chop and change your spice mix to make all sorts of different curries. Can you tell I'm a bit of a curry fiend..? lol.
Depends on whether you like him or not but the Jamie Oliver's Ministry book has a fair few very easy curries in. Otherwise some of the new curry sauces with spice pots are good. Fry up meat with spices, add sauce & cook for a bit & either boil up rice separately or bung in with sauce and a bit more water.
I'll dig out my easy curry book that allowed me to bang out a veg curry in 20 mins that managed to satisfy my militant veggie, curry mad Dad. He thought I'd ordered it in!
I get my curries for home cooking here, seriously good stuff.
Rafis Spicebox > Home
Just order a couple of packs tailored to your liking and add the meat/veg of your choice. They also freeze either before or after cooking, so are excellent for cooking for small numbers.
Get a menu and ring a friend?
I cook curry at the music festivals, packet plus chicken job done!!
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