Most Indians will make up what is best described in english as a base chilli paste known as a sambal. This is basically chillies, ginger and garlic with a little oil and vinegar. Place the ginger in a food processor and process till it is smooth. Add the chillies and whole garlic and process so that the chillies and garlic are about very small pieces i.e. the size of the chilli seeds. Slow the processor so it is just stirring the mix, and dribble in a little oil and white
The following guide is something I have put together to help provide a starting point for people wanting to cook curries at home. I don’t cook to exact measurements and generally curries are not overly affected if you vary what goes in. For example you may use 2 large onions instead of 3 medium onions or add more or less chilli, its all to taste really.
The first recipe is the way my mum taught me to cook curry. I’m the youngest of 6 children, after raising 4 girls I guess
Oooooohhhhhh a place for micro-rants.
Teenage sons,OH,work, where will it go...
Between ferrying kids and M about I spent a pleasant afternoon with the airgun in the garden in preparation for the Bunnyfest come Spring. Sights are out since the last time I used it.
So far, I have taken the dogs for a lovely long walk on the beach, upt the Luccombe cliff steps, and home, all in glorious sunshine, now though, its back to the grindstone, i need to get up on the kitchen flat roof, and apply a liberal coating of bitumen paint..sigh
Still, the Chelsea game isnt until 5.15 tonight
He he he
I'm going to track my fitness improvement, mainly to annoy Pax
Today's BMF session at Stoke Park in Guildford went much better then the previous ones (well, this was lesson 3) It's funny that last week I was absolutely knackered but this week I think I paced myself too much and wasn't completely knackered at the end of the session.
My shoulder/neck has stopped hurting and I hope I don't get the agony that I had last Monday.