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Go_slows blog for recipes and general cooking stuff

This blog was created so I could share my recipes for curries and also to record in one place recipes others suggest.

  1. Gaon Fish Curry

    by , 28-09-08 at 11:03 (Go_slows blog for recipes and general cooking stuff)
    Had this last night having not cooked it for a long time, I'd forgotten what a great flavour it had. If you cant get monkfish then any white fish will do.

    1Ĺ tsp ground turmeric
    1 tsp salt
    1lb monkfish, filleted, deskinned and cut into 1 inch cubes
    16 large cooked prawns (I bought a 200g pack which was about right)
    1 large onion
    2tsp Cumin seeds
    2tsp Coriander Seeds
    2tsp black peppercorns
    4 cloves garlic (1 heaped tsp lazy garlic) ...
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  2. The rice recipes

    by , 03-03-08 at 08:53 (Go_slows blog for recipes and general cooking stuff)
    The following 2 recipes have been modified, improved and generally messed about with over time to get them to a point where I am happy with them. Being able to do a biriyani in the oven is excellent since this can be left to its own devices whilst you work on other dishes.

    Heres something to keep you going, I like this recipe since the cup size for it does not matter as long as you use the same cup (mug) size for all the ingredients.

    Pulao Rice

    This makes ...
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  3. An excellent Paneer Recipe

    by , 29-02-08 at 08:35 (Go_slows blog for recipes and general cooking stuff)
    This recipe was posted by Karma mechanic on this thread, it is excellent so I decided to post it to the blog so I and others can access it as need be.

    Quote Originally Posted by Karma mechanic View Post
    Pax,
    I can't claim 50 years of experience but have been making paneer since I was 16. I always use full-fat milk (Gold top if at all possible) as it gives the best yield. I have successfully used semi-skimmed milk but have never got skimmed to work. I also use citric acid solution (1 teaspoon in a small glass of water) as the curd-initiator.
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  4. Chilli Vodka - the work of the devil

    by , 31-01-08 at 08:50 (Go_slows blog for recipes and general cooking stuff)
    After the chilli harvest last year I was left with a load of chilliís and no idea what to do with them. Having asked for some advice I was told to put some chilliís in vodka to make a nice flavoured drink.

    The person who suggested it didnít specify the exact amount so, since I liked chilliís, I thought what that hell. A small bottle of vodka was purchased and into this half bottle went 12 small birds eye chilliís and 2 scotch bonnets. I didnít really expect much so I popped the bottle ...
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  5. Microwave Baked Beans, is that what its come to?

    by , 28-01-08 at 09:40 (Go_slows blog for recipes and general cooking stuff)
    What's all that about? I saw an advert yesterday for microwave baked beans. Have we, as a country, become so lazy that we cannot even open a tin of beans, throw the contents into a saucepan and stir for a few minutes.

    I know some will argue convenience, no need to do washing up, you can be doing something else whilst your beans warm up but come on, seriously, what exactly are you going to do for that 1 minute? Is it really really important you have your beans in 1 minute?
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