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Ham Nox wrote:Hmm. Perhaps I need to increase my horizons a bit more. I order the same thing--chicken tandori and buttered naan--every time I go to an Indian restaurant.
I'm hesitant to try curry. I don't have a very high tolerance for spicy...
daftbeaker wrote:Cardinal Fang wrote:If you want to cook a seriously good curry, do it in a slow cooker. I put it in before I go to work and it's done when I come home. Cooking it long and slow means the spices mellow and mature.
Cook the meat or onions first or just bodge all the ingredients in together and let them get on with it?
My dad has a slow cooker, I may commandeer it over the summer
I've been to Balbir's (that's the one where you can talk to the waiter about what kind of food you like and they choose it for you, rather than having to use the menu); I used to live right next door to Mister Singh's India, so I've been there loads of times; I raved about Mother India earlier on in this thread; and for Mrs. H.'s birthday I think we're going to go to KoolBa. She doesn't know this yet, but I think we are.Auntie wrote:Members of the public were asked to vote for their favourite Indian restaurant and of the 66 Glasgow restaurants to receive a nomination, Balbir's, KoolBa, Mister Singh's India and Mother India Café secured the most.