Whats your favourite curry?

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Karahi Ghosht, medium hot, 4-5 chapattis and a shed load of beer...bliss!!!

And now my mouth's watering...thanks!! :roll:


Too many favourites to mention.

Keema and Mushroom Balti or
Chicken Tikka or Prawn Methi/Jalfrezi/Saag

No rice, prefer Bombay Aloo or Mushroom Bhaji, and either stuffed paratha or Keema Naan.

Copious amounts of Kingfisher.


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Spicy Popadoms and Onion Bhaji to start then
King Prawn Dhansak
Pilau or Lemon Rice
Bombay Potato
Plain Naan

and loads of Cobra beer and/or red wine.

In fact, I think I'm going for a curry tonight.



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1) Rajput, Harrogate: Lal Mas. To die for.
2) Karachi Club, Bradford: Lamb Bhuna
3) Kashmir, Bradford: Lamb Rogon
4) Kushi, Harrogate: Lamb Rogon cooked madras hot, a.k.a. 'the usual, sir?'.



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Chicken Madras with boiled rice and garlic naan...hmmmm :)

Buffet night at the Aagraa on the A64 near York is a a belter too....hmmmmmmmmmm :D
hmmm.... hungry now!!!

Good thing I'm going for a curry later. Shimla Pinks in Manchester.

Anyhoo... my favourite...

Prawn Jhinga/Mixed Starter

King Prawn Sagwala, or Tandoori Chicken Karahi
Channa Bhuna/Channa Paneer

The obligatory Cobra/Kingfisher..

Rachel is a happy lady!

:D :D :D

Naomi McFadyen

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Yea I'm getting hungry too... Mmmmm, Korma in freezer WAITING for me to gobble it up...

Rach, make sure you go to Leyland next Thursday wont you for Curry after rehearsal! (29th) the special occasion of my day of birth! :lol:


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Spinach and Potato Balti, mmm mmm. Has to be from Brum though - the heathens down here don't do it right!


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Mine's chicken tikka masala - although I do like a chicken korma too.

The thing about milder curries is that you actually get to taste all the different flavours rather than just getting your mouth burned :wink:



Chicken tikka masala or lamb rogan josh for me. Preferably with garlic nan, and lots of it! ;-)

There are a number of Indian places here in Chicago which have all-you-can-eat buffets for lunch. I find I can eat an awful lot of samosas for $8 or $10 - I don't think they're making much money on me!

I've also prescribed myself a vindaloo when I had a cold. First time I could breathe freely in a week! :-D



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I'm not one for particularly hot curries, although I'm quite happy to sample anything at one of our buffet evenings.

My usual choice, though, would be chicken or prawn biryani, or chicken malaya, accompanied by nan and stuffed paratha, and mushroom bahji.

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