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    Default Favorite curry

    I love my spicy foods, I've listed mostly British, but also Thai, Indian and American curry dishes too, theirs only so much someone in the middle of England can list.

    For me probably Jalfrezi

    edit: help of wikipedia here.....
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    Default Re: Favorite curry

    Butter chicken.

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    Huh?

    Man, living in Iowa your whole life means missing out on a load of different curry, apparently...
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    rendang curry comes in tins here in Singapore and they are delicious.

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    No shashlik?

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    Quote Originally Posted by InsaneApache View Post
    No shashlik?

    Madras here. Just re-found it after 30 years.
    Shashlik wasnt on wikipedia


    Anyway I'm sure you can find something close to it

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    Im more of a kebab then curry man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 777Ares777 View Post
    Shashlik wasnt on wikipedia


    Anyway I'm sure you can find something close to it
    Shashlik is eatern-european, Hungary I believe.

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    Default Re: Favorite curry

    Some of these are not really curries...


    Ayam Rendang since my wife makes the best there is
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    Vindaloo all the way. The combination of spicey burn, fatty curried meat, with the acidic vinegar cutting through it all is hard to top for me.

    Never been a big fan of thai curries, too much coconut milk for me. I do love boat noodles and would kill my own mother to have a place local where it was made.

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    I can eat curry continuously for more then a month. Breakfast, Lunch and dinner.

    I love my curry. I voted for Curry Raisu but, any type of curry is good for me.

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    After working at an Indian restaurant for a stint I started making Cajun Curry.
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    Heck, I never had any idea there was more than one kind of curry. I do not like curry itself, so why bother?

    SO what are all these different types? Do they actually taste much different, and are they all considered curry??
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    Curry is that stuff that comes in the raman noodles package right?

    Chicken is my favorite...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aemilius Paulus View Post
    Heck, I never had any idea there was more than one kind of curry. I do not like curry itself, so why bother?

    SO what are all these different types? Do they actually taste much different, and are they all considered curry??
    I thought Curry Powder + Coconut Milk is the standard "Curry" as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quietus View Post
    I thought Curry Powder + Coconut Milk is the standard "Curry" as well.
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    Curry Powder+ Coconut Milk seems like Thai curry.

    All the curry are different depending on their ingredient and flavor.

    For instance Thai based curry usually uses Coconut Milk thus making the curry more mild.

    Indian Curry...Well they are too many of them listed. But in general they tend to be more spicy.

    Butter chicken is the western style iirc. They are way too sweet for my taste.

    Japanese Curry Curry Raisu is similer to Beef Stew. They don't have the smell of spice like the Indian curry so its more likely to be accepted by everyone where as Indian curry can be a bit of no no sometimes.

    Definition of curry is that they use curry powder iirc. Other then that taste of curry is very very different as well as the colour and the smell.


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    Madras, with Panang coming a close second.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasaki Kojiro View Post
    raman noodles
    Now you're talking. Where is the Ramen option?

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    Phaal is my favorite, but I usually make Thai at home because the rest of the family doesn't like it suicidal hot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asai Nagamasa View Post
    Now you're talking. Where is the Ramen option?
    Curry Ramens are Curry flavoured Ramen. Ramen comes first before the curry thus it doesn't get counted as curry.

    Though I do love them


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    There are different kinds of curry?

    I just know curry sausage...

    Well, and yellowish curry sauce, but that's about it.
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    I prefer a very spicy green Thai curry, with a good deal of burn and a subtle undertone of lemongrass, green onions and coconut milk. It goes perfectly with shredded beef and eggplant.

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    I prefer the Thai curries, specifically Panang and red. Not a big fan of many of the Indian curries, but I had a Ceylon curry a while back that nearly killed me, so I will give that one props.
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    What about chips with curry sauce?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhyfelwyr View Post
    What about chips with curry sauce?
    I put a curry sauce option, the chips themselves don't make the curry....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 777Ares777 View Post
    I put a curry sauce option, the chips themselves don't make the curry....
    Sorry never thought of that, I shall place my vote!
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    Default Re: Favorite curry

    Penang, or red Thai, but yellow is good as well. And green!

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    Bachelor Japanese curry-rice: How-to vid, with music. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beefy187 View Post
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    Curry Powder+ Coconut Milk seems like Thai curry.

    All the curry are different depending on their ingredient and flavor.

    For instance Thai based curry usually uses Coconut Milk thus making the curry more mild.

    Indian Curry...Well they are too many of them listed. But in general they tend to be more spicy.

    Butter chicken is the western style iirc. They are way too sweet for my taste.

    Japanese Curry Curry Raisu is similer to Beef Stew. They don't have the smell of spice like the Indian curry so its more likely to be accepted by everyone where as Indian curry can be a bit of no no sometimes.

    Definition of curry is that they use curry powder iirc. Other then that taste of curry is very very different as well as the colour and the smell.
    No, I meant for curry in general in response to "are they all considered curry?". Like Patty + Bun is the standard "Hamburger". Curry powder as the flavoring and coconut milk as the sauce/thickener. We used to make coconut milk straight from coconuts when we were little kids. Nowadays, it's canned. It's an all-purpose sauce.

    There's really no difference from a "stew", just variations to a theme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quietus View Post
    No, I meant for curry in general in response to "are they all considered curry?". Like Patty + Bun is the standard "Hamburger". Curry powder as the flavoring and coconut milk as the sauce/thickener. We used to make coconut milk straight from coconuts when we were little kids. Nowadays, it's canned. It's an all-purpose sauce.

    There's really no difference from a "stew", just variations to a theme.
    Ah sorry my bad

    Normal curry is just anything stew/ soup like which uses curry powder. Usually Indian curry are considered standerd as they were the original curry masters.

    I suppose all of them are curries as long as they keep the Stew/Soup format.


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