Does anyone have an easy recipe for curry.?

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i love going to Indian restaurants, would love to learn how to cook my own curry, yes I have tried to look up the recipes, but it dosent taste the same???

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    Lucy 2017-06-12

    Cooking teacher Ruta Kahate has chosen easy-to-find spices coriander, cumin, mustard, cayenne pepper, and turmericto.With five common spices and a few basic ingredients, home cooks can create fifty mouthwatering Indian dishes, as diverse as they are delicious.tumeric is a very gd spice to add in curry and maybe red pepper also if you know about it , garam masala tastes good in curry

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    Lincoln 2017-07-18

    Yup. It's safer if you go with the kabobs.Yes, Thai curry is different than Indian curry. Not all Indian food has curry...try butter chicken, I think it's the Indian equivalent of fried rice, in that most people like it.

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    Jacob 2017-05-13

    Indian of course- curry,pakora and tandoori galore, there is far more tastes and spices and I love the barbecue aroma when you step in a carry-out!Chinese is my favorite..however Indian is good too...............

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    Sebastian 2017-05-18

    Absolutely INDIAN!. Chinese used to be a fair bit cheaper than Indian, but these last couple of years, it's about the same price. Pound for pound, indian has much more flavour, so If I'm having a takeaway, may as well be the best one - Indian...Indian any day, any where, any time

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    Isaac 2017-06-17

    Check here. http://search.yahoo.com/search?search=In...try this website: http://www.recipesindian.com/

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    Stella 2017-06-26

    http://www.curryfrenzy.com/curry/html/cu...There are many recipes online, but off the cuff I´d say turmeric, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, coriander seeds, cloves, onion and garlic. You make a paste with this and use it to flavor the curry.

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    Riley 2017-05-25

    an easy way to cook indian curry is to go to your local asian store or large supermarket and find the packets of ready mixed spices like garam masala. there will be a large choice. otherwise marks & spencers and other supermarkets offer meal deals where you can buy a jar of sauce with the rice and the naan bread. mmmm.

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    Matthew 2017-07-11

    You're really misunderstanding Indian food. 'Curry' just means sauce, but it's often used to refer to any Indian food. There's a wide range of indian dishes, some hot and some less hot. I suggest you speak to the waiter and say you don't want anything too hot ie with too much chilli in. Spicy isn't the same as hot: most spices aren't 'hot' like chili. Good dishes to start with are a mild creamy korma, Bhel Puri, some of the delicious breads or onion bhajis. You might like to try a south indian restaurant as it's a milder form of cooking than the north It's really delicious: it's time to stop being scared and prejudiced and try some.yes but sometimes they have nanbread and meat dishes

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