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    Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    come school wi noh?
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    Re: Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    yeah...teach how to make "Doubles."
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    Re: Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    whassup?

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    Re: Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    you mentioned in the lunch post about indian food. please share you knowledge. hope i'm not putting you on the spot.
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    Re: Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    okay - i'm headed home from work now - still no computer at home due to the fire (will buy one this month) but I will return tomorrow to talk about Indian food and Monk I will find a recipe for "doubles" for you - plenty of folks at my job to ask

    reggaegirl - i discovered indian food when i was a vegetarian - there are a lot of veggie choices in their diet - most hindu's are vegetarian

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    Re: Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    take care seveen. sorry to hear about the fire.
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    Re: Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    Seveen,

    If yuh have any homemade curry recipies, please share. I have always wanted to know how to make my own curry spice.

    BTW, are you still in the hotel?
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    Re: Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    I got this from a gong fu brother of mine after we got back from trinidad, actually it comes from a cigar buddy of mine but the gong fu brother stamps his approval.

    he says:
    Curry powder is as variable as curry. In other words, to your own spec. But generally I'd make a spice mixture and convert it into a paste by mortaring it with a combination of mustard oil and vegetable oil.

    The base should be a good garam masala mixture.
    Then chilis - I'd use the fierce little red and green ones rather than the stronger Habanero which I don't think you find on the subcontinent. Dried chilis are fine, better than powder.
    Mustard seeds, black onion seeds. Asafoetida. Ginger. Garlic.
    Black pepper.
    And for nuances - clove, cinnamon, cardamom, to taste.
    Turmeric can add some colour.

    Tamarind's excellent if you make a curry paste.
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    Re: Seveen - INDIAN FOOD

    I eat Indian at least once a week and this is what I get:


    Vegetarian variety
    Though the menu is decidedly uncarnivorous, there’s enough variety and subtle seasonings here to ensure that no one will miss the meat. For many of Pushap’s devout patrons, ordering is as easy as one, two, thali! For $5, thali specials are an affordable and nutritious choice, providing a full meal on a metal plate with divided sections designed to contain different offerings. Pushap’s thalis usually feature two vegetable curries of the day—eggplant or cauliflower, for example—plus a protein-rich dahl. Unpretentious dishes are rounded out with a choice nan, paratha and other flatbreads.

    This is from the restaurant's web site
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    Indian Food - Yummy

    Let's start with this so the recipes don't seem so confusing - everyone eats the same thing - there are no new vegetables on the planet - my mom always wants to know what they eat in Jamaica - chicken, beef, pork i say. i think she thinks they have chickalow or something there.

    so here goes . . .

    Hindi English

    Adrak Ginger
    Ajwain Carom
    Aloo Potato
    Amchoor Unripe Mango -powder
    Besan Chick pea flour
    Bhindi Okra
    Brinjal Aubergine
    Chana dal Split chick peas
    Chaval Rice
    Dahi Yoghurt
    Dhania Coriander
    Elaichi Cardamom
    Garam masala Spice blend
    Ghee Clarified butter
    Gobhi Cauliflower
    Haldi Turmeric
    Mirch, mirchi Chillies
    Hing Asafoetida
    Imli Tamarind
    Jaggery / Gor Raw cane sugar
    Jeera Cumin
    Kachori Deep fried savoury pastries
    Kalonji Nigella
    Karela Bitter gourd
    Lasan Garlic
    Lassi Yoghurt drink
    Lavang Cloves
    Methi Fenugreek seeds
    Masoor dal Red split lentils
    Mooli White raddish
    Panchphoran Bengali 5-spice mix.
    Cumin,Fennel,Nigella,Fenugreek,and Mustard seeds
    Podina Mint
    Rai Black mustard seeds
    Raita Seasoned yoghurt salad
    Rajma Kidney beans
    Sag Spinach
    Soonf Fennel seeds
    Chickpea flour noodles

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