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As the dough is so soft, you shouldn’t need a rolling pin. Dip you fingers in the oil and this start patting the first dough ball to flatten it. Continue slapping it until it is thin and flat. Repeat with the remaining dough balls. If you are watching the calories as I am right now, you might also like to try my air fryer onion bhaji recipe. Now start pouring in the flour, whisking as you do. Once you’ve added all the flour, it will still look very soupy and far too wet to work into dough balls. Add the curry leaves and the onion and fry over a medium to medium–high heat for about 5 minutes until the onion is soft and translucent.

Wipe the pan clean with a paper towel. No need to make it sparkly clean. Pour in the oil and place over a medium high heat.Once your dough balls are formed, you could let them sit, covered for about 30 minutes but again, you could push forward and make your naans immediately. This spicy, indulgent curry isn’t found on many menus, in fact we’ve only found this curry in two restaurants during all of our travels. This recipe was given to us by the chef at a wonderful Indian Restaurant in Dumfries, Scotland. It’s definitely worth trying, but be warned, it’s a hot one! Ingredients:

Strain the yoghurt into a mixing bowl until creamy smooth (straining the yoghurt will help prevent it from curdling If you’d like to make naans, why not try one of these? Instant naans, Peshwari naans, stove top naans, keema naans, garlic naans, tandoor naans(if you have a tandoor oven), or if you’re cooking outdoors, karahi naans. Oh, and really easy but just as delicious are homemade chapatis. This instant naan recipe will get you restaurant quality results, every time! Can the dough be frozen? You probably already have some if not all of these ingredients but if you don’t, they’re readily available at most supermarkets! If you’d like to make naans, why not try one of these? Instant naans, Peshwari naans, stove top naans, keema naans, garlic naans, tandoor naans(if you have a tandoor oven), or if you’re cooking outdoors, karahi naans.When you are happy with how your vindaloo is looking, stir in the vinegar and add the kasoori methi by rubbing it between your fingers. I also take request! If you are not finding the recipe you want, please leave a comment and I will schedule it in to make. Do you have any you’d like to try that you don’t see in this section? If so, let me know. I’m always on the look out for more delicious recipes to add to my blog and books. The word bible in the title isn't hyperbole - this is one of the best and most comprehensive curry recipe books I've come across' -- ***** Reader review No problem. Here’s a good and authentic British Indian restaurant (BIR) vindaloo recipe for you. A version of the above linked recipe for vindaloo with base sauce and many other popular curry house recipes are in my cookbook “The Curry Guy Bible’.

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