The Curry Club

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Re: The Curry Club

Post by Doc67 » Tue Oct 06, 2020 10:40 am

atst wrote:
Mon Oct 05, 2020 9:03 pm
Thought I'd break the bank again but not to much so no rice , back to paradise pizza riverside $3 green curry chicken beans potatoes pumpkin very nice and fulling

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Do they offer a senior citizen/early bird discount?
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Re: The Curry Club

Post by AndyKK » Tue Oct 06, 2020 4:09 pm

^I have never seen such a thing as that here Doc.
Things are moving along nicely with a few more added posts of curry.

Namasta India last night, I had a craving and didn't get out because of the rain, plus I was once again working on the bike.
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It was to be a Chicken Karahi once more
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And like I had said before, sometime good and other times bad, this was the later with only Chicken leg meat and sweet taste. Not good for me.
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Re: The Curry Club

Post by AndyKK » Thu Oct 08, 2020 1:34 am

The choice today was that once again from Princella Flavors Of Saffron. I had in the past put this place on hold due to a number of things, such has booking and in general prices. Then the establishment showed in the list of restaurants on the delivery app food panda that I have started to use.
A note if you are to use food panda, there is obviously a catchment area of restaurants you can use, with me living at Chbar Ampov there seems to be a border a street or two before Independent Monument and that is iffy, such has I can get delivery from Swagget Indian Restaurant but not India Western Khmer restaurant on the same street. The usual riders for food panda you will be aware of the box mounted to the back of the motorcycle, these guys take that of their work serious, being polite and accurate. But on occasions you may get a delivery from a moto dot or a tuc-tuc driver, watch them has the moto dot delivery to me, I paid’ he turned and walked away without returning change. The driver of the tuc-tuc was to show me a recipt for twice the amount of money for my order! Now my opinion of these guys as worsened for sure, they are that of just lowdown crooks when it comes to money, moving on -
Achar gosht has always been one of my favourable dishes, it’s something to do with the combination of the spices and pickles, with the slight taste of vinegar, and the tender cut of stewed meat, then the richness of the gravy.
Achar gosht is an authentic Pakistani recipe which combines a range of flavours to interest your palate. Overall, achar gosht or achari gosht looks like the usual curry dish, but it is far from ordinary. Traditionally, achar gosht is in fact a spicy pickled mutton curry. However, it can also be beef or chicken So, this achar gosht from the restaurant is actually made with stewing beef! It’s lovely tender meat that as cooked over a period of time. Indulge in the tangy and tart flavours of the pickle with the umami flavour of the beef. For those of you wondering whether or not this curry has high heat, yes it does!
Achar gosht is a very popular Pakistani recipe. It celebrates the traditional cuisine of Uttar Pradesh and combines achari flavours with pickle and meat. In addition, it is a very popular dish for serving during weddings and celebrations.
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WOW this is a excellent dish, that of an exception in Phnom Penh
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I highly recommend this dish. Yes, for sure it is one of the higher prices, but well worth the money.
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Re: The Curry Club

Post by AndyKK » Fri Oct 09, 2020 1:47 pm

Last night I ordered once more from Princella Flavors Of Saffron. This time Chicken Saag.
A chicken saag or saagwala curry, despite the exotic name this is nothing more than a chicken and spinach curry.
The dish is that of another favourite from northern India and Pakistan.
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Beef Kofta Saag, my favourite dish of all time. Let’s cook, also using leftovers from the last order.

Starting with the mix of masala
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Fry the masala mix
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Then add half of the masala mix to the beef mincemeat
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Roll the mince and mixture into balls adding flower if you wish to help bind the mixture
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Fry the meatballs on all sides, then add the remainder masala mix
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Then make a mix for the curry sauce, here I also add pickles (achar) my home made ones
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Then I add the spinach and serve
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Tender but cooked well
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Enjoy
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