Madras Curry

Madras Curry

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A fragrant, fairly hot and simple curry originating from the south of India. Not quite as hot as the vindaloo. Madras can be made 1-2 days in advance which will enhance the flavour. A good squeeze of lemon and a handful of fresh coriander goes very well when added during the last minute of cooking.

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The curry house Madras is a restaurant invention which started life as simply a hotted up version of the standard restaurant curry. Because it is a restaurant invention rather than a traditional recipe the Madras can vary considerably from one restaurant to another. The restaurant Madras can be hot or very hot, red or brown, a hotter version of a plain curry or quite rich in tomatoes. Mostly though it comes with plenty of sauce and is strongly spiced . It is the standard restaurant hot curry

Our recipes are made specific to each curry, but do not feel you must follow them religiously, they are not etched in stone!! The heart of a good curry is in it's adaptation to your own preference.

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Madras Curry

Madras Curry

A fragrant, fairly hot and simple curry originating from the south of India. Not quite as hot as the vindaloo. Madras can be made 1-2 days in advance which will enhance the flavour. A good squeeze of lemon and a handful of fresh coriander goes very well when added during the last minute of cooking.

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