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What's your favourite Indian food?
gunnersingh (IP Logged)
07 February, 2012 20:08
I was just wondering what's everyone's favourite Indian dish?

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Mad Jens (IP Logged)
07 February, 2012 20:09
We just had an Indian place open up in town - by all accounts it's quite good but I haven't gotten around to going yet. Would be interested in suggestions of what to try.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
eduardo (IP Logged)
07 February, 2012 20:12
never eaten an indian meal, I'm not one for spicey food



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Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Ares (IP Logged)
07 February, 2012 21:39
lamb or chicken biryani

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
gunnersingh (IP Logged)
07 February, 2012 22:02
Jens try a Lamb rogan josh, with some Tandoori chicken and some dal (lentils).

Ed not all Indian food is spicy.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Mad Jens (IP Logged)
07 February, 2012 22:06
Will do GS, now you mention it I have heard good things about Tandoori chicken in particular.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Boston Gooner (IP Logged)
07 February, 2012 23:30
Mrs. loves it. Hotter the better.
I can't stand it.
Chinese for me.



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Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
nis (IP Logged)
08 February, 2012 13:42
i cant stand chinese lol

for indian


try madras its good

my fave tho is jalfrezi, well lamb jalfrezi oh man the taste is so hard to describe, but with plain white rice pitta, and a lil green salad heaven



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Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Flava (IP Logged)
08 February, 2012 15:11
All of it Mr Singh. I'd eat it every day if I could.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
celine dion (IP Logged)
08 February, 2012 20:53
1 pint lager

4 popadum

2 x sheek kebab

little bag of salad

another pint lager

mushroom rice

chicken vindaloo

another pint lager

chapati

perhaps another pint lager

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Gunners R Us (IP Logged)
09 February, 2012 00:07
not a fan. Prefer chinese.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Indiangooner (IP Logged)
09 February, 2012 08:58
im all for indian food but i do indulge in Thai, Chinese n Mexican when it borders to being spicey

among the indian dishes, i wld suggest to try chicken patiala. Its boneless chicken with thick gravy entirely covered by egg ommelette... when prepared well, the taste is awesome even when less spices r used

if some1 is a rice hogger, go for hyderabadi dum biryani(veg n non veg both), its a bit on the spicy side but its one of the finest varieties of biryanis

for the ones who can handle spices, punjabi food or any north indian variety shld do good while if some1 looks for not so spicy n can handle bit of sweet taste shld go for rajasthani cuisine... Dal Makhani (lentils) is one of the staple food too

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
BFGunner (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 02:42
I love all the dishes you mix with rice. My best friend Indian and he took me a couple times. Basically anything I can pick up with a truckload of naan.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Indiangooner (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 05:16
naan can be fattening, chapatis r just as good... made out of wheat flour

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Padre Pio (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 10:41
My favourite is a mixed tandoori grill starter at Taayabs Whitechapel.
Its called a starter, but with lots of chops and sheesh kebab, and a Peshwari Nan, I havent room for anything else



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Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
celine dion (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 13:51
yes I take the kiddywinks for a curry sometimes and they are quite happy just having a starter.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
hippogunner (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 15:00
A fahl curry.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
scooterboy (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 15:45
I have a serious dislike of onions so ive always presumed that pretty much rules Indian food out for me doesn't it?

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Ares (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 16:48
onion bajis are good

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
scooterboy (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 17:07
Lol Ares....that is about as bad as it gets for me.Just the name of them makes me feel a bit unsettled!!

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Ares (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 17:41
TBH Indian cuisine isn't really my cup of tea on account of the generous usage of vegetable oil which isn't extra virgin olive oil.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
celine dion (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 18:05
you cant put olive oil in curry Ares it has completely the wrong flavour.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
gunnersingh (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 19:10
Celine you can use olive oil to make curry.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
celine dion (IP Logged)
10 February, 2012 19:22
most indian cookery books tell you not to because if you put too much in it can produce a strange taste. Admittedly a very mild olive oil will not show up against the spices.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
weedz (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 06:00
Lamb korma on pilaf rice, a cucumber and mint rayta and dosa bread. for me. The problem with korma is, some curry-houses over here serve it cooked with coconut and some don`t. I prefer it with the coconut background.

I enjoy most curries, but I find vindaloo and that hot prawn dish too spicy for my pallet.

I enjoy Indian chutney`s and sweets. There`s a pancake and coconut dish called Khir that I`ll order if it`s on the menu.



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Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
gunnersingh (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 16:25
Weedz, Khir is Rice pudding with cardamom and nuts in it.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
celine dion (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 16:42
i always have vindaloo but I must admit it doesnt do my insides any good whatsoever.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
nhoj14 (IP Logged)
12 February, 2012 18:49
What I had last night,

Chicken Tikka Balti Madras
Keema Pilau Rice
Keema Naan
Several Cobras, lovely!

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
weedz (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 09:22
Quote:
gunnersingh
Weedz, Khir is Rice pudding with cardamom and nuts in it.

Is it? I must of had too many largers.
Of coarse you`re right, I think the name of the pancake dish I`m talking about is `alebele`



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Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Padre Pio (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 09:57
I thought Indian cooking was done with ghee, which is why Asian community has highest rate of heart attacks in Britain



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
gunnersingh (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 18:20
Padre I would say the majority of the Indian community in the UK use cooking oil. Ghee is used of cause but more so in India.

Weedz I haven't heard of Alebele. But I do love Indian sweets and deserts. Just talking about them is making me hungry.

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Padre Pio (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 19:04
you are right I am a little out of date, it is shifting but 25% still use it, and the rest now and then. I suspect restaurants still use it. Up to date figures on Ghee



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
weedz (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 20:00
It`s not just about taste as far as olive oil is concerned.

Olive oil has a much lower `burn point` than other vege based oils. It is therefore not used when high degrees of heat are required.



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Mrs Weedz told me

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Padre Pio (IP Logged)
13 February, 2012 20:46
Virgin light olive oil has a burn point higher than almost any other oil. Ghee has a lower burn point and therefore food absorbs more of it making it tastier.
Best refined oil doesnt add any flavour



Arsenal is a top 16 European club that will remain a top 16 European club and the Emirates is tape-loop that will win trophy after trophy

Nothing will change to stop Arsenal's domination except the ticket prices which must go up so that Wenger can make even more marquee signings.

Kroenke, Gazidis & Wenger are made for each other a glorious triumvirate heading for immortality.

Arsenal’s not a football club it is the one true religion Milton Palmer

 
Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
weedz (IP Logged)
14 February, 2012 03:18
Oils that are suitable for high-temperature frying (above 230 °C/446 °F) because of their high smoke point

Avocado oil
Corn oil
Mustard oil
Palm oil
Peanut oil (marketed as "groundnut oil" in the UK and India)
Rice bran oil
Safflower oil
Sesame oil (semi-refined)
Soybean oil
Sunflower oil

Oils suitable for medium-temperature frying (above 190 °C/374 °F) include

Almond oil
Cottonseed oil
Diacylglycerol (DAG) oil
Ghee, Clarified butter
Grape seed oil
Lard
Olive oil (Virgin, and refined)
Rapeseed oil, (marketed Canola oil in North America or, sometimes, simply "vegetable oil" in the UK)
Mustard oil
Walnut oil



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Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Gööfle11 (IP Logged)
27 February, 2012 14:18
Onion Bhaji



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Re: What's your favourite Indian food?
Rockstaar (IP Logged)
28 February, 2012 16:05
I eat most popular foods, love them all Indian,Chinese,Mexican,Italian



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