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Every now and then, in my quest to learn more about cooking a great Durban Curry, I come across the ... Read more The post Should I pre-marinate the meat in masala when cooking a Durban Curry? appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
How to make Dhansak (British Indian Restaurant / BIR Style) Dhansak is a popular Indian dish, originating among the Parsi Zoroastrian community, it combines elements of Persian and Gujarati cuisine. Dhansak is made by cooking mutton or goat meat with a mixture of lentils and vegetables. This is served with caramelised white rice, which is rice cooked in water, whole spices, and caramelized onions. The […] The post How to make Dhansak (Briti
Up-To-Date or UTD Potatoes were originally developed in Scotland, but are now grown commercially around the world – notably in South Africa, Australia & Burma. Whilst they are known as UTD commercially, in the homes of the people of Durban they are affectionately known as gravy-soakers. Up-To-Date Potatoes are an oval shape, slightly flattened, with […] The post What are UTD Potatoes and why do we use them for Currry? appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
In the late 80’s, early 90’s, some of my very best days (or should I say, early mornings), were spent with my friends eating R2 Bean Bunnys at a takeaway called Willowtree on Durban’s beachfront after a night out on the town. “Going for a beans”, was as much fun as the night out itself […] The post Sugar Bean Curry Recipe appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
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Yesterday morning, I woke up with a sever case of ‘bunny fever’, and we all know that there is only one cure for this serious ailment. Here is a step-by-step guide on how this particular dish was cooked. Whilst this specific curry was made with 2.25kg of mutton, I am going to reduce quantities to [...] The post Step-by-Step Durban Mutton Curry Recipe for Bunnychow appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
I was feeling a little experimental and wanted to expand on a theory that I was pondering, that if you pre-braise the chicken, on high heat, before hand, that it does not break up as much when it is cooked, and if the ‘fond’ (those delicious caramelized bits stuck to the bottom of the pan), [...] The post Durban Chicken Curry. High-Heat Pre-Braising Experiment appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
Last night I made Joshua Weissman’s Tikka Masala. Started off by toasting a tablespoon of dhania seeds and a half teaspoon of cumin seeds. (Next time will do full teaspoon), after which I ground them up to a powder. Then into the spice grinder, I added 7 cloves of garlic, a thumb sized piece of [...] The post I made Joshua Weissman’s Chicken Tikka Masala appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
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A few months ago, I decided that I really needed a stand mixer / food processor compo type gadget. Watching all the amazing cooking videos on social media, it became obvious that I would never be able to cook some of the recipes, until, I too, had a fancy gadget to knead dough, chop, slice, [...] The post I bought a Kenwood Stand Mixer Combo from The Culinarium appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
Today we are very fortunate to be able to share with you a very special Durban Fish Curry Recipe by Ms Irene Enoch, from Blessed Bakes. Ingredients Steenbras – 3 Middle Slices Salt 8 Jam Tomatoes (Grated) 1 Sachet Tomato Paste 3 Red or Green Chillies (Slit) Fresh Curry Leaves 1 Tablespoon Fish Masala 1 [...] The post Ms Irene Enoch’s Durban Fish Curry Recipe appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
Last week I was craving a hot & spicy, Durban Fish Curry, so I popped down to Strand Beach and bought a fresh yellowtail that had just come in from the boats. The guys filleted it for me, right there for R10, and I went home with two beautiful fillets of fresh fish. When cooking [...] The post Do I have to use Tamarind in an Authentic Durban Fish Curry? appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
Britannia Hotel’s Famous Recipe Watch the video below to see how the curry masters at Britannia Hotel in Durban cook their famous mutton curry. Durban is known at the city where the fun never sets. The warm Indian Ocean lapping onto beautiful beaches, modern shopping centres, great clubs, restaurants & bars and world class sporting [...] The post Durban Mutton Curry Recipe appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
What is Dhania Powder? Dhania is simply another name for Coriander and Dhania powder is made by grinding the seeds of the coriander plant into a powder. To process your own dhania powder, place a cup of seeds in a heavy based pan and roast on medium heat until you can easily crack open the [...] The post Curry Cooking Tips: 1 Dhania & Jeera Powder appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
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I was cooking Mutton Curry & Roti for the family the other night, when boom – along came an idea which I really could not resist. What if I battered and deep fried the mutton curry filled roti? It was a little tricky to get the saucy rolled roti battered and deep fried, without the [...] The post The Original Battered & Deep Fried Mutton Curry Roti appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
Greetings Curry Lover – As you can see, we are short on veg curry recipes. It would be easy to copy some from the web, but that would go against the spirit of our blog. If you have a great veg curry recipe, please may you share it via email to email@example.com or via the [...] The post HELP – We Need Veg Recipes appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
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If you are looking for a meal that is quick and easy to make, bulks up a small amount of mince meat and is so delicious that everybody in the family, including the kids, will love it – look no further than our curry mince recipe. As I was cooking this with the kids in [...] The post Mild Mince Curry that even the Kids will Love appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
This is my step-by-step recipe to cook a Durban Lamb Curry. The lamb was really of a fantastic quality and very soft, so I used a slightly different technique to how I normally cook mutton curry and braised & sealed the spiced lamb in oil beforehand. Normally (like for mutton curry), I add the raw [...] The post Shanes Durban Lamb Curry Recipe appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
No Durban Curry is complete without being accompanied by the famous carrot salad which we call Sambals. It is very easy to make and adds a delicious freshness and crunch to the meal. Everybody has their own recipe and idea of the perfect sambal, so please see this recipe as a starting point to you [...] The post How to make carrot salad sambals for Durban Curry appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
GARAM MASALA, is a dry spice blend widely used in Indian cuisine, it is used in anything from curries and lentil dishes to soups. It is made from whole spices of cinnamon, mace, peppercorns, coriander seeds, cumin seeds, and cardamon pods. The seeds are dry roasted in a pan to release their aromatic flavors and [...] The post What is Garam Masala? appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
This delicious Tinfish Breyani was cooked by Miquel. His Mom was very proud to share this easy to follow, step-by-step recipe. INGREDIENTS2 cup rice1/2 cup lentil1 Can Tinned Fish ( clean well and rinse, sieve juice of tin fish and add to grated tomatoes)Put fish in separate bowl, and let it marinated with the sour [...] The post Tinfish Breyani by Miquel appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.
My lovely wife and I knocked this 4 bean curry together in 15 mins, whilst we were busy cooking Sunday lunch. It was supposed to be an accompaniment, but we ended up eating it with fresh bread and butter, as a starter whilst we were cooking. This is what life is about. INGREDIENTS 1 Can [...] The post 4 Bean Curry as Accompaniment or Starter appeared first on Durban Curry Recipes.