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    Default Re: Anybody looking for amazing vegetarian Indian recipes?

    Sure! You could probably use either a summer squash or even a zucchini.

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    Default Re: Anybody looking for amazing vegetarian Indian recipes?

    I've been wanting to cook with squash for a while now so I'll give it a go, thanks mcornelius!
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    Default Re: Anybody looking for amazing vegetarian Indian recipes?

    Thanks for the recipe. I've just eaten a Tofu Korma (with rice). I'd made it using Korma paste, (a li'l bit of) water, diced tofu, vegetables and soya cream.
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    Default Re: Chip Shop Curry Sauce and Gravy

    If you live in a town where there is a high Muslim population - which I do, the chip shops generally as a rule don't do the mixing of the oil and keep all meat and veg products seperate. This is handy for me because I have a seafood allergy and it was being lax with and forgetting that a Welsh seaside town would not accomodate a halal centered population, that almost killed me once.
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    Default Re: Chip Shop Curry Sauce and Gravy

    I've stopped using the chip shop curry sauce as although I asked about the ingredients I never saw anything written down and I'd be afraid that there was some sort of fish flavouring stuff in it. It does have a distinct flavour and is different from curry sauce that is vegan...................I think they put some something in it ...............or maybe I'm just paranoid!
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    Default Re: Chip Shop Curry Sauce and Gravy

    It will really depend on the individual shop and the products they use. I could eat the curry in my parent's chippy but definitely not the gravy! You also have to be sure that they cook the chips in vegetable oil

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    The think the curry sauce would be fine, versions in supermarkets are always vegan, however, I'd never touch chips from a chippy personally as they never seem to segregate the stuff they deep fry so there's almost always going to be a mix (in my opinion).

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    Default Re: Chip Shop Curry Sauce and Gravy

    In a place I went to once they cooked them the old fashioned way, in lard or something equally vile...they smelled absolutely DISGUSTING...no idea how people could eat them!
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    Default Re: The South Indian recipes collection

    By the way if someone didn't mention already, the dosa batter can also be steamed to make idli which is a lot healthier than dosa. You need to buy an idli steamer to make them.
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    That's interesting - I never realised idli and dosa were made with the same batter.

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    Default Re: The South Indian recipes collection

    you just have to make sure the batter isn't runny. it has to be thick and very very very aerated (fluffy)
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