C is for Curry

C is for Curry

When I was a little girl, curry meant a generic sauce in which my Mum would mix cold roast meat and serve on the side an assortment of things such as banana, sultanas, apple slices, peanuts and other stuff I can’t remember because I probably didn’t like them. The first time my parents took me to the local tandoori house I realised that curry was much more than the dish served back home.

After I moved out of home and started cooking for myself more I found myself cooking for the new man in my life. He always appreciated my cooking, anything curry related especially. Now we are married I still cook him curry.

Favourite curry books:

The Indian Pantry, Monisha Bharadwaj (reprint here)
A Taste of Goa, Mridula Baljekar
The Balti Cookbook: Fast, Simple and Delicious Stir-fry Curries, Shehzad Husain
50 Great Curries of India, Camellia Panjabi
Thai Home Cooking: Quick, Easy and Delicious Recipes to Make at Home, Robert Carmack & Sompon Nabnian

I am currently watching this lady on the Beeb.

My Favourite Curries:
Balti Chilli Chicken
Thai Red Chicken Curry
Jhinga Caldeen
Murg Rashida
Navratan Korma

“Me and me Mum and me Dad and me Gran
We’re off to Waterloo
Me and me Mum and me Dad and me Gran
And a bucket of Vindaloo
Vindaloo, Fat Les

C could also be for cooking, couching, cycling (yes I’m addicted), craft

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4 Comments

  1. Hurrayic says:

    Mmmm, curry. We love all the different textures and scents of curry. Your illustrations are great.

  2. Fat Bird says:

    C is for corona?

  3. Kitty says:

    nope, not really

  4. Anonymous says:

    What about chocolate?
    Jimjum

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