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The 11th Annual Hot Pepper Awards ACCEPTING ENTRIES!

ShowMeDaSauce

Member Since 20 Jul 2016
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In Topic: Curry Thread

Yesterday, 03:57 PM

Ive been tempted to have a PBJ naan :D

 

The Indian place i like makes the most delicious egg curry. Sometimes is scrambled and other times its with hard boiled. Its WAY hotter than this one. All of their food is heavily spiced and really hot for restaurant food. Much hotter than any of the others in my area. The curried goat even makes me stop to cool the burn with a mango/apple desert.


In Topic: Curry Thread

Yesterday, 03:42 PM

Egg curry....sorta...Scrabbled eggs with garam masala, onions, ham, a couple hot jalapenos, a little salsa for the tomato/cilantro and hot buttered naan.

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Strifry everything but the eggs in a couple tbs of ghee until the salsa has released most of its moisture. I do the onions, garlic and peppers first. Then add the garam masala, black pepper and the salsa. (only a few tbs of salsa) Meat goes in just before the eggs. Turn the heat way down after adding the eggs and cover.. The residual heat/steam will finish cooking them as long as its not too thick in the pan.

 

6 large eggs

1/2 a medium onion

2 hot jalapenos

3 tbs salsa or a little chopped tomato and cilantro

1-2 tsp garam masala or your favorite curry powder

1-2 tsp garlic paste or ginger garlic paste. I just used minced garlic cuz it was handy.

Meat optional


In Topic: Comfort Food Thread

15 December 2017 - 06:09 PM

Another fave i have not had in probably 20 years

 

Swedish meatballs!!!! That was another one of mom's specialties. Yo ass WAS home for dinner on meatball night. :D There were never any leftovers. We would hammer those things. We always had them on egg noodles with a loaf of garlic bread.


In Topic: Comfort Food Thread

15 December 2017 - 05:33 PM

I need a new soup bowl that is easier to "slurp" when get near the bottom. :D

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In Topic: Comfort Food Thread

15 December 2017 - 04:31 PM

Im using shanghai bok choy. Its slightly different that regular. Flavor is milder and more like a celery. Its more green at the base too.

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