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Synonyms for curry

(East Indian cookery) a pungent dish of vegetables or meats flavored with curry powder and usually eaten with rice

season with a mixture of spices

treat by incorporating fat

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ZC's Food (from Bordesley Green) They've got the usual menu of jerk chicken with rice and peas or curried goat and curried chicken (PS6).
I always have a good response from people who have jerk chicken and curried goat," she said.
Much to the pleasure of my companions, this curried goat reminded us of back home.
404-658-9829), which attracts a business crowd for power lunches and dinners of curried goat, brown-stewed red snapper, sorrel and other tropical specialties.
plantanos and curried goat and collard greens and fried chicken at the Tropical Oasis near Lake Michigan
Mango Caribbean Restaurant & Bar will feature a variety of authentic Caribbean dishes, including BBQ shrimp blanketed on mango salsa, curried goat, garlic chicken sided with fried plantain and jerked-chicken with red beans and rice cooked in coconut milk.
Alongside curried goat, rum cocktails and other Caribbean cuisine, revellers enjoyed live music from a stage at the bottom of the square.
I was through a few days ago thinking of Punjabi-style curried goat, his favourite meal and also my late grandfather's favourite meat.
We have all the jerk chicken , the salt fish and the curried goat, but there's more, too.
Try curried goat, French crepes, a Polish barbecue and jerk chicken at this bustling fair.
People say we have had curried goat, jerk chicken and ackee and saltfish but they haven't touched on the real Caribbean food.
FORGET that old myth about pre-match meals being served as pasta or chicken salads, the secret behind Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse's hot form is curried goat.
He spent the party afterwards shepherding his mum to the Caribbean buffet of curried goat, roti, rice and peas and lots of rum punch, which then led to lots of grandad-style dancing to Calypso on the dancefloor.
Alongside the parades, hundreds of stalls line the streets and fill the city with mouth watering aromas of traditional Caribbean delicacies, including jerk chicken and curried goat.
Also on the menu is Dean Lewis form Wilmslow in Cheshire, who served Michael ginger and coconut prawns followed by curried goat.