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(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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She is passionate about sharing the secrets of transforming cheap and cheerful ingredients into mouth-watering curries simply and quickly.
All of Curries approximately 600 employees played an important role to achieve this elite certification as employee knowledge and following defined processes are key parts evaluated for awarding of this achievement.
These are curries and pilaus made with coriander seeds, salt, peppercorns and lemon juice.
Batches of curries will also be sent to Darren's doorstep throughout the year for him to taste and offer his expert opinion.
It combines my love of curries with my expertise in marketing.
The curries originate from regional, authentic recipes, using spices and roasted spices, which have proven provenance.
I think we do well because our recipes are different, and you can tell the difference between real and fake Indian curries.
People love curries and everyone loves homemade curries but they think there is an alchemy to it.
IT is Scotland's other national dish, with more than 50,000 curries being wolfed down every night.
Most 'healthy' meals like salads have less than 5,000 ORAC units, while traditional curries have fewer still.
Many Indian housewives said they were missing the smell and flavour of the leaves that added a special touch to a variety of their curries.
So many books have been written about curries around the world that one might wonder at the need for yet another, but several attributes keep CURRY CUISINE: FRAGRANT DISHES FROM INDIA, THAILAND, VIETNAM, AND INDONESIA exceptional.
This show takes us on a journey through the curries of the world, which is, at times, hilariously funny and, at times, extremely moving.
50 Great Curries of India presents 50 different, authentic Indian curries, each with a full-color photograph revealing its texture and appearance in detail, along with an accompanying recipe designed to harness the curry's flavor.
In addition, there are the takeaways, the spices and curry pastes on supermarket shelves, the chilled meals and the curries on 6,500 pub menus.