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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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More than 200 million curries were eaten in the UK during the 12 months up to August of this year.
Readers wishing to continue benefiting from this promotion should purchase a Love Curries membership card for just pounds 9.
But you won't be disappointed in the fish or lamb curries here, especially the fish.
The professor monitored the reactions of more than 100 people to different foods and curries, recording their responses to build a picture of their innate feelings towards different kinds of food.
The survey, carried out for Tesco, found the UK's mildest curries are served in Cornwall and Devon.
Now Carol cooks, freezes and delivers curries to convenience stories and individual customers all around the Midlands, with the demand for her delicious curries growing all the time.
For orders placed before 3pm the curries will delivered fully frozen by 12pm the following day.
For years, the reasons why curries have become such a national obsession have remained a mystery.
Curries can also be a good way to up your veggie portions - tomatoes, onions, cauliflower, aubergine, peas and spinach are all popular ingredients.
Getting to more spicy items, you have to like coconut to like the curries here.
A FORGOTTEN recipe has exploded the myth that Scots started eating curries only 30 years ago.
AMIR KHAN has vowed not to ditch his beloved curries despite being "bollocked" by Frank Warren.
But because Salomi's clientele includes numerous transplanted Brits who like their curries extra hot, a new category of ``volcano'' curries (vegetable, chicken, beef and shrimp renditions priced from $9.
A growing number of Brits are enjoying curries for breakfast.
David Furnish, 38, who has been with the extravagant singer for eight years, said the pair relished their weekly curries.