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20418268 No.20418268 [Reply] [Original]

Would you eat my curry

>> No.20418271

Its a bit yellow, innit?

>> No.20418274

>>20418271
yellow curry is a thai thing

>> No.20418305

>>20418268
I'd eat your cunny if you know what I mean

>> No.20418311
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>> No.20418312

>>20418311
Looks like shit.
You suck

>> No.20418318

>>20418268
what spices did you use? did you use cream?

>> No.20418324

>>20418274
>thai thing
try thaying that then thimes in a row

>> No.20418332

>>20418318
coconut milk
cumin
tumeric
coriander
curry
tomato paste

>> No.20418337

>>20418268
I hope there's meat in there. I ain't eating any fruity meatless curry.

>> No.20418344
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20418344

i fucked up something along the way, it's edible but very bland

i tossed in even more spices than the recipe suggested

might have added too much coocnut milk

feels bad


how can i delete my thread before i humiliate myself even more

>> No.20418346

>>20418344
the photo was a bit suspect but I could tell it was someone good at cooking simply fucking up
you'll get the next one

>> No.20418352

>>20418332
>>20418344
you need soy sauce or fish sauce. that's usually in food like this and gives it a lot of flavor.

>> No.20418353

>>20418346
> someone good at cooking
>fucking up something as simple as a curry

LMAO

>> No.20418354

>>20418353
>he hasn't fucked up
lies

>> No.20418388

>>20418332
Nice. Did you use stock?

>> No.20418391

>>20418388
nope, recipe said no stock, i was surprised as well

>> No.20418394
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20418394

>>20418391
Did you use the coconut milk in aluminum cans for cooking or one of these for regular drinks?

>> No.20418414

>>20418394
the one from alu cans for cooking

and i checked and the recipe said 400ml, and the can had 400ml

maybe not adding stock fucked it up? and maybe should have added garam masala on top of that?

>> No.20418426

>>20418414
Stock doesn't matter that much твн, water or any other liquid does fine, stock just makes it slightly meatier and saltier but it's not crucial to make something delicious

>> No.20418481

>>20418352
not in indian curry, though op used coconut milk for some reason despite it practically never being in indian curry. thai curry yea you dump a bunch of fish sauce in.

>> No.20418494

>>20418481
Right, I assumed by how yellow it was that it was Thai curry. If OP made Indian curry and it was bland with the ingredient list >>20418332 then it's probably due to a lack of onion/garlic/ginger.

>> No.20418518

>>20418494
>due to a lack of onion/garlic/ginger.

minced 2 garlic bulbs, didn't use onion and didn't have fresh ginger, instead used dried ginger powder

would that really make such a big difference?

>> No.20418523

>>20418494
i think i see onions in there, at least ginger i would use for vegetable curry as garlic and onion can be somewhat overpowering in a dish like this. i think just the recipe he was using was too barebones and had weird shit like coconut milk and tomato paste which is why it was bland. for curry to be truly delicious needs a variety of spices, he could have benefited from toasting whole cumin seeds i oil prior to adding other ingredients, using dried and fresh chili’s, kashmiri chili powder also is one of the most easily identifiable flavors in indian curry and makes a noticeable difference. not sure if garam masala would be used here but that is less for taste and more for perfuming the dish. also cilantro

>> No.20418538

>yellow
>vegetables too pointy
2/10 would not eat

>> No.20418552

>>20418518
It might. But it's hard to say without tasting it. Could be a lack of salt or acidity making it bland too. Can you post the full recipe?

>>20418523
Yeah garlic and onion could be overpowering, you'd have to caramelize the onion first or simmer it a long time until it got milder and sweeter.

>> No.20418563

>>20418344
With cooking, you at least get to eat your mistakes. Don't sweat it. Maybe slice two red chillis in half and drop it into the curry halfway through the cooking. It will add a little spiciness.

>> No.20418589

>>20418552
its from chatgpt becuase i am lazyHere's a simple and delicious recipe for vegetable curry:

Ingredients:

2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tablespoon ginger, grated
2 carrots, diced
1 bell pepper, diced
1 small cauliflower, cut into florets
1 cup green beans, cut into bite-sized pieces
1 can (400g) chickpeas, drained and rinsed
1 can (400g) diced tomatoes
1 can (400ml) coconut milk
2 teaspoons curry powder (adjust to taste)
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 teaspoon ground coriander
Salt and pepper to taste
Fresh cilantro leaves for garnish
Instructions:

Heat the vegetable oil in a large skillet or pot over medium heat. Add the chopped onion and cook until softened, about 5 minutes.
Add the minced garlic and grated ginger to the skillet, and cook for another 2 minutes until fragrant.
Stir in the diced carrots, bell pepper, cauliflower florets, and green beans. Cook for 5-7 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables start to soften.
Add the drained chickpeas to the skillet and stir to combine.
Pour in the diced tomatoes and coconut milk. Stir in the curry powder, ground cumin, and ground coriander. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
Bring the mixture to a simmer, then reduce the heat to low. Cover and cook for 15-20 minutes, or until the vegetables are tender and the curry has thickened slightly.
Taste the curry and adjust the seasoning if needed.
Serve the vegetable curry hot, garnished with fresh cilantro leaves. Enjoy with cooked rice or naan bread.
Feel free to customize this recipe by adding other vegetables such as potatoes, peas, spinach, or eggplant. You can also adjust the spices according to your taste preferences. Enjoy your homemade vegetable curry!

didn>'t use onions, ginger and cauliflower, added moore spices than suggested

>> No.20418596

>>20418589
yea maybe try to find an actual recipe made by a human next time, i recommend curries with bumbi on yt

>> No.20418603

>>20418589
It seems okay. I think you need the onion. That's a big part of the flavoring that you omitted. Maybe a little more garlic too.

>> No.20418665

>>20418589
this mostly looks good but sub green beans for peas, beans aren't really used for mixed veg curries
also make sure you're mincing the garlic and ginger in a pestle and mortar, it will bring the flavour out a lot more

>> No.20418717

>>20418481
>not in indian curry
nigga its your life you dont have to follow whats "authentic" if it works
i dont see any reason why fish sauce would ruin a mild indian curry