Thanks for joining this weeks #FridayCurryClub guys. I hope you had fun and enjoyed the pumpkin curry, garlic naan and spicy seeds. It’s always nice to try something different. Please do give me your feedback and if it was your first one - what did you think?

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Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

Hey @Jo dunn I thought you were with us. Your pictures look great! I saw your naan pictures they really did look delicious. So pleased they were light and fluffy!! Thanks for sharing xx

Jo dunn
about 1 year

@Hari Ghotra

Jo dunn
about 1 year

@boo @Peter

Jo dunn
about 1 year

I made the garlic naan, with a new tin of dried yeast, so no chance of it being old or stale. They were the best I've ever made. Really puffy. I was So impressed. The room was warm, the dishes I used were all warmed first (left them in the sink full of hot water, then took them out as I needed them and dried them). For some reason they turned out perfect @boo @Peter 👩‍🍳 😊😁😊😁💕

Jo dunn
about 1 year

I made the garlic naan, with a new tin of dried yeast, so no chance of it being old or stale. They were the best I've ever made. Really puffy. I was So impressed. The room was warm, the dishes I used were all warmed first (left them in the sink full of hot water, then took them out as I needed them and dried them). For some reason they turned out perfect👩‍🍳 😊😁😊😁💕

boo
about 1 year

You can buy active (fresh) yeast in every supermarket. Dried yeast works as well as fresh one.
I take only a little quantity of yeast (mostly dried yeast), half of what is indicated on the package. But then you must give the pastry the time to ferment. Sugar is a booster for this process. So always add a teaspoon of sugar. Add lukewarm water or milk. That makes a good start for your pastry! And then you leave it, covered with a plate or with a dishcloth. No cold, no draughts! A warm place near the heater is perfect. Leave it for one to 2 hours. This is called the „warm“ process.
After kneading your pastry (min. 10 minutes!), you can alternatively proceed as well with the „cold“ process. Put your bowl covered in the fridge for 8 (or even more) hours! That works as well. It’s up to your organisation for the meal.
If the naan don‘t puff up, I spread a little ghee. That helps!! @Peter

Mark Harvey
about 1 year

pretty slick all round I'd say 💥🌶️

Peter
about 1 year

Got to try and get those naan breads puffing (mine were tasty but not puffy)... Where is a good place to get proper active yeast?

latif
about 1 year

Lovely Halloween outfit @Hari Ghotra!!!!

latif
about 1 year

Well done @Matthew Doye @Peter @traceyross! Your dishes look all really yummy!!!!!

latif
about 1 year

I watched with my wife. It was real fun!

traceyross
about 1 year

Great photos @Matthew Doye really like your sides for the meal, looks great.👌

traceyross
about 1 year

Looks amazing @Peter 🌶

Arthur vdH
about 1 year

So jealous of all the puffed up naan :-)

Matthew Doye
about 1 year

Thanks @Hari Ghotra it was a pleasure. Thank you for the recipes and organising everything.

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

Looks so good @Matthew Doye thanks so much for joining in tonight!

Matthew Doye
about 1 year

Thanks @Jo dunn @Mark Harvey

Mark Harvey
about 1 year

nice one @Peter 🌶️💥

Mark Harvey
about 1 year

total success @Matthew Doye 🌶️💥😍

Hari Ghotra
about 1 year

You didn’t join us tonight @Jo dunn ?