This is Currywurst mkII ... following some good suggestions last week I started with a basic masala, blended it with some water, pumped it up a little with brown sugar and vinegar to add a slight ketchup vibe and this is the result - tastes a lot less artificial and I think really captures the flavor but is made from fresh and healthy ingredients. This is now my official currywurst recipe, thanks to all I have learned from Hari and the Community :)

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Andrew Cockburn
2 months

Thanks @traceyross !

traceyross
2 months

Nice one @Andrew Cockburn love the sound of the brown sugar and vinegar to the masala.

Bill
2 months

Thanks Guys, appreciate your comments, will put into practice when I‘m home again next week. 👍👏

Andrew Cockburn
2 months

@Jo dunn @Bill - Thari Wala is pretty close to what I based it on

Jo dunn
2 months

There is a base tomato restaurant style masala sauce on the app @Bill , but in my opinion, stick to a tried and true recipe so thst you learn. Sue Geen suggested the Thari Wala chicken masala as a basic masala. 💕👩‍🍳👨‍🍳

Jo dunn
2 months

@Bill

Jo dunn
2 months

I guess by a basic masala ee mean what we all end up learning with Hari Ghotra recipes and practice @bill. You get in the habit of starting with oil, then add your seeds (might be mustard or cumin, or curry leaves, /next whole spices and aromatics (might be bay leaves, cardomom, cloves, star anise etc, then you add your diced onions, cook for 5-20 mins. add your garlic, ginger, your chillies, then your chopped tomatoes, your dry spices e.g. turmeric, Kashmiri chilli powder, coriander. It's whatever your instinct tells you your curry flavours need..... hope that helps. It's definitely best to follow a Hari recipe, until you learn what each spice will do or add to the dish.💕

Bill
2 months

Looks delicious @Andrew Cockburn , but please tell me how to make the basic Masala, or where I can find the recipe on the app.

Andrew Cockburn
2 months

Yep @Jo dunn - I feel like I have learned more over the past few months than in the last 5 years!

Jo dunn
2 months

Much better with healthy fresh produce @Andrew Cockburn ! Well done! Sounds like you have learned loads and can now make your own curries (à la Hari Ghotra style of course)!!!! 🌭🥓