dcmorris27about 2 yearsHere is our Methi Murgh all the way from France xx12 comments,0 shares,4 likesdcmorris27about 2 years@Jo Dunn husband always halves the quantity on chillies and chilli powders but sometimes still a little hot for me pallet... but I still eat it...loldcmorris27about 2 yearslol!!Jo Dunnabout 2 yearsThank you Hari! I SO enjoyed last night's Curry night. Great experience! Wish there were more photos. Hey, dcmorris, yes your chillies look very similar: hot, lovely, but.... u have to be so careful not to overpower the fragrance of the curry with 2much heat.dcmorris27about 2 years@Hari Ghotra great and hopefully they're a little milder.Hari Ghotraabout 2 yearsYes totally @dcmorris27 use what you have!dcmorris27about 2 yearshi @Hari Ghotra where you say use green chillies can we use red chillies instead only that's all we have left in our freezer beside the 3 green ones pictured above xxHari Ghotraabout 2 yearsHey @Jo Dunn that is exactly the right thing to do. Indian food shouldn’t be so hot it’s unpleasant so yes just cut down the amount of chillies so it’s right for you!Jo Dunnabout 2 yearsSalut dcmorris27! Great relief to see a methi murgh looking similar to mine! Merci! I have found Hari's recipes too hot, so I quarter the amount of chillies specified. Supermarket chillies are mild, but the long, thin green ones from my Asian store are head-bangers and mouth-numbing little blighters!! So it's trial and error. Bonne chance!Hari Ghotraabout 2 yearsHaha 😂 those home grown chillies sound like they are amazing 🌶 @dcmorris27dcmorris27about 2 yearsno fresh Fenugreek in our area so used dried. we do stock up on all spices etc when visiting UK. It was very nice though a little hot for me which surprised us as we do cut chillies and chilli powder down. The chillies are home grown that we froze as we had so many.Hari Ghotraabout 2 yearsYay 😃- super happy to see you cooking up a storm in France 🇫🇷 - what do you think of the dish @dcmorris27 ? Can you get fresh fenugreek in France?