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A really simple recipe that takes only 30 minutes to prepare and cook, check out our curry recipe for Chicken Balti.


14 Responses

  1. Nirvana BlissDecember 18, 2013 at 6:13 amReply

    I am abit gutted you haven’t got a real curry recipe, come on Balti is way
    to mild to give to a guy… he wants something hotter!! Like a Madras, or
    Rogan Josh? Balti is for girls i am told lol!

  2. Warren NashDecember 18, 2013 at 6:17 amReply

    @GameOf2Halves I have a question, can I see a video of this perfectly
    finessed curry?

  3. GameOf2HalvesDecember 18, 2013 at 6:45 amReply

    This is no balti. Rubbish. I’ve been making and refining my balti curries
    at home with passion for the best part of 20 years. Anyone wants to ask
    anything.. feel free.

  4. GameOf2HalvesDecember 18, 2013 at 7:08 amReply

    Sorry, I don’t have time fot that. So… what makes this a balti?

  5. Warren NashDecember 18, 2013 at 7:57 amReply

    No worries and glad you enjoyed it, I’ll be posting a new curry recipe soon
    so stay tuned…

  6. GameOf2HalvesDecember 18, 2013 at 8:17 amReply

    @FitBritsGB Ok. 1. A balti curry is differentiates itself from a regular
    curry firstly by the cooking method; it is basically a stirfried (&
    relatively quickly prepared) curry. This is why I suggest a big cast iron
    wok which allows this technique. A pre-prepared homemade balti sauce is
    also perfect for stirfrying (not unlike the idea of a base house sauce down
    at your local joint, really). In particular, the sauce should containa shit
    load of slowcooked caramelised onions, fenugreek leaves…..

  7. cup1dn0rtyDecember 18, 2013 at 8:25 amReply

    wonderful dish..going to make it tonight along with jeera rice :) thanks

  8. GameOf2HalvesDecember 18, 2013 at 8:39 amReply

    Oh for fucks sake… get a decent cast iron wok to make a balti. Step1!

  9. DJ RefuelDecember 18, 2013 at 8:43 amReply

    Click like if Facts for Kids Mohawk Indians brought you here.

  10. GameOf2HalvesDecember 18, 2013 at 9:36 amReply

    @FitBritsGB …permeate the whole curry. Love olive oil, don’t get me wrong
    but this is not the place. Have to say that years ago, when I started
    making balti recipes from a book (NOT Pat Chapman & his Curry Club) a
    bought (pre-internet age), I felt that they were incredibly tasty. Now I
    don’t do it though cos I have 3 small boys:-)

  11. Warren NashDecember 18, 2013 at 10:01 amReply

    Have you seen my latest Chicken Balti recipe GameOf2Halves???

  12. Warren NashDecember 18, 2013 at 10:59 amReply

    @GameOf2Halves It’s got chicken and homemade curry paste in!!!

  13. GameOf2HalvesDecember 18, 2013 at 11:31 amReply

    @FitBritsGB …plenty of ginger and garlic. 2. A balti curry has an
    emphasis on certain other spices,dried fenugreek leaves, fresh coriander
    and – in the garam masala – dried mint, dreid bay and star anise. 3. Sorry
    but you didn’t make a homemade paste, you fried some shop bought garam
    masala. BTW this is something that is added at the end of cooking (also if
    you’re making a regular curry). 4. What does olive oil have to do with
    curry? I know it’s healty but its characteristic flavour would ….

  14. TheWezt82December 18, 2013 at 12:10 pmReply

    I made this tonight and it’s so tasty, probably my favourite Indian home
    made dish ever! I’m dairy free so it was great to have a dish where I
    didn’t have to leave any ingrediants out. Big thumbs up from me, will try
    something else of yours very soon! Thanks.

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