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Spec me a take away curry - non spicey

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by agnes, 16 May 2010.

  1. agnes

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    Not Korma please as I am getting a bit sick of it.

    I can tolerate a little spice, but consider a jalapeño spicy, and a chilly death, just to give you guys a ground level of my tolerance.

    I am about to order for me and my girlfriend who loves spicy food and is getting sick of my Domino's obsession lol.

    Thanks.
     
  2. manbearpig

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    chicken tikka masala?
     
  3. scorchisio

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    one of you get a lamb balti and the other get a lamb rogan josh or a chicken tikka massala. Perfect slightly spicy yet tasty dishes
     
  4. JBuk

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    Lamb saag

    Kofta Masalla

    murgh makhani
     
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  5. 4T5

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    Get a jar of Brinjal pickle to go with your Pizza obsession for starters. Trust me. ;)

    For Curry you want a Balti. :cool:
     
  6. Spyhop

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    Some type of fish dish can be nice. I've liked so-called 'tandoori fish' where the fish is cooked and comes separate to the sauce.
     
  7. PapaLazaru

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    Lamb Dhansak.

    The TRUE measure of a curry house. :D
     
  8. Naffa

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    Dhansak.

    But damn, once you've eaten a proper home cooked curry, take away curries taste so bad.
     
  9. agnes

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    Thanks for that Malc, remind me never to trust you again lol.

    Thought you would have suggested a pasty tbh :)

    Thanks for the ideas guys, keep them coming, ordering in 5 mins.

    ags
     
  10. Greenlizard0

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    Non spicy delivery/take out curry? What is this world coming to. :mad:

    Go for a saag, they're usually mild.
     
  11. Gackt

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    Chicken Tikka Masala <3

    Or a veggie curry. :3
     
  12. strang3r

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    A Rogan Josh, it's where I started and I haven't looked back.
     
  13. Saetia

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    I'd get either a Rogan Josh or a Bhuna. They're both the same spice level, with the Rogan Josh being more saucy than the Bhuna which is much drier.
     
  14. 4T5

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    Brinjal pickle & Pizza is nectar from the Gods man & a Balti is man food !!!
     
  15. kinobestew123

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    My mum and sister are the type that go weak at even the sight of a chili so they have Chicken Biriani - comes with the rice and a tasty sauce.

    Of course you could have a meat other than chicken. :p
     
  16. agnes

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    Decided on the Rogan Josh, will keep you guys informed of how tasty it is :)

    Just to let you know, ordering from somewhere called http://www.binatandoori.com/ which is apparently very good :)

    ags
     
  17. K.C. Leblanc

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    Balti Tikka Doner Garlic Magamaloo and a Pilau rice should go down nicely. You'l also need 8 pints of Kingfisher, some tums and a bucket (actualy make that two buckets).
     
  18. HamZilla

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    Get a tub of plain yoghurt and add a spoonful or two on the side of your plate, so when you feel the taste is too hot you can instantly cool it down.
     
  19. Gackt

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    This is a good one, you could always add it to the curry itself to lessen the heat/spice.
     
  20. soundb0y

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    King Prawn bhuna. loves it.