"Dabblin' with me Dabba"
Posted on: Jan 31, 2014
We were really pleased to be recently featured in a blog post by Danny Kingston, or the Food Urchin as he is known. I have copied the full article below, enjoy!
|Dabblin' with me Dabba and marinatin' me mutton|
1 large OR 2 small onions (choose red or white as you prefer)
1 red pepper OR 10g tomato puree
50ml plain yoghurt
1 tsp salt
3 cloves garlic
30g fresh ginger
1 tsp Spice Kitchen turmeric
Bunch fresh coriander (leaves & stems)
1 large fresh red chilli pepper, de-seeded OR 1 tbsp Spice Kitchen chilli powder (adjust amount to taste)
1 tsp Spice Kitchen garam masala
2 tbsp honey OR tamarind paste
Blitz all marinade ingredients together in a blender until smooth
(Alternatively, chop all whole ingredients as finely as possible and mix together with the remaining items, or pound in a pestle and mortar.)
Cover, chill and store until required, or immediately use the mixture to thoroughly coat your meat, fish or veg and leave to marinate as directed in the introduction.
When ready to cook, heat some flavourless oil (choose one with a high smoke point), infusing it with curry leaves, cinnamon and cardamom for added flavour, before adding your marinated meat, fish or veg and frying until cooked and tender.
Now you have two choices; you can eat this as it is as a ‘dry dish’ with naan and salad, or add water or coconut milk and allow it to cook into a cracking curry – perfect with mounds of fluffy rice!
|Lovely, tasty, succulent, meaty, brown curry|
*The spelling of tuut has been a big bone of contention whilst writing this post by the way"
Your box and contents look spick and span. Very neat and tidy ptproghaohs of the dabba. I have a copper one and I’ve preserved it for my grand daughter who is getting married. All ingredients are almost like mine except for peanuts and red chillies. I used methi seeds and red chilly powder. Also Very nice recipes. Blessings.