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Thursday, February 15, 2007
13th of February Coconut Chicken Curry

Using the brilliant Egyptian convention of naming cities, bridges, and streets after significant historical dates, the panel has decided to name this dish "13th of February Coconut Chicken Curry."
It's a coconut, onion, garlic, green pepper, ginger, and tomato base, coloured with turmeric, and flavoured with hints of cinnamon, cumin, coriander, pepper, and salt. Milk and water make the sauce, and chicken the protein. Server over rice and you got yourself a solid south Indian curry.
It's also the first addition to a "Great things you can make while cooking in less-than-adequate foreign kitchens." If you have an addition, I'd be happy to add it.
posted by kent at 9:23 AM

5 Comments:

Blogger ryan101 said...

Kent, i'd have to suggest the Christmas stuffing you slept with in India for this new section...

9:37 AM  
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9:37 AM  
Blogger Fowler Update said...

Your blog is really interesting! I am currently doing some market research on global food/flavor trends but I don't have any contacts in China, S. Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan or Japan. How can I get in contact with some people in your network? I am new to the whole blogging thing!

1:53 PM  
Blogger (I Love Indian Food) Prabhudesai said...

coconut being so commonly available in south india, yes this dish will take you to the south. If you remove the coconut out and use the same ingredients you will then slide to north india.

2:14 PM  
Blogger kent said...

Fowler Update: I'd go to their blogs (you can get to them by clicking on their names in the "Contributor" section).

2:53 AM  

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