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Old 08-12-2007, 09:12 PM   #1
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Delicious and dirt simple. I made roti to go with it too.

1/3C butter (unsalted)
salt to taste
half onion minced
2 tblsp flour
2 tblsp curry powder
pinch saffron
chili to taste (I like 2 tblsps)
1 cup milk
1 cup chicken broth (Or use beef, but don't tell anyone )

over med heat melt butter, cook onion (don't brown ~5mins).
add flour and stir constantly for 4-5 mins to make a *roux*
Add curry powder, saffron, chili. stir.
slowly stir in milk and broth.
bring to boil, then simmer.

Easy and delicious. Serve with rice, grilled meat, whatever.

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Old 08-17-2007, 04:38 AM   #2
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When you say, "Chili" do you mean chili powder? Or chili, like with beans, etc.?

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When you say, "Chili" do you mean chili powder? Or chili, like with beans, etc.?
crushed red pepper flakes. Anything you like for spicyness.

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I've also found that there are excellent curry pastes that can be had at world market or some better grocery stores. Add that to an onion, 6 cloves of garlic, a bell pepper, and 2lbs of chicken. Simply awesome. SWMBO can't understand why I can make it every week and not get tired of it

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chili to taste (I like 2 tblsps)
2 tblsp curry powder

Sounds like hell of a lot for 2 cups of liquid.
Are you sure ists table spoons and not teaspoons?

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