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(Feb 23, 2021, 10:00 am)RobertX Wrote: I mostly like them with rice, but naan bread is pretty innovative.

Not really - it's pretty common in india and surrounding areas.

I remember cooking low budget vegetarian curry spaghetti in Ghana - with pasta, baked beans and veggies all in one pot. On charcoal. It came out delicious Smile
Curry spaghetti? Sounds twisted.

I don't think Italians eat curry, do they?

EDIT: I should correct myself. When I said "innovative," I merely meant it was a cool idea. Thus far, I've only eaten curried carrots, potatoes, and chicken on white rice.

I've never eaten naan bread with curry.

Lemon curry?
(Feb 24, 2021, 00:23 am)RobertX Wrote: Curry spaghetti? Sounds twisted.

In Spain they do this thing they call 'Curi' which is rice, chicken and veggies boiled together in one pot with curry powder. I figured you could do the same with pasta, and LO! - You can Smile

(Feb 24, 2021, 00:23 am)RobertX Wrote: I don't think Italians eat curry, do they?

It's certainly not part of the traditional Italian cuisine, and unlike other european countries they don't seem to have incorporated the colonial era curry powder into any 'native' dishes. In Denmark we have meatballs in curry. In Spain the have afore mentioned 'curi'. In Germany they have curry bradwurst with curry ketchup and extra curry powder on top. In Britbongistahn they have curry pickles, etc..

(Feb 24, 2021, 00:23 am)RobertX Wrote: Lemon curry?

It's quite usual and traditional to use stuff such as lime/lemon and/or lemon grass in curry dishes all over asia.
Now I'm hungry. Big Grin

Do any of you know a good Indian restaurant around where you live?

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