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  • Green Tomato Curry

    Not so much a recipe, as a method for dealing with a glut of green tomatoes. I picked two buckets of green tomatoes, mostly plum type, and used this to process one bucket.

    Rinse and chop the tomatoes into a very large (jam) pan, with about half a cup of oil, adding a dozen onions, and three heads of garlic (I got bored after 3 heads !). Added one 100g pack of Rajah garam masala, purchased from our local Asian supermarket, a heaped tablespoon of turmeric, and salt ...

    When it was well stewed - about an hour of cooking, I blitzed it with my hand blender to make it smooth.

    The sauce has been frozen off in small quantities for use as required, adding other ingredients to make finished meals.

    This made two gallons.

    As a base curry sauce, this is my most impressive concoction yet. I still have another bucket of tomatoes in the conservatory, and tonnes more on the allotment.

  • #2
    guess you like tomatoes then? dexterdog
    Bernie aka DDL

    Appreciate the little things in life because one day you will realise they are the big things


    • #3
      An Apt name as well Welcome to the Vine Curry - or should that be Tomato Vine Curry
      Never be afraid to try something new.
      Remember that a lone amateur built the Ark.
      A large group of professionals built the Titanic



      • #4
        Update - another two gallons made from the second bucketful, and frozen off according to my wife. Fortunately, I adore curry ...


        • #5
          Hi Curry, is the green tomato curry very hot or just medium as my OH does'nt like very spicey food.

          And when your back stops aching,
          And your hands begin to harden.
          You will find yourself a partner,
          In the glory of the garden.

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          • #6
            sounds lovley curry. mmm
            Yo an' Bob
            Walk lightly on the earth
            take only what you need
            give all you can
            and your produce will be bountifull


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