Sunday, January 19, 2014

Did I say HOT?

Only a couple table spoons of the curry mix was super hot. I had to add more potatoes, broccoli and other veggies to expand the volume. I think I'm set for a few months of cooking with curry. Need to go rice shopping because the normal white rice here is very flat flavor wise. Neighbors had a huge pot of Posole and invited me over last night so only tried a little of the curry and without rice.

Continued from post yesterday below

6 comments:

jennifer rose said...

Had your comments feature been working, I would've warned you. Those spice mixes are potent. I made the mistake of following the recipe on the box one time, and the product was inedible. Those are great blends, but they need to be used sparingly.

sparks said...

jennifer rose has left a new comment on your post "Did I say HOT?":

Had your comments feature been working, I would've warned you. Those spice mixes are potent. I made the mistake of following the recipe on the box one time, and the product was inedible. Those are great blends, but they need to be used sparingly.

sparks said...

Evidently it is still not working because I only got the email notification. Maybe it'll pop up later


Yes .... glad Linda warned me as I'd hate to throw the whole thing out. Very nice taste in the right portions

sparks said...

Evidently it is still not working because I got the email notification for today's post, not this one. Poor old Disqus

Yes .... glad Linda warned me as I'd hate to throw the whole thing out. Very nice taste in the right portions

Steve Cotton said...

Alex at Hawaii has a great choice of rice. My favorite is a wild rice mix that goes very well with curry.

sparks said...

I was afraid I'd have to go .... but even whole grain would work

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