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    ^^ My bf's brother's gf is from India and her curries are apparently outta this world too, I've not tried one yet though.
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    Indian food is apparently very fattening because they cook it all
    in milk. But I still like it; my favorite Indian restaurant is 45 minutes
    away by subway, though...

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    I wish I could eat Indian food, but it plays havoc with my digestive system. It's SO good though..
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    I used to absolutely detest Indian food, my mum used to make a curry in which she put raisins in that swell into little balloon things. It was disgusting.

    However one day I tried a Chicken Tikka Masala and I was hooked. In my local pub they serve it with chips, rice, popadom AND Naan Bread. Oh I'm salivating already. Tikka may be the wuss's option though - I can't tolerate overly spicy.

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    I like corronation (sp?) chicken, is that Indian??
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    Default Re: Why straight men like Indian cooking

    Tandoori chicken is good. But anything with too much curry in it is not very good to me. Everytime I have eaten Indian food I have pretty well like it though.(maybe they tone down the curry here?)

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    Yes like tandoori some women are rather hot.....

    But im of the school that if you get any burning sensations when you ahhh eat its not a good sign.
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    Default Re: Why straight men like Indian cooking

    Quote Originally Posted by Tenaj
    I used to absolutely detest Indian food, my mum used to make a curry in which she put raisins in that swell into little balloon things. It was disgusting.
    My homestay mom (she was a Brit) used to cook her curry with raisins, too, except she'd only put them in at last, so they didn't absorb all the liquid and swell up. Her curry was horrid, though, it was all runny and tasteless And I found it weird that she served it with sliced bananas and cucumbers on the side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomies
    And I found it weird that she served it with sliced bananas and cucumbers on the side.
    Curry with bananas and cucumber?!!! What on earth, I'm really confused. All I can say is you are very brave moomies for trying it!

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