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  • #1048135
    AvatarPhilKmorgan
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    The way to a better life is not fried chicken.

    It is actually boiled chicken.

    I have realized this in the last few years since I have been cooking chicken curries and decided to share one of my recipies with all you beautiful people.

    Guys if you are having a lady round to eat, you are guaranteed to get her into bed with this tasty recipe. OK here goes..

    It starts with a 4/5 onions, garlic cloves and ginger (according to taste) in a blender. Liquify all this stuff and then add some water (about 1 pint) to make like a milk shake.

    Then

    Put some meaty chicken thighs (with the skins taken off) in large-ish saucepan and add the mix from above with 1/2-3/4 tablespoon of salt. It might be necessary to add a bit more water but not too much (the principle is to reduce the water as the cooking proceeds). Boil all this for about 40 mins.

    Then

    Add 1/2-3/4 tablespoons of tumeric, ground corriander and 1/4-3/4 tablespoons of ground chilli. Boil for a further 10-15 mins, water is reducing.

    Then

    Put a tin of chopped tomato, a few fresh chillies and a few tablespoons of olive oil in a blender for 1 min or 2. Add this to saucepan and boil for a further 10 mins.

    Towards the end the sauce should be thickish and the oil should come to the surface. The last stage is to add some fresh chopped corriander (I always use loads).

    Eat this one with naan bread.

    :bounce_g::bounce_g::bounce_g:

    :bounce_g::bounce_g::bounce_g:

    #1208262
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    At what point do you add the roofie?

    #1208253
    AvatarAnonymous

    @PhilKmorgan 355952 wrote:

    It starts with a 4/5 onions, garlic cloves and ginger

    I’m not sure I’d want to get the girl into bed if she ate that lot…

    #1208270
    Avatar1984
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    KFC “double dipping the chicken in flour before deep frying in a standard industrial kitchen type machine.”

    Its clearly not boiled! don’t believe everything the vegans tell u ๐Ÿ˜‰

    (unless its boiled to make the feathers easier to remove or start off the cooking or something but its still rather a deceptive point)

    #1208272
    Avatar1984
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    ps olive oil in a curry?!?!

    #1208243
    AvatarPhilKmorgan
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    @1984 356032 wrote:

    ps olive oil in a curry?!?!

    You’re right actually. When I make this I just use regular sunflower oil. I was getting mixed up. The rest is right though.

    #1208269
    Avatarjoshd96320
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    @Holeydel 355973 wrote:

    I’m not sure I’d want to get the girl into bed if she ate that lot…

    thats what i thought :laugh_at:

    #1208255
    Avatarmrskaists
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    ALL WRONG…

    IF I WENT ROUND TO AN AUNTIES HOUSE AND SHE SERVED ME CURRY MADE LIKE THAT I WOULD TELL HER HER YOUNGEST DAUGHER WILL REMAIN UNMARRIED AND MOST LIKELY TURN INTO A ” HOMO”.

    PERHAPS YOU MISREAD THE RECIPE, THAT SOUNDS LIKE YOU’D SERVE UP A SLURRY NOT A CURRY.

    TRUST.

    #1208240
    Avatargloballoon
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    @mrskaists 356054 wrote:

    ALL WRONG…

    IF I WENT ROUND TO AN AUNTIES HOUSE AND SHE SERVED ME CURRY MADE LIKE THAT I WOULD TELL HER HER YOUNGEST DAUGHER WILL REMAIN UNMARRIED AND MOST LIKELY TURN INTO A ” HOMO”.

    PERHAPS YOU MISREAD THE RECIPE, THAT SOUNDS LIKE YOU’D SERVE UP A SLURRY NOT A CURRY.

    TRUST.

    i make quite a lot of curry and that does sound truly dismal, but you put it much better than i could… boil chicken for 45 minutes???? BLLLURGH

    but for really good friend chicken…

    season chicken breast then coat with flour
    fry both sides until cooked through and well browned on both sides
    take the chicken out and set it aside
    chuck some crushed garlic, thyme and white wine vinegar in the hot pan and stir it to loosen what’s stuck to the bottom
    add a cup of chicken stock, turn up the heat and boil rapidly until the liquid is reduced to about a quarter of a cup
    pour it over the chicken and serve it up

    #1208245
    AvatarPhilKmorgan
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    @mrskaists 356054 wrote:

    ALL WRONG…

    IF I WENT ROUND TO AN AUNTIES HOUSE AND SHE SERVED ME CURRY MADE LIKE THAT I WOULD TELL HER HER YOUNGEST DAUGHER WILL REMAIN UNMARRIED AND MOST LIKELY TURN INTO A ” HOMO”.

    PERHAPS YOU MISREAD THE RECIPE, THAT SOUNDS LIKE YOU’D SERVE UP A SLURRY NOT A CURRY.

    TRUST.

    I am a British guy (so what do I know about curry I hear you say). I have learned this off people actually from Pakistan. I think you can make it with yoghurt, but I much prefer it without.

    #1208274
    Avatar1984
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    @PhilKmorgan 356059 wrote:

    I am a British guy (so what do I know about curry I hear you say). I have learned this off people actually from Pakistan. I think you can make it with yoghurt, but I much prefer it without.

    I know plenty of British people who cant cook Roast Beef or a Fry Up very well at all.

    Race isn’t a guarantee of skill full cooking sadly…

    #1208257
    Avatarmrskaists
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    Those cheeky Pakistanis… always having a jape them lot.

    Anyhow, if you like it then eat it, we could get all anal about the order in which you have to fry your spices and in what oils but the truth of the matter is if you like it eat it.

    I will say that bit about the oil coming to the surface, spot on… that bit was 100% right.

    by the way, that phrase ” Slurry not curry” was one of my dads favourite kitchen sayings, it sounds much funnier in a dodgy accent but its hardly politically correct eh

    ๐Ÿ™‚

    #1208246
    AvatarPhilKmorgan
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    @globalloon 356056 wrote:

    i make quite a lot of curry and that does sound truly dismal, but you put it much better than i could… boil chicken for 45 minutes???? BLLLURGH

    It might be different to what you do, but this in itself does not make it dismal. It might even sound like it will not work, but this is also what I said until I tried it :you_crazy

    #1208258
    AvatarAngel
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    When’s dinner ready?

    Getting hungry now :laugh_at:

    #1208264
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    @1984 356060 wrote:

    I know plenty of British people who cant cook Roast Beef or a Fry Up very well at all.

    Race isn’t a guarantee of skill full cooking sadly…

    Quite true. I know plenty of people who cannot cook to save their lives, take this fellow for instance.

    My mate at work reckons he can do the best pizzas around. I asked him what his technique is and whether he uses fresh dough and ingredients.

    His response. Nah man i just buy em from the supermarket and chuck em in the oven. Creased me up! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #1208242
    Avatargloballoon
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    @PhilKmorgan 356071 wrote:

    It might be different to what you do, but this in itself does not make it dismal. It might even sound like it will not work, but this is also what I said until I tried it :you_crazy

    right. i’m not getting uppity, but i just boiled a chicken leg for 45 minutes and it’s now a nasty looking sluge. the bits of meat that haven’t disintegrated are a weird combination of dry and sludgy

    #1208266
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    Post a pic glo! :weee:

    #1208248
    AvatarPhilKmorgan
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    @globalloon 356090 wrote:

    right. i’m not getting uppity, but i just boiled a chicken leg for 45 minutes and it’s now a nasty looking sluge. the bits of meat that haven’t disintegrated are a weird combination of dry and sludgy

    I said 40 mins, but that doesn’t mean full heat. The idea of boiling is that the chicken flakes off the bone.

    #1208267
    AvatarGiantMidget
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    @PhilKmorgan 356093 wrote:

    I said 40 mins, but that doesn’t mean full heat. The idea of boiling is that the chicken flakes off the bone.

    I’ve had chicken like that before, very tasty! ๐Ÿ˜‰

    #1208237
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @PhilKmorgan 356093 wrote:

    I said 40 mins, but that doesn’t mean full heat. The idea of boiling is that the chicken flakes off the bone.

    to be fair this is what I had suspected Phil meant. The recipe if correctly cooked is not dissimilar to a form of chicken curry popular in Malaysia (I wonder if it is originally Tamil?) I wasn’t sure about the wording of the recipe but I am a techie, not a cook so I was going to ask my Mum about it ๐Ÿ˜‰ – but her internet is playing up (she telephoned me from Kuala Lumpur to see if I could somehow fix it).

    I am British Asian but whilst I can cook I am not that good a cook – many white friends are better at Asian cookery so I used to fix their computers and bicycles in return for food :laugh_at:my friend Robin who lives out in rural Suffolk and was born and brought up there is a much better cook than me..

    #1208238
    AvatarGeneral Lighting
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    @mrskaists 356054 wrote:

    ALL WRONG…

    IF I WENT ROUND TO AN AUNTIES HOUSE AND SHE SERVED ME CURRY MADE LIKE THAT I WOULD TELL HER HER YOUNGEST DAUGHER WILL REMAIN UNMARRIED AND MOST LIKELY TURN INTO A ” HOMO”.

    PERHAPS YOU MISREAD THE RECIPE, THAT SOUNDS LIKE YOU’D SERVE UP A SLURRY NOT A CURRY.

    TRUST.

    it might not be PC but this post makes way more sense if read in a dodgy Asian accent :laugh_at:

    if I hadn’t had the foresight to read this before pouring out my glass of beer I’d be annoyed at mrskaists for making me have to clean my keyboard and monitor screen :laugh_at:

    #1208260
    AvatarTank Girl
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    @PhilKmorgan 355952 wrote:

    Guys if you are having a lady round to eat, you are guaranteed to get her into bed with this tasty recipe.

    :laugh_at:

    not if she dont eat meat….

    I personally cant remember ever having boiled chicken, but have seen it on my porn that is come dine with me ๐Ÿ˜‰ and they seemed to like it, but I guess with everything its a case of not over cooking / heating it to get it just right – so as PK says the meat is tender and falls off the bone – unlike skool dinners where it used to just taste of water and be yucky and soggy :yakk:

    #1208250
    AvatarPhilKmorgan
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    @Tank Girl 356282 wrote:

    :laugh_at:

    not if she dont eat meat….

    I personally cant remember ever having boiled chicken, but have seen it on my porn that is come dine with me ๐Ÿ˜‰ and they seemed to like it, but I guess with everything its a case of not over cooking / heating it to get it just right – so as PK says the meat is tender and falls off the bone – unlike skool dinners where it used to just taste of water and be yucky and soggy :yakk:

    I have actually been a vegetarian for 3 years.

    I would probably make daal or potato curry and also make some bread and try and get her into bed this way……..

    #1208252
    AvatarPhilKmorgan
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    @Tank Girl 356282 wrote:

    :laugh_at:

    not if she dont eat meat….

    I personally cant remember ever having boiled chicken, but have seen it on my porn that is come dine with me ๐Ÿ˜‰

    BTW watch alot of porn ?

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