Monday, November 12, 2012

Comforting Curries

Whether spicy or mild, light or more decadent, meat or veggie, curries are the ultimate Indian comfort food. 

This week we are  celebrating those delicious and Comforting Curries.


Pick your favorite Madhur Jaffry curry dish from online or one of her many books and get to cooking. 


Make and post those Comforting Curries by Sunday, November 18th. Don't forget to link your post of the week's with Mr. Linky below, so we can all enjoy your fabulous creation! Remember to leave a comment after, each week that you use Mr. Linky to link your post, just to be sure we don't miss anyone.

Not sure what a permalink is? Check out our Welcome post.

If you missed our Relishes, Chutneys and Pickles theme last week, be sure to head on over and see all of the delicious dishes everyone brought!  Don't forget, we're cooking through the recipes of Madhur Jaffrey right now...so if you've linked up, be sure that you've used/adapted one of her recipes for your post.

Happy Curry Cooking! 


17 comments:

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Yay curries! I already made mine last night, to go with my chutney. Will post in a couple of days.

MM said...

I made mine last night too. It is the first curry I've ever liked! Will have the post up at the end of the week.

Kaye said...

The hardest part of this week's challenge was choosing -- there are so many delicious ones, Indian and otherwise, in Jaffrey's books.

Kaye said...

(Can we have the December themes soon? With the holidays coming, it's time to Plan Ahead a bit. :-)

kitchen flavours said...

Fish curry at my place, it was just Ok for me. Lots of other curries that I have bookmarked!
I'm with Kaye for Dec, as planning for a short holiday break!
Thanks!

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Woot! Love the enthusiasm! We'll have December up by the end of today. (Tuesday). Happy Cooking!

kitchen flavours said...

Dec and Jan! Thanks a zillion, Natashya!

Deb in Hawaii said...

Savory mushroom curry for me this week. ;-)

cantbelieveweate said...

I'm not familiar enough with the spice combos yet to know by reading which is a curry and which is something different...but I ran across this Baked Beef Curry that suited us really well! Okay...so we add 10 more cookbooks...isn't variety the spice of Life??

MM said...

I'm really excited about the shrimp curry I tried. Very good! Need to make it again soon.

Couscous & Consciousness said...

I made Boatmans Curry. I had to leave out a lot of the chilli called for in this recipe, as my partner can't cope with any kind of heat. I was a bit worried that I'd find it totally bland, but what a great surprise. It was so full of flavour, the absence of heat didn't matter at all. Loved this dish, will definitely be making it again.

TeaLady said...

Almost forgot to post!! Whew!! Everyone's dish sounds delicous.

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Delicious chicken curry at my place!

Andreas said...

Post is up.
It's only a curried soup but I wanted to save the beetroot curry for next week. :)

Kim said...

Natashya - You had me at mustard...ha ha. Your curry looks very colorful and pretty. Love the carrot garnish!

kitchen flavours said...

Natashya, I have been eyeing that dish for quite sometime now, will definitely be trying this out! Looks so good!

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Thanks so much! It really was tasty. I'm looking forward to visiting all the comforting curries today!