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Rama’s look/taste alike?

By jadie360 6 August 2009 23

I have recently moved from Canberra to the coast and loving it.  EXCEPT, I am not getting my weekly fix of Rama’s, especially the Chicken Korma and Beef Madras.

Does anyone have or know where I can find receipes that will re-create these for me so my life will be perfect? 

I have tried several generic ones but nothing comes close to the Rama’s taste.

What’s Your opinion?


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3Jane 11:55 pm 09 Oct 10

Jadie,

+1 what MsCheeky said.

IMO to replicate any Rama’s meal, Google the desired recipe and triple the ghee. Make sure you use plenty of coconut cream for the gravy (the highest fat content you can find). Ignore any amount of hot spice mentioned in the recipe and add chilli powder to your liking (no other hot spice is necessary). Do not add any vegetables if at all possible – Indians live mostly on meat.

In all seriousness, tastiness comes from freshly grinding your own spices in a mortar and pestle if you can get them whole. Curry blends lose their flavour over time and you often don’t know what’s in them. If you can’t buy fresh curry leaves, you may have to grow a curry tree.

Good luck; you are going through exactly what I went through when I moved from Sydney.

Muttsybignuts 11:28 am 07 Aug 09

Best. Indian. Ever.
Minnie and her team rock!

Woody Mann-Caruso 6:50 pm 06 Aug 09

Sorry – the book is actually called ‘Favourite Restaurant Curries‘, not Recipes.

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