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  • Do Ukrainians like curry?

    The question is in the title. Just curious
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  • #2
    yes i think they likeeeeeeeeeeee

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    • #3
      Not in my experience!

      I bought all the spices and other ingredients to make what I believe to be a typical hottish Indian Curry. Us Brits are extremely knowledgeable about Indian food due to our historic links with that country. I served it on a bed of best quality Indian rice and offered to my Lugansk friends. AZlthough it was eaten up, I had the feeling that they were not in a hurry for me to repeat that dish. For the record my Spaghetti Bolognese, liver and oinions and beef and vegatable stews are very popular.

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      • #4
        Yes...they love it..

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        • #5
          CURRY here's a recipe for u fellas
          Mild Chicken Curry

          mild chicken curry recipe to serve the whole family, made from scratch with spices you have in your cupboard already. Top with chopped fresh coriander and serve over rice for a no-frills, satisfying supper.

          4 tablespoons olive oil
          3 onions, chopped
          1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
          1 bay leaf
          1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
          1 teaspoon paprika
          3 tablespoons curry powder
          1/2 teaspoon caster sugar
          1 pinch salt
          2 cloves crushed garlic
          1 whole chicken, skin removed and cut into pieces
          1 tablespoon tomato puree
          water to cover
          1/2 lemon, juiced
          1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper

          1.Fry the onions in olive oil until browned. Add the cinnamon and the bay leaf. Continue stirring and add the ginger, paprika, curry powder, sugar, salt and garlic. Continue stirring for 2 minutes. Mixture will become much like a paste.
          2.Add chicken pieces and tomato. Add enough water to just cover the chicken. Simmer until chicken is done, about 20 minutes.
          3.Just before serving, add the lemon juice and the cayenne pepper. Simmer for 5 more minutes.

          and thats pretty much it Enjoy

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          • #6
            Strangely enough currys in Australia are popular though in winter not summer food .
            I personally like curuies in many ways resemble Mexican food tastes
            Personally like it hot I like hot dishes and eat jalapos for breakfast

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            • #7
              4 tablespoons olive oil
              3 onions, chopped
              1 teaspoon ground cinnamon why not cassia
              1 bay leaf
              1/4 teaspoon ground ginger u mean fresh
              1 teaspoon paprika prefer kashmiiri powder
              3 tablespoons curry powder [I]that is the heartt of the dish Why simplify[/I]
              1/2 teaspoon caster sugar you must be from West India
              1 pinch salt
              2 cloves crushed garlic
              1 whole chicken, skin removed and cut into pieces
              1 tablespoon tomato puree needs to balance the flavours
              water to cover
              1/2 lemon, juiced prefer limes juice'
              1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper kashmiri

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              • #8
                Well it depends and varies person to person and their taste. Curry is not a bad stuff or ingredient but still in some parts we have found people loves and hate curry.

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                • #9
                  Do Ukrainians like Curry?

                  No! No! No! No! No! But they do like paprika on their Salo!

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