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    Hi All,
    thought i would post a pic of the bunjara and garlic/ginger paste i made tonight. Going to use it at the weekend. I added a tablespoon of Turmeric (Haldi) to the garlic/ginger paste. I usually freeze it in ice cube trays for future use.
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    Hi Scobie,nice photo, what recipe do you use for both
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    Hi Pete,
    i will PM you the recipe. I got it from another site and i don't want to infringe anybody's copyright. If anyone else wants the recipe, just PM me.
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    Nice pics Scobes. I am interested in bunjara as an ingredient and the sort of dishes it appears in. I feel a new thread coming on...Ferret

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    I've just done a search on Bunjara on here and on Google.... what's Bunjara??
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    Quote Originally Posted by tecknoe11 View Post
    I've just done a search on Bunjara on here and on Google.... what's Bunjara??
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    Hi Ger,
    its a very rich onion paste, the method being to caramelize the onions without burning them. Also added is spices tomato paste and garlic and ginger.
    It has taken my curry's to a new level.
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    Hi Scobie,

    At what stage is this put into you curries and what quantity?

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    I feel an instant PM is on its' way!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustinC View Post
    Hi Scobie,

    At what stage is this put into you curries and what quantity?

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    Hi justin,
    as i said i cant post the method on this site as i don't have the permission of the owner. But if you subscribe to RCR and send me a private message i will PM you the information.
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    Hi Scobie, I'm familiar with this recipe although I haven't tried it myself yet.

    Just a couple of questions if I may:

    How long does it take to cook the onion mix and do you blend it when finished?

    How much do you use in a curry?

    Do you reduce the amount of mix powder when you use it as the onion paste contains spices?

    Piccies look really good.

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