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  1. #31
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    I actually drilled the jet out a little, on my burner, (same as yours) which makes for a bigger lazy flame although it can make the pan a little sooty on the base so not perfect combustion but it works for me.
    I am interested in seeing your video.

    I think you've made a fantastic job of the whole thing. I'm in awe of your skills.
    Cheers
    Mick

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    Not been on for a while so thought i would have a look.
    What can i say mr jones apart from pure talent matey. Very impressive.
    Cheers
    Steve
    I posted on Real Curry Recipes so can you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stetip View Post
    Not been on for a while so thought i would have a look.
    What can i say mr jones apart from pure talent matey. Very impressive.
    Cheers
    Steve
    Hi Steve,
    Good to see you around mate.
    Cheers
    Mick

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    Thanks Mick, still dabbling a bit. Enjoy making bhajis samosas and the naan breads using your tawa method which is awesome by the way, you can get really great results. Going to attempt parathas again, disaster last time. Just cant get the texture like the shop bought frozen ones you cook on a tawa. Have you come across gits moong dal vada? I mix this 50-50 with gram flour when making bhajis and adjust the seasoning. They make great crispy snacks, i use this rather than rice flour.
    Glad to see your still active.
    Cheers
    Steve
    I posted on Real Curry Recipes so can you!

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    I know what you mean about the parathas, the shop bought ones end up softer in my opinion.

    I've seen the moong dhal vada but never used it. I'll give it a go.

    Not as curry active as I used to be but still dabbling once or twice a week

    Cheers
    Mick

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    As i said earlier have now Started to make some videos in the curryshed for the courses and online website content

    I posted on Real Curry Recipes so can you!

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