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    Default Re: Why Trinis love pepper and curry so?

    Quote Originally Posted by SgtMac
    love up my curry still. hot as you can make it. i aint no match fi no trini tho, particularly the coolie ones (no disrespect Indian people, a so wi style unnu round ere still)
    i was parrin with a trini woman who order pepper with EVERYTHING. a mussi only devon house ice cream she never want pepper with.. and thats me assuming.
    as far as digestive probs, bwoy, i dont hear nothing bout that still, the pepper seems to well 'gree wid dem.
    funny thing tho. what i waa know is, how yu fi curry vegetable and fruit? all the starch and ground provisions dem a curry. anyways, like i said, i need to reach down there and see what a gwaan up close in Trinidad.
    I love pepper still....seed and all....to my eyes start burning....the smell alone get to me. I just love it! Mek mi all sweat. I think the hottest i've had is mallah chicken from Jah Wok in D-park plaza. My word...sugar caan help you. You become numb after an hour though....lol.

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    lol...i like pepper but pepper does do 2 things...
    1)...burn going in..
    2)...an burn comin back out....
    and if yuh like me...de second on is ah hard one to handle...

    and well curry....curry is de best thing come out... de only problem is not too mix it with milk...

    but curry anything does taste good... ent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadBoyy
    and well curry....curry is de best thing come out... de only problem is not too mix it with milk...
    Au contraire- Coconut milk added to curry makes for fantastic flavour in many dishes. Go to any authentic Indian restaurant and they'll tell you. My mother makes a wicked curry paw paw (too which she adds coconut milk -the aroma is just wow!) The pawpaw is cooked green. That dish is simply divine with white rice!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juilet
    Au contraire- Coconut milk added to curry makes for fantastic flavour in many dishes. Go to any authentic Indian restaurant and they'll tell you. My mother makes a wicked curry paw paw (too which she adds coconut milk -the aroma is just wow!) The pawpaw is cooked green. That dish is simply divine with white rice!!
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    Default Re: Why Trinis love pepper and curry so?

    Have some chocolate brownies, gonna pepper 'em and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juliet
    Au contraire- Coconut milk added to curry makes for fantastic flavour in many dishes. Go to any authentic Indian restaurant and they'll tell you. My mother makes a wicked curry paw paw (too which she adds coconut milk -the aroma is just wow!) The pawpaw is cooked green. That dish is simply divine with white rice!!
    That's true. My mom cooks curry chicken with coconut milk too and its fantastic.

    Also you will find that Thai curry includes coconut milk, green, yellow or red curry

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    Omigaaashh, I had Thai curry fuh di first time couple dys ago,, di curry chicken was like white in a creamy sauce...a neva like it doh,,but di cashew shrimp was off di chain...wait,irrelevant nuh..any ways..di curry
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    Default Re: Why Trinis love pepper and curry so?

    Quote Originally Posted by Juliet
    Au contraire- Coconut milk added to curry makes for fantastic flavour in many dishes. Go to any authentic Indian restaurant and they'll tell you. My mother makes a wicked curry paw paw (too which she adds coconut milk -the aroma is just wow!) The pawpaw is cooked green. That dish is simply divine with white rice!!

    Curry Paw who?? No Sah!! and den pepper pom di paw who?

    Juliet you soon tell mi yu curry sapadillas too..!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodalembs
    Curry Paw who?? No Sah!! and den pepper pom di paw who?

    Juliet you soon tell mi yu curry sapadillas too..!
    I think the Chinese refer to the mixing of fruit and vegetables as .. sweet 'n' sour. It is a very popular flavour in Britain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by easyskanka
    I think the Chinese refer to the mixing of fruit and vegetables as .. sweet 'n' sour. It is a very popular flavour in Britain.
    we're not talking about mixing fruits and vegetables ES- we're talking about adding curry (Indian spices) to cooked paw paw (the fruit).

    Here are some other things that taste great curried:-
    eggs
    chatagne
    eddoes
    crab *(all seafood)
    all poultry- e.g. chicken, duck, wildfowl
    all wildmeat- e.g. iguana, tattoo, lappe, manicou
    some fruits- mango, pommecythere, paw paw
    most vegetables- potato, channa, pumpkin, bhaigan(melongene), bhagi (spinach)*note many vegetables are simply cooked and curry not necessarily added.
    corned beef

    when i think of more stuff i'll post it!
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