How to make the best curry at home

The most popular curry on the planet, curry, is an Indian specialty that is made with ground chicken, potatoes and spices.

There are many variations of this dish, ranging from sweet and savory, to savory and salty, and creamy and creamy.

And it’s all based on a classic Indian dish.

It’s called mawlana, which means “black” in the Punjabi language.

The dish is a blend of several types of ingredients, including chicken, beef, chicken and other meat.

It also has a long list of sauces and garnishes that include coriander and green chillies.

The ingredients can be made in a variety of ways, but the most popular are mawlamas, which are made with coconut milk, curry powder, and a curry powder paste.

Here’s how to make mawlanas.

For this recipe, you’ll need: 1.

A large pot (or large bowl) with at least 2 inches of water.

2.

A lid, so that you can pour the water into the pot.

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A dish towel.

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A spoon.

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A spice grinder.

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A measuring cup.

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A thermometer.

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A blender.

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A glass measuring cup (or small bowl) or two.

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A food processor.

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A bowl of ice water.

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A saucepan.

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A deep saucepan, so you can cover the saucepan with a lid.

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A pot or skillet with a deep bottom.

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A cutting board or wooden spoon.

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A rubber spatula.

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A cloth or plastic utensil.

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A wire strainer or sieve.

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A baking sheet.

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A rack or spatula with a handle.

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A spatula or spatulas with a long handle.

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A wooden spoon or spoon with a base.

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A cookie sheet.

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A plate with a wooden lid.

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A piece of paper towel or towel paper.

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A clean plate.

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A small bowl or pan.

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A paper towel.

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A parchment paper or cloth with a top.

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A thin sheet of parchment paper.

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A coffee grinder or a glass coffee grater.

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A water bath.

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A strainer.

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A knife.

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A spool of kitchen twine.

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A bucket or bucket of cold water.

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A fork.

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A screwdriver.

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A pair of pliers.

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A plastic or metal spatula that can be used to measure the length of your mawladas.

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A sheet of baking paper.

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A metal measuring tape.

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A ruler.

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A scale.

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A string or cord.

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A little plastic bag with a ring that holds the spice paste.

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A pinch of salt.

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A handful of chopped parsley.

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A can of dried coconut milk.

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A bunch of corianders.

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A slice of lemon.

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A tablespoon or two of cinnamon.

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A couple of leaves of fresh lemon.

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A cup of chopped peanuts.

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A few green chilli flakes.

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A squeeze of lemon juice.

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A lemon wedge.

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A teaspoon of sea salt.

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A generous dollop of curry powder.

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A tiny pinch of sea pepper.

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A fresh handful of parsley or cilantro.

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A sprinkle of dried mint leaves.

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A scoop of sesame oil.

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A bit of fresh rosemary.

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A drop or two on the tip of your knife.

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A single scoop of hot sauce.

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A big handful of fresh chopped garlic.

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A dollop or two or so of chili powder.

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A sprinkling of chili flakes.

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A smidge of salt and pepper.

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A dab of powdered sugar.

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A splash of oil or butter.

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A half cup of powdered ginger.

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A quarter cup of dried red chilies.

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A pinch of dried thyme.

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A speck of ground cumin.

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A dropper of freshly ground black pepper.

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A flaky piece of bread.

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A serving of chicken.

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A whole bunch of ground coriandel, green onions and cilantro leaves.

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A sliver of fresh ginger root.

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A pea sized piece of green chile powder.

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A shot of red pepper flakes.

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A bottle of hot water.

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A box of hot chocolate.

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A mug of tea.

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A packet of instant coffee.

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A tube of instant instant cream. 89.