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E33 CURRY

Simon gets spicy. Bruce pops a poppadom


There's no such thing as a curry. Well, there is, but it's not called that. So when you go for a curry, there can't be any calories in it because it doesn't exist. And anyway, it's very good for your health. So, tuck into this lot below! And click the pics to find out more.


A curry tree


The Scoville scale


India and The British Empire


Queen Victoria's Indian connections


The Cobra Beer story vs Mongoose




Basmati


Cooking naan bread



Largest naan bread



Largest Dhoza 123ft long



Poppadom making


The health benefits of Curry





London's first curry house


A Balti


The Chicken Tikka Masala story

Ahmed Aslam Ali, the owner of the Shish Mahal restaurant in Glasgow, Scotland, is pictured with a plate of chicken tikka masala in his restaurant, on July 29, 2009.


Curries around the world




Thai curry colours



The world's most expensive curry at the Bombay Brasserie


Central London curry house Bombay Brasserie has added the world’s most expensive curry dish to their menu. The dish is called Samundari Khazana, also called Seafood Treasure, and is a mix of Beluga caviar, sea snails, an entire lobster and of course some edible gold. The curry is served with saffron-flavoured rice and a glass of champagne. Head chef Prahlad Hegde got the idea of creating the most expensive curry dish from his mum, and it sells for £2,000 a portion.


The world's largest curry

According to the Guinness World Records, the largest curry ever made weighed 15.34 tonnes (33,838.9 lb) and was cooked by the Indian Chefs and Culinary Association in Singapore on 1st Aug 2015!



















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