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1 28th December 11:04
pandamonium
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Onion bhaji, chana bhaji, lamb rogan josh, keema rice, naan bread, Bombay
aloo. Oh, some poppadoms with those funny red onion things and mango
chutney too. There is a lot left over, so I guess that's breakfast and
lunch sorted tomorrow :-)

This is the first time I have tried chana bhaji and I have to say it is a
fine dish indeed.

Anyway, shouldn't Bombay aloo be called Mumbai aloo now?

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2 28th December 11:05
bryan wallwork
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well, maybe not, as it suggests it originated in Bombay (suggesting British
influence.)
If fact, I don't know what Bombay has to do with it, surely it is a Kashmiri
dish?
cheers
Wazza
ps what was the channa bhaji like (texture wise) how was it cooked, fried,
deep fried etc.?
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3 28th December 11:05
pandamonium
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Yeah, chicken madras would have to be called whatever it is that Madras is
called now. Or something.

Anyway, the channa consisted of chickpeas, cooked al dente, in a rather
thick spicy sauce. There were a few bits of tomato thrown in too - with the
skin left on, just how I like them.

You're going to tell me that bhajis are supposed to be fried now aren't
you? Well, whatever it was I had, I enjoyed it.

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