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not really worth it is it?
V. nice if someone else makes it though
currys need to be thick with a dead animal or potato in it
You wouldn't last a second in the real world, sunshine.
that could just be the brown rice though (i'm not a massive fan). I prefer my currie to be hot pungent and meaty and with very unhealthy side orders.
its just not the same.
You were meaning the entire dish is pointless rather than the effort to actually make it. I disagree - I quite like them but I can't be arsed making brown rice.
It normally needs that sweetness to counteract the strength of the rice.
since in primary school the kids called me curry condom
they never explained themselves
to that post
had it with white basmati though.
You're just trying to curry favour with him.
The house will be bay( leaf)ing at your door!
we've got a rice cooker and it's the absolute shizzle. Coming second only to the blender in the smallish-electrical-appliance stakes. Toasters and kettles can do one. That's what grills and hobs are for.
Anyways, seriously, I was really sceptical, but it does white rice so it's all sticky-together-nice, like. Magic. And it does brown rice properly through so it's nutty and cooked rather than just being brown, wet, hard grains.
Only £10 from argos, and you end up getting rice done all restaurant stylee. Fancier versions are available, but this one* does the job and is a cinch to clean. Which is a must for any kitchen accessory, in my book.
*this one: http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/4224765A63UC139889X.jpg