Rick Stein's search for the perfect curry

Posted on May 19, 2013
Location: London
Rick Stein's search for the perfect curry

Rick Stein or Gordon Ramsay? Former; for me please. I am a big fan of Rick Stein’s. Because? I believe; creativity is a derivative of simplicity and that perfectly defines Rick Stein.

Rick Stein's search for the perfect curry takes him to Mumbai and the French-influenced town of Pondicherry further south. He cooks the popular Parsee chicken dish Sali Murgh and some very traditional tamarind+coconut based fish curries from coastal south India (Konkan, Kerala and Tamil Nadu).

The show also reminded me; I have seen only 1% of INDIA may be and there are many great places/cuisines to explore. Pondicherry becomes top of my list now after watching this cookery show; followed by Varanasi.

Rick Stein however concluded that the secret to a good Indian curry – is about using fresh ingredients, whether it is freshly prepared masala or vegetables or fish or meat. What do you think? Do let me know, how you liked this show and if the simplicity can inspire your innovative self.

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