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    Quote Originally Posted by ilikeitlikethat View Post
    I guess it's time to confess; I call @chana chickpea hehe
    haha, it's a good pet name, i like it.

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    coconut curry (with lamb or chicken); palak paneer; vegetable samosas with potatoes, onion, and peas; garlic naan with raita

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    saag, vindaloo, korma, classic BC
    peshwari naan
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    Chicken vindaloo
    Garlic naan
    Saffron rice
    Everybody have fun tonight. Everybody Wang Chung tonight.

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    Shahi paneer korma, lassi, kulfi.

    I'm not a fan of curry dishes, though. One bite and I can't taste anything for hours after that.

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    Saag paneer

    Mutter paneer

    DOSA
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    Any paneer dish. YUM.

    Lamb korma. YUM.

    Vegetable naan. YUM.

    Samosas. YUM.

    Honestly, I never met an Indian dish I didn't like. My sister's husband is from Tamil Nadu (south India- most Indian cuisine in the states is north Indian) and her mother-in-law is an AMAZING cook. She made this "butter chicken" dish once, and my sister asked her to make it less spicy than she usually makes it so we could eat it, lol. It was still really, really spicy. Oh my gosh was it good.

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    Naan and curry

    honestly i've had other stuff but i don't know what, everyone i live with hate indian food, so we never get it so i don't know 99% of the dishes, but i've always enjoyed it. someone come to memphis so I can go get indian with someone.
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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    Yes!!!!

    I usually order malai kofta.

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    Butter chicken
    Saag Paneer
    Fresh naan and saffron rice
    with the mint and plum sauces and mango chutney
    with endless refills of masala chai tea
    Tandoori chicken is pretty good too...

    I'm a pretty happy camper after that

    Oh and lots and lots of galub jamun for dessert

    Dosas for a quick or light bite.

    Actually...I love getting thalis in general. Everything and the kitchen sink on a platter, sounds good to me.

    I just saw @Ivy's post (lol, reading back to front again :P) I guess where I live there are a lot of Indian restaurants that cover the regional spectrum and yes butter chicken (when it's good) is sooooo good.

    There are also joints here that specialize in chaat (snacks) and Uthappam Folks in the UK are no doubt better versed in Indian cuisine compared to folks in the states in general.
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