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 How do Indian restaurants get the chicken so red in their dishes?

Answer TANDOORI - named after the clay oven (the tandoor) it should be cooked in. Just look up any recipe pages for the mix or buy it in a jar, I can recommend Pataks brand and follow the recipe. Cook the... Read More »
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How do chinese restaurants get their chicken so good?

It's called velvetting , you use a little cornstarch with water to make a watery mix. if you pound the chicken flat, it tears down the fibers and by making it thinner it cooks quicker. You don't wa... Read More »
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What do Indian restaurants put in their potato curry to make it taste so good?

If there's a way to "get some of it out" before it's stirred in, do so. Usually one doesn't find out about the overage until the stirring is done, though. Then it's time to dilute or cover the tast... Read More »
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Dishes with saffron Mainly chicken dishes.?

Lol..I wish i just could take some for you. But try these with Saffron Risotto, saffron biryani rice, saffron chicken, saffron sweet bread etc.. all these recipes are available in Web. You just hav... Read More »
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Indian sweets, where can I buy those colourful tiny Indian sweets you get in the Indian restaurants.?

You should have asked your sister to get some when she went to india.
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