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    Daal is ok with rice or a bread, but by itself it's *******s. Curry with some meat is better.
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    (Original post by theths)
    poll says it allll (:




    obviously yes although i've never heard it being called that, had to do a quick google
    I confess to be deeply surprised, but not as surprised as the owner of my local Indian takeaway which serves up the best katlamas, who was strongly adamant that 'Only can buy katlamas in Birmingham bro, just a west midlands ting eni'.

    I shall let him know.
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    (Original post by damos92)
    I confess to be deeply surprised, but not as surprised as the owner of my local Indian takeaway which serves up the best katlamas, who was strongly adamant that 'Only can buy katlamas in Birmingham bro, just a west midlands ting eni'.

    I shall let him know.
    lool, just to confirm, you mean fried flatbread with mincemeat in, yes?

    also if it's indian, what the biggest load of *******s that you can only get it in the midlands
    surely you get it wherever indian people are?!
    deeply ashamed you didn't see past that one, my friend
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    (Original post by theths)
    lool, just to confirm, you mean fried flatbread with mincemeat in, yes?

    also if it's indian, what the biggest load of *******s that you can only get it in the midlands
    surely you get it wherever indian people are?!
    deeply ashamed you didn't see past that one, my friend
    I can confirm that your description is that of the highly edible katlama, although i've never heard the term flatbread before. But i'm assuming it's the beige looking crust surrounding the mincemeat.

    Oh and my fellow citizen, the owner of Shereen Kadah is one convincing man and tbf, the balti triangle does serve up some odd foods which i don't doubt have only been consumed by those who have been to the balti triangle.

    If you haven't, check it out.
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    (Original post by damos92)
    I can confirm that your description is that of the highly edible katlama, although i've never heard the term flatbread before. But i'm assuming it's the beige looking crust surrounding the mincemeat.

    Oh and my fellow citizen, the owner of Shereen Kadah is one convincing man and tbf, the balti triangle does serve up some odd foods which i don't doubt have only been consumed by those who have been to the balti triangle.

    If you haven't, check it out.
    as much as i love meat and fried bread, birmingham is just that little bit too far
 
 
 
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