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    Obviously nothing beats a curry from a proper Indian but which brand is best to use when you're making it at home? I havent found one I love yet
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    Patak's is really good.
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    I don't particularly like any sauces, but I do tend to use the Patak's curry paste (the madras one, my supermarket only sells that and korma or something else boring) as a base and then add my own ingredients.
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    My best find in a long time is the little Chinese food shop in Brighton. It does loads of different curry sauces/pastes and i've been experimenting with a few of them.

    If you come across any such shops it's worth taking a look in there, chinese curry stuff is wicked.
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    Home made. You can buy the authentic spices mix for next to nothing on ebay and the results are amazing!
 
 
 
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