Chicken Dhansak

In short, this dish is medium spiced and sour. The sweetness comes from pineapple although in India fruit is seldom used in the dish. The traditional Dhansak is usually made in India on a Sunday due to its long preparation but we have simplified this so that it can be done within half an hour using a blender. The other main ingredient here is soaked lentil.

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Our recipes are made specific to each curry, but do not feel you must follow them religiously, they are not etched in stone!! The heart of a good curry is in it's adaptation to your own preference.

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Moved back to Italy after 5 years in UK I haven't had chicken dansak for ages, and this one was absolutely superb
(Posted on 2015-09-21 10:28:20)
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This is my favorite one of this website after trying about half of them so far, thanks very much, looki forward to my next one!
(Posted on 2013-04-18 15:28:38)
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