North Indian Curry Challenge For March

Hey guys! Here’s the list for the month of March! Go ahead and strike the recipes you’ll want to try. Let’s try concentrating on recipes from certain places from now on! I chose North Indian curries cause I’m from India!XD. ..I didn’t want to mix the curries from South. Let’s keep that for another month! I’m quite familiar with these recipes, but let’s see what you’ll think!

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1. Malvani Chicken Curry
2. Chicken Tikka Masala
3. Butter Chicken
4. Murgh Rezala
5. Sali Murgh
6. Murgh do pyaaza
7. Methi Chicken
8. Kolhapuri Chicken Curry
9. Dal Makhani
10. Kadai Paneer
11. Kofta Curry
12. Paneer Tikka Masala
13. Shahi Paneer
14. Gatta curry
15. Palak paneer
16. Khatta meat
17. Rajasthani Laal Maas
18. Kosha Mangsho
19. Bengali Doi Maach
20. Hilsa fish curry

68 responses to “North Indian Curry Challenge For March”

  1. I will take palak paneer. 😊😊

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  2. I will take Dal Makhani πŸ™‚

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  3. Butter chicken. What do I have to do ?

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    1. Make it and by the end of last week of March I’ll be making a post to link these recipes in. Write about your experience and recipe used in the post u make..

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      1. Ok thanks. I already have a blog post for that when I made it earlier. Does that help ?

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      2. Repost it during the last week of March if you don’t mind

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    2. If scroll down through my posts there will be some rules posted. It’s nothing big though! There will be a judge who will select the top 4 recipes☺

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      1. Great! I know nothing about it but I liked the name!! πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ‘

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      2. Murgh means chicken in hindi

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      3. Oh perfect! How do you pronounce it?

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  4. I’ll take kofta curry, can I do a nargisi kofta curry or the plain one ?? coz I was planning on sharing the nargisi one

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    1. It’s an open choice!

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      1. Great, nargisi kofta curry then πŸ™‚

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  5. Oooh! So many choices!!!! What to choose?

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    1. Your wish! 9 to 15 is veg! Kadai Paneer is delicious

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  6. I know!!! I’m currently between two…can I make two???

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  7. I’m going to make shahi paneer and gatta curry as a challenge for myself as they are both new for me, and you can tell me which one you want for the challenge x

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    1. U can do both incase you are interested

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      1. Yes, I’ll do that πŸ™‚ excellent!

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  8. Hi Lina…. I have got so many north Indian recipe. Which I have already published

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    1. The ones on the list is it?

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      1. Hilsa, kosha mansho

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  9. And some are yet to publish

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  10. Bengali doi maach or kasha mansho. I can take that

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    1. Ok will strike or for you..

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  11. Ohh, I like the idea of choosing recipes all from a particular place! All your suggestions sound so delicious πŸ˜€ I think I’d like to try the kadai paneer πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks ☺ I’ll strike it for you Laurie ☺

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  12. May I do paneer tikka masala?

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  13. Great challenge Lina! I’ve never contributed to a challenge before – time to get out of my ‘comfort zone’ – can I try the Chicken Tikka Masala?

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    1. Sure!you have loads of time to make the post! I am glad you want to try

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  14. Hi Lina! I have always wanted to try Rajasthani laal maas, I will take that too along with the kofta curry πŸ™‚

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    1. Ok! That’s amazing

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  15. Lina I can take Methi Chicken as I have blogged that recipe before. πŸ™‚

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    1. Ok! You’ll have to repost it during the last week of March

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  16. Lin – quick question: Do we post our challenge recipe any day the last week of March or a specific day? Just wondering because Heidi and I alternate days and during the last week of March I will be posting on Monday (28th) and Wednesday (30th) only – is either one of these days acceptable?

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    1. Any day in the last week of March!

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      1. Perfect. Thanks Lin! πŸ˜€

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  17. Aw wow!! The remaining ones… I never heard of them before 😦 too bad, nice challenge tho!!

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    1. It’s actually fun when you don’t know and try it new!

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      1. You are right!! I will research them I find the recipes!

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      2. Yes and choose one for sure! You have a month to prepare

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  18. I’ll try the Khatta meat, if I may.

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  19. Actually — i’ve been having a bit of computer problem here, and now got to look at recipes a bit further — I’d like to try Sali Murgh — although either would be good. Your choice as to what to assign me!

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    1. Khatta means sour. Sali Murgh is very good. If you like sour stuff you should go with Khatta meat..Otherwise I would suggest Sali Murgh

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      1. I think this time the Sali Murgh. Both sound good but I’m in the mood for chicken. Thanks. πŸ˜‰

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      2. PS: iF I have enough time, I’ll also try the khatta meat, but don’t cross that one off in case someone else wants to enter that one.

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      3. No you can do it

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      4. Okay I’ll work them both in during coming weekends!

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  20. I’ll do the Malvani Chicken curry if still available πŸ™‚ let me know Lina πŸ™‚

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      1. super πŸ™‚ looking forward to the next challenge

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  24. What about achari chicken

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