How to Make the Curry Base for Any Indian Dish (with Babu Ji Chef Jessi Singh)

Tadka is the hot oil and spice mix at the base of many Indian dishes; mastering it’s basic formula means having a myriad of curry options at your fingertips. On this episode of Savvy, learn the tadka basics — plus three ways to spin it — with chef and owner of NYC’s Babu Ji, Jessi Singh. 

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Chicken curry (typical Indian style) cooked outdoor on wood. The charcoal and wood adds a special aroma to the chicken, making it amazingly delicious. It’s very easy to cook and takes less than a hour.

So the next time you go out for camping or picnic do try this delicacy. Your frenz will luv it and title you as a great chef!!
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