24 questions from our users
Hi i made the massaman curry exact to the recipe it was abit runny is that normal??i must say the taste was delicious i will definitely make it again i was wondering should i add more meat ect?to bulk it up?
Assuming you did in the pressure cooker? I've never made it, but just looked it up online to see if I could answer. Sounds yum. Do you mean way to much liquid, or what liquid there was, was too watery? My initial opinion was too much liquid in the recipe. We like plenty of liquid with our curries but not watery liquid! I often find pressure cooker recipes suggest too much liquid and you end up with soup. Perhaps next time reduce the liquid you add, or as you say add more meat or vegies. Also, I get different results with different coconut milks. Some don't work real well in curries. Hope that helps a little.
How do I claim I got a fry pan 12 months ago and it sticks I only cook on low heat?
contact chefs toolbox or the rep/shop where you purchased it from. However I guarantee that their reply will be that you have missed used it and that it is your fault. Good luck and let me know how you get on
Thinking of buying the Chefs Toolbox Gingerbread House Silicone Mould..... but I've been 'had' before with their knives - of course the reps' recommend the mould saying how wonderful it is - but I'd love to hear from people who have purchased and used their silicone mould - does it really work? Or am I better off making a gingerbread house free-hand??
Unfortunately I can't be of much help. I've never bought any of their silicone moulds. BUT... I do LOVE their silicone utensils so if it's anything like the silicone they use for those, it may be alright. I do have friends that have purchased their silicone bakeware & haven't had any issues.
I have a silicone Ginger bread house mould. I have had it since 2008, and use it every year for about 3-4 houses, with no issues. I wouldn't hesitate with this one at all :)
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