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Recipe For Burmese Chicken Curry — 25 Comments

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  3. Beautiful dish! It looks very tasty and delicious. I’m getting hungry now! 🙂

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    • thanks so much for the visit 🙂

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  5. You certainly have my vote for this wonderful creation.

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    • thank you for you support 🙂

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  6. looks yummy, how did it taste?

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    • it was really good 🙂

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  7. Wow! That looks great! I am going to see if I can get the ingredients here in the States and make it some time. My husband doesn’t eat spicy food, but I will make it for a dinner party or something.
    Good luck Hon. I hope things go well and we are reading your delicious recipe for Round 3.
    Tracy

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    • thanks for the support! I am sure you can get most of the ingredients I use in the States. We have a limited amount of goodies here. Have a super day 🙂

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  8. Beautiful post! Sending some Foodbuzz ♥ your way. Hope we both make it to the next round 😉

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    • thanks for the ♥ and support and good luck 🙂

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  9. you got my vote and my tweet – good luck!

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    • thank you for your support 🙂 good luck to you too!

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  10. Great job highlighting the variety of curries out there that don’t get much press (in Europe anyway). And thanks so much for stopping by and giving me the seal of approval on my Bobotie – means a lot! By the way, in reference to your tweet, I was surprised as well that there 4 Boboties (that I counted) but I don’t see South African food as being ‘strange’ at all – just not what I’m used to cooking and yet totally delicious! Best of luck with PFB! 🙂

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    • That Babotie of yours looked awesome 🙂 I just find it strange that the food we eat every day could be considered outside of someone else’s comfort zone. The same I suppose someone from Myanmar will look at my dish and say ‘so, what is different about this’. Did you see how many other dishes were repeated? Good luck to you as well 🙂

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  11. Congrats!! Looking forward to read the next challenges!
    The Curry looks divine as Jane-Anne also said, just readin through the ingredients – cal almost smell all the spices! xx

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    • I hope I get through to the next round 🙂 will start begging for votes soon! Thanks for your support xxx

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  12. Well done, Old Girl, I am proud of you!

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    • that means so much to me, coming from you!

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  13. The time, effort, perfectionism and love you have put into cooking this dish really shines through! It sounds amazing, well done, Tandy. I think you will be a good contender in this next round. Happy cooking xxx

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    • thank you so much for your vote of confidence – no matter what the outcome, these challenges are amazing 🙂

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  14. I can almost smell the spices wafting off this page, Tandy. Now all I can think of is curry. Lovely!

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    • thank you so much Jane-Anne – enjoy the rest of your weekend 🙂

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