Casual Testicle Curry Turned Indian Feast

22 Aug

The Indian Feast part will be focussed on here. The Casual Testicle Curry you will find over at Juls’ blog PepperandSherry. Juls has been a really supportive reader of here and offered lots of encouragement. She also gets a prize for being the first person to ask me write a Guest Post. I am also available for weddings and bar mitzvahs! So if you go over and read my guest post, I hope it doesn’t reflect too badly on Juls’ wonderful blog. Btw she blates loves the offal too.

To start with, I continued my ear obsession and made Sticky Tamarind Pig’s Ear Salad. This was made in pretty the same way as the rest of my pig’s ear salads, but I marinated the ears in tamarind, lime juice, chilli and garlic paste.

Then obvs, we had testicle curry. I invented my new method of de-sacking a testicle using scissors. I’m very proud of it. You can read the whole recipe for the testicle curry over at PepperandSherry (my first Guest Post), but to go with it I made some black cardoman chick peas, some celery seed flatbread and some raita!

All three extras were really simple to make.

The chickpeas were simply one onion chopped and fried, with a can of chickpeas, a can of tomatoes and four black cardoman pods added, then simmered for one hour.

The raita is really a sort of cucumber salad. You mix some white malt vinegar with a tablespoon of sugar and a pinch of salt, then mix them all togerther.

The celery bread comes from ‘Cook, Brew and Blend’ which is a great volume from the old Yard. It mixes a materia medica of herbs with advice for different organ systems, lifestyles, tips on using herbs, tips on making your own products and lots more. I love it. You can buy it here. The flatbread was very simple and went along the lines of add celery seeds to flour, with a bit of water, mix, then roll flat, then griddle on each side.

Then for dessert we had some chilli and lime sorbet that I made a while ago after a FoodiePenpals package. Nowadays I’m the sort of person who just has the perfect dessert in the freezer.

6 Responses to “Casual Testicle Curry Turned Indian Feast”

  1. Carol Anne @ Rock Salt August 22, 2012 at 4:00 pm #

    All I can think is ‘testicle pr0n’. I think you’re doing it on purpose now. Still love the pigs ears, and your curry extravaganza sounds epic.

    • offallygood August 22, 2012 at 4:30 pm #

      Bloody love it! I put the scissor shot in just for them. Get the dirty pervies down the abbatoir! Today I saw a whole bucket of them … I only took two away. Now I have five. Clearly a pure testicle feast is on the cards … Also, that is the fastest response EVER. Quicksilver McGee!

  2. Juls August 23, 2012 at 5:46 am #

    I keep wondering if you’re ever going to be able concoct an offally dessert…

    • offallygood August 26, 2012 at 2:22 pm #

      I did make jelly from cow feet … am turning over s sweetbreads based dessert in my mind though!

  3. Jenny Lau September 2, 2012 at 10:18 pm #

    I’ve just found your blog – I love that both our blogs are similar in premise but you really deserve a medal for going that bit further :). Hope the testicles are going down well. Jenny

    • offallygood September 4, 2012 at 1:46 pm #

      Thanks Jenny, I really like your blog, next year I was thinking about something similar (when I can eat bacon again) – or even getting a whole/half animal from a local farm. I ued to get a beg box and loved the variety it gave me, so I a meat box would just be that bit extra fun!

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