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To refuse to eat this dinner?

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dippyeggs78 Tue 04-Jul-17 18:19:44

I've been made curry with pasta...

Aquamarine1029 Tue 04-Jul-17 18:20:42

Who made it?

dippyeggs78 Tue 04-Jul-17 18:21:15

My mum made it

chickenowner Tue 04-Jul-17 18:21:34

Yuk!

OliviaTheFox Tue 04-Jul-17 18:21:43

Yuck. Very wrong.

AlternativeTentacle Tue 04-Jul-17 18:21:44

What the!!!

Mixing continents is not allowed in our house. That is wrong.

Phosphorus Tue 04-Jul-17 18:21:48

Well, it won't kill you.

Will someone be upset if you refuse? Or are they short of cash, and doing the best they can?

It might be lovely grin

IDefinitelyWould Tue 04-Jul-17 18:21:56

I like curry with pasta occasionally! But then I like curry with anything and everything...

bigchris Tue 04-Jul-17 18:22:12

Just ask for the curry without the pasta and dunk some crusty bread in it

Justhadmyhaircut Tue 04-Jul-17 18:23:18

It wasn't your dm that shoved all sorts of left overs in a a curry a while back was it op?

Aquamarine1029 Tue 04-Jul-17 18:23:20

Curry with rice isn't that much different than curry with pasta, but I would give it a try before you decide whether to eat it or not.

DancesWithOtters Tue 04-Jul-17 18:25:30

That is fucked up.

Huldra Tue 04-Jul-17 18:25:34

Is it a mild creamy one?

My parents often used to cook one with tagliatelle, I think there was some dish that was popular in the 70's.

DogPol Tue 04-Jul-17 18:26:03

I'd eat it to be polite, but I'm pulling a face at the thought.
What shape pasta?

GreenHillsOfHome Tue 04-Jul-17 18:26:19

Well it depends on if you like pasta surely. I've had curry with pasta...and in reverse I've had bolognaise with rice. Both seem a little odd but just as tasty.

dippyeggs78 Tue 04-Jul-17 18:26:25

It was only a korma... I tried it and it was horrid!

Huldra Tue 04-Jul-17 18:26:45

Thinking about it, I've seen the same dish in a couple of French restaurants.

Groupie123 Tue 04-Jul-17 18:27:19

There are several authentic Indian dishes that are basically dals or curries with pasta - Dal dhokli, sev tameta, muthia (more of a dumpling) etc.

MrsMoastyToasty Tue 04-Jul-17 18:28:31

That's fusion cookery (wanky hipster restaurateur types would probably charge £15 a portion)

Huldra Tue 04-Jul-17 18:28:57

Ahh I'm not imagining it
www.cuisineactuelle.fr/recettes/tagliatelles-au-poulet-et-au-curry-244204

dippyeggs78 Tue 04-Jul-17 18:29:16

It was penne pasta.. does that make any difference? Haha

NotSoEagerBeaver Tue 04-Jul-17 18:36:25

I always do curry and pasta! Rice is a bastard to get out of carpet. Am I had parent? grin

NotSoEagerBeaver Tue 04-Jul-17 18:37:27

Bad not had...

DogPol Tue 04-Jul-17 18:42:54

Penne? Ooh no. I was hoping it would be noodley. Bows at a push.

Wickedstepmum67 Tue 04-Jul-17 18:44:17

My DH has 'form' in this area: leftover Chinese takeaway lovingly blended with leftover pasta and bolognaise sauce. Yes, it was as grim as it sounds! He can cook, but sometimes overdoes the 'waste not, want not' thing. 😂

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