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What would you add to a jarred curry?

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HoleySock Mon 08-May-17 11:10:14

I'm making a chicken tikka masala with veg in the slow cooker and very lazily using a jarred tikka sauce because life is too short.
It doesn't have as much sauce as i would like. Would you add yogurt? Tomatoes? Coconut milk?
Any bright ideas would be most welcome.

Newtssuitcase Mon 08-May-17 11:11:39

If you add tomatoes it will zap the flavour. I'd add another jar of the sauce.

NoCapes Mon 08-May-17 11:13:03

I always think there isn't enough sauce when I first put it in, but as it simmers down it tends to get a bit wetter, I'd wait a little bit and if it still isn't enough add half a jar more

HoleySock Mon 08-May-17 11:13:49

@Newtssuitcase I would if I had one smile I'm trying to avoid dragging the kids to the shops if I can!

HoleySock Mon 08-May-17 11:14:31

@NoCapes that's true, I suppose once the mushrooms start cooking more they'll ooze out some fluid

NoCapes Mon 08-May-17 11:15:59

I quite like a thick chunky curry anyway without loads of sauce in my plate, if all else fails just pretend it's meant to be like that grin

JustAnotherPoster00 Mon 08-May-17 11:19:11

Id add the coconut milk myself OP but I do like my curries on the sweet side when I make them at home

BillyButtfuck Mon 08-May-17 11:27:18

I add red pepper pesto

ThisisrealityGreg Mon 08-May-17 11:28:38

We have the Aldi ones all the time - I add half a jar of water with it for extra sauce. The korma one is a firm family favourite.

HoleySock Mon 08-May-17 11:34:27

Sweet is good @JustAnotherPoster00 Anything too spicy and the kids I'll go on hunger strike

JustAnotherPoster00 Mon 08-May-17 11:45:11

HoleySock Yup exactly grin

Blondie1984 Mon 08-May-17 13:12:57

Add some stock maybe

PutThatPomBearBack Mon 08-May-17 14:55:18

Do you have curry powder and corn flour? Just add them both to thicken it!

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