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Curry too hot...any solutions?

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jacquettalux Mon 25-Mar-19 20:23:00

I've just made a lentil dahl and accidentally added too much 'easy chilli.' I'm a bit of a wimp and it's really hot - I've just downed two pints of water!

Can I do anything to salvage the other three portions?!

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SurgeHopper Mon 25-Mar-19 20:24:12

Coconut milk?

blamethecat Mon 25-Mar-19 20:24:46

Add more tomatoes/stock/coconut milk and lentils to water it down, maybe some honey too ?

Meet0nTheledge Mon 25-Mar-19 20:25:24

Eat it with big dollops of natural yogurt.

bassackwards Mon 25-Mar-19 20:28:20

Yes, definitely yoghurt. Or plain rice on the side.

mumsiedarlingrevolta Mon 25-Mar-19 20:28:28

When it's too spicy DD has either scoop of creme fraiche or once when we didn't have any she put a dollop of Philadelphia cream cheese which she said was delicious!

AnnaMagnani Mon 25-Mar-19 20:31:30

We had this yesterday.

Both of us ate as much as we could then agreed never to speak of the meal ever again.

sackrifice Mon 25-Mar-19 20:31:47

A dollop of mayo swirled in

Lucked Mon 25-Mar-19 20:32:27

Do you have more lentils to make more and then mix them so that it is only half as strong.

brizzlemint Mon 25-Mar-19 20:32:55

Add coconut/natural yoghurt or cream - and drink milk with it when you eat it, water just makes it worse.

CarpetGate Mon 25-Mar-19 20:33:19

Add a tin of tomatoes.

catinboots99 Mon 25-Mar-19 20:33:39

Sugar

FusionChefGeoff Mon 25-Mar-19 20:38:03

Yoghurt or coconut milk

Yossarian22 Mon 25-Mar-19 20:38:33

Make a plain batch, mix the two together and freeze the portions.
You could go down the add yoghurt route but the chilli will still avenge you .... on the way out 🥵

ApolloandDaphne Mon 25-Mar-19 20:40:30

Send it to me. I love very spicy food but DH doesn't. My curries are never hot enough for me.

anniehm Mon 25-Mar-19 20:46:33

Yogurt is the best, if not cream or coconut milk

PleaseJustSayNo Mon 25-Mar-19 20:47:19

Creme fraiche or natural yoghurt

OrzeiliHapiol Mon 25-Mar-19 21:00:21

Got to be something with fat in it to tone down a curry. Water/tomatoes/sugar/stock won't work.

Yoghurt (not 0%) Philadelphia, cream, creme fraiche, a big dollop of butter, anything fatty like that, will all help. Pick a couple of these to be on the safe side. Fat is the only antidote to chilli. Don't drink water - drink milk.

UnPocoLoco2 Mon 25-Mar-19 21:51:17

Full fat natural yoghurt.

jacquettalux Tue 26-Mar-19 21:38:20

Thanks so much everyone! I'll try some of these out.

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