Originally Posted by Burris
Thanks. I'm hungry, what's in the skillet?
There is a long tradition of excellent Indian food in the UK with lots of regional variations. "Balti" is a speciality of the asian restaurants in the West Midlands, whereas in West Yorkshire (where I'm from) the restaurants veer more toward the Kashmiri and Punjabi cuisine. Don't know if it's true but I heard "balti" is Hindi for "bucket" and thus it means a curry cooked up in a single pot. The skillet in the picture is actually a Karahi.
Mmmm I'm hungry too now!