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Curry-Bun-Recipe! by Timelady93 Curry-Bun-Recipe! by Timelady93
Curry-Buns! Serves 8 hungry people, at least...
(1-9) = Picture reference

The Dough:

2/3 Cup Finger-warm water
1 package of yeast (50g)
2 1/2 Cup Flour (more if needed)
1/4 Cup Sugar
1 Egg
100-125 g Melted Butter
Salt, about 1 teaspoon
(Enough Flour to make the dough non-sticky enough to not get stuck with your hands.)


The Filling:

500g Chicken (chop into small cubes)
1 teaspoon crushed Garlic
1/4 Cup Oil (preferably one with a neutral flavour, otherwise it might affect the taste later)
1/4 Cup Curry Powder
Some chilli-flakes (after your own taste, be careful though, they’re hot!)
About one or two rows of high quality Dark Chocolate (at least 70% cocoa)
Oil, to fry the Buns in, remember, neutral flavour, you don’t want the buns to taste like nuts.

(The oil should be heated up to 150˚C or 302˚F)
(AND BE CAREFUL!!! Keep a lid nearby so you can kill the fire if the oil would ignite.)

Extra:

1 Egg
Panko (Asian bread-crumbs)

Okay, onward to the instructions then!

The Dough:

Mix the warm water with the yeast in a glass and allow it to dissolve in the water.
Add about half of the flour in a large bowl along with the sugar.

Mix it a bit with your hands before you pour the yeast-water and you start mixing it into a rather sticky dough.
Pour the melted butter, salt and the egg in the bowl. Make sure it’s properly mixed.

Now, you start adding the rest of the flour to make this sticky mess into a sticky ball instead.
Add flour to the dough until you can pat it lightly without getting dough on your fingers. (1)
Cover the bowl with a kitchen towel and let it be for at least an hour, or until it has doubled its original size. (2)

When you’re waiting for the dough, you can make the chicken ready!

The Filling:

Chop the chicken into small cubes. Cook the chicken with oil until it’s done, (It’s preferably to use a non-stick pan)
then you add garlic, curry-powder and chilli-flakes. Chop up some dark chocolate and add it in the pan. (3)

Back to the dough!

Split the dough into at least 8 pieces and roll them into a ball-shape. (4)
(If you don’t want too large buns, just split the dough into more pieces.)

Flatten them out and add some of the chicken-mix. (5)
Now, you use that extra egg. Beat it and cover the “seam” of the bun when you’re going to close it over the chicken-mix. (6)
Then, you cover the entire bun with beaten egg and roll it into the Asian bread-crumbs, Panko. (7)

When you’ve finished all your buns, heat up the oil to the correct temperature and fry the buns. (8)
When the buns are golden brown on both sides, you can pick them up and place them on some paper to get rid of the excess fat.

(9) ENJOYYYYY! :D

(If you have any questions, a comment/note is fine!)
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:icongeek-queen:
Geek-Queen Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Student General Artist
Awesome! So.. What type of chocolate should I use? Can it be the reg. chocolate? Like Arrow?
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Timelady93 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Oh, I have no idea what brand you should use, but I would go for a more darker kind.
A light milk-chocolate would most likely make the currybuns taste a bit sweet,
which would be strange, mixed with the other ingredients  :P

I think I used some 70%-80% dark chocolate. Nothing special, it just needs to be a bit on the
more bitter side, and you don't need that much, I mean, if you don't like dark chocolate? 

*I'm rambling* Sorry xD I hope I'm making some kind of sense :D
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Geek-Queen Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student General Artist
No, I think I got it thanks
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cryinglilbitcharmin Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I'm soooo gonna try this
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:icontimelady93:
Timelady93 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yes! You've got to try these, they taste amazing!
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cryinglilbitcharmin Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I can't wait ^__^
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75ChelsiePurple Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2013   General Artist
I am going to copy this recipe and make this, and it will be delicious! Delicious I tell you! :drool: Seriously, me and my friend are already excited just thinking about it :D
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Timelady93 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
AAh! If you do it, please tell me how it turned out!
If the recipe might need some alterations or not?
The curry-buns are sooooo tastyyy *droools*
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75ChelsiePurple Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013   General Artist
Hehehe :D Yep, we will. We both agree that curry buns are the best things in the world (funny cos we never tried them...) but since Sebastian made them they must taste like heaven~
Haha, see the irony?
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Timelady93 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Me and my friend agree on that too!
Though we have tasted these heavenly things...'Hellish' might be a better description though,
seeing as it actually was a Demon who made them in the first place XD
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