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  1. Any recipes for Currywurst sauce.

    Bought some bratties from Lidl. Want to serve them with currywurst sauce Mitchell pommfrittes. Got recipe off tinternet but I wonder if anybody has got Thierry own recipe which they swear by.

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  2. I am pretty lazy, so I generally just mix some curry powder into some Heinz. However you can purchase Hela Curry-Gewurzketchup on amazon.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hela-Curry-...+curry+ketchup

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    Quote Originally Posted by Defenestration View Post
    you can purchase Hela Curry-Gewurzketchup on amazon.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hela-Curry-...+curry+ketchup
    Thats the way forward... I also make sure I pick up a bottle when I'm working over in Germany every few months.

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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Defenestration View Post
    I am pretty lazy, so I generally just mix some curry powder into some Heinz. However you can purchase Hela Curry-Gewurzketchup on amazon.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hela-Curry-...+curry+ketchup
    I tend to purchase the Hela but a fair substitute (and way cheaper) is Crucials Curry Sauce. You can get it on Amazon but it's expensive, Mrs Ted got it from Jack Fulton's for about a quid a bottle. If I run out of both then curry powder and Heinz is perfectly acceptable.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Tedlooney View Post
    I tend to purchase the Hela but a fair substitute (and way cheaper) is Crucials Curry Sauce. You can get it on Amazon but it's expensive, Mrs Ted got it from Jack Fulton's for about a quid a bottle. If I run out of both then curry powder and Heinz is perfectly acceptable.
    I've got a recipe which has tomato sauce Worcester sauce mild curry powder cayenne pepper paprika so will give that a go.

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  6. There is a shop in the market at the foot of tower bridge that sells Hela and lots of other German food items. I always stock up there when down south!

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    Heinz do a Curry sauce now, not quite up to HELA standard but an easily available alternative from all supermarkets...
    Mix in a bit of extra paprika if you want a bit more zing
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  8. Cheers. Experimented with making my own last put a bit too much cayenne pepper.
    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Blank View Post
    Heinz do a Curry sauce now, not quite up to HELA standard but an easily available alternative from all supermarkets...
    Mix in a bit of extra paprika if you want a bit more zing
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    haha yea can imagine too much cayenne would be a bit "tasty" paprika is a bit more subtle or a mix of both for heat and flavour
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  10. I put the following in.

    1 cup Tom sauce
    5 teaspoons mild curry powder
    2 teaspoons smoked paprika
    1 teaspoon onion powder
    1/8 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper

    2 tablespoons water
    4 tablespoon stock
    1 teaspoon Worcester sauce

    And 1 teaspoon baking powder to take away the acidity.

    I put 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper that's why I think it was too hot. Lol
    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Blank View Post
    haha yea can imagine too much cayenne would be a bit "tasty" paprika is a bit more subtle or a mix of both for heat and flavour
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