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Phaal or Phall is one of the hottest curries you will find on the menu. With the hottest chillies and often a large amount of chilli powder, this is not a curry for the feint hearted.
Phall is basically a thick, tomato based curry made with Habanero or Scotch Bonnet peppers (sometimes 10 to 12 of them). It originated in Indian Restaurants in the UK (Birmingham) so it’s not the most “authentic” dish and shouldn’t be mixed up with Phaal from Bangalore which is char-grilled without sauce and eaten as finger-food.
Fenugreek is cultivated worldwide and its seeds and leaves are common ingredients in dishes all across the Indian Subcontinent where it is known as ‘methi’. Using Fenugreek or Methi Fenugreek is used both as a herb (the leaves) and as a spice (the seed, also known as methi). It is a…