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    Default Curry for dinner worried if kids will eat it :(

    We are having a curry for dinner and I am worried if the kids will eat it because it may.be too spicy what can I add to make it more ediable for them ....
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    Plain yoghurt will cool it down. I usually put a tub on the table so people can add as much or as little as desired.

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    Perhaps some natural yoghurt or some cream? These will dilute the flavour.

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    Maybe some cream, or some coconut cream. Or serve it up on rice, and only put a little of the sauce on.

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    I always add extra coconut cream in mine to bring the spice down

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    What kind of curry is it and can you make it milder to start? DS (3) loves a medium curry and I just add extra chilli to it once I take out his serve

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    Yep, a bit of yoghurt and some chutney will cool it down. But they may surprise you! I cooked up a very spicy green thai curry when DS1 was 21 months old and he ended up eating half DH's dinner! And it was spicy - DS2 was born the following morning.

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    Yeah I'm another who adds plain yoghurt works perfectly for DD

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    Lots of rice and naan bread works with my kids. I thought there was no way they'd eat curry, but I gave it a go with rice and just dabbing the naan bread in the curry and that got them used to the taste. Now DD actually begs for curry for dinner! Never thought I'd see the day.

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    What type of curry is it? My kids find Penang, butter chicken and chicken tikka masala too mild but vindaloo too hot. I cook lots of rogan josh, balti, madras, jalfrezi, massaman and Thai green.


 

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