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Author Topic: Any ideas for the best use of roast wild boar Christmas lunch left-overs?  (Read 634 times)

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I'm stumped. Any ideas for roast wild boar left overs?
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Well, you are all a bit too late now. Mrs P-K grabbed the left over Wild Boar by its neck and turned it into a drool-worthy twist on a Coorg Pandi Curry. Surprised me and delighted me.

A Coorg Pandi Curry is actually an excellent authentic pork curry from the southern Indian region of Coorg. Never heard of Coorg myself but they obviously like their scoff down there.

Nigella P-K's version was superb and I can highly recommend the website she nicked the recipe from. It is called Hari Ghotra after the name of the Indian lady that runs it. If you happen to have any wild boar leftovers, or just fancy making a really decent curry from scratch, aim your fingers towards...

https://www.harighotra.co.uk/indian-recipes/

Mada Jaffrey eat your lovely heart out!
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