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Isn't Balti, aka stir fry curry in a Balti, the real English / Punjabi fusion dish created in the Midlands? I studied at Birmingham University and enjoyed 1m baltis for lunch almost every day
Balti isn't a stir fry AFAIK: it's got a thick spicy sauce you simmer your protein/veg in.

Korma is (one of the) made up one(s).


To clarify, it may be stir fried in a wok but it's not a "stir fry" quick dish.
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Amazing! Thank you!!!!!! Looking at store availability I’ll have to make a trip to “The French Side”!
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It's the Italian word for bloody Euro 2020 football stickers which require a child to spend a few hundred francs if they have any chance of filling a sticker album which gets dumped the minute the final whistle of the final has been blown.
But if you hold on to the album until about 2057 it might fetch 50p at Antiques Roadshow.
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