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Modern curries are still developing and changing, but always with a nod back to history.
The Birmingham Balti originated in the city during the late 70s, when Bengali curry chefs started to make their dishes lighter, healthier and served faster to suit Western tastes, according to the Birmingham Balti Association (BBA).
These ingredients are then fried in hot oil until much of the moisture has boiled off, and the plant solids are sufficiently concentrated that the sauce clings to itself and the oil separates.
Source: Europeans took it to mean any one of their thin dressings, and the Portuguese are credited with popularising it after they colonised parts of India - there is a recipe for kari in a 17th Century Portuguese cookery book.
It shows that curry may be the oldest continuously prepared cuisine known in human history, although with modern ingredients like chilli and black pepper added centuries later, the exact definition of curry is still under scrutiny."The Portuguese discovered India, and Britain followed, but Britain is the country that actually brought spice to the whole world," explains chef Cyrus Todiwala from BBC Two's The Incredible Spice Men.The first curry recipe in English was published by Hannah Glasse in 1747.Thailand: Curries include yellow curry, massaman curry, gold curry, green curry, red curry, panang, jungle curry, khao soi.