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Are curries better the next day?

snax | May 21, 200912:05 AM     18

A few questions about curries.

My husband and I love curries and have always turned to buying in my view “good to great” take-out Indian and Thai food which has been excellent. But I’d like to give a few of our favourite curry dishes a go such as rogan josh, sagg chicken, lamb madras and green curry chicken.
Because I’ll be cooking more then what we can eat I have a few questions about left over curries.

How long will a curry last left in the fridge?

Can I freeze the left overs? I read somewhere that it can compromise the spices used in the dish.

And in your opinion do you think left over curries do the dish justice or do you think it’s better to cook small batches often?

Hope I can get some Chow insight

Thanks

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