Lighter Side of Show Me The Curry – Bloopers

Many of you may think we are perfect…well we are on most days :). Here is a collection of bloopers and outtakes that will make you think otherwise. Watch this video and share in the laughter (at our expense)!

0 thoughts on “Lighter Side of Show Me The Curry – Bloopers

  1. Hi? Anuja and Hetal, How are you doing. Hope you are very busy with excellent service you are rendering to all of us who are interested in getting nice recipes from you. I always like to watch new recipes from you and admire the beautiful new creation with super explanations. Please keep this good service always and we pray for your good health to to serve us always God bless you both with long life.

    Thank you very much.
    S. Lalji. If I want all the recipes how can I get them l
    please let me know and oblige.

  2. What a delight!

    (Sorry, have to pause here, to wipe the tears of laughter from my eyes!)

    Haven’t had such a good laugh in a long, long time, and laughing is wonderful for our wellbeing!

    Thank you, SMTC, for being so real and so human! πŸ™‚ Love your videos, to which I’m subscribed…

    I’m not Indian, but have visited your wonderful country several times, most recently in 2010 on a bit of a pilgrimage in Bihar. Your national cuisine is truly grand, and we have the great good fortune to be able to revisit it at a delightful family restaurant near where we live, in Fremantle, Australia (‘Mother India’).

    I pretend to imitate your skill by making lots of vegetarian curries for me and my wife Ò€” thanks for your inspiration! πŸ™‚

    All the best,

    Norm

    1. Hi Norman,

      Thank you so much for your kind words and for taking the time to write. We are glad you enjoyed our little bloopers! Yes, we definitely are human and love to have fun in the kitchen!

  3. Hahahaha πŸ˜€ :D!!! Awesome video… I burst out laughing with tears in my eyes. My daughter(3yr old) was looking at me as if ‘Whats wrong with my mamma?’ I was laughing that badly :)!! Every bit was ultimate & I enjoyed it a lot.
    Keep rocking gals!!

  4. Hello ladies,
    A little late at commenting on this video, I know, but as they say, “better late than never”.

    Loved the bloopers immensely. πŸ™‚

    Here’s a request – for those of us who are using your videos to learn cooking, it would be great if you could have a segment demonstrating how to use an oven effectively, and few rules of thumb. I know that you periodically give tips, but these are scattered in your recipes so a single clip for it would make it more comprehensive.

    A Few tips on adaptations of traditional Indian cooking methods such as dum, tandoori, dhuanar, zamin-doz etc would be quite useful. I come across these in recipes, but can’t actually figure out how to adapt them for use in a modern kitchen.

    Also, your husbands could actually have their own segment on cookouts and barbeque. πŸ™‚

    Thanking you once again,

    A grateful foodie.

  5. Loved it..Hetal and Anuja…it was gr8 to watch the fun side of u guys…and it was hilarious!!! Love ur recipes..thanks for such wonderful website!

  6. I think this is the best Cooking programme on the Net!
    Congratulations! You are doing a wonderful job! God bless you.

    1. It is the container in what they serves recipe specially looks like mini bucket. Balti means bucket in English.

  7. Hi Hetal & Anuja,

    That was really funny and specially with the guys ;-). Keep going with all your nice “recettes” (recipes in french). Bye

    Ruq

  8. Hi Hetal/Anuja and the whole team of SMTC,
    Your recipes are really nice.The presentation is perfect..the video and the printable recipe are well scripted…Perfect even for beginners …Keep up the good work . All the best !

  9. funny! you are fun to watch and your videos are teaching me tons!

    can you do a recipe for my favorite… chicken kashmir with cashews and golden raisins. there isn’t an indian restaurant where i just moved and i have to, have to, have to eat this at least once/month. thanks!

  10. hey…it was fun watching this…you guys are gr8…Can you please post recipe for sirka pyaz (onion vinegar red colour which are served in indian restaurants)…waiting for this recipe…

  11. I was going through the site and realised that the links on the right do not point to the correct recipes. I have to use the search box to get to the correct videos. Please fix the links. I love your videos, the links are an easy access, but alas they are broken πŸ™

  12. lmao…that was awesome…both of ya look prity serious in the videos..never thought you guys are fun too…neat…keep going and continue to add a pinch of spice and sugar in our lives…

  13. This was fun…glad that you guys are having fun while making the videos…you guys have great chemistry..love show me the curry

  14. Hi Anuja/Hetal,
    I love watching your videos (so much that, I have to watch it once a day!). Just by looking at the recipes, I fill my stomach most of the times. Whatever recipe from you I have tried so far hasn’t failed! Big thanks for that. Keep up the good work.
    BTW which camcorder do you use? We have couple top brands, but none of them come out as good as yours. Well, I’m not trying to video tape my recipes, don’t have time for that. I just want to capture my baby’s precious moments. That’s all. If you can tell, that would be great!
    Thank you!

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