How to cool down a curry without yogurt. Coconut milk technically isnt dairy but lends a great creaminess to dishes. Yoghurt yes and also i like to put coconut in i buy a block of that creamed coconut stuff and roughly chop some and bung it in at the last minute it melts in easily so you might be able to serve yours and calm hers down before serving that. Plus it goes well with a lot of asian flavors if thats the kind of dish youre try to tone down. How to cool down a curry 1.
Cook the girl something else or make the curry again leaving the spice mix out and combine the two batches. You can add milk sour cream or even a dollop of plain yogurt over each serving but beware of adding and then cooking the dairy over higher heat as it may curdle. I would recommend adding yoghurt to your dish. Dairy such as yoghurt and cream can help balance spiciness and impart a cooling effect on a curry.
Raita is a classic refreshing dip made of yogurt and grated cucumber while lassi is a popular yogurt based beverage often flavored with mango. Peel a large potato cut in half and add to curry boil up a bit and it should soak up some of the heat and spices. Help how do we cool down a curry. In addition to toning down the curry itself or if you lack time or opportunity to do so you can also make a hot curry more palatable by serving it with cooling accompaniments.
Oooohhhh will make the curry piping hot and then add the yogurt. Theres no magic fix. How can i cool it down a bit for them so its not as spicy. This also works if you have added too much salt to a dish.