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Curry Powder

Curry Powder
Curry Powder
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Curry Powder

n these countries started reaching fever pitch. It is assumed that the word “curry” is derived from the Tamil term “kari”, which largely translates into sauce for meat and vegetables. Since most of the spices or fresh ingredients used in South Asian food were not readily available around the world, the creation of curry powder came as a substitute.The term “curry” has been popularized by the Western nations during the nineteenth century, when the palette for Asian food in these countries started reaching fever pitch. It is assumed that the word “curry” is derived from the Tamil term “kari”, which largely translates into sauce for meat and vegetables. Since most of the spices or fresh ingredients used in South Asian food were not readily available around the world, the creation of curry powder came as a substitute.

Essentially, curry powder is a blend of about seventeen to eighteen different spices namely, Red Chilli, Coriander, Cumin, Black Pepper, Turmeric, Cinnamon, Mace, Cloves, Cardamom, Bay Leaves, Ginger, Garlic, Salt, Mango Powder. However this list is by no means exhaustive. Many people mix in their own choice of spices to create curry powder. Hence the term curry powder is a generic word meaning blend of spices. Here is how you can make your own curry powder or paste:

  • Select the spices you want to use, depending on the flavors you are wanting to achieve
  • Dry fry them in a pan (no oil needed) till they start to pop and crackle
  • Take them off the heat and let them cool off
  • Transfer the spices into a grinder and blitz till a smooth powder form. Your curry powder is now complete
  • If you want to make a curry paste: Add onion, garlic, fresh ginger and fresh chilies, to the powder and blend in a food processor till smooth
  • Store in airtight containers.

    Essentially, curry powder is a blend of about seventeen to eighteen different spices namely, Red Chilli, Coriander, Cumin, Black Pepper, Turmeric, Cinnamon, Mace, Cloves, Cardamom, Bay Leaves, Ginger, Garlic, Salt, Mango Powder. However this list is by no means exhaustive. Many people mix in their own choice of spices to create curry powder. Hence the term curry powder is a generic word meaning blend of spices. Here is how you can make your own curry powder or paste:

    • Select the spices you want to use, depending on the flavors you are wanting to achieve
    • Dry fry them in a pan (no oil needed) till they start to pop and crackle
    • Take them off the heat and let them cool off
    • Transfer the spices into a grinder and blitz till a smooth powder form. Your curry powder is now complete
    • If you want to make a curry paste: Add onion, garlic, fresh ginger and fresh chilies, to the powder and blend in a food processor till smooth
    • Store in airtight containers.


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