Curry powder is based on four spices, Turmeric, Coriander, Cumin and Fenugreek. The rest of the ingredients differ from region and manufacturer. While many of the spices that make curry powder are said to be beneficial to ones health, the main spice in question here would be tumeric. Tumeric is the source of Curcumin, (Which in eastern language is the word for Tumeric), in the west it is a compound extracted from tumeric and is being heavily researched for Alzheimers, Aids and Cancer. Tumeric Has been found to improve memory loss and mental function.
The proper substitution depends on the specific dish being prepared. A mild curry powder might substitute for tumeric in an Indian dish, while mustard powder might be better in other dishes.
From the Indian spice tumeric
tumeric powder is soluble, but tumeric itself isn't
One of the main curry ingredients is the spice tumeric, which is what gives the color.
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No, curry powder is a recipe ingredient.
Curry powder is a mixture of spices.
Here are all of the recipes for curry Blue Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + Blue Grass Green Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + Green Grass Red Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + Red Grass Yellow Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + Yellow Grass Orange Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + Orange Grass Purple Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + Purple Grass Indigo Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + Indigo Grass Black Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + Black Grass White Curry Riceballs + Curry Powder + White Grass Rainbow Curry Blue Curry + Green Curry + Red Curry + Yellow Curry + Orange Curry + Purple Curry + Indigo Curry + Curry Rice You put them all in the Cooking Pot
Curry powder comes from India and Pakistan
eastern (curry powder, masala)
who discovered curry
curry cumin saffron tumeric
Where can I buy Vencat curry powder PakNSave, Wanganui
Any food that has been seasoned with curry powder can be called curry. Curry powder is a mixture of spices that is popular in Indian cuisine.
Tumeric is what is most reminds people of curry, because it gives it that yellow color that is so distinguishable.
Shelf life of curry
Curry Powder isn't grown, it's bought from a convenience store/ supermarket.
Curry powder (along with other spices) is what is used to give "curry" a "curry taste".
you can buy Jamaican curry powder. it is available in most supermarkets. located with ethnic and Mexican products. a good company is grace. contains tumeric,foenugreek, coriander, cumin, anise, star anise, pepper, pimento, cloves, and garlic
No they are not the same. Mustard powder is, as the name implies, powdered mustard. Curry powder is a mixture of spices powdered and mixed together