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.
I think basically that Chilli powder is Cyenne pepper, paprika and cumin, whereas Curry powder does not have paprika but instead has, along with garlic and ginger, quite a lot of Corriander
Turmeric is spice to be added in curry. Turmeric is very healthy and have antibacterial properties. Almost every Indian curries have turmeric in it. Let me know if you have any question.
Thai Curry uses a lot of fresh herbs as oppose to Indian Curry that uses more spices. I prefer Thai Curry as it's more aromatic and less pungent than Indian Curry. Indian Curry though is like giving a punch of flavor in your mouth. Both are equally good.
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)
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Where can I buy Vencat curry powder PakNSave, Wanganui
Curry powder is a popular mix of spices, herbs and seeds that is used in Indian cooking. Mainly, curry powder is used for flavoring soups, stews, sauces and marinades, but it can also be used to give a kick to many more different types of foods.
Garam Masala is used in Indian Cookery to provide primarily aroma or bouquet to the food - often added towards the end of the cooking process. Hot Madras curry powder is used to add heat and flavour to the food and should be added at the beginning of the cooking process to infuse the dish.
A curry is usually spicy whereas a korma is sweet.
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".
Curry powder is not a substitute for dried or fresh curry leaves. Curry leaves are not in any of the curry powders. Curry powder is a mix of spices such as turmeric, coriander and garam masala. As far as I've been able to tell there is not a good substitute for curry leaves. You can add bay leaves, basil or lime leaves, but it changes the flavor. If you can't find curry leaves locally check an online Indian store.
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