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Curry Powder Recipes - Indian curry and garam masala

Spicy curry powder recipe

*- Coriander seeds 1 / 2 cup
* Cumin seeds-1 / 4 cup
* Black mustard seeds, 1 tablespoon
* Black-Chile 1 teaspoon
* Red chillies-5
* Fenugreek seeds-3 / 4 c. Tea
* Turmeric powder 2 tsp Tea
* Dried curry leaves-20

In a heavy saucepan whisk together all ingredients for 5 minutes over medium heat. Remove from heat. Grind all roasted ingredients together to obtain a powder. Keep in a sealed container.

Basic Curry Powder (Indian Curry) Recipe

6 dried red chilies
1 oz coriander seeds
Spoons with cumin seeds 2
mustard seeds 1 / 2 teaspoon
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 tsp tsp fenugreek
10 fresh curry leaves
1 / 2 teaspoon ground ginger
1 tablespoon ground turmeric
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This medium hot curry blend can be used in any dish requires curry powder.

Remove seeds from peppers. Dry roast spices over medium heat until dark, stirring or shaking the pan frequently to avoid burning. Let cool, then grind to a powder. Dry roast the curry leaves in the pan for a few minutes, then grind and add to mixture with the ginger and turmeric, mix well.

curry powder


Widely used in Indian cooking authentic curry powder is freshly ground every day and can vary greatly depending on the region and the cook. Curry powder is actually a mixture of pulverized 20 spices, herbs and seeds. Among the most commonly used are cardamom, pepper, cinnamon, cloves, coriander, cumin, fennel seeds, fenugreek, mace, nutmeg, red and black pepper, poppy seeds, sesame, saffron, turmeric and tamarind (this is what gives curried dishes their characteristic yellow color). Commercial curry powder - which bears little resemblance to the freshly ground blends of southern India - is available in two basic models: standard, and hotter, "Madras" curry powder.

Curry powder is used to flavor soups and stews, and is ideal for add a special touch to all kinds of sauces and marinades, as well as meatloaf and chicken burgers and tuna, pasta and potato salads. Since curry powder quickly loses its flavor, it must be stored, airtight, no more than two months.


"Curry powder" as we know it was a British invention, not an Indian, designed to capture the flavor of Indian cuisine, without the laborious the effort of custom-blending, roasting and grinding spices for each dish. And even more strange, the curry powder, or maybe even contain curry leaves! Curry has become a favorite in Great Britain in the late nineteenth century, and spread popularity in Japan.

Flavor Trend

Mainly Americans have already benefited from India curry and Thai restaurants. Now, the curry mix is added to familiar foods, a simple grilled shrimp and chicken breast sauteed vegetables. Curry is a key element of South and Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, Japan, cuisine and English Australia. At the heart of most curry blends of flavor is a basic black or red pepper, coriander and cumin. A number of spices can be added this base to create experiences of different flavors. Garam Masala for example, is a sweet curry, cardamom, cinnamon and cloves. Hot Madras Curry provides heat and intense flavor of the region of Madras in India and also includes fenugreek, turmeric and garlic. Red curry mixes are a complex mixture select spices, chilli and cardamom. As Americans become more familiar with the curry, discover a wide range of possibilities flavor.
What Experts Say

"We love to combine curry with fruits such as apples, bananas and passion fruit flavors sweet, and as vanilla, says Chef Shawn McClain of Spring and Green Zebra in Chicago. "For example, a lobster spring roll is served with passion fruit Maine and curry sauce. "

Perfect Flavor Partners include:

basil, coriander, lemon, coconut, garlic, ginger, mango, mint, fruit passion, banana, vanilla and yogurt

Light brown or yellow gold.
Taste and aroma

Both musk bright sometimes sweet, sometimes spicy

Since up to 20 spices can include curry powder, its profile is complex. Turmeric Add fenugreek and cinnamon and cardamom add earthy sweetness, add peppers and chilli

Goa curry powder

3 / 4 cup unsweetened shredded coconut dried
1 tablespoon minced garlic
4 fresh green chillies as Serrano, minced
3 tablespoons cilantro ground
2 tablespoons white poppy seeds
1 tablespoon black pepper
Of 1 tablespoon fennel seeds
1 tablespoon Coffee ajwain seeds
10 cardamom pods
10 teeth
1 tsp tsp turmeric

1. In a medium skillet, toast the coconut over medium heat, stirring
continuously for about 8 minutes until golden and crisp. Transfer to
2. In the same skillet, roasted garlic, dried chillies and green
medium heat, stirring constantly for about 8 minutes to dry
and gold.
3. Place the remaining spices in the pan and dry roast over medium heat,
stirring and shaking the pan until golden and very fragrant. Remove
and costs.
4. Mix all ingredients roasted together in a spice grinder in batches,
and process on high speed until what spices are finely ground form of dust.
5. Pour into a nonreactive container, cover tightly and holds up to 3 months

Garam Masala

This easy to make spice blend is the heart of most Indian dishes. A combination of various spices, is likely to have as many recipes as families in India! Here's a basic. Once you get a sense of taste gives your cooking, experiment and modify to suit their needs.

Garam masala is best made fresh just prior to cooking, but if you do not have the patience (like me) who makes the future and stored for several months in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.
Preparation Time: 0 hours, 10 minutes
Cooking time: 0 hours, 4 minutes


* 4 tablespoons coriander seeds
1 tablespoon cumin seeds
* 1 tablespoon pepper black
* 1 ½ tsp teaspoon black cumin seeds (shahjeera)
* 1 ½ tsp teaspoon dry ginger
Cardamom * ¾ c. black tea (3-4 large pods approx)
¾ c. teaspoon cloves *
* ¾ c. teaspoon cinnamon (2 x 1 pieces)
¾ c. Tea crushed bay leaves *


* Heat a skillet over medium heat and gently roast all ingredients (Leave cardamom pods that later), except the dry ginger, till they change a few shades darker. Stir occasionally. Do not be tempted accelerate the process by increasing the heat the spices burn outside and remain raw inside.
* When spices are roasted in turn from the heat and let cool.
* Once cooled, remove the cardamom seeds and mix again your skin with all other spices grilled.
* Grind all into a fine powder in a mill to clean, dry coffee.
* Store in an airtight container in a cool, dark place.

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About the Author

M.A in Mass Communication from the University of Hyderabad, worked for Hydrogen Youth Magazine Hyderabad (now Chill @ Hyderabad) for a year. Worked for many television channels like CNBC-TV18, MAA TV, ESPN-STAR Sports.


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