When we have asked our customers this question, we hear two common misconceptions, “it is too “hot” or “too complicated and intimidating”. Curry is not just a flavor or a hot Indian dish but is simply a type of sauce or gravy. It can be savory or sweet (or hot if you prefer) and, if done right, will always be packed with flavor, aroma, and depth.
Curry is usually served with rice and a variation of vegetables, chicken, pork, lamb, beef, and tofu. Traditional Indian curry powders include Indonesian Rendang Curry, Yellow Curry Powder, Madras Curry Powder and our personal favorite, Garam Masala Powder.
Curry powders are one of the most misunderstood spice blends. They should not be intimidating and are easy to prepare. If your recipe calls for curry paste, you can simply mix one tablespoon curry powder with one tablespoon each of water and oil. We encourage you to shop our online curry powders and try one today.
"I had no idea that there were that many types and flavors of curry, the Japanese is one of my favorites. Though I cannot dismiss the Thai and the outrageous combination of flavors".