Curry Powder Collection - A Range of Hot, Mild and Fiery Mixes For Authentic Indian Flavours
Making homemade curry powder recipes is an absolute must if you want to truly capture the true flavours, colours and mouthwatering aromas of authentic Indian and South Asian cuisine. And though we often associate this blend with India, there are many variations used in other cultures throughout Asia and the world...
There are popular Jamaican and Sri Lankan versions (recipes below) which have a nice regional twist. Click the Image Links below for a variety of your favourite hot, mild and fiery mixes appropriate for many types of curries and numerous other dishes.
A Jamaican Blend With a Tasty Twist of the Caribbean
A Madras Blend With the Unique Taste of Southern India
An All-Purpose Mix For All Kinds of Curries
A Curry Powder With Complex, Yet Subtle Flavours
A Hot and Spicy Mix - Not For the Faint of Heart!
Basic Curry Blend With the Unique Essence of Ajwain
Super Simple With Tons of Flavour - Can be Made in 5 Minutes
A Good All-Rounder With Fenugreek and Smoked Paprika
A Basic, Good All- Rounder For All Kinds of Recipes
A Curry Seasoning With Cardamom and Fenugreek Seeds
A Milder Mix For Your Milder Indian Curries
Mild Curry Spice For Those Folks Who Prefer Less Heat
A Complex Mix With the Smoky Spiciness of Black Cardamom
A Flavour Packed Blend With the, Fab Unique Pungency of Asafetida
Organic Curry Powder - Clean, Natural and Chemical Free
A Fairly Complex Mix That'll Add Superb Flavours and Aromas
A Simple Blend With The Unique Taste of Sumac
A Sri Lankan Version - Add the Essence of Sri Lanka to Your Cooking
Why Everyone Should Make Homemade Spice Mixes
About 25 years ago, the very first blend I ever made was a curry one, and from that day I definitely caught the bug! Even today the recipes above are still my favourites.
Of course you buy a jar of spices, but if you value great home cooking then I urge you to have a go at making one of the above.
There are quite a few drawbacks to store-bought blends...
...You don't have control over what the manufacturer adds, these can include cheap fillers like processed salt or chili powder, or both!
And I must mention artificial flavours, preservatives and colourings. There are reasons these are added and none of them worthwhile!
With just a few curry powder ingredients, you can create the blend you want; exactly how you like it.
Make them yourself and you get to decide what goes in. Don't like a certain ingredient? Leave it out or substitute another. On a low sodium diet? Reduce the salt or leave it out completely. Want more heat? Add an extra teaspon of chili powder.
You get the picture, nothing is set in stone when you make your own!
Here's a video of how I make a version of the above recipes. The ingredients may be slightly different but the process is exactly the same. If you enjoyed it, you can click the subscribe button in the bottom right corner in the video, or the link below the video...
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