In India, they say “there are as many curry powders as cooks,” since each cook mixes their own curry according to their family’s preferences, passed down from generation to generation. For those of us without this tradition, our sweet yellow curry powder is a great place to start. Beyond just Indian cooking, add this yellow curry powder to rice, vegetables, chicken salad, dips, and baked fish or chicken. Ingredients: Turmeric, coriander, cumin, spices, arrowroot.
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Great for afternoon tea or snow cones and maybe even a baked dessert.
Blend it with together with small onion, ground anise (2 tsp), curry powder (1 tsp), cinnamin (1/2 tsp), onion, 1/3 c orange juice, peanut butter (2 TBSP), peanut oil (1 TBSP), brown sugar or honey. Bake or Grill. Really good flavors. Try it.
Sometimes I am too lazy to make curry the hard way.
This is so fresh and so good that now I don't have to.
This was the first curry powder I've ever purchased and I love it! My favorite use so far is in a big batch of curried vegetable soup. Toss this spice, a bunch of veggies, some chickpeas, into a good broth with a can of coconut milk and you are good to go for the week. Yum!