Interesting facts about Madras Curry Powder
Curry Madras Powder is usually only called curry. They are also aromatic spice mixes that were made by the English to cook the Indian curry dishes in your home country. There are many different curry powders in Europe, but in India, the chefs do not mix curry powder into your meals, they know exactly how much of each spice comes into your dishes. Yes, they are true spice masters. The recipes are family secrets, passed down through generations, and passed on from mothers to their daughters or sons.
The curry spice, which comes from south-eastern India, the region of Tamil Nadu, is known for its warm and aromatic taste. With this, you can not only make delicious curry dishes but also season the next curd with your jacket potatoes.
Culinary use of Madras curry powder
The Madras Curry is particularly suitable for light meat dishes with creamy sauces, as well as a variety of vegetarian dishes. Curry can also be used very well in marinades for salads or in sauces.
You can also serve a delicate yogurt dip to a vegetable stick. Put 1/2 tsp, Madras Curry, in a bowl with 250 gr natural yogurt. Mix it well and season it with salt if necessary.
Ingredients: turmeric, coriander, fenugreek seed, cumin, bell pepper, allspice, mustard, chili, ginger, fennel, garlic and cardamom
Allergens: Contains mustard and may contain traces of celery.
Please put all your spices, herbs and seasoning powders in an airtight container. Store them cool, dry, and protected from the sun.