a powdered preparation of spices and other ingredients, usually including turmeric and coriander, used for making curry or for seasoning food.
a mixture of finely ground pungent spices, such as turmeric, cumin, coriander, ginger, etc, used in making curries
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For a super basic curry, you can start out with any prepared curry powder.
Peanuts and groundnuts are used to flavor dishes, as is a homegrown curry powder.
In a wide, shallow bowl, combine coconut and curry powder.
Ordinary curry powder, shaded with a few more spices, moves from the expected into easy taste adventures.
Add two tablespoons flour mixed with one-half teaspoon curry powder and one cup stock.
Stir until butter is melted and blended with curry powder and flour.
Cook briefly, stirring, and add curry powder or paste.
For example, try curry powder or onion powder to spice up rice dishes.
Beat cream, egg yolks and curry powder until mixture thickens, then spread evenly over cooked scallops.