Difference between revisions of "Curry spice mix"

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Latest revision as of 11:40, 5 May 2017


These are my favourite two spice mixes for curry. They are both used, but mix number 1 is added a minute before mix number 2. I make it in batches and keep in separate jars.


Ingredients

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mix 1

mix 2

Method

  1. The first 3 ingredients make up the first spice mix.
  2. The remaining ingredients make up the second.
  3. Mix each separately and store in a darkish place until use.

Serving suggestions

Can be used in any type of curry.

Variations

This will make a medium curry - you can adjust the amount of chilli to your taste.

Chef's notes

Mix number 1 should be fried and the other mix should be added with the main ingredient of the curry. This recipe should make enough for 12 curries for 4 people. Use about a teaspoon and a half of spice mix 1 to four teaspoons of the second mix. --JuliaBalbilla 12:16, 10 February 2009 (UTC)

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