Home-Mixed Curry is great for when your recipe calls for curry powder, but you don't have any on hand. And you can easily ajust the spices to get the curry flavor to your exact taste!
Compare the rich scent of this mixture with a supermarket curry powder and you won’t believe the difference! This curry spice mix can be used the same as any storebought curry powder or mix.
How to Make Home-Mixed Curry
- Add spices to a spice jar.
- Shake to mix.
- Use as desired.
Full directions for how to make Home-Mixed Curry are in the printable recipe card below.
Home-Mixed Curry FAQs
Where does curry come from?
Curry is a tasty dish that comes from South Asia—usually attributed to India. It's typically some kind of saucy dish filled with flavorful spices. There are all kinds of varities of curries out there, so you can really adjust it to your taste!
Do I have to measure out each of these spices exactly?
You really don't have to measure out each of these spices exactly. Since this recipe is for a spice mix, not having exact measurements for the spices won't drastically change the end product. If you are looking for a specific curry flavor, feel free to adjust the spices to your taste!
Here are lots more recipes for simple sauces and such.
- Spoon each of the spices into a spice jar.
- Shake well to mix.
- Use when recipes call for curry spice or powder.
This recipe is from Vegetariana* (Amberwood Press, 1999) by Nava Atlas.
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