When you’re in a hurry, or just need a bit more of a snack, there’s a good chance you’re going to find yourself in a curry house.
It’s an old fashioned tradition in Asia, with its simple and comforting dishes and an emphasis on local ingredients.
And while some of them might look a little different from the curry that’s served up at your local Thai or Chinese restaurant, the recipe is the same.
You can use a variety of spices to spice up your curry and even have your own mix of ingredients.
The best curry is made from scratch, however, and the best ingredients come from scratch.
Here’s how to get started with making the perfect curry at home.
Pick the right spices When you first set out to make a curry, you might think you have to pick the right ingredients to make your curry.
But, as we’ll see, there are a lot of spices that you can use in curry.
And the spices are not just spices you can buy at the store.
You’ll also find spices that are used in traditional Chinese and Indian cuisines.
The spices used in these traditional Chinese dishes can be very expensive.
You also need to know how to use them and what they’re used for.
There are a few basic rules to remember when making a curry.
Keep the spices in a separate bowl or pan for easy cleaning and drying.
Keep it in a cool dark place so that it doesn’t dry out.
Keep everything well away from other ingredients, like the eyes of your guests.
Pick your ingredients wisely When you start making a Thai or Thai-style curry, try to keep in mind that spices are used for a wide variety of dishes, and that they’re also used in other dishes.
For instance, in Thai curry, the spices you want to use are cloves, ginger, cardamom, cinnamon and ground coriander.
For Chinese curry, these spices are the yellow ginger and the red chili powder.
So, what to use for each of these spices?
In addition to the spices listed below, you’ll also want to pick some ingredients that have a similar taste.
For example, cinnamon is used in many Asian recipes, and cardamoms are used to make curry paste.
But you may also want some spices that taste more like turmeric.
Try to choose the spices that work best for your curry recipe.
You may also find that you need to add more spices in your curry if you make it for a larger crowd.
For more information on what spices are most important, see the following links: Spice and Seasoning: A step-by-step guide for making the most authentic Thai or Indian curry, with photos and videos.
Curry Recipes: A list of the most popular Indian recipes that you’ll find on the Internet.
Spice and Spice: A guide for choosing spices that will make your Thai or Asian curry taste like nothing else.
Clean out your spice pot Before you start cooking your curry, clean out your spices and food processor to remove any excess spices.
Also, make sure your curry bowl is filled with a clean, dry bowl.
If you use a blender, make a small amount of paste and blend it with a spoon or fork until smooth.
Wash your food processor again When you finish washing your food processing equipment, make the paste by adding some water to your food processors and adding some of your curry paste to the water.
Blend the paste into a smooth paste.
Once the paste is smooth and has a nice consistency, add your curry powder and salt.
Blend until the paste becomes a paste.
Taste and adjust seasoning You can taste the curry paste and adjust the seasoning to your liking.
If the curry is too sweet, add more salt and/or spices.
If it’s too spicy, add a bit of cayenne pepper or other spices to the curry.
Add more spices If you like a more robust curry, add additional spices.
In our recipe, we use cinnamon and ginger, which are used frequently in Indian recipes.
Some of these spice flavors can add an additional kick.
Seasoning your curry After your curry is ready to serve, add some spices and salt to taste.
Serve your curry hot or cold.
Serve with a side dish Serve with fresh herbs and veggies to enjoy with your curry or soup.