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Curry

Simmered thick sauce with a combination of flavors and textures, usually served with meat, chicken, fish, vegetables

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A Quick Tip by devora

  • Nov 6, 2009
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I dig various curries of all cultural cuisines, whether it's over rice or with bread and naan!
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review by . February 17, 2010
posted in The Rice Table
Curry Fancy
It's cold this winter and during this Chinese New Year, instead of soups and feasting on Chinese goodies, I'm actually craving for some hot & spicy curry!      Curry can be found in many parts of Asia and it comes in all colors and tastes. Yellow, Red, Green curries. Somewhat like traffic lights! Now, for those who are not used to taking hot and spicy food, stop right here else you'll be having "hot" flashes! Curry is best when it's hot and …
Quick Tip by . November 04, 2009
My favorite is Indonesian & Vietnamese curry. Best cooked with crabs or fish head. Indian curry is too strong (smell) for me.
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Curry is a generic description used throughout European and American culture to describe a general variety of spiced dishes, best known in Asian cuisines, especially South Asian cuisine. Curry is a generic term, and although there is no one specific attribute that marks a dish as "curry", some distinctive spices used in many, though certainly not all, curry dishes include turmeric, cumin, coriander, fenugreek, and red pepper. The word curry is an anglicised version of the Tamil word kari. It is usually understood to mean "gravy" or "sauce", rather than "spices". In most South Indian languages, the word literally means 'side-dish', which can be eaten along with a main dish like rice or bread.

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