Madras Curry

Madras Curry

Curry Madras is a great classic of Indian cuisine like garam masala, mild curry or even tandoori. Madras curry is ideal for flavoring dishes, more full-bodied than mild curry, it owes its more full-bodied taste to its composition. The Madras Curry, seared in oil, will go perfectly with meats, fish and vegetables.

  • Association in cooking: Ideal for a creative everyday cooking, sprinkle in your meats and vegetables.
  • Packaging: 45g bottle - and 100g and 200g Doypack sachet - aroma preservation
  • Composition: garlic, cinnamon, turmeric, cumin, coriander, cumin, fennel, ginger, mustard, chilli, black pepper

Sale of the best quality of madras curry, strong curry at the best price per kilo.




Madras curry is a treasure. This is the hottest curry we have.

It is ideal for everyday cooking with a touch of spice. 

When you go to buy Madras curry , a spicy and essential blend of spices that brings a touch of exoticism to your dishes, from starter to dessert.

On our blog, explore creative recipes that I make and present to you on my YouTube channel such as applesauce enhanced with curry, whipped cream and many other surprising creations.

I advise you to use Madras curry to add flavor to your cooked dishes, perfect a tagine or create a tasty marinade.

In the kitchens of my Apogée Bar, in Brazil, we like to roast the powder to intensify its flavors, then combine it with golden onions, juicy chicken or fresh fish accompanied by crunchy vegetables. Simple, quick and delicious, Madras curry transforms every meal into a celebration of the senses.

So travel with me to the lands of spices in destination ranger on my blog, discover the spices that I offer on my online store and I present to you on my YouTube channel. 

Join us on our YouTube channel to learn how to make your own spice blends and elevate your cooking to a level of culinary artistry. My name is Arnaud and I am the creator of Comptoir de Toamasina and a lover of spices and vanilla from Madagascar . 


When you buy Madras Curry , you will discover a spice that turns yellow because of the turmeric powder and it is above all a pillar of Indian gastronomy which will delight your senses and your dishes. For me it is especially a pillar of my chicken curry . 

This golden yellow spice blend, from the coastal city of Madras in Tamil Nadu, is famous for its delicate fragrance and its ability to enhance flavors without excess heat.

I must tell you that each family, each grocery store will have its own Madras curry recipe and in India some have more than 50 different spices. 

Madras Curry takes its name from the port city of Madras (now Chennai), an ancient British trading post where this mixture took off, attracting gourmets around the world.

The word “curry”, derived from the Tamil “kari” meaning “sauce”, was popularized by British sailors and is now synonymous with the richness of Indian spice blends.

In the West, “curry” is a generic term, but in India, the diversity of “Massalas” illustrates the richness of regional culinary traditions. Madras Curry is a harmony of flavors, a meticulous assembly of ingredients that creates a symphony of taste.

Traditional curry preparation in India is considered an art, with expert “masalchis” accompanying the Maharajahs to compose unique spice blends. With over 50 spices sometimes used, each recipe is a treasured family heirloom.

Explore Madras Curry and its captivating aromas, and let yourself be transported by a palette of flavors that transcends borders and eras.


When you open a bottle of curry or make it at home, the first thing is its yellow color. Yellow curry is made from turmeric. 

This blend of spices that awakens the senses and enriches your dishes with a palette of exquisite flavors. 

Is much more than just a seasoning, it is a celebration of culinary diversity.

If you want to make it at home, you should know that it gets its sunny yellow color from turmeric , and is accompanied by a selection of spices chosen for their ability to create taste harmony. Among them, coriander , ginger , and cinnamon bring warm, earthy notes, while black pepper , cloves , nutmeg , and fenugreek add depth and a slight spicy touch. The onion completes this picture with its natural sweetness.           

A curry is like a perfume, it is a top note, a heart note and then a length in the mouth. 

Each ingredient plays a key role in the development of this mild curry, providing a rich and complex taste experience. Perfect for simmered dishes or marinades, Mild Madras Curry is a must-have for those looking to add an authentic and flavorful dimension to their cooking.


The flavor of curry is like perfume. You have to take the time to discover its notes, you can distinguish its bright yellow color, attributed to turmeric , and its rich aromatic profile, marked by cumin and coriander. This spice blend offers a taste experience where the heat of the chili peppers blends into the sweetness of the spices , forming a balance of flavors that dances on the palate. Madras Curry is an invitation to discover a harmony of tastes, perfect for those looking to add a touch of exoticism to their dishes.

I like to select my madras curry like a flavor and here, I guarantee that for me it is the best curry in France at the best value for money. 


When I started in the Lille markets, I said if you buy this madras curry you will have a touch of exoticism to your recipes. 

Here, I would like to share with you my tips for dosing madras curry like a chef at home. 

You will learn everything about how to harmonize it with your dishes in 3 tips: 

  • Dosage:  Start with a pinch of Madras Curry and adjust according to your tastes. The gradual addition allows the curry to integrate delicately, enhancing your dishes without dominating them.
  • Cooking:  Add the Madras Curry at the start of cooking to release its aromatic bouquet. The spices then mingle with the other flavors, enriching your dish with a complexity of taste.
  • Pairings:  Madras Curry goes perfectly with white meats, fish and vegetables, bringing an exotic touch even to vinaigrettes and sauces.

Use these tips to make Madras Curry an ally in your culinary creations, transforming each meal into an unforgettable taste adventure.

For simmered dishes, incorporate Madras Curry from the start or in the middle of cooking for optimal diffusion of aromas. This mixture is also ideal for quick and lively cooking, such as in a wok or on the grill.

Half a spoonful to a spoonful is enough to flavor your savory and even sweet dishes, inviting you on a culinary journey without borders.

For those who prefer a less tangy flavor, pair Madras Curry with coconut milk for a smooth, full-flavored taste experience.

In Brazil, I like to combine it in mango ice cream and other fruity recipes. 


If you like spice, this is the spice blend you need to have. 

Madras Curry is the spice par excellence to enhance your simmered dishes with its vibrant aromas. Add it from the start of cooking so that it fully releases its flavors, or add it halfway through cooking for a subtle touch. This spice blend also lends itself to quick and lively cooking, perfect for pan-frying, wok-cooking, or grilling to perfection.

Just half a spoonful to a spoonful of Madras Curry is enough to transform your savory and even sweet dishes, inviting you on a culinary journey full of discoveries. For those who prefer less intense flavors, pair Madras Curry with coconut milk, creating the perfect balance of heat and sweetness, and allowing all the nuances of this traditional blend to shine.

Here I share with you 10 uses of madras curry: 

  1. Coconut Milk Vegetable Curry: Add 1 teaspoon of Madras curry to your coconut milk sauce to accompany stir-fried vegetables.

  2. Madras Chicken Curry: Marinate pieces of chicken in a mixture of natural yogurt and Madras curry, then cook them in the oven or pan.

  3. Curried Lentil Soup: Add a teaspoon of Madras curry to your lentil soup for a spicy, comforting flavor.

  4. Chickpea curry: Simmer chickpeas in a tomato sauce seasoned with Madras curry, serve with basmati rice.

  5. Coconut Milk Chicken and Madras Curry: Make a coconut milk sauce and add a teaspoon of Madras curry to accompany cooked chicken pieces.

  6. Curry Rice Salad: Toss cooked rice with crunchy vegetables and a Madras curry vinaigrette for a salad full of flavor.

  7. Vegetarian Chickpea and Spinach Curry: Sauté fresh spinach with chickpeas in a Madras curry sauce for a flavorful vegetarian dish.

  8. Shrimp Curry: Sauté shrimp in a spicy Madras curry sauce with peppers and onions for a quick and delicious meal.

  9. Curry Fried Rice: Fry cooked rice with vegetables and Madras curry for a fragrant side dish.

  10. Tofu Curry: Marinate cubes of tofu in a Madras curry sauce before sautéing with vegetables for a vegetarian version of the classic curry.


When you buy this spice blend you will take a journey into the world of spices. 

Madras is a staple of Indian cuisine like curry paste in Thai cuisine.

But here, I would like to share his story with you. 

Madras curry, famous for its intensity and richness of flavors, carries with it the heritage of a history rich in cultural exchanges and gastronomic innovations. Let me take you on a discovery of its historical journey:

  • Roots of the term:  “Curry” derives from the Tamil word “kari”, which means “sauce”. This term was generalized by the British to categorize Indian dishes in sauce during their colonial era.
  • British influence:  Masala spice blends captivated the British, who created a milder version to suit their palate and called it “curry”.
  • Recipe Evolution:  Modern curry powder was formulated in the 18th century by Indian traders for British colonists, who then introduced it to Britain.
  • Global expansion:  Curry has crossed borders to establish itself as a staple of international cuisine, reinventing itself within diverse cultures.

Madras curry is therefore a symbol of cultural fusion, a bridge between traditions and modernity. It continues to inspire and seduce gourmets around the world with its exotic nuances and its character deeply rooted in culinary history.

Native country
garlic, cinnamon, turmeric, cumin, coriander, fennel, ginger, mustard, chili pepper, black pepper
Possible traces of gluten and mustard
Possible traces of gluten and mustard
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