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
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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. Le Comptoir de Toamasina offers madras curry in a fresh bottle with its 40g flapper.
Product: Mild curry
Packaging of the Bottle or sachet: 45g - 100g - 200g
Feature: Madras Curry and very fragrant
Composition: turmeric, coriander, ginger, fenugreek, black pepper, cumin, mustard, fennel, garlic, cinnamon, chili pepper.
What is madras curry?
Curry Madras comes from South India, the word curry originates from the Tamil word kari, which designates spice preparations intended for seasoning.
We find a recipe for the mixture of spices certainly the most sold in the world in the 5th century BC, in which an explorer describes the preparation of spices as an offering to the gods. But sometimes certainly or similar mixture is also called curry or certain plants because they have the characteristic smell of this star mixture of the kitchen. India will be and will remain a crossroads of civilizations.
Curry is a historic mixture like massala and colombo. It is one of the most famous spices in the world.
Curry Madras is a great classic of Indian cuisine, the essential for flavoring all of your dishes. It is ideal for beginners in cooking by its simplicity in use.
Curry will go very well with white meats and vegetables but can be used in many other dishes such as fish, crustaceans, shrimp or mussels.
There is not really any indication for the use of curry, you just have to sprinkle madras curry in all of your dishes from starter to dessert, to give a spicy and suave flavor.
How to use madras curry in cooking?
The classic curry of our kitchens and Indian cuisine. It is a must to give flavor to your dishes.
It is ideal for beginners in the kitchen, because easy to use and above all practically impossible to miss a recipe with.
Strong curry stings a little, but it's not a hot pepper. It is ideal for marinades, curry chickens, white meats, shrimps and scallops.
On the other hand, a curl of fish curry is simply magnificent, delicious.
We also like it on the pan-fried vegetables for its notes, so green beans, zucchini, eggplant, tomato, carrot, leeks and seasonal vegetables are great.
Do not hesitate to put it in your tardes and pies to give a little spice.
It is a spice that we like sprinkled on apple and pear compotes and crumble.
The virtues of curry
A good reason to consume madras curry in addition to its flavor, it is all the spices that compose it.