Our Curry Powder Seasoning is a blend of premium spices associated with the finest curries from around the world. Coriander, cumin, turmeric, fenugreek and chili are the main components blended together in precise proportions to make any recipe that asks for curry powder seasoning a delightful dish. The curry powder seasoning is rich in flavor, sweet with a hint of heat from the chili peppers, yet not rescinding the balanced fragrance a perfect curry should have. The blend features a potent mix of the finest ground turmeric to give the dish the deep orange orange-ish yellow dish that significance the perfect curry.
There is no exact historical fact how curry powder came in existence, closest to curry powder is probably a masala, a spice mix made from fresh spices ground on a square stone. The fresh spices used for masala contain moist and natural oils giving the mix a paste like texture, being uncomfortable and heavy to carry on travels, it is believed that curry powder seasoning has been created to make transportation of the spice mix easier. Commercial Curry powder seasoning went on sale in the UK in the late 18th century and never left the shelves since.
Curry powder is believed to promote good digestion, stimulates blood circulation, helps to keep the mind vigorous and is thought to stimulate a good libido. The individual spice components that curry powder seasoning is made of all have their own specific health benefits varying from blood sugar control in turmeric, cumin's anti-cancerous benefits, and detoxification support from coriander to cholesterol management from the existence of fenugreek in the mix.
Using at Home
The word curry powder seasoning makes it most obvious for use in curries. Nothing is less true, our curry powder seasoning has multiple applications. Try the blend as a spice rub to flavor meat for the barbecue, a delicious Mulligatawny soup, the almost forgotten classic, cannot do without curry powder seasoning and lastly, the blend works great in dips to serve with some Indian crackers. Even if your not an extreme chef, having this powder on hand can be a great way to spice up simple dishes like scrambled eggs, a tub of hummus, or even your next bowl of ramen noodles!