Curry Powder

Curry powder is used mainly in the dishes of southern India. Contrary to popular belief, it is not a single spice but a mixture of spices. The Western-style curry powder that is stocked on supermarket shelves bears little similarity to the carefully blended, personalized mixtures that Indian cooks favor. The ingredients and their proportions vary between dishes, regions and individual cooks, but the following is a typical blend.
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,Dallas
,TX
April 8, 2016
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:1 to 2 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Custom-made curry powder rocks!
April 8, 2016
I couldn't find a store-bought curry powder that did not contain chilies or cayenne, which my wife can't abide, so I found this recipe and assembled the ingredients. Found many of them online (fenugreek was kind of hard to find, so were brown mustard seeds).
04/05/2016 Made the powder, haven't used it in a dish yet. Omitted the chilies. Smells great. Perhaps a little too heavy on the coriander? Very bright notes from the coriander. In no other recipe did I see roasted chickpeas; I think they act as a kind of a filler, or maybe as a kind of a softener.
04/07/2016 Used in Yellow Chicken Curry, and this homemade curry powder was a star. Not too coriander-y, those notes softened in the dish.
Pros: Easy, Quick, Impressive, Good Value, Will Make Again, Yield, Adaptable, Appearance