Curry is used in the cuisine of almost every country and can be incorporated into a dish or even a drink.
The word comes from “Kari” which is from the Tamil language and was later anglicized into “curry”.
Curry powder itself is not a single spice but a blend of different spices and can be mild or hot.
This golden colored spice is one of the oldest spice mixes and is most often associated with Indian cuisine
Interestingly enough, the word curry has a different meaning on the Western world then in India. In India, curry refers to a gravy or stew dish Typically these dishes contain the Indian spice mix garam masala along with ginger, chili, cumin, coriander, turmeric, and sometimes onion and garlic, but it can be made up of many things. In India different curry ingredients are regional. In the West, when we think of curry, we think of curry powder or dishes seasoned with it
While we mostly associate curry with hot and spicy peppers, the original Indian curry did not have any peppers in it since chili peppers or red peppers were not native to India. It wasn’t until Christopher Columbus brought chili seeds back from the new world and they were traded to India did they make their way into Indian cooking to become part of the spicy curries we know and love today. Because of the long history of curry and its adaptation into so many different cuisines, curry itself can have many different tastes and colors Although we usually associate the golden yellow color (from the tumeric) and pungent spice with the term curry, it can be mild or firey hot and come in a variety of colors. But no matter what spices you mix in your curry - it’s guaranteed to always be exotic and tasty!
Nadia's Curry Café is a fully halaal restaurant in Ushaka Marine World. Try us for awesome curry, breyani, schwarmas, wraps, coffee, teas, Indian desserts, cordials, smoothies, milkshakes, sheesha, Samoosas We deliver in and around Ushaka, South beach and North beach and cater for functions and parties. We can host your party at our premises