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350g bottled curry powder

Ingredients: coriander, chilli, turmeric, fenugreek, fennel, fennel, anise, ginger, garlic, edible salt, cardamom, cinnamon, clove.Edible method: used for seasoning, direct eating or cooking.

Product color: Coffee

Net weight: 350g/bottle

bottle/ctn: 12bottles / Carton

Carton Size:  310*225*200mm

Advice: Do not eat if you have a bulging bag

Product standard number: Q/KYSO 0016S

license number: QS440103070194

Storage conditions: Store in a cool dry place, refrigerate after opening.

Place of Origin: Guangzhou City, Guangdong

Shelf life: 18 months

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Ingredients: coriander, chilli, turmeric, fenugreek, fennel, fennel, anise, ginger, garlic, edible salt, cardamom, cinnamon, clove.Edible method: used for seasoning, direct eating or cooking.

Product color: Coffee

Net weight: 350g/bottle

bottle/ctn: 12bottles / Carton

Carton Size:  310*225*200mm

Advice: Do not eat if you have a bulging bag

Product standard number: Q/KYSO 0016S

license number: QS440103070194

Storage conditions:  Store in a cool dry place, refrigerate after opening.

Place of Origin: Guangzhou City, Guangdong

Shelf life: 18 months




Curry powder is a spice mix originating from the Indian subcontinent.

History

Similar spice blends were found to be in use almost 4000 years ago, with key ingredients like ginger, garlic, and turmeric, during the days of Indus Valley Civilization. The chili pepper, a ubiquitous ingredient in curry today, was brought to the Indian subcontinent from the Americas through the Columbian Exchange in the 16th century.

Curry powder and the contemporary English use of the word "curry" are Western inventions and do not reflect any specific food from the Indian subcontinent, though a similar mixture of spices used in the Northern regions of the Indian subcontinent is called garam masala


Ingredients

Most curry powder recipes include coriander, turmeric, cumin, fenugreek, and chili peppers in their blends. Depending on the recipe, additional ingredients such as ginger, garlic, asafoetida, fennel seed, caraway, cinnamon, clove, mustard seed, green cardamom, black cardamom, nutmeg, white turmeric, curry leaf, long pepper, and black pepper may also be included. The Portuguese importation of the chili pepper from Brazil and their mixing of other Asian spices enabled the development of 'curi'


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