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Manju's Curry Powder

Hits 5570 | Created 2007-05-14 | Modified 2008-01-04

A curry powder from Brit Spice by Manju Malhi.



Prep time: Couple of minutes

Cooking: Couple of minutes


6 Dried red chillis (or 1 tsp chilli powder - add with the turmeric if using)

1/4 tsp Black peppercorns

5 Cloves

2 Small bits of cinnamon (or cassia bark)

2 or 3 Green Cardamoms

1/4 tsp Cumin seeds

1/4 tsp Coriander seeds

1/4 tsp Turmeric


1. Pre-heat a heavy frying pan, and dry cook all the spices except turmeric for a couple of minutes, shaking the pan so they don't burn. Let cool to one side.

2. Grind cooled spices with turmeric in pestle and mortar or coffee grinder (don't use a grinder you use for coffee!).

3. She says to use about 1 teaspoon for a dish for 4 people, but I say use more.




Comment Manju's Curry Powder comment by Sumedha Mane Hits | Last Modified 2009-03-06
I wouldnt be able to cope with all the chillies, but the rest of the recipe is quite quick and easy :) Sumedha Mane
Comment Manju's Curry Powder comment by Werner Hits | Last Modified 2010-04-22
you can find this recipe and other Indian recipes at www.manjumalhi.com
Comment Manju's Curry Powder comment by Spices Hits | Last Modified 2011-10-01

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