Curry in India represents the finish dished. Their word for the spice concoction to make the curry is masala, Hindi for “blend of spices”. Garam Masala translates to hot spice blend. Garam Masala does not contain turmeric while turmeric is a basic ingredient in curry blends. During the colonial period, the British brought back spice mixtures and called them curries. Madras, Vindaloo, Vadouvan, etc. represent specific areas of India each with its own unique culinary profile.
French Vadouvan Curry has to be a favorite with staff and customers alike. The French settled in the south east coast of India called Pondicherry. Vadouvan Curry has been described as “sexy”probably due to the roasting of whole spices first, then grinding them into the blend which creates wonderful depth and complexity. This blend is just about perfect for everything. Use on all variety of meat, vegetables, soup and salads. The more Vadouvan used in the dish will spike the heat. I love using this spice not just for the delicious flavors it infuses in my dishes, but it fills my home with heavenly and exotic aromas.
French Vadouvan Curry Recipes
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