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Curry Powder Recipe

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Easy Homemade Curry Powder Recipe! Adjust the ingredients to make your favorite curry spice. Use the seasoning in curries, roasted veggies, bowls, add to beans, hummus. Vegan Recipe Jump to Recipe 

Easy Homemade Curry Powder Recipe! Adjust the ingredients to make your favorite curry spice. Use the seasoning in curries, roasted veggies, bowls, add to beans, hummus. Vegan Recipe #VeganRicha

Curry Powders vary by brands and ethnic influences (Caribbean, Japanese, Srilankan, British) and can be very Varied in terms of flavors and ingredients. The British/western Curry powder which is used for indianish curries, is not really used in authentic Indian food. It is often a blend of spices mixing some northern Indian and southern Indian spices.

There is no one blend used in all of Indian cuisine. Depending on the region, the blends vary in names and spices. Garam masala, Goda masala, Sambhar Powder, Kashmiri Garam masala etc. The dry masala(blend)s which can be thought of as  regional curry powders are used to make specific curries. The Indian market also has picked up on the popularity of this naming as well and you will find “curry powders” such as Madras Curry powder, Kashmiri Curry powder, vindaloo curry powder etc which as basically versions of kashmiri garam masala, vindaloo masala etc. 

This is my version of the generic curry powder for Indian curries. I build up the recipe with the garam masala for more Indian flavor profile. You can adjust the flavor based on your preference with additional cinnamon, turmeric or heat. 

Use curry powder in Lentil Butternut CurryCurried fried rice,  Japanese Curry, Curry Ramen ,chickpea sweet potato curry.  add to veggies and roast, add to fritters and more!

Easy Homemade Curry Powder Recipe! Adjust the ingredients to make your favorite curry spice. Use the seasoning in curries, roasted veggies, bowls, add to beans, hummus. Vegan Recipe #VeganRicha Easy Homemade Curry Powder Recipe! Adjust the ingredients to make your favorite curry spice. Use the seasoning in curries, roasted veggies, bowls, add to beans, hummus. Vegan Recipe

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Easy Homemade Curry Powder Recipe! Adjust the ingredients to make your favorite curry spice. Use the seasoning in curries, roasted veggies, bowls, add to beans, hummus. Vegan Recipe #VeganRicha

Curry Powder Recipe

Easy Homemade Curry Powder Recipe! Adjust the ingredients to make your favorite curry spice. takes 5 mins! Use the seasoning in curries, roasted veggies, bowls, add to beans, hummus. Vegan Recipe

Course: spice blend

Cuisine: American

Keyword: curry powder ingredients, curry seasoning, curry spice, curry spicec mix, what spices are in curry powder

Servings: 5 tablespoon

Calories: 7 kcal

Author: Vegan Richa

Ingredients

  • 1 Recipe Garam masala powder (2 tbsp coriander, 1 tbsp cumin, 1/2 tsp blk pepper, 3/4 -1 tsp cinnamon, 1/2 tsp cardamom, 1/4 tsp nutmeg), no cloves for less heat, Or use
  • 4 tbsp of My Whole Garam masala, powdered
  • 1.5 tsp turmeric
  • 1 tsp ground mustard
  • 3/4 tsp ground ginger , optional
  • 1/4 to 1/2 tsp fenugreek seed powder , optional
  • 1/2 tsp cayenne , optional

Instructions

  1. Mix all the ingredients and store in an airtight container for upto 3 months. 

    Adjust flavor once you use it with extra cinnamon, heat or turmeric 

Nutrition Facts

Curry Powder Recipe

Amount Per Serving

Calories 7

% Daily Value*

Potassium 16mg 0%

Total Carbohydrates 1g 0%

Vitamin A 1.5%

Vitamin C 0.2%

Iron 2.4%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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CAULIFLOWER BOLOGNESE

“I want you to come watch the movie with us ON the couch, not be in the kitchen!”

I’ve been filling out this one-question-a-day journals for moms that I received for Christmas. It records a little thought or memory over the last year, and then starts again, so you can see how your answers change over a few years. One of the recent ones, prompted me to jot notes about what I am learning as a mom, and I found the question so general I was basically annoyed. I am a romantic, and also wildly pragmatic. In the span of a day I can tear up over the depths of love I feel for my kids, and also wish for them to have a mute button. We all have worlds within us; mothering pushing me into the corners of myself I am sometimes proud of or other corners ashamed of, but am I learning? Yes, every single day. Sometimes in the moment and other times after a particular season. But in 2021, my answer in the bullet journal was that I see my kids are wanting me to play with them. They aren’t registering all the service and shuttling and laundry and what it takes to pull off a week, they just want to play WITH me. It’s natural for me to move within lists and tasks and responsibilities and hustling, but playing is something I have to pay attention to. For them and for me. We usually do a family movie on Friday nights and my son (6.5), see quote above, pointed out that I don’t actually watch the movie, I tinker in the kitchen and he wants me in the couch cuddle. Flattered, and found out that I’d rather make granola than watch The Croods 🙂 So from annoyed, to passing on the question to fellow parents, what are you learning? Try not to be annoyed. Maybe circle back to it.

I published this recipe over on SKCC a few weeks ago and wanted it to live here. We’re trying to find more family-friendly vegetarian recipes (it’s easy for me to fill up on roasted veggies and big salads, not so much for the kids). This batch lasts us two meals – once with noodles, maybe half zoodles, and the second round on toast or english muffins with cheese melted on top, like a pizza sort of thing? It freezes well and is great to deliver to new parents.

CAULIFLOWER BOLOGNESE

Serves 6

Ingredients

2 Tbsp. of extra virgin olive oil
1 small yellow onion – roughly chopped
3 cloves of garlic
sea salt to taste
pepper to taste
1 head of cauliflower (about ¾ lb. or 12 oz. riced)
1/2 cup of raw walnuts pieces
1/2 tsp. of Italian seasoning
1/2 tsp. of fennel seeds – crushed
2 Tbsp. of tomato paste
2 Tbsp. of balsamic vinegar
1/2 cup of red wine (or broth of any sort, and double the vinegar to mimic the wine’s acidity)
28 oz. of canned, crushed tomatoes
1/2 cup of red lentils
red pepper flake to taste

For serving

12 oz. of pasta or choice, zoodles, etc.
parmesan
fresh, torn basil

Directions

In a large Dutch-oven or stockpot, heat the olive oil over medium low heat.

In a food processor, pulse the onion and garlic into smaller bits. Add them to the pot with a big pinch of salt and pepper. Sauté to soften, about 3 minutes.

Pulse up the cauliflower florets to get a rice-like texture. Add the riced-cauliflower to the pot and sauté to soften, about 5 minutes.

Pulse the walnuts in the processor and add those to the pot along with the Italian seasoning, fennel seed, another few generous pinches of salt and pepper, tomato paste and balsamic vinegar. Sauté until fragrant.

Add the red wine, cook about 3 minutes, then add the crushed tomatoes, ½ cup water, lentils, pinch of pepper flakes and stir to combine. Turn the heat to low, put the cover ajar and let it simmer gently for 30-35 minutes. Turn off the heat, taste for seasoning and adjust.

Cook your pasta or zoodles according to instructions. Top with cauli Bolognese, grated cheese, fresh basil and enjoy!

The Bolognese will keep in the fridge for a week and can be frozen for a few months.

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