To most people, curry is a flavorful gravy, usually with vegetables or meat. And to most everyone, curry is Indian.
What if we tell you curry is not an Indian creation? There is no word for “curry” in the Indian language and you will not find curry powder stocked in Indian homes. Surprised?! Read on!
Curry starts with the British colonialists. Since the early 1600s, the British have been using “curry” as a generic name for spicy dishes with a thick sauce from any part of India. When the British went home, they tried to capture the essence of Indian cuisine by making their own spice mixes. They have blended different spices used in Indian cooking, like turmeric, ginger, fenugreek, coriander, red chilies, mustard or cloves, and eventually came up with curry powder!
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