Thursday Dinner Night: INDIAN
Indian food is a delicious mix for the senses: tantalizing aromas, vibrant colors, and of course those spicy, sweet, tangy flavors! However, for the home cooking, this cuisine can be daunting. When you look at what’s needed to cook most Indian recipes, it’s easy to be put off by the long list of spices required - ไม่เป็นไร(mi-penri)
Let us explore the taste of those Indian spices. A few of the key spices to have on hand are turmeric powder, cumin seeds, coriander power, cinnamon, red chili or cayenne powder, cardamom, ginger, garlic, and mustard seeds.
What we think of as "curry" are dishes that have been cooked with curry powder, typically with pre-mixed flavors of turmeric, ginger, chillies, and coriander, among others.
However, the word "curry" was coined by the English and is an oversimplification of Indian cuisine, which uses a variety of spices (masalas) all individually added as you cook so that the mixture is much more unique and varying depending on the region and sometimes by specific kitchen.
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