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Do you love preparing curries If you do then you know that the spices form the main ingredient when preparing any curry. To is always better to have a homemade blend of the spices ready to be used. In this video making your own curry powder is what you will
Spice Mix for Curries
Place the red chillies peppercorns coriander powder cummin powder salt cloves bay leaves and nutmeg powder and grind together to a fine powder without using any water. Add the onion garlic lemon grass galangal ginger coriander root lemon rind shrimp paste and
For The Red Curry Paste
Combine ingredients in a mortar or blender and pound or blend to a paste. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use.
Red Thai Curry Paste
Fresh Thai Green Curry Paste.... BTW the photo isnt mine... In a small blender add all the ingredients leave out the last two . Start by pulsing 10 12 times until you get a uniform consistency. Blend on high for 3 minutes will be mostly smooth. Will produce
Thai Green Curry Paste
On a stone grind turmeric first adding enough water to make a stiff paste. Add all other ingredients by degrees grinding very finely. Omit onion garlic and red pepper if it is to be kept overnight.
Curry Paste East Indian
GETTING READY 1 In a food processor place all the ingredients. MAKING 2 In food processor process the ingredients until smooth. FINALIZING 3 Keep half paste for soup and keep the half in the fridge for later use. SERVING 4 Use the curry paste into curries and
Good Food's Thai Red Curry Paste
Combine all ingredients in a mortar or blender and pound or blend to a paste adding oil as necessary. Cover and refrigerate until ready to use.
Green Thai Curry Paste
Make this luscious and authentic Vindaloo or Vindalho paste perfect for chicken pork or seafood. This is a Goan specialty with Portuguese Influence. MAKING First grind the chillies then add the other dry ingredients and remove from the food processor. Add the
Authentic recipe for Vindaloo or Vindalho Paste