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Curry Powder
Curry Powder, Ground

An essential component in Indian cooking, curry can describe an entree, such as chicken curry, or the combination of spices used to flavor it.

Curry blends are as unique as the cooks who create them and come in a range of flavors from mild to extra spicy. In fact, it’s been said that there are as many curries as there are villages in India.

Our aromatic Spice Islands® curry powder has a deep gold color and adds complex flavor without being too hot or spicy.

Fun Fact: Most Indian cooks use their own specific curry mixtures, with recipes passed down from mother to daughter.

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