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Stir some curry powder into Greek yogurt for a quick dip. 


Curry is not a single spice but a blend used widely in Indian cusine as well as in cuisines throughout Asia. In Western countries, the word "curry" doesn't just denote a spice but any dish featuring that spice. 

The basic spices in the blend known as curry are coriander, cumin, and turmeric although other spices such as chili, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, garlic, mustard, or fennel are added. Blends vary from region to region and there are mild, hot, and very hot curries according to the amount of chili used in each blend. Although every household ground its own curry, today ready blends are used throughout Asia and even in India. 

How curries are served also varies by culture. Indian curries, for example, are served with a range of garnishes such as raita, peanuts, or coconut. 

Curry is very flavorful and flexible as it can be added to almost any food. If you've never tried curry before, use sparingly at first until you settle on an intensity. 
chicken, beef, lamb, vegetables, rice

True curry afficionados even add this spice to sweets. Add 2 tsps curry and 1 cup crushed almonds to a basic cookie recipe; sprinkle with a little coconut and bake for a special treat. Serve with tea. 
curry was introduced to Britain in the 17th century? 

Britain's colonization of India was the main reason for the introduction of this dish into the English diet. The first curry powder blend appeared on grocer's shelves in 1780 while the first Indian restaurant opened in London in 1809. 

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