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curry powder

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Cooking
curry powderˈcurry ˌpowder noun [uncountable]  DFCa mixture of spices, used in cooking to give food a spicy taste
Examples from the Corpus
curry powderMix together the dressing and curry powder and add to the Quorn.Masala is a generic word meaning mixed spices, and thus the most basic curry powder is a masala of a sort.Blend curry powder and salt into 1 cups water and add to skillet along with raisins.In remaining oil, saute onions, peppers, fresh ginger, cayenne pepper, curry powder and coriander until golden.Add the curry powder and cook for a further 1-2 minutes.Stir in the curry powder, almonds, sultanas, parsley, lemon juice, chutney and seasoning. 4.Lightly whisk the remaining cream with the curry powder and egg yolks. 7.If you have used curry powder, such flavours are already in the dish.
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