10 Indian Curries you’ve Never Heard of
Originating from Asian countries and originating from the South Indian word “kari”, the curry is an increasingly popular dish in a number of continents. Curries can come in all types with a variety of flavors and different ingredients which make each of them unique.
A general ingredient base used in the majority of curries is a mixture of onions, oil, tomatoes, and a number of spices including ginger, cumin and coriander. The use of the ingredients and the spices can determine how spicy or mild a curry is and can range from the hottest of curries (such as a vindaloo) to a very mild dish (e.g. a korma). Other than the popular curries that you may have tried in restaurants or seen in recipe books, such as tikka masala, rogan josh or jalfrezi, there are other varieties that are equally as delicious but a little less famous.
Picking ten lesser known curries:
- Venison Curry
- Indian Kadhi
- Kuzhambu Curry
- Tamarind Curry
- Fenugreek Curry
- Fish Amti
- Egg Curry
- Pumpkin Curry
- Malabar Curry
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