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Introduction to Curry: Essential Spices and Herbs, #8

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Introduction to Curry: Essential Spices and Herbs, #8

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Apr 8, 2020
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9781393870524
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Curry is healthy. Making curry doesn't have to be complicated! 
Learn simple and quick ways to make curry 

 

Curry powder and spice mixes has many health benefits. It has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-cancer, and anti-bacterial properties
Find out amazing benefits of curry. Includes many recipes for incorporating curry in your daily life.  
Curry is a food, a dish, or sauce of Indian origin that is made with either meat, fish, poultry, legumes, or vegetables and cooked in and covered with a sauce containing any number of fragrant spices and herbs. Curry also defined as a food or dish seasoned with curry powder.

Curry is becoming a popular dish worldwide. Not only curry is delicious, but it also provides immense health benefits as the curry sauce contains many spices and herbs such as turmeric, chili powder, coriander, and cumin among others. All of these spices are known to have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer properties and thus eating a healthy dose of curry could be your answer to preventing cancer, delaying Alzheimer's and warding off many other diseases.

This book explores history of curry powder, how it is made and how to use it to make delicious curry dishes. The following topics are broadly discussed along with many easy to make recipes:


History of curry and curry powder 
Health benefits of each ingredients 
Recipes for making Curry Powder and Spice Mixes:

  •  Curry powder mixes of various "heat" level
  •  Thai green, yellow and red curry pastes
  •  Garam masala
  •  Ethiopian Berbere Mix
  •  Jamaican Curry Powder

 

Recipes for making various curries: 

  • Various chicken curry recipes
  • Vegetable Curry
  • Egg Curry
  • Lentil Curry
  • Chickpeas Curry
  • Thai Chicken Curry
  • Eggplant Curry
  • Butter Chicken
  • Chicken Tikka Masala
  • Creamed Spinach Curry


Introduction to Curry is a great source for everyone interested in curry and its health benefits. This book is an easy to use curry making guide and reference source for all those starting out experimenting with curry.

Pubblicato:
Apr 8, 2020
ISBN:
9781393870524
Formato:
Libro

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Joseph Veebe is passionate about a healthy lifestyle. Veebe believes many modern sickness and health conditions are due to unhealthy eating habits and poor lifestyle. His books are a result of his research into healthy living and his experiments in the kitchen where he loves to cook healthy food with fresh ingredients for his family.  Veebe understands that most people do not have enough time in their busy days for elaborate home cooking. So it is essential to simplify the cooking process. His recipes follow an 80-20 rule. 80% of authentic taste and flavor with 20% effort and time compared to elaborate or authentic recipes. All his recipes use fresh ingredients. He avoids processed foods like a plague and believes processed foods have too many harmful chemicals that are not good for long term consumption. Most people do not want to spend too much time in the kitchen to cook up elaborate and prescriptive recipes. Veebe hopes that his recipes will save time & money, help people make healthy choices, and inspire them to experiment while preparing healthy, natural, and delicious food for the family. Almost all of Veebe's recipes use natural ingredients such as superfoods, spices, and herbs that are proven to have many health benefits. Veebe's recipes are meant for everyday cooking. He started writing these books as healthy living notes and recipes to benefit his daughters someday. Veebe hopes others find these books helpful as well. Visit www.essentialhealthandwellness.net for more information.

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CURRY

Curry Powder and Spice Mixes

Health benefits and recipes

Joseph Veebe

Copyright © 2017-2020 by Joseph Veebe. All Rights Reserved.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, or by any information storage and retrieval system without the prior written permission of the publisher, except in the case of very brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and certain other noncommercial uses permitted by copyright law.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Chapter 1.  Introduction

Introduction

Origin

Chapter 2. Ingredients For Curry Powder and Spice Mixes

Chapter 3. Curry Powder And Spice Mix Recipes

Recipe #1: Quick and Easy Mild Curry Powder

Recipe #2: Spicy Curry Powder

Recipe #3: Mild Curry Powder

Recipe #4: Very Mild Red Curry Powder

Recipe #5: Basic Thai Red Curry Paste

Recipe #6: Thai Green Curry Paste

Recipe #7: Thai Yellow Curry Paste

Recipe #8: Indian Curry Paste

Recipe #9: Garam Masala

Recipe #10: Ethiopian Berbere Mix

Recipe #11: Jamaican Curry Powder

Other Spice Blends

Chapter 4. Health Benefits Of Curry Powder

Reducing Inflammation

Antioxidant Properties

Fighting Cancer

Fighting Alzheimer’s Disease

Parkinson’s

Lower Blood Pressure

Neuro-protective

Diabetes and Heart Health

Cholesterol

Indigestion, Bloating, Constipation, IBS

Immune System & Infections

Pain and Arthritis

Improved Circulation

Chapter 5. Cooking With Curry Powder And Spice Mixes

Bell Pepper And Chicken Stir Fry

Coconut Curry Chicken

Beef/Chicken Pepper Fry

Cauliflower And Potato Curry

Potato Curry

Quick Fish Curry With Canned Tuna

Bell Pepper Curry

Simplified Chicken Curry Recipe #1

Simplified Chicken Curry Recipe #2

Simplified Chicken Curry Recipe #3

Egg Curry Recipe #1 (simple version)

Egg Curry Recipe #2

Lentil Curry Recipes

Lentil Curry Recipe #1 (simple version)

Lentil Curry Recipe #2

Lentil And Spinach Curry

Quick And Easy Chickpeas Curry

Quick and Easy Canned Garbanzo Beans Curry

Easy Thai Red Curry Chicken

Easy Thai Red Curry vegetables

Mutton Curry Recipe #1

Mutton Curry Recipe #2

Thai Coconut Curry Noodle Soup (chicken)

Thai Coconut Curry Noodle Soup (vegan)

Quick And Easy Doro Wat (Ethiopian Chicken Curry)

Eggplant Curry (Vegan)

Mixed Vegetable Curry (Vegan)

Vegetable Korma

Thai Green Curry Chicken

Thai Pork And Peanut Curry

Street Food Style Spicy Chicken Curry

Butter Chicken

Chicken Tikka Masala

Simple Creamed Spinach (palak) Curry

Malabar Fish Curry

Coconut Milk Fish Curry

Kerala Fish Curry

Shrimp/Prawns Masala

Coconut Chicken Curry Rice

Additional Notes on Curry Recipes

References

Disclaimer

Cooking Measurements and Conversion Charts

Preview of Other Books in this Series

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Essential Spices and Herbs: Cinnamon

Anti-Cancer Curries

Beginners Guide to Cooking with Spices

Easy Indian Instant Pot Cookbook

Fighting the Virus: How to Boost Your Body’s Immune Response and Fight Virus Naturally

Easy Spicy Eggs: All Natural Easy and Spicy Egg Recipes

Food for the Brain

Chapter 1.  Introduction

Introduction

Curry is usually an Indian dish made of meat, fish or vegetables cooked with spices and herbs. The end product is that the cooked meat, fish, or vegetables are fully soaked in a savory spicy sauce. Curry is usually eaten with rice or bread. The dish is very colorful – most often red or yellow and in some cases, green.

Curry powder or Indian curry powder is a mix of several spices, in some cases up to 20 different spices and herbs. The most notable spices used are coriander, cumin, turmeric, and chili powder. Other ingredients may include cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper, ground ginger, ground mustard, fenugreek, nutmeg, and fennel. By varying the proportion of these spices, one can create mild, medium, or hot curry powder with distinct taste differences as well as health benefits.

Besides Indian curry, there are many other variants of curry from other countries such as Japanese curry, Thai curry, Ethiopian curry, and many others.

The spices and herbs used in curry are known for many health benefits including anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and many others. Curry, therefore, is an excellent health food and should be incorporated into your food habits and diet regime.

One can make their own curry powder by mixing various spice powders or blending various whole spices. This offers a lot of flexibility in terms of controlling the spice and heat level as well as going with the spices one likes or are more beneficial and avoid or limit others. Many recipes for making spice blends for curry powder are included in this book.

If one wants to go for pre-packaged curry powders or curry paste, there are many options available on the market. You may want to choose carefully as no two recipes for the packaged curry powder are the same. Pre-packaged curry powder and paste are available in many South Asian and Indian stores as well as many online stores.

Origin

Spice blends were used in cooking during the days of Indus Valley Civilization, almost 4000 years ago as many spices were cultivated in the Indian subcontinent. The locals mixed and matched these spices in the preparation of food. Mostly, these spices were used to enhance food flavor or to increase the shelf life of the prepared food as no refrigeration or another modern food preservation was available. Over time, these ancient civilizations recognized that these spice blends have health benefits beyond flavoring or preserving food.

While the use of spice blends dates 4000 years ago, the idea of curry powder came from the 18th-century English colonists who were part of the South Asian spice trade.  English colonists did not quite understand the local population’s preparation and use of spice blends. They called anything prepared using a spice blend, curry.

The word curry originated from the word "Kari which means sauce or relish for rice" in Tamil, a language spoken in the southern part of India, Sri Lanka, and parts of  southeast Asia.

Variations of Indian curry powder

While curry powder is a more generic form of spice blend, there are several variations available in the market.

Regular curry powder contains more turmeric, coriander, and cumin and is more yellow in color.

Madras curry powder is typically a spicier version and contains more chili powder (therefore redder in color) in the blend.

Hot curry powder,

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