Madras Curry

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What is Madras Curry?

Indulge in the vibrant flavors of Madras Curry, a popular spice blend originating from the South Indian city of Madras (Chennai). This aromatic blend boasts a harmonious combination of spices, including coriander, cumin, turmeric, fenugreek, and more. With its rich and robust taste, Madras Curry adds depth and complexity to a variety of dishes, transporting your palate to the bustling streets of India.

Taste and Aroma: Madras Curry offers a bold and earthy flavor profile with a hint of heat and a delightful aroma that fills the kitchen with exotic fragrances of spices.

Suggested Uses:
  • Create classic Indian curries by adding Madras Curry to a base of onions, tomatoes, and coconut milk, and simmer with your choice of protein or vegetables.
  • Season roasted vegetables, such as cauliflower or potatoes, with Madras Curry for a flavorful and aromatic side dish.
  • Sprinkle Madras Curry onto grilled or roasted meats, like chicken or lamb, for an enticing flavor infusion.
  • Elevate your rice dishes by stirring Madras Curry into the cooking water or sautéing it with onions before adding rice and water.
  • Add a pinch of Madras Curry to soups, stews, or lentil dishes for a burst of Indian-inspired warmth and spice.
Useful Facts:
  • Madras Curry gets its name from the city of Madras (now Chennai) in India, where the blend originated.
  • The spices used in Madras Curry are known for their aromatic qualities and are meticulously selected to create a well-balanced flavor profile.
  • The combination of spices in Madras Curry provides a delightful mix of savory, earthy, and slightly spicy notes.


Spice Jar and Refill Bag NET WT 1.8 oz. (51g)

Spice Lovers Size NET WT 7.2 oz. (204g)

Ingredients: Turmeric, Cumin, Sea Salt, Fennel, Coriander, Mustard, Fenugreek, Black Pepper, Ancho, Cloves, Ginger, Cinnamon, Cardamom

Contains: Mustard

There are two ways in which powdered curry blends may be used instead of jarred curry paste. As a rule of thumb substitute 1 teaspoon curry powder for 1 tablespoon curry paste in a recipe or make a paste by simply mixing 1 tablespoon curry powder with 1 tablespoon each of water and the oil of your choice.