Wonder what certain ingredients used in curry cooking? Here are some ingredients and spices that commonly used in curry cooking recipe.
It is a perennial and lemon-scented plant. The outer green stalks should be discarded, only the bottom part of the whitish stem may be used.
A round shape, cream colored seed that contains a large amount of oil. It enhances fragrance as well as thickens the gravy of curry dishes.
It is a perennial herb that is native to India. It is
valued for its dark brown and highly aromatic seeds enclosed in a three-sided creamy-white pod. Used as an ingredient in curry blends.
It is made by fermenting shrimps and salt into paste andhas a delicate flavor. Stir together with chili and other spices in the heated pot.
A star-shaped seed with 8 points and has a light and sweet flavor. It is used frequently in curry cuisine.
It has a light fragrance but is not spicy. Usually measured with thumb and is commonly used in soups and curries.
The green leaves are slightly bitter and aromatic. They can be used whole for cooking.
With amazingly delicious aromatic taste, it is suitable for cooking with meat, seafood or vegetables.
It is one of the most commonly used ingredients in Indonesian cuisines. It can be added to curries or rice to enhance the fragrance.
This rice-shaped spice has a bitter pungency.
Yellow in color, it is a spice often used in curry making and is used to add flavor and color to the dishes.