I was on vacation the other day and had a craving for an Indian takeout. I had never had Indian food before and wanted to try it. There was one Indian restaurant I had not yet eaten at that was in the area and I thought it would be a really good place to try Indian food. I walked in and asked for an order and I saw that it was a bit of a wait because they were serving so many people.
Most Indian restaurants in the area serve a selection of curries and dishes as well as a wide range of other types of food. I asked the server to order a couple of different curries and then I asked him how much the order would be. He looked at me and asked me if I was a math whiz, and I explained I did some work in my spare time to help pay for college.
The reason behind this is that all the curries I had were made from a wide variety of ingredients, and I thought that maybe some of them had been made from the ingredients of the food I was serving. Now I can’t remember exactly, but I know that the recipe I was serving was a vegetarian-friendly vegetarian curry.
If you want to serve a vegetarian-friendly curry, you’re probably going to want to use a curry blend or spice mix. Some people use a blend of spices, but I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a curry that was a blend of spices.
It’s also difficult to say whether a curry is vegetarian-friendly even if it is a blend of spices. A curry that is made from a blend of spices could be very different from a curry that is made solely from spices. To be on the safe side, try to use spices from a variety of spice blends.
I like to use a blend of spices, as the recipe above shows.
The best curry is made with the finest spices. It does not matter if they’re natural or not. You simply can’t get a good curry, no matter what you do. If you are going to use a curry blend, then you can add a small amount of dried basil, or chopped parsley, to the mix.
There are many other spices that you could use however, so a curry blend is not the only way to go. I like to use cumin, coriander, cardamom, and cinnamon, but it is up to you how you want to use these spices. One thing to note is that some spice blends are quite intense and can make you feel icky, so if you don’t want to experience that, then do not add any spices to your curry.
If you do add spices, then the spices do not have to be ground in. You can also use ground cumin in curry blends. I would suggest you try experimenting with other spices as well, as they may help you get the exact flavor you want.
For example, I’ve been experimenting with cinnamon in recipes that use it for curry and not as a spice. You can also use cinnamon in chili. You might also try cinnamon in some other curry blends. If you find yourself in need of a cinnamon spice, then you might want to try cinnamon in the spice aisle.