Thursday, November 3, 2011

Wild for Curry Powder

Curry powder consists of a balanced blend of spices including: coriander, cumin, anise, ginger, fennel, star anise, cinnamon and turmeric. It's most commonly mixed with cooked vegetables, chicken, beef, lamb, pork or seafood and served with rice.

Why Wild Ginger Curry Powder?
Every curry powder is different. Over the past 20 years, Wild Ginger has designed a custom spice blend that showcases the unique and signature taste of the restaurant. All spices are roasted and ground just prior to packaging for maximum freshness.

How to Use Wild Ginger Curry Powder:
  • As a marinade: rub on chicken, beef, lamb, seafood or pork before you roast or pan fry
  • In a sauce: add either coconut milk, stock, water or a combination of these to create a versatile sauce
  • To spice up just about anything: combine with mayonnaise to create a curry flavored salad dressing, a spread, or tasteful addition to fruit or vegetable salads
Cooking aficionados can purchase Wild Ginger's Curry Powder for $5 at both locations, in Seattle and at The Bravern.

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