Springvale Hill Curry Mixes

Springvale Hill Curry Mixes

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Japanese Curry vrs Indian Curry

The main difference is the level of spiciness.

Japanese is is sweeter and less spicy

Springvale Hill Japanese Curry Mix is a versatile and flavorful blend that captures the unique taste of Japanese curry. Its complex combination of spices and herbs makes it perfect for creating a variety of dishes, from traditional Japanese curry and curry udon to soups, stews, and marinades. Whether you're making a comforting curry rice or adding a new twist to your favorite recipes, this spice mix provides an easy and delicious way to bring the rich flavors of Japanese cuisine to your kitchen.

Uses for Springvale Hill Curry Spice Mixes:

  1. Curries: Both Japanese and Indian curry spice mixes are traditionally used to flavor curry dishes. They can be used with various proteins (chicken, beef, lamb, seafood), vegetables (potatoes, cauliflower, spinach), and sauces (coconut milk, tomato-based, broth).

  2. Stews and Soups: Add depth and complexity to stews and soups by incorporating curry spice mixes. They can enrich flavors in hearty dishes like lentil stew or vegetable soup.

  3. Marinades: Create flavorful marinades for meats (chicken, pork, beef) or tofu by combining curry spice mixes with yogurt, oil, and lemon juice. Marinate for a few hours or overnight for maximum flavor.

  4. Roasted Vegetables: Sprinkle curry spice mixes over vegetables (such as cauliflower, carrots, or squash) before roasting to add a spicy, aromatic twist.

  5. Rice and Grain Dishes: Mix curry spice into rice, quinoa, or couscous during cooking to infuse the grains with flavor. It's also great stirred into pilafs or fried rice.

  6. Salad Dressings: Incorporate curry spice mixes into homemade salad dressings. Combine with olive oil, vinegar, and a touch of honey or mustard for a unique flavor profile.

  7. Sauces and Dips: Use curry spice mixes to season creamy sauces or dips. They can elevate dishes like curry mayo for sandwiches or spicy yogurt dips.

  8. Baked Goods: Experiment with curry spice mixes in savory baked goods, such as biscuits, bread, or even as a seasoning for homemade crackers.

  9. Grilled and Stir-Fried Dishes: Sprinkle curry spice mixes onto grilled meats, seafood, or stir-fried vegetables for added flavor just before serving.

  10. Eggs: Use curry spice mixes to season scrambled eggs, omelets, or frittatas for a flavorful breakfast or brunch option.