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"Curry Powder" as an ingredient: automatic suspicion

vjtaylor | Dec 31, 201712:02 PM     51

Honestly when I see "curry powder" as an ingredient in a recipe I tend to assume the writer doesn't know what they're doing. Curry powder can mean DOZENS of different combinations of spices. Why would anyone put that into a recipe when they could just put the exact combination of spices they mean? If the combination of spices in your recipe is so unimportant that literally anything that is called "curry powder" will do, I'll look for another recipe. I expected better from Anson Mills.

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