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nytth asked this question on 01-26-2022 at 03:24 PM
01-26-2022 at 03:24 PM
The product details specify "Country of Origin‏: ‎USA."

Also, I see this is Amazon's #1 best seller in category "curry powders." :)
01-27-2022 at 01:28 AM
The detailed description says: USA

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As an Indian I can confirm that unless you're planning to operate a restaurant kitchen, 1LB of this is not ideal. Buy your spices fresh in smaller batches
No avid cook would suggest anyone use premade simmering sauces over legit curry powder involved recipes
McCormick does sell the curry powder in a 1.75-oz size [amazon.com] for $3.91 w/ S&S.
But the 1-lb (16-oz) size for $6.65 is clearly the better deal.

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Where is this sourced from?
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Where is this sourced from?
The product details specify "Country of Origin‏: ‎USA."

Also, I see this is Amazon's #1 best seller in category "curry powders." Smilie
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As an Indian I can confirm that unless you're planning to operate a restaurant kitchen, 1LB of this is not ideal. Buy your spices fresh in smaller batches
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As an Indian I can confirm that unless you're planning to operate a restaurant kitchen, 1LB of this is not ideal. Buy your spices fresh in smaller batches
McCormick does sell the curry powder in a 1.75-oz size [amazon.com] for $3.91 w/ S&S.
But the 1-lb (16-oz) size for $6.65 is clearly the better deal.
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I'm here for chef comments. Let it roll
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Quote from aashish3000 :
As an Indian I can confirm that unless you're planning to operate a restaurant kitchen, 1LB of this is not ideal. Buy your spices fresh in smaller batches
A friend of mine bought it and tortured me to make curry chicken 😅
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As an Indian I can confirm that unless you're planning to operate a restaurant kitchen, 1LB of this is not ideal. Buy your spices fresh in smaller batches
So true. I cannot imagine using this much since it's used in small amounts to begin with. I have discarded so many small bags of curry powder over the years.
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Made curry with this tonight, it was bland.
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Go to indian store you can get it for 2$ packet thats good for 1 yr
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As an Indian and an avid cook, I struggle to understand who uses this stuff in actual Indian cooking. I have had stuff made from this powder but trust me it is not Indian food. if you really want to make Indian food without the effort, go to your local Kroger and get one of the Indian sauces in a jar and add your protein/vegetables to it.
No avid cook would suggest anyone use premade simmering sauces over legit curry powder involved recipes
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There is one with no msg. But this one does not have msg in the ingredients list. Are they both the same?
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