James silverto 2011-12-16 07:46:37
I can buy it and I see lots of recipes using it but what exactly is
Muchi curry powder? How is it different from, for example, Madras
James V. Silverton
Potomac, Maryland, USA
Dave fawthrop 2011-12-16 07:46:44
| I can buy it and I see lots of recipes using it but what exactly is
| Muchi curry powder? How is it different from, for example, Madras
| curry powder?
Never heard of that one in the UK. We are cursed with Coke, Pepsi, KFC and
so on, but most American brands we thankfully escape.
Every manufacturer has their own recipe, in this case proportions of the
various spices, which is commercially confidential. The object is to make
it difficult to change to another brand.
James silverto 2011-12-16 07:46:58
As I indicated, it appears to be a generic type rather than a brand.
When I do a Google search for “muchi curry powder”, I find lots of
places that sell it but no indication of how it differs from, say,
“Madras curry powder” except that it might be hotter. However, there
is a lot of variation among *brands* of even Madras powder. I don’t
use curry powder a lot but it can be useful.
Judith umbria 2011-12-16 07:47:02
I hear good things about Penzey’s various blends.
Mombu 2011-12-16 07:47:46
mix a few together that you like to get the benefits of all that each
has to offer