Make Your Own Curry Powder

Use your own homemade curry powder in these fast and easy recipes

Make Your Own Curry Powder

Make Your Own Curry Powder

Jemima's Homemade Curry Powder Recipe

A little Curry Powder goes a long way. Use Jemima's personal blend instead of store-bought to flavor recipes, or experiment on your own.
—Jemima Madhavan, Lincoln, Nebraska

Jemima's Recipes Using Curry Powder

Chicken Korma
There were days, like after basketball practice, when all I wanted to do was refuel with my mother's Chicken Korma. It’s filling, spicy and delicious.
—Jemima Madhavan, Lincoln, Nebraska

Minted Rice with Garbanzo Curry
Fluffy flavored rice and tender beans in a well-seasoned, aromatic sauce make this easy, meatless Minted Rice with Garbanzo Curry main dish a fitting introduction to Indian cooking.
—Jemima Madhavan, Lincoln, Nebraska

More Recipes Using Curry Powder

Strawberry Chicken Salad
I got this Strawberry Chicken Salad recipe from a friend who served it at a shower I attended years ago. Make copies of this recipe, you will be asked for it!
—Edie DeSpain, Logan, Utah

Crescent Samosas
Tender buttery crescents are filled with a delicious filling, making these Crescent Samosas appetizers a real stand-out. No one will guess that they're light!
—Jennifer Kemp, Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan

Nutty Chicken Fettuccine
Chicken strips coated with ground walnuts and served with a creamy Parmesan sauce makes this Nutty Chicken Fettuccine a fast elegant meal.
—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin

Mom's Paella
I enjoy cooking ethnic foods, especially those that call for lots of rice. Like my mom, I often prepare Mom's Paella for special Sunday-get-togethers.
—Ena Quiggle, Goodhue, Minnesota

Curried Vegetable Dip
The combination of curry powder and honey gives this dip a sweet, spicy flavor. Curried Vegetable Dip is a nice change from onion and ranch vegetable dips, and it's also good with chips for dipping.
—Lois Kodada, Northfield, Minnesota