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Curry (Persuasive Speech) We can cook many varieties of curry such as vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Anyone can cook curry, apart from me, simply because Im lazy. I don't even butter my bread; I consider that cooking. I live to eat curry, I don

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Where life is colorful and varied, religion can be austere or unimportant. Where life is appallingly monotonous, religion must be emotional, dramatic and intense. Without the curry, boiled rice can be very dull. Indian cuisine basically comprises of curry and naan or roti, a bread-like dish which is baked over an open fire. Curry is a generic description used throughout the western culture to describe a variety of spiced dishes, especially from asian countries. I usually go out to out to savour my taste buds with Indian food, simply because I do not like my mother's cooking. I'm not saying my mother's a bad cook, but she uses a smoke alarm as a timer. ...read more.


It brings out all the mouthwatering flavours of different types of food and spices. A simple curry can consist of only three spices. The most famous found in most curry powders are turmeric, coriander, and cumin. These spices are also used in herbal medicines in the countryside of India. Some even consider it as a natural anti-biotic. So if you don't want to eat an apple a day to keep the doctor away, I say eat some curry! Many food tasting experts are able to tell what a certain type of curry contains just after having a spoonful of some. With most foods, its either that you know or you don't know how to make it. ...read more.


With the hard and fast life that we all have today, how could we all possibly make curry in good time? The answer is, curry powder. The different curry powders are often contain: turmeric, (which is used to give the food a bright yellow colour), cumin (used to give a sharp tingling taste in foods), fenugreek (which has a bitter taste), cardamom, poppy seeds and nutmeg (used to sweeten dishes) and coriander (It gives the gravy a thick consistency and a subtle but earthy flavor. It is also a part of garam masala.Masala refers to spices, and this is the name given to the thick and pasty sauce based on a combination of spices with ghee (clarified butter), butter, palm oil or coconut milk. "Necessity is the mother of invention." With the "invention" all ready being made, let's go out and eat some curry! ...read more.

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