Curry comes in multiple forms, not just from Thailand and India. This curry is Japanese and a bit sweeter than its cousins. The author suggests that you use your own spice blend instead of a store bought one to control the taste and give it a richer flavor, even toasting them a bit to bring out those aromatics. This will build even more when fried in oil before adding to the stew, a delicious combo of chicken, onion, carrots, potatoes and garnished with sweet apples to give it texture and more sweetness.
- Japanese curry is a very popular comfort food in Japan.
- You need a spice grinder and a dutch oven to make this recipe.
- You need a good amount of ingredients in order to make the curry.
“This recipe captures a classic Japanese curry, complete with juicy pieces of chicken, tender nubbins of carrot, sweet peas, and silky chunks of potato, but it’s seasoned with a homemade spice blend that’s way better than what comes out of a tin.”
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