Japanese-style Curries

Curries are very popular dishes in Japan. Japanese-style curries are usually thicker than curries found in other cuisines. Curry mixes thicken curry sauce and vary from hot to mild. They contain many kinds of spices and vegetables and fruit essences.

Typical Japanese curries contain vegetables, such as onion, carrots, and potatoes, and meat. Chicken, pork, beef, or seafood can be used for curries. Also, ingredients can be vegetable only if you prefer. Many people cook a large amount of curry at a time and keep it for a few days. Also, it's a good idea to freeze curries in a freezer bag.

Curry with steamed rice (curry rice) is a common menu for lunch and dinner in Japan. Fukujin-zuke pickles or rakkyo pickles commonly accompany curry rice. Also, curry is served with bread and noodles. Curry-pan (fried bread with curry filling) is sold at our store.



This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 15 July, 2010.