This recipe requires a scale capable of measuring to the nearest gram, but see version below if you do not have a kitchen scale.

Sarojini Mudnani’s CURRY POWDER

All the above ingredients should be ground.

Combine all ingredients thoroughly. If any of the ingredients are lumpy, run through a sieve before adding to the rest.

Pour mixture into spice jar with the help of a sheet of waxed paper.

Use in any recipe calling for curry powder but, remember, use cautiously. This curry powder is very (spicy) hot.

Yield: 33 grams, enough to fill a typical spice jar

Harvey Day, The Complete Book of Curries, 1970

Below is the recipe translated into volume for those who lack a kitchen scale. The result should be pretty close to the version above and yield about the same amount.

Sarojini Mudnani’s CURRY POWDER

All the above ingredients should be ground.

Combine all ingredients thoroughly. If any of the ingredients are lumpy, run through a sieve before adding to the rest.

Pour mixture into spice jar with the help of a sheet of waxed paper.

Use in any recipe calling for curry powder but, remember, use cautiously. This curry powder is very (spicy) hot.

Yield: 5 tablespoons, 2 1/8 teaspoons

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