Curry Powder

Curry Powder

We provide a range of curry powders to satisfy every palate's flavour preferences. Spices vary in shape, flavour, and scent. Our selection of curry powder is a flawless fusion of spices combined in the right proportions to give the various curries an unusual taste. We guarantee the quality and purity of our spices.

Curry powder is a blend of spices commonly used in South Asian cuisine, particularly Indian cuisine. The specific ingredients in curry powder can vary depending on the region and the preferences of the cook, but it typically includes spices such as turmeric, cumin, coriander, ginger, and chili powder. The blend can be used to season and flavor a variety of dishes, such as curries, soups, stews, and marinades.

  • Steam Sterilized.
  • Rich Aroma.

Properties of Curry Powder

Curry powder is a spice blend that has several properties, including:

  • Flavor: Curry powder adds a distinctive and complex flavor to dishes, often described as warm, earthy, and slightly sweet.
  • Aroma: The blend of spices in curry powder also gives it a strong and fragrant aroma.
  • Color: The bright yellow color of curry powder comes from the presence of turmeric, a spice that is also known for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
  • Nutritional value: Curry powder can provide several health benefits, as many of the spices in the blend have antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and antibacterial properties.
  • Versatility: Curry powder can be used to season a wide variety of dishes, including curries, stews, soups, marinades, and roasted vegetables.
  • Customizability: The specific blend of spices in curry powder can be adjusted to suit personal taste preferences, and different regions may have their own unique versions of the blend.


  • Food
  • Curries
  • Soups and stews
  • Marinades
  • Rice dishes
  • Roasted vegetables
  • Salad dressings
  • Snacks


The quality of curry powder can be evaluated based on the following factors:

  • Flavor: High-quality curry powder should have a well-balanced flavor, with a combination of spices that is neither too overpowering nor too bland.
  • Aroma: Curry powder should have a strong and fragrant aroma, with a mix of spices that is both inviting and complex.
  • Color: Curry powder should have a bright and vibrant color, usually from the addition of turmeric, which gives it a golden yellow hue.
  • Freshness: Curry powder should be fresh, with a strong aroma and flavor. Old or stale curry powder can lose its potency and flavor over time.
  • Consistency: Curry powder should have a consistent texture, with all the spices finely ground and evenly mixed.
  • Purity: High-quality curry powder should be made from pure and natural ingredients, without any added fillers, additives, or artificial flavors.
  • Origin: The origin of the curry powder and the quality of the ingredients used can also impact its quality. Curry powders made from high-quality, locally-sourced ingredients may have a better flavor and aroma than those made from lower quality or imported ingredients.

Technical Specification

Specification of Steam Sterilized Curry Powder

Physical Parameters
Sr.No. Parameter Limits Test Method

Sieve Analysis

99% min through 1mm sieve

Endecott Sieve

Chemical Parameters
Sr.No. Parameter Limits Test Method


10% max

AO 130oC, 1h



8% max

Furnace 600oC


Acid insoluble ash

4% max

Gravimetric method

Microbiological Parameters
Sr.No. Parameter Limits Test Method

Standard plate count

106 cfu per g max

Plate Count


Yeasts & Moulds

5 x 103 cfu per g max

Plate Count



100 cfu per g max



E. coli

10 cfu per g max

Presence/ Absence


Salmonella spp.

Not detected in 25g



Aflatoxin B1

5 µg per kg max (5ppb)



Aflatoxin Total

10 µg per kg max (10ppb)