How-to Cook Curry



There are various ways to prepare and cook the curry, but you will learn how to cook the Japanese-style curry in this site.
Traditionally, the curry's ingredients are onions, carrots, potatoes and chicken or pork.
But, from my personal experience, you can use almost all ingredients that you can imagine to cook the curry. For instance, you can use any kinds of vegetables from eggplants, bell peppers, tofu, green beans to asparagus. Also, you can use any kinds of meats from fish and beef to sausages and bacons, too.

How to cut sausages Curry is very similar to stews, so any ingredients you think might be able to use for the curry. However, zucchinis didn't quite work well for curry, so you may want to avoid that vegetable.
In this website, I will demonstrate with one bag of carrots, one onion, two red peppers, one pack of mushroom (not sliced) and one pack of sausage. It'll be about five servings.

How to cut mushrooms First of all, you will cut vegetables. It really doesn't matter how you cut your vegetables, but I usually cut them in mouse-size pieces because it's easy to If it was too big, you might choke or have to cut them in a half or so again. If it was too small, you might just swarol and not taste the curry.
In the meanwhile, one of the reasons why I mentioned one pack of not-sliced mushroom is because it's easier to cut anyways you want. Of course, if you don't want to cut the mushroom, you can use pre-sliced mushrooms, too.

How to cut sausages When you finish cutting all of your vegetables, it is now the time to cut meats. I usually cut meats at last. One of reasons that I cut meats last is that you should clean your cutting table after you cut meats. So, if you don't have a time, it may be faster if you cut vegetables. In addition, sausages are faster to prepare and cook than pork or chickens, so if you don't have much of time, you may want to pick sausages over pork or chickens. So, when you finished cutting all of your ingredients, you just finished preparing. But, don't go away; you still have to cook the curry.

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So, it's now the time to cook. First of all, you put the vegetables into a pot, and pour the right amount of water. You can basically put any vegetables, but you may want to drop potatoes at last because potatoes are easily heated. In the meantime, the amount of water depends on how many curry sauce mixes you want to use. Drop the curry sauce mix
So, make sure you read the direction on the curry sauce mix' box. If you pouredwater too little, the curry will be sticky. If you poured water too much, the curry be soupy. If you want your curry to be sticky or soupy, that's fine, though.
At this time, I used two boxes, so I poured about 1,200ml as the direction said.

You just made the curry Now, you turn the heat on at the strongest power until ingredients get thoroughly heated. If water gets boiled earlier than ingredients, you may turn the heat on the middle or less power until they get heated. Once, your ingredients get thoroughly heated, you may turn the heat on the lowest power and drop the curry sauce mix and stir until it mixes with water, which may look the photo on left.
Now, you wait for about 10 minutes. You may stir the curry every two minutes or so, and taste your curry. If everything is good, you just finished making curry.

Now, it's time to eat. It is now time to eat. Most of time, you eat curry with rice, but if you get bored with curry and rice, here is an option. You may want to try curry with noodles or spaghettis, or you may want to make a sandwich. It's also good with noodles. From my personal experience, they are all matched good. Although, it may get messy if you make a sandwich.
So, this is my presentation of how to make curry. I hope you can make a good curry and enjoy eating curry.

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