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stonesown Jan 22, 2008 07:19 AM

This may be an amateur question, but:

I have Jamaican curry powder which I think is mostly used as a dry rub. Anyway, I'd like a Jamaican curry *sauce*, what can I add to it to make it into a sauce? Thanks.

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    howboy Jan 22, 2008 09:04 AM

    coconut cream (unsweetened), yogurt...

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      mlgb Jan 22, 2008 09:30 AM

      You can just use it to season and fry up your chicken pieces (and onions, a few veggies if you want) and then thin it down with broth or water for curried chicken.

      I don't remember either coconut or yogurt in my curry when I was a little kiddie in Jamaica.

      1. alkapal Jan 22, 2008 04:00 PM

        oh, this chicken curry is going to be hot with 1/2 scotch bonnet for 1/2 chicken!!!!!
        http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1718,128177-250193,00.html

        another couple of variations on the chicken curry:
        http://eatjamaican.com/recipes/currychicken-recipe.html
        http://clickmomukhamo.com/sunshinegirl/2005/04/26/recipe-jamaican-style-curry-chicken/

        here is a lamb curry with the coconut:
        http://www.sheepscreek.com/recipes/curry_lamb.html

        this recipe from the canadian food network looks quite tasty:
        http://www.foodtv.ca/recipes/recipede...

        (it also has a recipe for the jamaican curry powder, fyi)

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