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A curry is a dish with a sauce seasoned with spices, mainly associated with South Asian cuisine. In southern India, leaves from the curry tree may be included.

In the food context, 'curry' typically refers to a type of dish that originated in the Indian subcontinent but has since been adopted and adapted in many other cuisines around the world. Generally speaking, a curry is a saucy or stew-like dish that contains a combination of spices and herbs, as well as vegetables, meat, fish, or legumes. The specific ingredients and preparation methods can vary widely depending on the regional and cultural influences on the dish. Here are some examples of different types of curry:

  1. Indian chicken curry: This is a classic curry that is made with chicken, onions, tomatoes, and a variety of spices, such as cumin, coriander, turmeric, and garam masala. It is typically served with rice or flatbread.

  2. Thai green curry: This is a spicy curry that is made with green curry paste, coconut milk, vegetables, and meat or tofu. It is often served with rice.

  3. Japanese curry: This is a mild curry that is made with a roux of flour, butter, and curry powder, along with vegetables and meat. It is often served over rice.

  4. Jamaican goat curry: This is a spicy curry that is made with goat meat, onions, tomatoes, scallions, thyme, allspice, and Scotch bonnet peppers. It is typically served with rice and beans.

  5. Malaysian laksa curry: This is a rich, creamy curry that is made with coconut milk, fish or shrimp, noodles, and a variety of spices and herbs. It is often garnished with bean sprouts, cilantro, and lime.

  6. Ethiopian berbere chicken curry: This is a spicy curry that is made with chicken, berbere spice blend (which includes chili peppers, ginger, and other spices), tomatoes, onions, and garlic. It is typically served with injera bread.

  7. British chicken tikka masala: This is a mild, creamy curry that is made with marinated chicken, tomatoes, onions, cream, and a variety of spices, such as cumin, coriander, and turmeric. It is often served with rice.

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