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Curries power point for y9

  1. 1. Regions countries mild hot medium SpicesStarter Date 15/7/10Please list as many different kinds of curries you can in 10 minutes, you can discuss with the personnext to youCan you name some countries or regions that curries come from? India ChinaBangladesh PakistanCan you name other countries that you think may have curries as their traditional dishYou have five minutes to do this!You could name three You could name three You could name fiveessential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients andtwo kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  2. 2. Regions countries mild hot medium SpicesLearning Objectives To Understand the different countries that curries come fromTo understand the different classifications of curriesTo Understand the methods behind them and how they came about India Pakistan Bangladesh Nepal Gurka You could name three You could name three You could name five essential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients and two kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  3. 3. Regions countries mild hot medium SpicesWhere do curries come from?The word curry itself comes from the Tamil: literally meaning gravy. So the origins ofthe word are from Southern India. The British brought curries to the West. However, thesedays the term curry is used for any dish or meat cooked in a spicy or hot sauce or gravy.Curries are known from Africa, India, South-east Asia and the Pacific islands.What kind of curries are there?Madras Madras curry is a spicy curry which originates in the South of India. This curry can accompany vegetables or meats, and it can feature a wide range of ingredients The curry is named for the city of Madras, now known as Chennai. The heat of Southern India is ideal for growing chilli peppers You could name three You could name three You could name five essential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients and two kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  4. 4. Regions countries mild hot medium SpicesBaltiIs a British-style type of curry cooked and served up in a type ofwok made of cast iron. It is served in many restaurants in theUnited Kingdom. The style of food is thought to originate from thePakistani region of Baltistan in Kashmir, from where it was broughtby South Asian immigrants to Britain One school of thought states that name Balti for food may reflect the fact that an ethnic group living in that area of north Pakistan are called Balti. Balti food is named after the pot in which it is cooked You could name three You could name three You could name five essential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients and two kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  5. 5. Regions countries mild hot medium SpicesRogan joshIs an aromatic curry dish hailing from Kashmir and is quitepopular in India, Pakistan, Singapore and the United Kingdom.Rogan means ( oil in Pershian ) while josh means heat, hot,boiling. Rogan josh thus means cooked in oil at intense heatKormais a dish originating in Central Asia or Western Asia which canbe made with yoghurt, cream, nut and seed pastes or coconutmilk; it is usually considered a type of curry Both vegetarianand non-vegetarian kormas exist. You could name three You could name three You could name five essential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients and two kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  6. 6. Regions countries mild hot medium SpicesSpicesPlease list as many spices which are used in curries, these can bethe ones you have already used and experimented with in yourpractical lessons or any that you know of that we have not used inour lessons yet.Example’sGinger, Parsley, Cardamom, Staranise, Cinnamon, Coriander, Turmeric, Nutmeg, Saffron, Garlic, Redchilli, Green chilli, Peppercorns, Cumin, Bay leaf, Fennelseeds, Galangal, Mint, Fenugreek seeds, Cloves, Paprika, and many more You could name three You could name three You could name five essential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients and two kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  7. 7. Regions countries mild hot medium Spices Mild Curry Dopiaza Medium Curry Hot Curry Karahi Tikka Madras Korma Jalfrezi masala Bhuna Balti Kashmir Pasanda Vindaloo Dhansak PhalRoganjosh SaagYou could name three You could name three You could name fiveessential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients andtwo kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  8. 8. Regions countries mild hot medium SpicesPlease create your own curry, you can do this by relating to the curries and spices wehave just talked about and discussed.Write down your ingredients and a method which you will use in next weeks practicallessonThese will be judged and the winner of the best created curry will have it named afterthem and used on the menus in the bistro in SeptemberYou can create a MILD-MEDIUM or HOT curry the choice is yours, presentation, coloursand flavours will all be taken into consideration You could name three You could name three You could name five essential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients and two kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  9. 9. Regions countries mild hot medium SpicesLearning outcomes:  To Know the different countries that curries come from To Know the different classifications of curries To Know the methods behind them and how they came about To Know the different spices and herbs used to create a curryYou could name three You could name three You could name fiveessential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients andtwo kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
  10. 10. You could name three You could name three You could name fiveessential ingredients and essential ingredients and essential ingredients andtwo kind’s of curries their usage the types of curries they would be used in
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