The Madras was first rustled up as a basic restaurant curry made incredibly hotter to meet the tastebuds of diners. Madras is commonly made with chicken and is served with lots of sauce, which has a fragrant and fiery taste using ingredients such as chilli powder, garam masala, cumin and turmeric.
Madras is another example of a curry that is unknown in Indian. … “Since there is no authentic version of Madras curry, most modern versions of the dish have been developed in British Indian Restaurants, but it is generally a medium hot, spicy curry with a dark red sauce, usually made from tomatoes.
The mix is a hot and spicy blend of some of the most aromatic Indian spices, which includes black pepper, chilli, allspice and cloves among others. We love this mix and I’m sure you will as well!