14 Types Of Curry From Around The World

There's always a curry dish nearby that's sweet, spicy, sour, and salty. Other countries from Trinidad to Japan have their own interpretations of curry that will give you a new appreciation for the cuisine.

Rendang curry isn't as well-known as red or Massaman. Still, it's one of the world's tastiest dishes and a top Indonesian food. Rendang curry refers to a way of preparing food rather than a specific type of curry, with flavorful, tender meat, silky coconut notes, and rich chilli and spice accents.

Rendang Curry

This Sri Lankan vegetarian curry combines deep-purple beets with curry, spice, ginger, and onions for a complex but not overpowering dish. Montreal Gazette: Beetroot curry is sweet, salty, and sour. Sugary beets, tart tomatoes, decadent coconut, and hot spices make a delicious vegetarian meal.

Beetroot Curry

Chicken Tikka Masala's origins are murky, per Britannica. A Bangladeshi chef in Scotland may have adapted Chicken Tikka by adding a tomato cream sauce. It could be a British take on India's beloved butter chicken.

Chicken Tikka Masala

South Africa's bunny chow gets high marks for creativity and tasty curry. Bunny chow is portable and edible, according to Atlas Obscura. The bread soaks up the curry's juices and flavours.

Bunny Chow

Jamaican goat curry is another multi-cultural dish (via Jamaica 55). Jamaican goat curry features mutton or goat, lime, ginger, Scotch bonnet chilli peppers, potatoes, and fresh herbs and spices. Earthy and meaty with citrus and ginger brightness.

Jamaican Goat Curry

According to Fodors, butter chicken is one of India's most popular dishes and is gaining popularity worldwide thanks to its juicy chicken, creamy buttery sauce, and melt-in-your-mouth rice.

Butter Chicken

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