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CULINARY PREPARATIONS - Curry

Born in India, Japanese curry - or "kare raisu" as the Japanese call it - is very popular because it is cheap and very easy to prepare. It appeals to both students and nostalgic gourmets. Less spicy than the Indian version, its thick and subtly sweet sauce makes it the ultimate comforting family dish. There are as many recipes as there are cooks who prepare it. You buy it in the form of a stock cube ready to be diluted or you prepare your own “curry roux”. It is simply eaten with rice and sometimes noodles.

Discover our selection of curries to reheat or cook for the most motivated!

Our favourite curry recipe

SAUTÉED RICE WITH CURRY

Our favourite curry recipe

SAUTÉED RICE WITH CURRY

Japanese curry, known as "Japanese curry" or "kare," has a unique flavor that sets it apart from Indian or Thai curries. It's generally milder and less spicy, with a thick sauce base of curry, vegetables and sometimes meat. Discover this new Japanese-style recipe for Cantonese rice!

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