Evil Katsu NYC Blog Article, Katsu Curry

Japanese curry, also known as "kare raisu" or simply "curry rice," is a popular dish in Japan that is distinct from Indian or Thai curries. It has its own unique flavor profile and is a staple of Japanese cuisine.

It has its roots in British colonial influence during the late 19th century. It was introduced to Japan through the British navy, and its initial version was based on Indian curry. Over time, the Japanese adapted the recipe to suit their taste preferences, resulting in a milder and sweeter version of curry.

Japanese curry is known for its mild and slightly sweet flavor compared to other types of curries. It has a thick, rich, and velvety sauce that is usually made from a roux or curry powder, along with various spices such as turmeric, cumin, coriander, and ginger. The sauce is typically savory and has a hint of fruitiness from ingredients like apples or honey.

Evil's Signature Curry is rich and perfectly smooth, we serve it with Pork, Chicken or Portobello Katsu on a bed of delicious Garlic Rice and if you like some heat you can Make It Evil with our unique spice blend that will lit you up but without loosing all the delicious curry flavors.

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