Korean curry has more spice flavor than the Japanese version, especially more than the Vermont Curry (바몬드). Note, Korean and Japanese Curry mixes are lot thicker than the Indian curry as it’s based on a flour roux. I think this actually works better for short grain rice.
Is Korean and Japanese curry the same?
Korean and Japanese curries are the same. Just different brands.
Is curry common in Korea?
Japanese curry rice in my memory has always been immensely popular in Korea. Every year I visited Korea for the past 15 years, Japanese curry roux in blocks have been a staple gift that most of my friends and relatives would rejoice over. Japanese curry rice in my memory has always been immensely popular in Korea.
Is curry only Indian?
Curry is, supposedly, Indian. But there is no such word in any of the country’s many official languages. … Today, that’s Raghavan Iyer’s definition: He wrote a doorstop of a cookbook titled 660 Curries, and he uses curry to refer to “anything that has a sauce or gravy—it can be with or without spices.”
Do Japanese like curry?
The quintessential spicy dish in Japan is curry, which is so popular that it’s regarded, along with ramen, as one of the top two national dishes — ahead of sushi and miso soup.