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Is pate de curry vegan?

Pate de curry is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pate de curry?

Pâte de curry is a flavorful and versatile ingredient commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine. This smooth paste is made by grinding together a mix of spices and herbs such as turmeric, coriander, cumin, and chili peppers. The resulting blend is then cooked down to form a thick, concentrated paste with a complex flavor profile that can range from mild to hot and spicy. Pâte de curry adds depth and richness to stews, soups, marinades, and curries, and can also be used as a rub or seasoning for grilled meats and vegetables. Its unique blend of aromatic spices and heat make it a must-have ingredient for any adventurous cook.

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