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Royal curry
Royal curry

Royal curry

The Royal Curry, an Ode to the Kings of France

The royal curry is an ode to the kings of France, to Touraine, to the Loire Valley castles! Composed of wild herbs, orange powder, Batak berries, and of course, curry, it is a nod to the favorite spices of the kings of France. We hope your dishes will be crowned with success!

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How to Incorporate Royal Curry into Your Cuisine?

Royal curry is versatile and can be used to add an exotic touch to many dishes, whether traditional curries, barbecue marinades, or even roasted vegetable dishes. Let your creativity flow by exploring different ways to incorporate this unique spice blend into your daily cooking.

Some Recipe Ideas to Use Royal Curry

  • - Royal Chicken Curry: Add 2 tablespoons of royal curry to chicken pieces marinated in plain yogurt before cooking;
  • - Royal Fish: Marinate fish fillets in 1 tablespoon of royal curry and cook them in a pan. Serve with a mango salad;
  • - Royal Vegetable Curry: Sprinkle 1 to 2 tablespoons of royal curry on vegetables sautéed in oil and mix well before adding vegetable broth;
  • - Chickpea and Sweet Potato Curry: Add 2 tablespoons of royal curry to onions and garlic sautéed in oil before incorporating diced sweet potatoes and chickpeas;
  • - Royal Shrimp: Incorporate 1 tablespoon of royal curry into peeled shrimp and minced garlic in hot oil, then add tomatoes and coconut milk.

The Aromas of Royal Curry

Royal curry offers an enchanting experience. Get ready for a dance of warm aromas of cinnamon, cloves, and green cardamom, reminiscent of the exotic spices of Indian markets. Fruity and floral notes of vanilla, Batak berries, and orange powder bring delicate sweetness, while fresh herbs like coriander and fennel add vibrant freshness. Earthy spices such as cumin and turmeric complete the picture with their aromatic depth. In essence, royal curry embodies the very essence of Indian cuisine, offering a sensory journey of rich and exotic flavors, ready to elevate your dishes with a royal touch of spices.

What Makes Your Curry Royal?

Orange Powder

In the 15th century, the first orangery in France was established in Touraine, specifically in Amboise, at Château Gaillard, where a Neapolitan genius, Dom Pacello de Mercoliano, invented, at the request of King Charles VIII, a cultivation system to acclimatize orange trees to the Touraine temperatures. The precious Golden Apple began its reign at Château Gaillard.


Vanilla was brought to Europe by Spanish conquistadors as early as 1664 and enjoyed great success, especially at the court of the French king Louis XIV. Louis XIV succumbed to its aroma and ordered vanilla plants to be cultivated on the island of Réunion, a name given by the first French settlers in homage to the royal family. Vanilla has since become a spice used in royal dishes.

Cocoa Nibs

When chocolate arrived in France, brought by Spanish conquistadors, it was reserved for the nobility and the upper bourgeoisie. The kings and queens of France, from Louis XIII to Marie-Antoinette, enjoyed this hot beverage, which was all the rage at court. At Versailles, Louis XV considered chocolate his favorite drink.

This blend is manufactured in Touraine, a region nicknamed "the garden of France" since the late 15th century, known for its castles. The Loire Valley was the land of the kings of France for centuries.

In summary, this curry is an ode to the kings of France, to Touraine, to the Loire Valley castles!

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Allergen Moutarde / Mustard
Native country FRANCE
Ingredients cocoa bean, blend of herbs, orange powder, turmeric, coriander,
batak berry, cumin, black pepper, fennel, MUSTARD, fenugreek,
ginger, vanilla, cinnamon, clove, green cardamom.
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.