The Curry House




The Curry House

Four Big flavours for little curries in a hurry.

Exploring the World of Curries and Their Spices

Known for their rich flavors and aromatic spices, are a staple in various cuisines around the globe. From the spicy curries of India to the milder versions found in Thailand, each region offers a unique take on this beloved dish. The variety and complexity of curries make them a fascinating subject for food enthusiasts.


There are countless types of this cuisine, each with distinct characteristics. In India for example, they range from the creamy, tomato-based butter chicken to the fiery vindaloo. Thai is famous for the green curry and massaman incorporate coconut milk and a blend of fresh herbs and spices. In Japan on the other hand ,they  tend to be sweeter and thicker, often served with rice or noodles.

Essential Spices

The spices used are what give them their signature flavors and aromas. Common spices include turmeric, cumin, coriander, and cardamom. Turmeric provides a warm, earthy flavor and a vibrant yellow color. Cumin and coriander add a depth of flavor, while cardamom offers a sweet, floral note. In Thai curries, fresh ingredients like lemongrass, galangal, and kaffir lime leaves are essential. These spices not only enhance the taste but also offer numerous health benefits, such as anti-inflammatory properties and digestive aid.

Cultural Significance and Demographics

Curries hold significant cultural importance in many countries. In India, it is a daily staple, reflecting the diverse regional cuisines and local ingredients. In Thailand, they are often enjoyed as part of street food culture and are integral to family meals. The popularity has also spread globally, with variations found in Western countries, adapted to local tastes and ingredients. This widespread appeal demonstrates the versatility and universal love for curry dishes. So enjoy our nod to this most delicious of cuisines.

None of our products contain any nasties such anti caking agents, preservatives or added MSG. They are also Vegan and Gluten Free.

Pincha Salt is located in Katherine Northern Territory, so when you visit be sure to check out the “Jewel of the North” the Katherine Nitmiluk Gorge and click on the link below for more information.

Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge | Northern Territory, Australia


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