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What brand of curry do Chinese Restaurants use in the Chinese Singapore Noodles?

Question by bj: What brand of curry do Chinese Restaurants use in the Chinese Singapore Noodles?
I have made Singapore noodles from several different recipe versions. It seems almost perfect, but the curry flavor is slightly off. I tried many curry powders (including a Vietnamese brand) but they all taste wrong – like Indian curry dish. Specifically which curry powder do Chinese Restaurants use for Singapore Noodles? I live in Ontario, Canada, but am willing to order the correct curry online, if required.

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Answer by baba
go do a search on Laksa. that will be close to it.

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  1. I find the Vietnamese ones are the closest to the authentic flavor, but a lot of the flavor also comes from the other ingredients – the ginger, garlic, sugar, green onions etc.

    The curry is only one ingredient and it gives a hint of curry flavor, going nicely with all the other Asian ingredients, to bring out a nice, well-rounded and balanced end flavor. I’ve also used Madras curry powder with good results.

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