Devil's curry

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Devil's curry
Alternative names Curry debal
Type Curry
Course colour
Creator Eurasian Singaporeans
Main ingredients Curry, candlenuts, galangal, vinegar
Cookbook: Devil's curry  Media: Devil's curry

Devil's curry (Nari Ayam Devil, also known as curry debal in Kristang or curry devil) is a very spicy curry flavoured with candlenuts, galangal and vinegar from the Eurasian Kristang (Cristão) culinary tradition in Singapore and Malacca, Malaysia. It is often served during Christmas and also on other special occasions.

Kristang cuisine blends the cuisines of Southeast Asia with a western-style cuisine inherited from Portuguese colonial rulers. Other popular Kristang dishes include curry feng, Eurasian smore (a beef stew), and sugee cake.

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