Japan has peanut butter-style spreadable curry, and it’s amazing【Taste test】

Originally published on Sora News by Casey Baseel


Curry toast is just the beginning…the delicious, delicious beginning.

Usually, when you buy curry at a grocery store in Japan, it comes in one of two forms: a solid block of roux that you melt down in a pot to cook, or a pure liquid in a vacuum pouch that you heat up in the microwave. But Japanese specialty grocer Caldi has introduced a new kind of curry, one that you spread on a slice of bread with a knife like you would with peanut butter or jam.

Called the Nutte Yaitara Curry Pan, or “Spread It,

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