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Curry bread
Curry bread
Alternative nameskarē pan
TypeBread
Place of originJapan
Main ingredientsDough, Japanese curry, bread crumbs
Yaki karē pan (baked curry bread)

Curry bread (カレーパン, karē pan) is a popular Japanese food. It consists of Japanese curry wrapped in a piece of dough, which is then coated in bread crumbs and deep fried.[1] On occasion it is baked instead of deep fried, but deep frying is the most common method of cooking. Curry bread is usually found in bakeries and convenience stores.

In popular culture

See also

References

  1. ^ Sen, Colleen Taylor (2009). Curry: a Global History. London: Reaktion Books. p. 116. ISBN 9781861895226.
  2. ^ Sen 2009, p. 116