I originally made my raw and roasted Sri Lankan curry powder at home and gave it out to friends and family, who were the first to encourage me to actually market my brand. When my book came out, this seemed like a no brainer as most of my recipes called for either a raw or roasted curry powder. Since I’m on a mission to promote Sri Lankan food, one of the last undiscovered cuisines of Asia, far and wide, it only makes sense to flog my curry powders. I truly stand behind my product, and firmly believe that these are the most complex and original spice blends you will find anywhere. My family and I cook with them regularly. Not only do they make for delicious dishes, but they also have myriad health benefits as all the spices used have applications in the ancient Ayurvedic system of medicine. In short, this is the real deal.
I started selling my spices exclusively in an artisanal food site called Foodoro.
I also sell them locally at two retail outlets:
The Milk & Honey Market in Baltimore
and Bazaar Spices @ Union Market in DC
Now, I’ve just set up another online store on Open Sky, which I hope you will visit and follow me as I need 20 followers to open the store: