Colombo is a type of curry found on the Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe and the seasoning in this dish is known as Colombo Powder. Colombo cooking originated with Sri Lankan emigrants who came to the French West Indies as plantation workers. Poudre de Colombo is a thick curry-like stew traditionally made with goat, lamb or pork.
Colombo powder does not get its subtle heat from chiles like most curry powders but instead from brown mustard and black pepper. The result is a sharper flavor with less heat than more traditional Indian curries.
Ingredients: Salt Free. Coriander, fenugreek, turmeric, brown mustard, black pepper, cumin, cloves and long grain white rice (as a thickener).