Wow everyone with your Indian cooking skills.
Tastes so good no one will know it came from a jar.
We love this curry paste! It is delicious and authentic and so easy to use. Thoroughly recommend 👌
Cashew Korma is so delicious! But not only that, it contain no nasties like preservatives and thickeners like shop bought pastes and it saved me so much work. I made it with chicken and lots of vegetables and added some coconut milk.
We joined Perzen last Saturday night. We tried many different dishes at different places in Sandringham and heard the stories about each dish. Perzen is friendly and relaxed. A born guide. I can't tolerate hot spicy food but I was able to eat each dish. All very tasty and I now have a long list of new Indian dishes I know I like. Many thanks Perzen.
Works time and time again, excellent for the winter months too ;)
We joined Perzen on her Sandringham Indian walking food experience. Wow, what a fantastic tour. We both had the opportunity to sample foods from different regions that we’ve never tried before, including Indian Street Food. Perzen was very knowledgeable, not too much walking, but plenty of eating. Highly recommend.
This Turmeric Powder is amazing! It's so authentic and delicious, and so warming. I have it half and half with boiling water and almond milk and it's the perfect start to my day.
Brought this as a gift for our dinner hosts. They were wow. I brought one for myself and it really is good. I like the idea as a dip too.
Ready to try their others products..
Tandoori will be next on my list.
Definitely recommend. 🙂
So so delicious. Lovely with fried potatoes
Fabulous product. Last night I made a vegetable medley of sliced onions, garlic confit, chopped celeriac, diced potatoes, one parsnip and some bok choy. Into the shallow fried mix, I added one bottle of tandoori paste and heated it through. Salt and pepper. Voila!
The pastes had beautiful flavour and Perzen's relationship with food and mission really resonates with me. Can't recommend enough supporting Dolly Mumma and learning about what authentic Indian food is about!
Utterly delightful coastal curry sauce. Added it to beef and coconut curry. Yum!
I made a lamb spinach sagwala but have also used it to make palak
Paneer. Both turned out delicious!!
Thank you 🙏🏼
This is hands down one of the best spice blends I've come across. A secret weapon of flavour!
This is a beautiful item, that will be a staple in my kitchen for years to come.
The taste in this product is phenomenal. Real food at its' best! I cooked it with paneer cheese and it was much better than anything I've every had from the supermarket. I will definitely buy again and I highly recommend!
Add your favourite paste into a saucepan with your choice of protein and vegetables.
Saute the paste & protein. Add coconut milk or yoghurt to form a curry.
Simmer until everything is cooked. Serve immediately and wow your family and friends.
Proudly, a small family owned business
Made with love
We put the time and care at our end to make 'cooking from scratch' easy at your end. Our spices are sourced locally. Each spice is dry-roasted to extract its full flavour before cooking our pastes to ensure they are safe to eat direct from the jar!
No hint of store-bought yuck
Our recipes are passed down to us through friends and family. My husband and I do all the cooking and packing in small batches using ingredients you'll identify. You won't have this lying around your fridge for long!
Make more than curry
Our Indian flavours work in all your everyday meals. From a dahl to a prawn stir-fry, from saag paneer to a Sunday roast and from a light yoghurt dressing to a yummy curry, our pastes are versatile. How you use our pastes is your choice!
From my grandmother Dolly, I inherited a lifelong love for food.
Hearty, bursting with flavour, her food always tasted like a tight hug from home. If they can taste the love, they will love the taste, she taught us.
But, cooking Indian at home always felt tedious and hard.
What spices do I put and when? Curry powder or Garam Masala? Why does every dish need a tadka? It felt easier to get a takeaway.
It took moving back to India, starting a food blog and experimenting (many, many times) with spices to learn that when you have the basics right Indian cooking is simple!
Even better, Indian flavours can work with all my everyday meals. Especially when I have the right shortcuts.