Give all your everyday meals an Indian twist! We call this one the 'pasta sauce' of India because it is a great canvas for all your creative cooking and can be added to just about anything you want to cook for that kick of flavour.
Wheat free | Dairy free | 100% Vegetarian
How to use
Use your Indian Everyday paste well, every day. Add a can of coconut milk and the protein of your choice to make a curry. Looking for a new marinade, this one works wonders! Run out of inspiration? 2 - 3 tablespoons into whatever you're stir-frying tonight is all you need be it broccoli or prawns or even leftover rice! Have guests come without a warning? Whip up a masala mayo, hummus or bread!
275 gm | Serves four to six people. One jar requires 1 kg of protein.
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This is restaurant quality in a jar. So delicious with lamb and a little coconut milk, topped with a sprinkling of feta, chopped almonds and fresh coriander. I don't think delicious cooking could get easier than this.
For all those (Indian cooking novices) making dinner in a hurry, this is a safe bet. To 'lift' the dish, add any greens/baby spinach, spring onions;
dry fenugreek -this herb (kasoori methi) various brands,can be easily found in Indian shops. Use it sparingly.
We brought a selection of pastes on our camping trip and got all sorts of meals out of it not just meat curries on rice. Like this stuffed naan recipe: https://www.mastercook.com/app/recipe/WebRecipeDetails?recipeId=25863861 - just substitute the paste. Delicious and done in a frypan!
Loved the fresh flavours of the Indian Everyday paste... just the right blend of spicy, freshness and heat. Super easy to make dinner in a hurry!
Added half a jar to some coconut cream, spinach + other veg and some chicken thighs for an absolutely delicious curry.
It has a very soft spicy note, super subtle so it's perfect even for those that don't like hot stuff.
So happy you enjoyed it Louisa! We look forward to feeding you again :)