Curry Bombay Madras hot

$3.30

Product description

Bombay Madras curry is named after the city of Madras in South India. The spice blend varies by region, however Bombay Madras curry is a relatively hot curry blend. Our curry blend is quite hot, and emphasises the beautifully fragrant spices, which have a distinct curry aroma and a deliciously intense flavour. It is generally prepared with coconut milk to give a mild and sweet curry.

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Culinary Notes :

Bombay Madras curry is named after the city of Madras in South India. The spice blend varies by region, however Bombay Madras curry is a relatively hot curry blend. Our curry blend is quite hot, and emphasises the beautifully fragrant spices, which have a distinct curry aroma and a deliciously intense flavour. It is generally prepared with coconut milk to give a mild and sweet curry.

  • Use to make curry dishes with any filling of your choice
  • The Madras curry dishes are usually eaten with steamed rice, pulao (pilaf), various types of bread like naan and chapatti. They are usually complemented with a salad/dip called raita.
  • The spice blend can also be used to make a spicy dip which is known as Madras curry dip. It consists of yoghurt, lime juice, coriander, garlic, onions, hot sauce and of course our Madras curry powder.

Health benefits:

All of our blends are full of spices that are beneficial to your health. They are preservative free, additive free, filler free and contain low or zero salt. The intense flavour from our spice blends means a little goes a long way.

Recipe/ product links:

Bombay Beef Madras

How to use:

  • Use 28g  of curry Bombay Madras Hot spice for 1kg chicken, lamb or beef.
  • This spice blend has a low salt content

Ingredients:

Made from imported and local spices including; cumin, coriander, turmeric, chilli powder, garam masala, black pepper and Australian sea salt.

Other names or spelling: Madras sauce

Additional information

size

28g

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