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|"It's all about the pleasure of cooking..."|
There's honest pleasure in knowing the food we eat is tasty, wholesome and made with real ingredients. Spicentice is all about creating a home-cooked experience, to share with family and friends, with traditional recipes that have been perfected over generations.
The clever little (no waste) packs of 100% pure herbs and spices come with an easy to prepare recipe that serves four and a shopping list of the extra things needed to make your favourite dish.
Each Spicentice Bombay Potatoes Curry kit contains Cumin Seeds, Mustard Seeds, Turmeric, Paprika, Chilli Powder.
No additives, no preservatives and no colouring.
4 Potatoes (medium)
| ||1 Tomato (medium)|| |
| ||3 tbsp Cooking Oil|| |
| ||½ tsp Salt|| |
| ||Fresh Coriander|| |
| ||1 pack SpiceNTice Bombay Potatoes Mix|| |
1. Peel the potatoes and cut into small cubes.
2. Wash and boil the potatoes until they are partially cooked, then drain.
3. Chop the tomatoes.
4. Coarsely chop the fresh coriander.
Cooking the curry:
1. Heat the oil in a non-stick saucepan and add contents of Sachet 1, frying the seeds for a few seconds.
2. Add the par-boiled potatoes and stir, then sprinkle Sachet 2 and ½ tsp salt over the potatoes.
3. Add 100ml cold water, stir well and add the chopped tomato. Cook with the lid on for 15 mins or until the potatoes are cooked.
4. Check the seasoning and serve with fresh coriander.
Bombay potatoes... are from the hot, dry climate of the Gujarat! This recipe makes a great side dish or enjoy on its own with Pilau Rice and Naan bread. It is said "the potato, like man, was not meant to live alone". Make a potato happy and share this dish with friends!