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Spicy Korma Curry Sauce - Anila's - 300gClick image to enlarge

Spicy Korma Curry Sauce - Anila's - 300g

Spicy Korma Curry Sauce - Anila's - 300g

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Price: 5.95





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300g

Serves 4

Heat Rating: 3 chillies

Anila's Spicy Korma Curry Sauce is a medium to hot curry sauce combining creamed coconut with spices and tomatoes for a taste of heat with the creaminess of coconut. It won a Three Star Gold Great Taste Award in 2007.

Anila Vaghela started her culinary skills at a very young age, helping her great grandmother, grandmother and mum grind spices and make curries, pickles and chutneys and even poppadums.

Anila's produce 8 premium concentrated curry sauces, handmade in small batches, as well as a range of 7 chutneys and pickles, made with single fruits and vegetables.

The firm has won 11 Great Taste Awards from the Guild of Fine Food for its products. They are free from artificial colours, additives and preservatives, and are sugar, dairy and gluten free and contain no onion or garlic, making them suitable for people with food intolerances.

Using up to twenty-three different spices, the sauces have a homemade quality just like "Mum makes" and there are certainly no imitations. You need only to taste them to appreciate the difference.

Anila says: "I believe I can bring delicious tastes and flavours to people looking for authentic Indian cooking."

The sauces are concentrated and can be used to make curries quickly and easily. Simply add your chosen main ingredients to the sauce, with a jar of water and simmer until cooked. Garnish with fresh tomatoes and coriander and serve with rice or naan bread and pickles.

You can also use the sauces to make delicious dips, or spread them on pizzas and sandwiches for that extra kick.
Recipe Suggestion: Paneer with Kidney Beans

• Soak 1 cup of kidney beans overnight, rinse, then boil in a heavy saucepan with 3 cups of water until tender (or pressure cook for 10 mins or use a can of boiled kidney beans).

• Cube the paneer and fry in oil until crunchy and browned.

• Pour a jar of Anila's Spicy Korma Curry Sauce into a saucepan, add the paneer, cooked kidney beans and 1 cup of water and simmer gently until the sauce has thickened and the paneer is tender.

• Garnish with fresh coriander and tomato wedges, and serve with chapattis or naan bread.
Ingredients: Tomatoes, Fennel, Coconut Milk, Creamed Coconut, Rapeseed Oil, Tomato Puree, Chilli Powder, Ginger, Green Chillies, Salt, Spices.



If there are any allergens in the ingredients they are marked as bold.
made in a factory handling cashews, almonds, sesame seeds, mustard and celery.

• Suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans
• No Additives or Preservatives
Gluten Free
• Dairy Free
• Onion Free and Garlic Free
• No Added Sugar

Once open, keep refrigerated and use within 3 days. Suitable for freezing.

Handmade with love and harmony in the UK
•  Manufacturer (or, UK Distributor / Reseller) :

    Spices of India
    Cedar Trade Park
    Cobham Road
    Ferndown Industrial Estate
    Wimborne
    Dorset, UK
    BH21 7SD
    UK
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