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Mild Curry Sauce Paste - Maysan

Mild Curry Sauce Paste - Maysan

(Ref: CPS178-p)

Price from: 1.45

Mild Curry Sauce Paste - Maysan - 180g - 1.45
Mild Curry Sauce Paste - Maysan - 448g - 2.45

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Net / Pack sizes: 180g, 448g

The Maysan family business was established in 1962 and has been making authentic Oriental pastes and powders to their own secret recipes ever since.

Their first range was taken from the restaurant's kitchen and produced in response to strong demand from loyal customers who wanted to be able to make Maysan restaurant dishes at home.

Mild Curry Sauce is a concentrated paste that is very well suited to the customer who has a softer palette. It compliments fried rice and can be used with coconut milk to produce a creamy Korma.
Directions: Simply whisk 85g Maysan Mild Curry Sauce paste in to 568ml cold water and bring to the boil, stirring constantly, then serve.
Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Non Hydrogenated Palm Oil, Curry Powder (Fenugreek, Turmeric, Coriander, Mustard, Fennel, Cumin, Chillies, Garlic, Ginger, Sulphites), Flavour Enhancer MSG, Salt, Sugar, Potato Granules (Dehydrated Potato, Emulsifier E471, Stabiliser E450, Antioxidant E304).

Store in a cool, dry place

If there are any allergens in the ingredients they are marked as bold.

•  Suitable for Vegetarians

•  Suitable for Vegans
Per 100g (/per 100ml)
Energy1903kJ / 457kcal
of which:
• Saturates12.3g
• mono-unsaturates10g
• polyunsaturates3g
of which:
• Sugars3.6g
Produce of UK / Packed in UK

•  Manufacturer (or, UK Distributor / Reseller) :

    Maysan Foods Ltd
    Meadowfield Estate
    Newcastle upon Tyne
    NE20 9SD

"Dear Spices of India, Fantastic service! I placed an order at about 4.30pm on Tuesday and it was delivered to the other end of the country just before 8am on Wednesday - and that was just the standard delivery service. And the Mother's Recipe Garlic Pickle is pretty good too by the way."

- Malcolm Brown