ANILA'S Spicy Korma Curry Sauce (300g)
Handmade with fresh ingredients, Anila Vaghela's delicious sauces are all onion and garlic free. An exciting find for those following the low FODMAP diet.
This Spicy Korma curry sauce is made with creamy coconut and richly spiced. Its slightly hotter taste with the creamy coconut flavour is delicious and welcoming. Ideal for a variety of curries. The sauce can be easily adapted to make curries milder or creamier with the addition of lactose free cream or yoghurt.
Gluten free, dairy free, nut free, no added sugar.
Great Taste Awards Winner.
Heat Rating: 3 chillies
Earliest best before date: Jan 2021
Serving suggestion (serves 4)
- Pour the contents of the jar into a saucepan and heat. Add your desired vegetables, meat or fish and continue to gently cook (seal) for 2 mins until they are nicely coated.
- Fill up the same empty jar with cold water and add the desired amount depending on the ingredients used.
- Cover and cook gently on a low to medium heat for 10-15 mins for a vegetable dish and up to 30 mins for a meat dish or until the food is tender and the sauce has thickened.
- Garnish with tomato wedges and fresh coriander. Serve with rice.
- If you prefer a milder curry simply add 2-3 tablespoons of lactose free cream or yoghurt towards the end of cooking.
Try this sauce as a spread on pizza, sandwiches and to create dips.
Tomatoes*, Fennel**, Creamed Coconut***, Coconut Milk***, Rapeseed Oil, Tomato Puree****, Chilli Powder, Ginger, Green Chillies, Salt, Spices (no onion or garlic).
* Canned tomatoes are well within the Monash limit of 90g per serving.
** Monash allows 49g of fennel bulb per serving. Anila has confirmed that fennel used in this recipe is significantly below this limit.
*** Creamed coconut and coconut milk confirmed below Monash serving limit of 75g.
**** Tomato puree used is significantly less that the Monash limit of 2 tablespoons per serving.
Anila 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 eight premium concentrated curry sauces, handmade in small batches, as well as a range of 16 chutneys, pickles and dips 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."