June 23, 2015 1:28 pm Leave your thoughts
Having an Indian meal at home? Got your curry ingredients ready (see this week’s delicious recipe) and your poppadoms (see our other blog!)? What about all the other trimmings?
- You’ll need the best spices for your curry. We stock everything you could wish for, in pack sizes that allow you to really give it some welly. Try our organic turmeric powder, cumin seeds, ground coriander, garam masala and all the others. Click here to see all our spices.
- Mango chutney – and garlic and lime pickles too. Perfect for dipping those poppadoms in.
- Poppadoms: just in case you missed our previous blog. We’re now stocking the very best, uncooked, poppadoms from the all-women’s organisation, Lijjat. Good enough, and sufficiently feminist, to make a male scientist fall in love with you and then cry.
- Bombay mix: probably not strictly authentic, but a good accompaniment to an evening of Indian cooking. We sell organic and non-organic Bombay mixes, in a variety of sizes (including bulk), as well as separate garlic and gathia sticks (if you’re someone who only really likes the ‘long bits’ in Bombay mix…).
- Basmati rice: we stock brown and white basmati rices, organic and non-organic, in pack sizes ranging from small up to 25kg sacks. We always price our brown rice extremely competitively, as we’re great believers in its health benefits.
- Coconut milk and cream: ideal for when you’re not using yoghurt or dairy cream. Click here to see our range of coconut milks and cream.
- Tinned tomatoes: also a staple of home-made curries. We stock some lovely organic ranges of tinned tomatoes.
There’s not much that can beat a home-made curry with all the trimmings. Unless it’s a curry that someone else has made at home, and simply invited you round to share…Tags: basmati rice, Bombay mix, brown basmati rice, coconut cream, coconut milk, cumin seed, garam masala, garlic pickles, garlic sticks, gathia sticks, ground coriander, Lijjat, lime pickles, mango chutney, Pataks, poppadoms, spices, tinned tomatoes, turmeric, white basmati rice
This post was written by Yzanne