Madras

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£2.50
Suitable for vegetarians. Gluten free.

5 mins
preparation

40 mins
cooking

8 servings
per pack

Hot

Description

In our 'Madras Curry Kit' we have created a blend of spice which produces a smooth curry with a rich, yet fiery taste. This curry is hotter than a 'Masala' and milder than a 'Vindaloo'. The dish is then finished with a dolup of fresh cream.

Madras Curry Kit

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  • Madras Curry Kit

Each box contains enough Madras Curry Spice and Garnish Spice to make this curry 4 times over.

To make a curry for 2 people the following additional ingredients are required:

  1. Your choice of meat,  for example 450 grams of lamb or beef
  2. Two medium onions
  3. 1/2 tin of tomatoes or 2 fresh tomatoes
  4. Two table spoons of single cream

*optional*

  1. Fresh Coriander
  2. Garlic
  3. Ginger

Step 1
Blend or finely chop 2 onions, then fry in 3-4 table spoons of olive oil for approximately 7 minutes until the onions go soft. If they start to stick add a little water.



Step 2
Add 1 table spoon of the ‘Madras Spice’ to the onions.

 

Step 3
Fry for a further 2 minutes. *optional -you can add 2 cloves of chopped garlic and a little ginger at this point.



Step 4
Now add 1 chicken breast cubed to the pan, and seal on full heat until the chicken changes colour for approximately 5 minutes. If it starts to stick add a little water. Basically you want to fry the chicken, and listen to the sizzle!



Step 5
Now add either ½ tin of chopped tomatoes or 2 fresh tomatoes and 1/2 a cup of water. Bring to boil.



Step 6
Add 1 tea spoon of 'Garnish spice' and 2 table spoons of single cream, turn down heat and simmer for 20 minutes.

Step 7
Finally add salt to taste sprinkle with fresh coriander and serve hot! You have just cooked the 'Best Curry You Can'.

 

Recipe Variations

To make a Lamb Madras, either pre-boil and add the lamb at Step 4 or use fresh lamb and double the volume of water at Step 6.  Simmer for 40 minutes or until the lamb is cooked.

To make a Vegetable Madras, add your choice of vegetables at Step 4. And the rest of the recipe remains unchanged.