Ferns’ Hot Curry Paste
Ferns’ hot curry paste has a fiery kick whilst still being packed with flavour. A spoonful of this hot curry paste is an easy, versatile way to begin a curry dish.
Indian company Ferns’ was founded over 70 years ago when Mrs. N Fernandes (Ferns for short!) started making pickles and curry pastes in her own kitchen, to the east of Bombay, India. Three generations later, the curry pastes are made in the same way, in the same town in India, and with the same ingredients – a traditional blend of spices, oil and water.
Ingredients: Water, chilli powder, refined sunflower oil, coriander powder, salt, curry powder, cumin powder, turmeric powder, acetic acid
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|Content||Ferns' hot curry paste has a fiery kick whilst still being packed with flavour. A spoonful of this hot curry paste is an easy, versatile way to begin a curry dish. Indian company Ferns' was founded over 70 years ago when Mrs. N Fernandes (Ferns for short!) started making pickles and curry pastes in her own kitchen, to the east of Bombay, India. Three generations later, the curry pastes are made in the same way, in the same town in India, and with the same ingredients - a traditional blend of spices, oil and water. Ingredients: Water, chilli powder, refined sunflower oil, coriander powder, salt, curry powder, cumin powder, turmeric powder, acetic acid||Punjabi poppadoms are lentil wafers, made from ground urid dal, and flavoured, in traditional Punjabi style, with cracked black peppercorns, which give a distinctive fiery and aromatic note. Crisp-textured poppadoms are a hugely popular snack, often served as a pre-meal appetiser with drinks such as refreshing lager or gin and tonic. These tasty poppadoms simply require grilling in order to cook them, making them quick and easy to prepare and also a healthier option than the deep-fried poppadoms usually served in Indian restaurants. Preheat the grill, place a few poppadoms spaced well apart on a grill tray or baking sheet and place under the hot grill. As they heat up, the wafers quickly bubble and expand, crisping up. Watch them like a hawk so as to avoid burning, using tongs to turn them over and remove them once they’re cooked. Serve with chutneys, pickles and refreshing yogurt dips. Ingredients: Urid flour (86%), black pepper, salt, asafoetida, sodium bicarbonate, vegetable oil and spices.|
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|Kesar mango pulp is a great store cupboard ingredient that lets you enjoy the fragrant, rich sweetness of mangoes all year round. Kesar mangoes are considered one of the best mango varieties in the world, and are sometimes referred to as ‘the Queen of mangoes’. Its flesh is a vibrant saffron yellow – in fact, you may recognise the word ‘kesar’ from Indian cooking as meaning ‘saffron’, and it is this colour that gives the mango its name. Use kesar mango pulp in a classic Indian mango lassi – a chilled yoghurt drink seasoned with a pinch of ground cardamom. You can also use the mango pulp to make ice cream, or simply pour into a plastic container and freeze for a super-quick mango sorbet. Ingredients: Kesar mangoes (92%), sugar (5%), water, acidity regulator: citric acid (E330).||Spiced tea, or masala chai, is a traditional, much beloved Indian beverage. Spiced tea is traditionally made by simmering whole spices together with tea leaves and milk to produce a rich spicy drink. This convenient spice tea blend, in easy to use teabag form, flavoured with ginger, pepper, cardamom, cinnamon and cloves, is a quick and simple way to produce a fragrant cup of spiced tea. Enjoy a warming cup of spiced tea at breakfast, serve as an accompaniment with tasty snacks such as samosas or poppadoms for elevenses or serve it to round off an Indian meal of curry, rice and dal in authentic style. Ingredients: Black tea, ginger, pepper, cardamon, cinnamon, cloves, bay leaves. Contains sulphur dioxide.||Chana masala is a classic Indian spice mix. Of all the world’s great cuisines, Indian cuisine is characterised by the use of spices, with different spicing used to create an extraordinary and diverse range of flavours. The word ‘masala’, in fact, means ‘spice mixture’, with different regions of India known for their specific masala or spice mixtures which characterise certain dishes. Chana masala is a convenient, ready-to-use mixture of spices, including aromatic star anise and cardamom, tangy mango powder and numerous others, designed specifically for use with chick peas or yellow pea dal, to which it adds a tasty, spicy kick. Ingredients: Pomegranate, cardamon, cinnamon, star anise, roasted cloves, coriander, dry green chillies, cumin, mango powder, black pepper, fenugreek, ginger, fennel, salt.|
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