Sun Brand Madras Curry Powder

Sun Brand Madras Curry Powder

Description

Sun Brand madras curry powder is of such high quality that it was one of the first curry powders to be exported from India. Sun Brand madras curry powder is expertly blended from 16 spices to give a huge depth of flavour with medium heat.

To make the base for a classic curry, add 1-2 tablespoons of madras curry powder to a frying pan with oil, diced onions and crushed garlic. Fry and stir until the spices are intensely fragrant, then add chopped tomatoes or coconut milk to make the sauce.

You can also mix Sun Brand madras curry powder into natural yoghurt to make an aromatic marinade for chicken or lamb. Thread chunks of the marinated meat onto skewers and grill or barbecue for an effortless meal. Just a pinch will transform vegetable dishes, or even shake into soups for warmth and an exciting burst of flavour. 

Sun Brand is made by Merwanjee Poonjiajee & Sons, who have been making chutney and curry in Bombay (now called Mumbai) since 1876. These chutneys and curry powders were such high quality that they were among the first of their kind to be exported from India. Sun Brand products are still made using traditional recipes that have been handed down in the Merwanjee and Poonjiajee families for generations.

Ingredients: coriander, turmeric, chilli, garlic, cumin, fennel, bay leaf, salt, fenugreek, mustard, pepper, dry mango, ginger, cloves, cinnamon, gram (lentil powder). Contains allergens: mustard.

Delivery

Delivery Option Price
Standard UK Delivery ? £3.50 or free when you spend £35
Express Delivery ? £6.95 or free when you spend £75
Next day by 12pm ? £9.95
Saturday ? £9.95
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