Any Indian MNers?

(7 Posts)
nappyaddict Fri 04-Jul-14 11:12:13

have you tried the kohinoor curry sauces? I have just found them in our local indian supermarket. they come in a foil pouch and it says they are made in New Delhi, India. I just wondered whether they are worth buying and if they taste authentic?

scottishmummy Fri 04-Jul-14 22:54:19

Well id like to know too

nappyaddict Sat 05-Jul-14 09:46:53

smile

lighteningmcmama Sun 06-Jul-14 00:09:23

I'm Pakistani and I think I know the pouches you are talking about, and I steer clear. To get a decent proper curry flavour takes time, eg even onions should be fried for about 15-20 minutes to get the sweetness from them. If you want an easier way to make a curry our you dint want to buy a whole lot of specialist spices, the best way is the ready made spice mixes, made by either Shan or Lazeez. They are quite chilli though, if I use them I prefer to use half the pack (giving it a good shake first to evenly distribute the spices in the mix)

Hth, someone else might come along and say they had it and it was great though!

nappyaddict Mon 07-Jul-14 14:09:17

what about their curry pastes?

nappyaddict Mon 07-Jul-14 14:13:22

or these [[ http://www.curryfrenzy.com/ecomm/curryfrenzy/asp/curry-sauces.asp sauces]]

lighteningmcmama Mon 07-Jul-14 14:38:33

Personally I avoid curry pastes, I tried one I think it was pataks and I didn't like it. But then a friend of a friend starting making curry paste at home and selling it, that was great. But she e was just selling locally and I've moved now. Sorry I can't be more help! The spice mixes are well worth trying though.

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