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Beef Vindaloo Curry Masala Hot (240g)

$22

42 in stock

This South Indian hot beef curry is traditionally cooked with water and a hint of vinegar.

This curry blend is excellent used for beef, chicken, lamb and seafood.

This 250g jar will cook with approximately 10kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 50 servings.

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Description

Nutrition Information

Servings per package:

50

Serving size:

5
g

Average Qty
per Serving

Average Qty per 100g

Energy

75 kJ
1490 kJ

Protein

0.6 g
12.8 g

Fat, total

0.8 g
15.9 g

-saturated

0.1 g
1.6 g

Carbohydrate

1.5 g
29.6 g

-sugars

0.5 g
10 g

Sodium

17 mg
340 mg

Ingredients

Chilli Powder, Turmeric, Coriander Seed, Black Pepper, Black Mustard Seed, Cumin Seed, Cinnamon, Green Cardamom Seed, Cloves

Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 4 tbsp butter/ghee (60 g)
  • 2 medium onions, finely chopped
  • 1 tbsp garlic paste
  • ½ tbsp ginger paste
  • 200 g tomatoes, finely chopped
  • 2 tbsp Beef Vindaloo Curry Masala
  • 1 kg Beef, diced
  • 2 cups boiling water
  • 250 g new potatoes, chopped
  • Salt to taste

Method:

Melt the butter/ghee and add the onion, garlic and ginger. Sauté until the onion is soft. Add the tomatoes and fry until soft and thick, stirring well. Lower heat, add the Beef Vindaloo Curry Masala, mix well, frying until aromatic. Turn up the heat, add the beef and seal well. Add the water, bring to the boil, then cook, simmering until the meat is tender. Add the potatoes, salt to taste and cook until the liquid has reduced.

Additional information

Weight0.6 kg
Dimensions10.5 × 9 × 14 cm
Heat

Size

250g, 8.8oz

Barcode

"0799632177753"

Australian % Ingredients

12

2 reviews for Beef Vindaloo Curry Masala Hot (240g)

  1. Ian (verified owner)

    I love these products. Cooked a vindaloo (recipe on the back of the jar) using paneer and spinach for my vegetarian wife – delicious!

  2. Gordon (verified owner)

    Best product and service.

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