|Dimensions||8 × 12 × 1.2 cm|
This traditional mango chutney, originating from Buderim, in Queensland, has been a favourite among our customers since we first started business in 1993.
It features crystallised ginger and raisins and is a favourite for those who just love an ‘Aussie” chutney.
Do NOT Refrigerate EVER. Serve with a clean dry spoon and store in the pantry after opening.
This chutney will remain in perfect condition as long as you ensure there is no contamination from food or water particles.
Never return any unfinished portions to the jar or use a serving utensil used for anything else.
This Sri Lankan Beef Curry is traditionally quite hot but we decided to take out all the chilli and make it quite mild – a family favourite.
This allows you to add your own chilli powder or fresh chilli and increase the heat to what you require to suit the needs.
This curry can be cooked with any meat, seafood or vegetables.
If you would like to change this curry back to its original, traditional heat, when cooking, instead of adding 2 tbsp of the Sri Lanka Beef Curry Masala to 1kg of meat, substitute this with 1 tbsp of chilli powder and 1 tbsp of Sri Lanka Beef Curry Masala.
This 1 kg jar will cook with approximately 40kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 200 servings.
We also have an alternate, modern version in our recipe section. It’s the one we cook at shows.
This South Indian Fish curry originating from Goa makes a beautiful hot seafood curry and can be used for any kind of seafood, vegetables, lentils or meat if you choose.
WARNING: This is a pure spice mix, with a spicy HOT heat, so if you heap your tablespoon when cooking, the curry will be hot.
This 250g jar will cook with approximately 10kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 50 servings.
How to use a Glaze:
When cooking meat, either on the BBQ, in an oven or a smoker, generously pour glaze over uncooked meat in a dish and with clean hands, turn the meat over to ensure that it is liberally coated on all sides.
For the oven and smoker, cover the meat and cook following the usual cooking instructions. Uncover for the last quarter of the cooking time to allow the sauce to reduce and the sweet stickiness to develop. Re-coat now to personal preference, if required.
On the Barbecue, just cook on the plate or over the grill. The glaze will darken and look burned but that’s okay – and awesome. If making kebabs, thread the meat (and vegetables) through the skewer and brush the glaze over with a pastry brush, then pop them straight on the barbie!
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