|Dimensions||8 × 12 × 1.2 cm|
Origin: Blended from Australian and Imported ingredients (not blended by Flavour and Spice)
Ingredients: Coriander, Rice Flour, Turmeric, Chilli, Salt, Cumin, Black Pepper, Fenugreek, Ginger, Cinnamon, Vegetable Oil
Everyday curry blend that’s rated Medium to Hot.
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Origin: Blended from imported ingredients
Ingredients: salt, dehydrated vegetable, spices, pepper, herbs, flavour enhancer E365, canola (NOT blended by Flavour and Spice)
Moroccan spice blend is a versatile spice mixture used in Moroccan cuisine. It typically includes a combination of cinnamon, cumin, coriander, ginger, paprika, turmeric, and other spices. It can be used to add flavour to meats, vegetables, stews, soups, rice, and couscous dishes. It can also be used as a rub for meat or fish, or as a seasoning for roasted vegetables. Additionally, it can be used to add flavour to dressings, marinades, and dips.
Rendang is a dish originated from Minangkabau (a West Sumatra Island in Indonesia) produced from mostly beef, but can also be made with chicken, duck or buffalo. The primary recipe, is milk squeezed from coconut then cooked and stewed with the meat for up to 2 hrs to allow the meat and coconut to reduce and dry up to encrust the tender beef pieces, producing an intensely flavored dry curry which can last up to 4 months, whilst the more wetter one 2 months.
Other than the intense delicious flavours, Rendang itself is also a philosophy.These are derived from the 4 main cooking components of the curry which symbolize the four philosophies contained in the Minang Kabau society.
1. The first philosophy is derived from Dagiang (meat). The meat used in the manufacture of rendang, is traditionally beef. This symbolises the traditional tribal leaders in West Sumatra, the “Ninik Mamak”.
2. The second philosophy is derived from Karambia (coconut). Coconut is a symbol of the intellect, and the intellectuals.
3. The third philosophy is derived from Lado (chili), this symbolises the scholars, and the spicy and assertive way in which the teaching of religion takes place.
4. The last philosophy is cooking (spices) that symbolizes the whole of society Minang.
So, when you’re cooking a rendang variety, it is more the symbolism of an ancient culture and society from which it was born.
At the present time, the Rendang cuisine has been progressively expanding to include variations such as jackfruit (rendang Cubadak), rendang egg, potato rendang and rendang lung! So try adding a bit of this traditional Sumatran flavor into your curry reportoire.
Accompany with any of our sambals.
This 250g jar will cook with approximately 10kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 50 servings.
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.
Bubblegum BBQ Sauce has a smoky, sweet flavour which combines beautifully with the great taste of the Bubblegum 7 Pot chilli. It is a perfect fusion of four sauces: Ketchup, BBQ, Chilli and Mustard.
The Bubblegum chilli comes in at 850,000 SHUs and was created by Jon Harper. As the “Father” of this variety, and based in the UK, he has been growing this and a lot of other Hybrids for a number of years. Jon called it Bubblegum because he thought it had a taste of Bubblicious Bubblegum, while others say the name is because the chilli has a mixed colour stem and crown that looks like bubblegum.
With fresh tomato, garlic and onion, this sauce combines the sweet smoke flavours of molasses and Worcestershire to create a velvety smooth sauce that goes perfectly on anything off the BBQ.
The quintessential Indian spice box — continues to occupy pride of place in any Indian kitchen, standing by to provide all the spices at hand to make the next enticing dish.
The standard masala dabba, found in most Indian kitchens, is mostly an unassuming, flat, steel canister with a lid. Inside, seven small circular containers, set in a floral arrangement, hold different spices and once that lid comes off, the masala dabba reveals a heady outburst of colours and aromas. Masala – means “spices” Dabba – means “container”
Note: Does NOT include spices. Click here for suggestions and the link for the best spices to fill your dabba.
Makes a great gift!
While fresh ginger root is pungent, spicy and sweet, ground and dried ginger retains some of that spice and sweetness but has a much more subltle flavour. Used in many dishes including Indian and Thai but also as baked dish like a wonderful fragrant ginger bread house.
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