|Dimensions||8 × 12 × 1.2 cm|
Himalayan pink salt is naturally pink in colour and is packed with minerals that provide wonderful health benefits. Its mined near the Himalayas in Pakistan and exported World Wide. Great one for salt grinders.
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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 250g jar will cook with approximately 10kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 50 servings.
We also have an alternate, modern version in our recipe section. It’s the one we cook at shows.
Sambal is a sauce made from chilies, spices, herbs, and aromatics. It is a popular condiment in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Singapore. Sambal has a complex flavour that is all at once earthy, spicy and hot.
Sambals can be eaten with almost anything – noodle dishes, grilled meats, fish, burgers, pizza or as a substitution for chilli sauce in your favourite chicken wings recipe. Anywhere you use chilli sauce or a spicy dip, replace it with sambal for an instant upgrade. With a basic sambal base, you can mix and match ingredients to create whatever flavours you like.
Sambal goes just as well with noodles such as Mee Goreng (fried noodles) or Nasi Goreng (fried rice). It can also be served with Roti Canai (Malaysian flat bread).
Dishes aren’t complete unless they’ve a hearty dollop of this versatile condiment.
This medium heat South Indian curry is an old-time favourite. Traditionally cooked with chicken and coconut milk this versatile curry will also lend itself to most foods.
Also this curry can be cooked using any kind of liquid i.e. coconut milk, water, tomatoes, cream, yoghurt, sour cream etc.
Best used for cooking any kind of meat, seafood, vegetables or lentils.
This 1 kg jar will cook with approximately 40kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 200 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.
This is a Tandoori spice blend that is made into a marinade with some yoghurt, oil, lemon juice, ginger and garlic paste, and pinch of salt.
Marinate some chicken and BBQ or cook under the grill. Excellent served with rice, Naan bread, raita, chutney and kachumbar (Indian salad).
Origin: Blended with 10% local and 90% imported ingredients.
Ingredients: Coriander Ground, Cumin Ground, Mixed Spice, Nutmeg Ground, Cinnamon Ground, Pimento Ground, Cloves Ground, Cardamom Ground,
Ginger Ground, Fennel Ground, Pepper Black Ground
In Latin, Rosemary means “Dew of the Sea”. From the mint family of plants Rosemary is known for its woody stems and needle-like leaves and unique evergreen and sage aroma. Dried rosemary works well in cooking dishes such as soups and pasta sauces.
Chick-a-BOOM Wing Sauce Ultra Hot (250ml)
ULTRA HOT WITH CAROLINA REAPER….Dare ya! Try a night of wing roulette with some friends. Mix the wings up with Ultra Hot and Hot sauce.
The perfect balance between heat and flavour with a spicy, tangy kick, to taste delicious without overpowering the chicken and with a texture thick enough to coat the wings evenly and not be gloopy or runny. Now, that’s what makes it sooo good.
Cobra Chilli’s Buffalo sauce, while its mostly used as a dipping or coating sauce for chicken wings, it can also be used as a marinade or sauce for other meats, vegetables, and even pizza.
Buffalo sauce has always had an association with sports and social events and is typically served with beer and sports games making it the perfect complement to other party foods, such as nachos and potato skins.
TIME magazine wrote in 2009 “The first plate of wings was served in 1964 at a family-owned establishment in Buffalo, New York called the Anchor Bar. The wings were the brainchild of Teressa Bellissimo, who covered them in her own special sauce and served them with a side of blue cheese and celery because that’s what she had available.
Proper Buffalo wings should be snapped in half so that they resemble tiny drumsticks rather than their original, harder-to-eat akimbo shape. They are then deep fried without any coating or breading, after which they are slathered in that zesty bright orange sauce that coats your fingers and somehow manages to get all over your clothes no matter how many napkins you use”.
Now these tasty wings are served all over America, every day and gaining in popularity here in Australia.
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