|8 × 12 × 1.2 cm
Origin: China Dehydrated and ground onion
Such a popular addition to so many dishes, ground onion powder is commonly used as a seasoning and pairs perfectly with salt and pepper for a quick flavourful addition in cooking.
This sauce is a perfect fusion of four sauces: Ketchup, BBQ, Chilli, and Mustard plus great beer. It’s a COMPLETE Barbecue in a bottle.
Hopinator Hot BBQ Sauce is the genius love child of Sydney Brewery and Cobra Chilli. Made with fresh tomato, fresh garlic, and fresh onion, Cobra Chilli have combined the sweet smoke flavours of molasses and Worcestershire with the bold and bitter tones of fan-favorite Potts Point Porter Beer to create a sauce that lets your taste buds know who’s boss.
Sydney Brewery are all about celebrating what makes Sydney unique, it’s bold, beautiful, loud, proud and unapologetic personality. Each of their beers and ciders, like the suburbs they are named after, have their own unique flavour and character.
What attracted Cobra Chilli to partner with Sydney Brewery is not only their passion for Sydney, but for all things Australian. Their dedication to producing some of the world’s greatest beers typifies our nation’s culture.
Hopinator Hot BBQ Sauce gets its bite from the Congo Black Chocolate Habanero chilli. From the Island of Trinidad in the Caribbean, the Congo Black chilli, aka Chocolate Habanero, is the hottest and largest of the Habanero family.
This all time favourite curry paste is so easy to use and absolutely delicious. Best used for cooking chicken or vegetables
This curry paste can also be used to make a Tandoori marinade by adding 2 tbsp Butter Chicken Curry paste into a bowl with 1 cup natural yoghurt. Use 1kg of chicken maryland (bone in) and remove the skin and score the meat to the bone and marinate for 2 hours in the fridge (or overnight). Cook on the BBQ and serve with bread, chutney, yoghurt and a salad.
This 280g jar will cook with approximately 12kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 60 servings.
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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.
This Thai Green curry is used by making it into a paste and then cooking with coconut cream.
If you want to increase the heat of this curry when making the paste, add some green peppercorns (optional) and/or green chilli into the paste.
Cook traditionally with chicken, seafood and vegetables.
This 240g jar will cook with approximately 8kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 40 servings.
This South Indian mild curry traditionally used for vegetables and cooked with coconut milk. This crowd pleasing curry is quite versatile and can be cooked with any kind of meat, seafood and vegetables. This curry is excellent for families as it is flavoursome but not hot.
This 1 kg jar will cook with approximately 40kg of meat, vegetables or seafood – 200 servings.
Black sea salt, also known as kala namak, is a type of rock salt that is commonly used in South Asian cuisine. It is harvested from the volcanic regions of Pakistan and India, and has a distinctive pinkish-grey colour and a sulfurous aroma. Despite its name, black sea salt is not actually black in colour, but gains its name from the colour of the rocks from which it is extracted. It is often used as a flavuor enhancer in dishes such as chaat, chutneys, and raitas, and is also used in Ayurvedic medicine for its purported health benefits.
A popular rub that’s ideal for low’n’slow, particularly pork. Use as a seasoning or rub for chicken, this is a winner too!
Paprika brings a sweet pepper flavour and with the addition of other aromatic herbs and spices including pepper, garlic, and onion, finished with a final layer of ginger and mustard really pulls this flavour combo together for a perfect pork rub. (try a slow cooked pork shoulder for pulled pork)
Tip: A good rub has sugar and salt to amplify the flavours and allows the rub to penetrate the meat better, the sugar helps with crust formation and browning. It will also balance any bitterness.
Ingredients: Sea salt, paprika, sugar, pepper, garlic, ginger, onion, mustard seed
A popular Indian blend of spices with warm, fragrant, earthy and sweet spices. Garam masala is mostly used to flavour soup recipes, stews, curries, and more
Origin: Blended with 10% local and 90% imported ingredients.
Ingredients: cCoriander Ground, Cumin Ground, Mixed Spice, Nutmeg Ground, Cinnamon Ground, Pimento Ground, Cloves Ground, Cardamom Ground,
Ginger Ground, Fennel Ground, Pepper Black Ground
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