In the oven

Remove label, leave lid loosely on containers and preheat to 180°C/350°C/Gas Mark 4.

Naans, Chapati & Paratha (leave in thermo bag) and King Prawn Puri starter3–4 minutes

Starters & side dishes15 minutes

Rice Biryani, main, veggie dishes25 minutes

Microwave

Remove label, leave lid loosely on containers and cook on full power (based on 750w).

Breads (leave in bag)30/40 seconds

Starters1 minute

Vegetables, sides, Tandoori & Tikka dishes2 minutes

Rice sundries & King Prawn main dishes3 minutes

Main & Biryani dishes4 minutes

On the Hob

Pour contents into a pan and bring to the boil.

Sadly, not suitable for dry dishes or sundries.

Our Containers

Our containers are suitable for the oven, microwave and home freezing. Keep refrigerated and consume with in 2 days of purchase.

Grab & Go

Remove label and pierce film lid following normal heating instructions. If frozen defrost thoroughly and follow heating instructions.

Suitable for Freezing

A dash of the detail

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Aniseed

Savour the aroma and sweet flavour. This medicinal plant is loved for an uncanny ability to ease the symptoms of colds, coughs, sleeplessness and stomach cramps.

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Basil

Valued as a sacred herb in India, over 40 varieties have been recognised but the most commonly used is bush basil. Paired with tomato makes a heavenly match.

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Bay Leaf

A key element of hearty, home-style cooking, whole leaves can be alternated with meat, seafood or vegetables before cooking to enhance flavour.

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Cardamoms

Dried aromatic pods contain small seeds possessing a distinct, refreshing aroma. Regarded as a cardio tonic and expectorant, the seeds can also be chewed to freshen breath. 

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Cinnamon

The dried bark of the cinnamon tree produces a moderate aroma and sweet taste. It is considered both a natural tonic and an antiseptic, and is also known to help lower high blood pressure.

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Cloves

A powerful antiseptic, cloves have been revered by Indians for their ability to ease toothache and freshen breath long before manufactured clove oil became a popular remedy in the western world.

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Cumin

A member of the parsley family, this annual seed is used whole in Indian cooking to enhance flavour. 

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Fennel

Delightful aromatic seed, thought of as a digestive and mouth freshener. Sometimes chewed as an after dinner ‘mint’, either sugar coated or just plain.

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Fenugreek

Seeds possess a pleasantly bitter taste and are widely used in pickle masalas and its green leaves are rich in iron, calcium and sulphur. 

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Garam Masala

The word garam refers to ‘heating the body’ in the Ayurvedic sense of the word; believed to elevate body temperature. Blended, powdered and used for ‘piping up’ recipes.

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Garlic

Valued for both its flavour and its adaptability, garlic is also regarded as a powerful immune booster, an antibiotic and aids digestion. Handy!

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Ginger

Revered root known for its ability to ward off the symptoms of cold and flu, fight pain, ease aching joints and boost circulation. It’s also renowned for its aphrodisiac properties. Saucey.

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Mace

The inner coating of nutmeg, Mace is scarlet in colour with a flavour that resembles that of nutmeg. The flakes are crushed and sometimes added to masala powder.

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Nutmeg

These dried seeds are mainly found in Kerala, tropical southern India. Boasting an incredibly strong flavour, it’s added with caution to curry powders. 

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Saffron

This expensive and exotic spice is a well-known stimulant that is considered to be both rejuvenating and, cheekily, an aphrodisiac!

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Tamarind

Tamarind is a splendid palate enhancer, usefully is excellent for easing digestion.

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Tandoor

One of the world’s most flavourful and healthy cuisines, Tandoori cooking combines grilling, baking and smoking simultaneously, creating a wonderfully unique flavour. 

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Tumeric

The plant’s root is boiled, dried and powdered to add colour and flavour to curry dishes. This spice is known for purifying, reducing fat, boosting circulation and is an effective antiseptic. 

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Yoghurt

Known to help lower cholesterol, prevent common digestive tract ailments, reduce hypertension and enhance the immune system. And it’s delicious!

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