This Sri Lankan Curry Gourmet Cooking Sauce has deep, intense flavours of zingy tamarind and tart fenugreek. These ingredients generously compliment the sultry notes in the handcrafted Sri Lankan Curry Powder. Creamy, rich and addictive, this coconut–based curry sauce is something the whole family can enjoy! Enjoy the sauce with rice and lap up the remainders with naan bread – perfect for those cosy nights when you want a meal within 30 minutes. The Sri Lankan Curry is a versatile base that works brilliantly white fish and prawns. It will go with just about anything you have in the fridge! Serves 3 to 4 with a shelf life up to 18 months.
Coconut milk, Spinach, Red onion, White wine vinegar, Water, Sunflower oil, Sri lankan curry powder (coriander, fenugreek, cumin, fennel, cayenne, cinnamon, cardamom, curry leaves, cloves), Garlic, Ginger, Red chillies, sea salt, lemon juice concentrate, vegetable stock, tamarind paste, natural thickener: Guar gum, curry leaves, fenugreek ground, fenugreek leaves, turmeric.
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