Create your own curry sauce with one of our Spice Pots
Spice up your mealtimes with our
easy-to-use Spice Kits
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Our spice kits and spice pots are fun to cook with and offer a cost-effective way to add a touch of spice to your mealtimes. Each kit and pot comes with clear instructions and contains the exact spices and herbs you need to create your chosen dish. No need for expensive equipment or years of cooking experience and no more out-of-date spices left at the back of the cupboard. All you need is your kit or pot, a simple range of ingredients and a healthy appetite.
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Our spice kits contain quality spices and herbs and easy-to-follow recipes. Spices don’t just mean curries and fiery heat so we’ve created a variety of main dishes using meat, fish and vegetables. Our ingredients and instructions are always listed for 2 people but each kit contains enough for 8 servings so if you’re cooking for more than 2, just alter your quantities accordingly and there’ll be plenty to go round!
Why not use one of our spice pots to create the base for a fresh Thai or Indian curry sauce? Each pot contains enough spice to make 10 servings and comes with clear instructions on how to make your paste. There’s also a suggested a curry recipe but whether you choose chicken, cauliflower or chickpeas is entirely up to you!
We also stock a range of slightly more unusual spices which you are less likely to find in your local supermarket. All our spices come in small usable quantities and are packed in heat-sealed, resealable pouches for safe and easy storage.
OUR SPICE OF THE MONTH
This gorgeous Indian chilli powder has the enviable combination of good looks and a distinct mild flavour. It adds a deep red colour to any dish but at 1-2,000 units on the Scoville scale (that’s hotter than paprika but milder than cayenne), it’s definitely not too hot!
Kashmiri chilli is often used in Indian cooking. It also makes a great addition to stews, sauces and soups to name but a few so why not try adding it to your favourite dishes or mixing it with a hotter spice if you want a vibrant colour and a strong heat?