The Original Cook-In Curry Sauce

It’s hard to beat the delicious taste of a fresh, homemade curry. Here at Really Indian we believe that although you might not have the time to make your own curry from scratch, using ... read more


August 2012 – Really Indian celebrates as Great Taste 2012 is announced! The Original Curry Sauce will be proudly displaying a coveted Great Taste 2012 logo after being judged by a panel of 350 ... read more


We attend a several food and drink festivals, markets and fairs throughout the year. These provide a great opportunity for you to taste our sauces and buy direct from us. At many events we ... read more

Speciality Curry Sauces

Founded in 2011 by mum of three Gursharon, Really Indian Fresh Curry Sauces were created around the idea that a fresh curry can be simple and quick to prepare at home.

Gursharon was keen to serve up the fresh, tasty curries she ate as a child to her family. However, there’s no doubt that preparing all the ingredients for making a curry from scratch can be both difficult and time consuming, especially when coping with life as a busy mum. Gursharon was reluctant to use the pasteurised jars of curry sauces available in the supermarkets so decided to develop her own easy to use, great tasting and authentic curry sauces suitable for home cooking containing the original ingredients which her family has enjoyed for generations.

The curry sauces are made from a special blends of different spices combined with fresh chillies, garlic, onions, root ginger and tomatoes. The high quality ingredients are carefully cooked and blended to create  sauces with maximum aroma and flavour so you can enjoy a taste that is Really Indian at home.


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Add a little spice to your life!

Here at Really Indian we like it hot and there’s nothing we enjoy more than a delicious spicy curry! Our curry sauces are made using fresh ingredients, including fresh chillies. There’s a wide range of different chillies available and chillies can be varied according to variety to achieve the heat that you want.

Of course we understand that not everyone enjoys a very hot curry and our mild and medium curry sauces are perfect for those times when you want to eat something milder. Now you may not know this, but chillies are graded using the Scoville scale according to their heat. Chillies can vary hugely in terms of how hot they are, ranging from the mildest chillies, such as pimentos and bell peppers, through to scorching hot varieties such as the Naga Viper and the Carolina Reaper (the names say it all!). Very hot chillies should always be used with caution but milder chillies are brilliant for adding depth and flavour to a wide range of chillies.

Whatever your preference, there’ll be a Really Indian fresh curry sauce perfectly suited to your taste buds! If you’ve not tried our sauces yet we recommend them for their fresh ingredients and delicious flavour. Not only do they taste great, Really Indian sauces are healthy and versatile too! So what are you waiting for? Why not spice up your life with one of our curry sauces?

Lots of leftovers? Why not turn them into a curry?

What better way to spice up leftovers by turning them into a delicious curry!

We don’t know about you but we seem to have done a lot of entertaining over the Easter weekend and with lots of leftovers to deal with, it can be little daunting thinking of tasty ways to use up all that food!

Leftovers from a roasted joint meat or a chicken can be quickly and easily turned into a delicious curry.  Simply soften an onion in oil and then add shredded cooked meat, followed by your chosen Really Indian Curry sauce.  To make the curry go further, why not add a tin of chopped tomatoes or some veg?  Simmer the curry until it’s rich, thick and delicious before serving with rice and flatbreads.

It’s not just roast meat that makes a great curry – any leftover vegetables can also be added to a curry sauce, either on their own or with meat or fish.  Don’t forget that pulses such as lentils or chickpeas are useful for adding bulk to a curry and work well either on their own or with a combination of other ingredients.

As we mentioned in our last blog post – we love to hear your recipe ideas so keep them coming!

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