Popular Recipes

The quality, taste and versatility of the Really Indian original curry sauce allows you to cook a multitude of popular restaurant dishes in the comfort of your own home.

Simply add a few extra ingredients to the original curry sauce to recreate your favorite Indian restaurant dishes…

Chicken Tikka Masala – Add 1 – 2 tbsp of Really Indian curry sauce to diced chicken breast, add 2 tbsp of tandoori masala and some yoghurt, marinade for at least 20 minutes. Place chicken breast on to skewer and grill or barbecue until cooked. Add cooked chicken to Really Indian sauce, cook for 2 to 3 minutes on full heat.

Korma (this is a mild dish) – Add your meat or veg and 150ml of single cream or coconut milk to the original curry sauce and allow to simmer until tender.

Dansak (this is a sweet and sour dish) – Add lentils (moong dal) to the original curry sauce, with about a cup of water and allow to simmer for about 30 minutes. Then just add your choice of meat or veg , with diced pineapple or mango and simmer gently until meat or veg is tender.

Jalfrezi - Add peppers and extra onions.

Dopiaza – Add plenty of onions.

Bhuna - Just add extra freshly chopped tomatoes once curry is cooked and simmer gently for a further two minutes.

Madras – Use the hot Really Indian curry sauce and add extra green chillies to suit desired heat level.

Bhiryani – Cook meat or veg as normal using Really Indian curry sauce in a large pan. For best results Soak one mug of basmati rice in 1.5 mugs of water for a minimum of 15 minutes. Then simply add to curry and simmer for a further 10 minutes. Dry of any excess water.

Rogan Josh – Add a Kashmiri pepper (or red pepper) and 2 tbsp of red paprika.

Vindaloo (a really hot dish originating from south India) – just add extra ground red chilli to make the dish as fiery as required.

Karahis – Once meat, veg or seafood has been cooked, reduce the sauce on high heat down to create a rich dry aromatic dish and add fresh coriander if required.

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