Really tasty as an aromatic curry w/out the chilli
Had some fresh tuna I'd frozen from Tesco (reduced section), defrosted, used all the kit EXCEPT the chilli. Put in a bundle of spring onions (reduced section), a tin of sweetcorn, a pointy yellow pepper (reduced section), and a punnet of cherry tomatos. As others have noted, there's not much liquid, so we added half a tin of coconut milk. Ate it with egg noodles (reduced section) the first 2 portions, then (weirdly) it went really well with mashed potato from the packet that we'd put butter in for the next 2 portions! (My carer batch cooks for me, and 4 portions gets eaten over 4 days). It kept well and the flavours developed over time. We did add a bit more coconut milk for the final 2 portions as I like lots of sauce, so overall, we used a full tin of it. Yes it's expensive, but by adding fresh veg and the coconut milk (as well as using reduced section produce) it worked out an economical dish.
Best curry kit out there
Honestly the best curry kit that I've ever tried - and I've tried loads of them. It's creamy yet still has a nice kick to it and isn't at all sickly like some coconut based sauces can be. I make a paneer curry with this and it's now become my favourite dinner. It is a little more expensive than some of the others on the market, but it really is worth every penny
These curries are fantastic.... Much better than t
These curries are fantastic.... Much better than the jar ones
Beautiful coconut curry
A really nice coconut curry. Smooth, not too spicy at all, plenty of coconut flavour, you'll do well to beat this! Only downside is that it is one of the most expensive kits and it struggles to provide enough sauce to serve 3 so minus 1 star for that but otherwise it's absolutely gorgeous.