I'm really happy at the response by you all with regards to our curries. The C Si Bon Mauritian Chicken and Beef Curries walk out the door everyday. As Australians we really embrace food from everywhere as we are a multicultural melting pot with Asia at our footstep. Mauritius and her food is a founding block in my food memories and experiences.
Now you can make these curries in the comfort of your own home with our unique blend of Mauritian Spices. We have them in 2 flavour profiles.
The Mauritian Dark Curry Spices can be used with darker meats such as beef, lamb, venison or duck. I've given you a sample curry recipe on the pack to enhance the cooking experience. Or you can swap out your normal spices and try these instead to add instant flavour to family favourites.
The Mauritian Curry Spices can be used with chicken, seafood, duck or vegetables. It's a touch spicier due to there being a little more chilli. It's a gorgeous bright yellow colour and will liven up any dinner.
NO ARTIFICIAL COLOURS, FLAVOURS OR PRESERVATIVES, GLUTEN FREE
Net Weight 80 gms
Add 2 tablespoons of curry powder to approximately 400-500 gms meat or vegetables. There are full recipes on each of the packs.
Mauritian Dark Curry Spices - Cinnamon, fenugreek, black peppercorns, cumin, coriander, star anise, mustard seeds, chilli, nutmeg
Mauritian Curry Spices - Turmeric, ginger, cumin, coriander, salt, black pepper, fenugreek, chilli, pimento, rice flour
Servings per pack : 80 gms - 2 serves
Storage Instructions : Store in your pantry until required. Enough for 2 curries per pack
Made in Australia
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