Saffron Road Tikka Masala Simmer Sauce, 7 oz

January 25, 2016 - Comment

Authentic Indian RecipeTikka MasalaThe genius of Indian cuisine begins in the tandoori oven. And its most famous creation is Tikka Masala. The rich, creamy recipe features authentic tandoori spices that transform ordinary ingredients into an extraordinary meal. All natural and Certified Halal, Saffron Road’s Simmer Sauces are help to the highest standards for wholesomeness and

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Authentic Indian RecipeTikka MasalaThe genius of Indian cuisine begins in the tandoori oven. And its most famous creation is Tikka Masala. The rich, creamy recipe features authentic tandoori spices that transform ordinary ingredients into an extraordinary meal. All natural and Certified Halal, Saffron Road’s Simmer Sauces are help to the highest standards for wholesomeness and culinary excellence. Tired of the countless bottles of half fused sauces with questionable date codes in your fridge? We are too. Saffron Road’s Simmer Sauce single-use pouches offer the freshest quality, most authentic flavor in the sauce aisle. In addition, the pouches are easier to ship, saving fuel and reducing our carbon foot print. Enjoy Saffron Road World Cuisine in minutes.

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  • Authentic Indian RecipeTikka MasalaThe genius of Indian cuisine begins in the tandoori oven
  • Saffron Road

Comments

Teemartoonies says:

Delightfully yummy and quick! We loved this quick and easy answer to a busy day! I made this with chicken breast cubed, fresh mushrooms cut in half, 3 potatoes partially cooked and diced, sliced green onion, and one can of coconut milk. Brown the chicken slightly and add mushrooms, potatoes and continue to simmer for a few minutes. Add the Tikka Masala and coconut milk and simmer for about 5-10 minutes. Add the green onion and a handful of chopped fresh parsley. I did not find this sour at all. Definitely not as…

J. Acree says:

Quick + Easy Meak in 20 minutes. Great flavor and easy to prepare.

JT says:

bad tasting. Americanized Sour, bad tasting. Americanized.

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