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"Cooking sauces you'll love cooking with time and time again,

 its a chilli fiesta in your curry..."

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Traditional Indian cooking sauces made without compromise.

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Recipe #5:

Chilli Chunk

Use Naga Sweet & sour cooking sauce

 

1. Have 900grams of Soya protien or Saute 900 grams of chicken and place to one side, take a handful of mushrooms and chopped peppers and also saute and place to one side.

2. Pour entire cooking sauce sweet & sour into a non-stick pan or wok. (optional - add 150ml to 200ml of red or white wine into the pot and rinse out rest of the sauce into the pan or wok and simmer on the gas stove on a low flame for about 5 minutes and stir. (do not add water)

3. After 5 minutes mix in ingredients into the simmering cooking sauce and cook for 25/30 minutes on low/medium simmering flame and regularly stir to avoid contents sticking to the pan.

4. Check regulary until ingredients is tender you feel the curry is cooked, when satisfied pour contents into bowl and decorated with spring onions and eat with rice or bread.

Recipe #5: Chicken sweet & sour

chicken sweet & sour

Recipe #6:

Chilli Paneer Curry

Use Sweet & sour cooking sauce

 

1. Cut in cubes 900/1000 grams of paneer and Saute/shallow fry paneer lightly brown and place to one side, take a handful of mushrooms and the same chopped peppers and also saute and place to one side.

2. Pour entire cooking sauce sweet & sour into a non-stick pan or wok. (optional - add 150ml to 200ml of red or white wine into the pot and rinse out rest of the sauce into the pan or wok and simmer on the gas stove on a low flame for about 5 minutes and stir. (do not add water)

3. After 5 minutes mix in ingredients into the cooking sauce and cook for 25/30 minutes on low/medium simmering flame and regularly stir to avoid contents sticking to the pan.

4. Check regulary until ingredients is tender you feel the curry is cooked, when satisfied pour contents into bowl and decorated with spring onions and eat with rice or bread.

chilli paneer

Recipe #6: Chilli Paneer curry

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