Mango Coconut tomato Curry Per kilo of meats or veggies
4TBSP Easy Best of the South or Easy Curry
Water to make a paste
Tomato paste or tomatos chopped, tin chopped tomatos
Mango fresh, tin or liquor
Ghee or oil to fry spices off
Heat oil or Ghee. Add spice and cook for 10-15 seconds. Add a little water to make a loose paste. Add meats or vegetables and tomato and stir. Add more water to cover meats or vegetables. Add salt to taste. When meats or veggies are almost cooked add coconut milk and mango cook until meats or veggies are cooked. Check seasoning and serve.
Coconut Lentils Serve 4
1 Cup Mix of green, red and black split or whole lentils
4 Cups of Cold Water
2TBSP Easy Best of the South
1/2 Cup Coconut Milk
Salt to taste
In a large saucepan add lentils with water. Cook uncovered until lentil are soft. A good way of checking this is taking 1 lentil in your hand and squeezing it between your fingers, if cooked the lentil will easily break. Once Cooked add spice mix. Cook for a further 10 and mins and add Coconut milk. Stir Though. Salt to taste
Valentines Day Oysters
Soak some rice vermicelli in cold water till soft. Mix 1 tsp. of Best of the South spice blend with 1/2 cup coconut milk and simmer for 1 minute, take the freshest oysters carefully out of their shells Place a tiny amount of the vermicelli in the shell, top with the oyster and a spoon of the coconut sauce Slide into open mouth
this one is for my husband and for those of you who like your curries with a twist!
Use chicken , lamb or goat follow the directions on the Korma pack Add ripe pitted plums about 500g to 1 kg meat and cook till meat is tender.
Spice cured fish with crispy rice Serves 4
Pear and cumquat Chutney
Small diced pears 2 cups
Finely chopped cumquats 1/2 cup
Salt to taste
Ragini Spice Easy Vindaloo Spice mix1 tsp
Sugar 1 cup
Vinegar 1/4 cup
Cook all ingredients except sugar till soft Fold in sugar and Remove from heat as soon as it melts Cool and serve.