Balti Sauce - Case of 6
Balti originates from the northwest frontier of Pakistan and is one of the most popular Indian dishes in the UK. The Aagrah Balti cooking sauce's secret recipe combines a unique blend of spices with a tomato base creating an intense, rich flavour. This is sure to delight any curry lover!
Ingredients: Chopped tomato, (tomato, tomato juice), coconut milk (water, coconut extract), garlic, rapeseed oil, ginger, chillies, coriander leaf, salt, coriander, garam masala (coriander, ginger, cinnamon, cumin, black pepper, pimento, cardamom, clove, bay leaf, cassia, nutmeg), turmeric, chilli powder, liquorice, citric acid, natural flavouring, fenugreek leaves.
Creating your delicious Balti - Great with meat, poultry, fish or vegetables
- Add 2 desserts spoons of oil into a pan and heat, add 400g of your chosen meat/vegetables and fry until browned.
- Stir in the base, add 70ml of water to the jar, replace lid, swirl around and add this to the pan.
- Bring to the boil with the lid on and simmer gently for approx. 10 mins or until thoroughly cooked. To make your Balti really special add a handful of chopped fresh coriander – delicious!
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I use a jar of Tikka Masala and Balti together with 800g of chicken thighs plus yoghurt to taste. Delicious!
Bought this sauce 3 times (Balti) it’s amazing would highly recommend
Love these sauces ..Very authentic and so easy. I've never used jarred sauces before, always preferring to make my own. However I never got that authentic Indian restaurant taste. You can recreate it with these sauces. I have tried the Hydrabadi, I'd say this is close to Madras hot, the Balti which still has a kick to it and the Masala, which I added double cream to. Enjoyed all of them! I cooked my chicken, which I marinated in a yoghurt and Tikka curry spice mix and cooked separately. Then I added the chicken to a saucepan and sprinkled over some flour (doesn't tell you to do this, but it thickens the sauce more, as I add extra water than it says to do to get more sauce out of it). Then I add the jar and fill empty jar with water, give it a swirl around and add to the pan with some chopped coriander and in a few minutes you have your curry made. Love how easy it is! I'd say one jar makes enough for two large portions...in our house anyway 😁
Very pleased with this product, have recommended your sauces to family and friends, who have all made purchasers from you, regards Graham