Handi Sauce - Case of 6
HEAT LEVEL: Medium
SIZE: 270g (Serves 3-4 or if you like a sauce curry then 2-3)
The Aagrah Handi cooking sauce recipe is taken from the villages of Kashmir and has quickly become a favourite amongst Aagrah diners. This is the traditional dish found in many homes in Kashmir and is perfect with any kind of meat or vegetable.
Ingredients: Fried onion (onion, sunflower oil), chopped tomato (tomato, tomato juice), coconut milk (water, coconut extract) rapeseed oil, garlic, ginger, green chilli puree, salt, coriander, red chilli, turmeric, cumin, garam masala (coriander, ginger, cinnamon, cumin, black pepper, pimento, cardamom, clove, bay leaf, cassia, nutmeg), black pepper, citric acid, fenugreek leaves, cardamom, cinnamon, nigella seed, ground bay leaves, natural flavouring.
Creating your delicious Handi - 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 100ml 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 until thoroughly cooked and your Handi reaches the desired consistency. To make your Handi really special add a handful of chopped fresh coriander – delicious!
|Average Values||Per 100g||Per Serving (67.5g)|
|of which sugars||3.3||2.2|
|of which saturates||4.6||3.1|
So easy to use these products, the handi has such a depth of flavour and a luxurious texture when eating , alot of sauces loose there authenticity this sauce is so satisfying. We have tried all the sauce and the handi and hydrabadi are very special and we love them . The service and help we received was also priceless , I even asked for a recipe for rotti and they provided me with one . Top family , top products.
The most delicious of all the sauces.
Love this sauce reminds me of my visits to the old Aagrah restaurant at Thornbury year's gone bye,Keep it up guys
These curry sauces are by far the best I have tasted. Love them all but particularly the Handi and Achari.