Hydrabadi Cooking Sauce
Hydrabadi Cooking Sauce
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Hydrabadi Cooking Sauce

Regular price £2.95

HEAT LEVEL: Medium to hot

SIZE: 270g (Serves 3-4 or if you like a saucy curry then 2-3)

Another Aagrah Foods speciality! This recipe is an Aagrah Restaurants signature dish and has been one of our guest-favourites for over 30 years. The Aagrah Hydrabadi cooking sauce is milder than a Balti with an aromatic creamy sauce yet still full of flavour, the whole family will love this. Best cooked with chicken but also delicious with meat/vegetables, a Hydrabadi is great served with Pilau Rice or Garlic Nan.

Ingredients: Fried onion (onion, sunflower oil), chopped tomato (tomato, tomato juice), rapeseed oil, garlic, ginger, salt, chillies, turmeric, chilli powder, coriander leaf, garam masala (coriander, ginger, cinnamon, cumin, black pepper, pimento, cardamom, clove, bay leaf, cassia, nutmeg), coriander, cumin, fenugreek leaves, citric acid, cardamom, natural flavouring.

Creating your delicious Hydrabadi - Great with meat, poultry, fish or vegetables

  1. Add 2 desserts spoons of oil into a pan and heat, add 400g of your chosen meat/vegetables and fry until browned.
  2. Stir in the base, add 125ml of water to the jar, replace lid, swirl around and add this to the pan.
  3. Bring to the boil with the lid on and simmer gently until thoroughly cooked. Add 100g of single cream* and heat on high for 1 minute or until the sauce reaches a desired consistency. Serve with rice, naan bread or chapatis – delicious!

* Double cream, mild yoghurt or a diary free alternative will also work well.


 Average Values Per 100g
Per Serving (67.5g)
Energy 541kJ/130kcal 365kJ/88kcal
2.2 1.5
8.6 5.8
   of which sugars 4.4 3.0
Fat 8.9 6.0
   of which saturates 0.6 0.4
Fibre 2.7 1.8
Salt 2.9 2.0

Customer Reviews

Based on 178 reviews
Christopher Blackburn
Best Curry Ever

Fabulous currys that take very little cooking with flavours better than Indian restaurants.

n southall
Indian cuisine at home!

Great product good service

Simple, quick and restaurant like curry

I have always enjoyed creating my own curries from scratch. Cupboard full of spice packets and will carry on doing so. However, if I want a speedy delicious curry on a work night, these products are my "go to" every time.

Is this the finest commercially available cooking sauce?

I’ve been using this cooking sauce for a few years now after tasting Hyderabadi Chicken in Aagrah’s Sheffield restaurant. I’ve made the dish from scratch using the recipe on one of the original takeaway bags and the sauce in a jar is certainly as good if not better. Is it the finest readily available? Probablyz!

Jon French

So easy to make a top quality curry at home, all are excellent but this is our favourite. 10/10.