Ready-to-cook Indian curry sauce range from British TV chef to launch in Australia
A new range of ready-to-cook Indian-inspired sauces called The Spice Tailor will soon be available in Australia. The sauces are the brainchild of British television chef Anjum Anand.
The Spice Tailor range, which will be available from Coles supermarkets, will include ‘Keralan Coconut Curry’, ‘Original Tikka Masala’, ‘Rustic Rogan Josh’, ‘Delicate Korma Curry’, ‘Spiced Spinach Curry’, ‘Mangalore Herb Curry’, ‘Punjabi Tomato Curry’ and ‘Southern Pepper Curry’.
Over the past two decades, Anjum Anand has published several Indian recipe books, and produced a highly acclaimed television series, ‘Indian Food Made Easy’, which aired in the UK.
“I grew up eating and cooking Indian food,” said Ms Anand. “I love it and I wanted to make it easier for more people to enjoy delicious and health home-cooked Indian cuisine,” she said.
“Australia has such a vibrant food culture but Indian has often been overlooked, especially on supermarket shelves. We’re thrilled to be introducing the range and I hope that Australians will fall in love with The Spice Tailor and opt for a Punjabi Tomato Curry over a Pad Thai,” Ms Anand said.
The Spice Tailor range will be available exclusively at Coles supermarkets for $4.99 RRP from Monday 8 July.
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