I Love India: Spice Tailor Giveaway {Ended}

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Here’s a lovely giveaway for readers from the Spice Tailor, something that might make the pre-Christmas madness a bit easier.

The lovely recipe book above is a new release from British chef Anjum Anand who created the Spice Tailor range. It’s packed full of tasty, easy Indian recipes.

And included too in this giveaway is a range of foods from the Spice Tailor.

Have you ever tried these curry bases?  I have used them for years, our family favourite is the Butter Chicken which I make either with chicken for the kids, or with butter beans or vegetables for the grown ups.

The Spice tailor range is expanding, check out these new products.

 

And yes, I know we would all like to cook everything from scratch… but in our family we do use convenience foods… because they are convenient!

These kits are simple, quick to cook yet nutritious. They are easy enough for the kids and teen to cook by themselves.

The naan breads and the chuynis are brand new. You can find the entire range at Woolworths stores. I often see them on special and then buy a few to keep for those days when we need a quick and very tasty meal… fast.

My top tip: my younger kids find the Butter Chicken a bit spicy, so… shhhh… don’t tell Anjum Anand… I sometimes add a tin of coconut milk to it. They adore that.

 

 

The Spice Tailor Prize Pack Giveaway

One lucky winner will receive: 

1 x ‘I Love India’ Book by Anjum Anand. RRP $39.99

10 x Spicy Chettinad Street Food Wrap Kit $70 Total – RRP $7.00

1 x Bengali Coconut Daal RRP $5.50

1 x Delhi Black Makhani Daal RRP $5.50

1 x Southern Pepper Curry RRP $5.50

1 x Proper Parsi Dhansak RRP $5.50

1 x Rustic Rogan Josh RRP $5.50

1 x Original Tikka Masala RRP $5.50

2 x Tomato, Garlic, Chilli Chutni $4 Total – RRP $2.00

2 x Tangy Lime Chutni $4 Total – RRP $2.00

Total = $150.99

 

Giveaway Rules

    • You must be an email subscriber to enter. To subscribe click here.
    • This competition runs from 25th November to Wednesday 6th December 2017.
    • The prizewinner will be emailed and must respond within 24 hours or a new winner will be chosen.  The winner’s name will be posted on the Hello Sydney Kids Facebook page.
    • Open only to Australian residents.
    • Entry is made by leaving a comment on this blog. Just answer one of these questions:

 

When do you need a quick easy meal and what’s the one you usually turn to?

What’s your family’s favourite Indian meal and why?

Good luck!

Seana xx

 

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Posted on: November 24, 2017

5 Comments

  • Reply November 25, 2017

    Sindhura

    What’s your family’s favourite Indian meal and why?

    Our favourite Indian meal is Chicken Pulav,which is adapted from my grandma’s recipe. It is a beautiful and easy to make dish with the freshly ground indian spices added to it ,which gives it a unique flavour and taste.

  • Reply November 25, 2017

    Melanie

    When do you need a quick and easy meal and what do you turn to?

    Mmmmmm, every night of my life? I used to love cooking but after having two children who turn their nose up at almost everything, I have struggled to get my mojo back.

    If I need a super quick meal, I’ll put a pan of water on the stove to boil, dice some bacon and halve a punned of cherry tomatoes. Pop thin spaghetti into the salted boiling water (takes 5 minutes to cook) and start frying the bacon in a fry pan. As the bacon browns, throw in the tomatoes. Drain the pasta, mix it with bacon mixture, serve with Parmesan cheese. Can add fresh basil leaves and lots of pepper.

    I now work from home and it’s taken me time to get used to cooking extra so I can eat nutritious lunches. I will often make pulled pork or some kind of roast and lots of roast veggies. It’s easy then to throw a mix of things in a bowl and heat it up for lunch.

    • Reply November 25, 2017

      Melanie

      *punnet

  • Reply November 28, 2017

    Ben T

    Butter chicken. I’s the one Indian dish with appeals to the whole family, creamy and nuanced enough for us but without the fire to put off the kids.

  • Reply December 6, 2017

    Belinda Daly

    We are a happy but busy bunch;
    We love naan bread to munch;
    A butter chicken curry is loved by all;
    With flavoured rice our taste buds have a ball;
    For adults Rojan Josh gives us spice;
    Weekend or weekday dinners are always nice!

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