Monday, June 29, 2009

Product Review


Keith and I made a pact awhile ago to try new things. Every week we attempt to try one new thing we have previously never had, or been scared to try or whatever. And it's been awesome, we've been enjoying so many things that we've been missing out on, and Mairi of course loves anything LOL so she benefits from it as well.

A few weeks ago while grocery shopping, I spotted this jar of Tikka Masala. I was like, hmm, that looks good and healthy and nice to have for the times I don't want to cook or whatever. I grabbed it, bought and promptly threw it in the back of my cupboard.

Keith busted it out tonight, and made a FABULOUS chicken and quinoa dish (we are obsessed with quinoa, did you know it's like BREASTMILK? and you all know how i feel about that :P It's a complete protein with an essential amino acid balance close to breastmilk!) and wow. Now I want to make it, and so shortly I'll be trying out a recipe for it, but in the meantime, if you come across this, great to have in your cupboard. Next time I'm going to use it to grill out kebobs, mmmm.

There are a bunch of other simmer sauces from this line too and I can't WAIT to try more!! Which one should I try next? Madras? Probably too spicy for me, but maybe I'll try it (should have when I was preggo with Eli and he made me love all things spicy!) I'm leaning towards Korma, coconut curry sauce-I'm a big fan of coconut lately! OH but Jalfrezi is coconut too, just a bit spicier, hmm.

Seeds of Change Simmer Sauce, Tikka Masala


Product Details:

Certified organic. With tomatoes & cream. A mild curry sauce that's top-of-the-charts in the UK. USDA organic. Founded in 1989, Seeds of Change directly contributes 1% of net sales to advance the cause of sustainable organic agriculture worldwide. Some say it was the work of Pakistani chefs in England, others that it was the unintended consequence of an irate cook in Glasgow, and still others that it's a shining example of post-colonial fusion cuisine. Whatever the truth behind the invention of Tikka Masala, we say it's simply delicious - one of the world's most popular Indian curries. Served up here with an artful blend of the finest organically-grown spices, sourced and selected as only Seeds of Change can. So call it post-colonial fusion cuisine. Call it a happy accident. Whatever the case, just don't call us late for dinner. Certified organic by QAI.

Ingredients:

Tomato Puree (Organic) [Water, Tomato Paste (Organic)], Tomatoes in Juice (Organic), Water, Onions (Organic), Heavy Cream (Organic) [Milk (Organic)], Sunflower Oil (Organic), Evaporated Cane Sugar (Organic), Tapioca Starch (Organic), Cilantro (Organic), Sea Salt, Cumin (Organic), Garlic (Organic), Coriander (Organic), Lemon Juice (Organic), Ginger (Organic), Paprika (Organic), Cayenne Pepper (Organic).


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2 comments:

  1. Korma is DELISH!!!! You MUST try it! It's sooooooo good with onions, garlic, red pepper, chicken and over top of brown rice.

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  2. I love quinoa, too. It's so yummy as a cold salad, with red onion, green onion, red peppers, fresh parsley, chick peas and a red wine vinegar and olive oil sauce.

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