Product Type: Loyd Grossman Ready Meals
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Quick and easy meal
Loyd Grossman Bhuna
Member Name: mumps
Loyd Grossman Bhuna
Date: 23/04/09, updated on 25/04/09 (209 review reads)
Advantages: Tasty home cooked curry, cheaper than a take away
Disadvantages: None for me
The first thing I should mention is that Loyd Grossman Sweet Tomato Bhuna has a new recipe and is now Lloyd Grossman Bhuna. I have to confess I have tried the original and new recipe and like both and to be honest can't really tell the difference.
This is a fairly typical jar of sauce to cook some meat in to make a quick and easy meal but in my opinion it is far superior to most of the sauces on the market. It does give a much more "home cooked" result. The jar has 425 g contents and I paid £2.08 for my jar.
The sauce contains:
Tomato, onion, water, sunflower oil, tomato paste, red pepper, sugar, coriander, garlic paste, spices, ginger paste, lemon juice, green chilli puree, ground bar and garlic. Sorry for the list but I thought it was interesting to see how much goes into this.
I like to use this with chicken but I have also tried it with lamb and I suppose you could use it with any meat. You just chop the meat up, fry it for a few minutes and then pour the sauce on and leave to cook through. About half an hour is enough for chicken but if you had a tougher meat it might be worth leaving it to let the meat tenderise.
I like to serve the chicken bhuna with basmati rice. I also love to have Bombay aloo with any curry and this is my cheat to make it.
Peel two or three potatoes and chop into five or six pieces. Put them in a pan and add about a quarter of a can of chopped tomatoes and a little water, if you have any green, yellow or red pepper you can chop up what you have and add it (about a quarter of a pepper should be enough.) Now add about two table spoons of your bhuna sauce and leave to cook. This makes a quick and easy addition to your meal. Add some chilli to taste, about a quarter of a teaspoon should be enough
If you are a fan of really hot curries this isn't the one for you but if you like a rich, medium hot curry do give it a try.
Summary: A rich tasty sauce
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