U Cook™ Madras Curry Kit (Easy to Cook Madras)

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U Cook™ Madras Curry Kit (Easy to Cook Madras)

U Cook™ Madras Curry Kit (Easy to Cook Madras)

Madras is an authentic curry dish with a base of onion seeds. Well balanced with a delicate lemony flavour.

Medium, add your own chilli to make it hotter as desired.

**You will need lemon juice with this Madras kit. Click here to buy lemon juice.

Empty Madras Curry Pack in pan with 500ml water & stir well. Simmer for 5 mins. Add 1 kg of ingredients of your choice (e.g chicken, lamb etc) & stir in. Cover & simmer until cooked. Add 2 tbsp of lemon juice to madras & salt to taste. Adjust consistency with water if required. Gently simmer uncovered for 5mins. Ensure madras is fully cooked before serving. 

Easy to follow instructions & tips included with this madras curry kit.

Madras Ingredients; Onion, Palm Oil, Rapeseed Oil, Wheat Flour, Herbs & Spices, Salt, Water, Acidity Regulator: Sodium Diacetate & Citric Acid, Rusk (Contains Wheat Flour enriched with calcium carbonate, iron, nicotinamide & thiamin), Spirit Vinegar, Tamarind.
May contain celery, milk, mustard, peanut, nut, sulphites & other cereals containing gluten traces.

5 stars based on 3 reviews
from Dunblane

Best curry I have had in 40 years

I regularly used to make curries from imported spice mixes having been frustrated with the usual restaurant/take away/supermarket fare nowadays but just tried my first curry made from a U Cook kit. I was blown away by the simplicity of the cooking process but most of all the the quality of the curry that I was able to make from the kit - it was so good I will probably only use these kits from now on. Absolutely brilliant product, thank you !

Peter Millerchip
from Devon

A most excellent curry kit.

Flavour and texture is fantastic.

So easy to use and adapt.

Try adding chopped bell pepper (green or red) towards the end for extra content.

Add a few more chillis for more heat.

Parboil some quartered potatoes (Maris Piper?) and add towards the end of cooking until they are done - eat the potato/madras curry then with chapatti or Nan bread instead of rice.

A little bit of Palm Sugar with lemon juice also makes a wonderful extra dimension towards the end.

Jenni Graham
from Fareham, Hants

I bought a medium Madras, and cooked some chuck steak and vegetables in it. It's the best curry I've ever tasted, bar none! The only time I'll ever have a takeaway is if I don't have a sauce available and, since I've just ordered some more, I doubt that will ever be the case. Thank you.

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