I am delighted….
I have just received the spice tray gift, which I bought for my son in law. It is so well presented, I am delighted.
Sharon K. Hampshire.
The Pure Punjabi Spice Kit Tray is the perfect gift for new home, birthdays, students going back to university, and all gifting occasions, as well as lovely store cupboard treat for yourself.
Our spice tray has a selection of 12 delicious meal kit sachets to enable you to quickly and easily whip up a delicious meal from scratch. Suitable for the novice cook as well as the experienced cook who is short of time, yet still wants a wholesome nutritious meal with no additives.
Each sachets contains all the hand-blended freshly ground spices to make a delicious traditional dish to serve 4 people, and comes with a shopping list for the fresh ingredients needed. Nothing perishable, no waste!
Full e-method instructions to download after purchase. Simply print them off if you are buying for a gift, or forward to your recipient.
All chicken and meat spice kit sachet instructions come with vegan and vegetarian substitute fresh ingredients.
If you are buying The Pure Punjabi Spice Kit Tray as a going-away gift for a uni student and would like to also make them up a vegetable or meat box to accompany the spice selection tray, please scroll down for an overview of fresh items needed. Exact quantities and e-method instructions are included with your purchase.
Punjabi Chicken Mix is our BEST SELLING meal kit sachet. A traditional village recipe and go-to dish for either a mid-week or weekend meal for all the family. This cooked dish is a 2019 Great taste Award winner.
A sweeter dish very popular with children or those who like a more tangy flavour to their food.
This fruity and creamy dish is such a crowd pleaser and traditionally eaten with rice or naan bread.
A North Indian classic.
Adraki chicken (meaning ginger chicken) is a deliciously warming, yet creamy, dish. The perfect comfort dish.
The Nimbu Chicken (meaning Lemon Chicken) is a rub, which makes the most delicious chicken, that is tender, and citrus in taste without being sharp!
Traditionally served with Basmati Jeera rice, this dish of spiced lamb mince and peas is sure to become a family favourite, especially as it is also the filling for a meat samosa.
Perfect for grilling, these spiced kebabs are succulent, tender and full of flavour. Prepare them in advance for a weekend barbeque or get-together with family and friends.
A delicious dish of dark leafy greens, traditionally made with mustard leaves, spinach and fenugreek leaves. This is the hearty dish of working farmers and we give you the original recipe, as it was when our parents first arrived in England.
Our Pure Punjabi Chilli Paneer is a firm favourite for everyone – the cubes of paneer cheese combined with the sweetness of peppers and the heat of chilli make this a must-eat dish.
Filled with a carefully selected combination of hand-ground spices, these lightly-spiced, stuffed aubergines are perfect as a starter or main.
A simple classic. Hearty, filling, and a wonderful way to use cauliflower and potatoes.
THE best way to eat eggs. This dish is our traditional Sunday brunch.
Our Pure Punjabi Coconut & Sesame Chutney Mix is a cooling chutney with a hint of freshly ground green cardamom. The perfect dip for any buffet table. Simply add yogurt.
We grind all our spices from whole and so there are no anti-caking agents or fillers in our mixes. There are no gluten or dairy based ingredients in our spice mixes.
Please note that whilst there is no gluten in this product, we are not a gluten-free environment.
All the chicken meal kit sachets need the following fresh ingredients to be added:
500g of fresh chicken .
Onions, garlic, ginger and chilli
After purchase, each individual method instruction, gives the exact quantities of which fresh ingredients are needed per dish.
Meat sachets need:
500g of minced beef or lamb
onions, garlic, ginger, chillis
All vegetable dishes need differing vegetables as follows:
Onion, garlic, ginger, chillis
Mixed dark leafy greens
One of our young team members, in his last year at Oxford University, having finished holiday work in the production room. He’s going back with a gift of the Spice Kit Tray to get him through his finals 🙂 He’s a vegetarian, so he’s going to be substituting the chicken dishes for plant-based alternatives.