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In India, tea is called “Chai” and is even better if it is made from black tea and “masala”, which is a blend of spices.

Poulet Korma

& Riz Basmati

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The curry from the land of Gandhi is called Korma and travels only in the company of the best spices. It is distinctive for its slightly hot character on the one hand and sweet on the other. Its coconut-flavoured taste and creamy sauce added to the chicken fillet will take you on a journey along India’s mysterious spice road.

Ingredients

A recipe for spice-lovers, originating from northern India: tender pieces of chicken and a creamy sauce based on coconut flavoured with typically Indian spices. A feast of authenticity, accompanied by Basmati rice.

Cooking tips *

Microwave oven

For 400 g, pierce a few holes in the film and heat in a microwave for 5 minutes at 600 W

1 x 400 g portion contains:

ENERGY
2616 Kj
624 Kcal
31%
RNJ
Flat
30g
42%
RNJ
Saturated fatty acids
12g
58%
RNJ
Sugars
5,2g
6%
RNJ
SALT
2,4g
40%
RNJ

For 100g : 654 Kj / 156 Kcal

Details provided for information purposes. Please see the packaging for the latest values. Also available in 300 g, see details on the pack. This item may not be for sale in your country.

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Fresh ready meals with the refined flavours of Asia