The easiest way to make curry at home
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Great addition to morning porridge - got our first pot in a Christmas pack and it’s been used practically every day at breakfast since. Running low so had to replace as it’s a firm hit!
I bought a spice pot from a farm shop and loved the idea of it as I have a cupboard full of different spices and herbs. Looked online and got a set with the cook book and Ive tried about 5 or 6 different recipes and all of them have been a hit. We love them and I’ve ordered more. Great idea
Great service and so easy to make your own fake away. Will be adding some more spices to my collection for sure
I’ve been looking around for good spice mixes and I decided to give Spice Pots a try and I’m glad I did.
The Spice Box and little tins are ideal for storing the spices and keeping them fresh and together and the recipes are easy to follow and suit me very well.
I’ve tried two of the spice jars so far and they were delightful. I shall be making more orders.
Yet again great delivery. I love the fact that I can get the packets and keep the tins to pit them in. They make every curry special i have the recipe book an they are easy to follow. I also did the fruit cake for Christmas and it was fantastic didn't last very long though. thank you 😊 xx
Really glad refills are available and I got the recipe book as well. Yes, I already have the wee vegan one, but I'm always happy to adapt meat recipes so there are lots of ideas for me to use. Great value - they may seem expensive initially but they're nit really, because they are saving you from buying a shed load of different spices that will lose their freshness over time (I need a spice cupboard clear out!)
I was given a spice pots kit as a gift when moving from the UK to Falkland Island. What a hit! In a country without an Indian restaurant, its been amazing to try the different recipes. Easter was a spice pots feast and my house is definately a popular spot for dinner.
Having been enjoying weekly meals from the book and using all the spice pots I have decided to let one of our best friends enjoy the superb ideas and tasty spices too! We have already introduced her to Roast Aubergine Curry which we delivered to her, she knows the tastes and results she will be able to produce. She has taken in a Ukranian family recently so this will be a very useful addition to her kitchen.
It was a present for my granddaughter ,she like the one I cooked for her so I decided to buy her one
For those wishing to experiment with Indian cooking at home, this is as good a place to start as any. The starter spice kit gives 4 blends for specific meals, but the recipe book offers many choices of starters, sides, deserts, meat and vegetarian dishes that should keep everyone happy.
What attracted me most was the recipe book and a Bhuna spice blend in the kit. Normally, I source individual spices to blend myself, so Spice Pots is a departure for me.
absolutely fantastic, will definitely be ordering again, best taste in curries i've had with these spice pots, the recipes in the book are easy to follow and taste fantastic, will stick to making homemade ones from now on
I had seen an ad for these on Facebook last year, but was unsure whether to buy the vegan kit or not: I decided to wait but keep them in mind, as I had read some reviews that said they are tiny. As luck would have it, my lovely colleague/friend bought it for me for xmas (totally out of the blue, she just thought I'd like it). So yes - the tins are quite small, but then it's pretty obvious if you actually take note of what you are buying, i.e. 40g tins. They're never going to be big, are they! So - TARDIS - they look small, but what MASSIVE flavours they contain! The spices are so fresh and although I do make curries from scratch, this is SO much easier. You get a truly genuine flavour. I haven't followed the recipes from the booklet yet, but I am going to do so. My first use was in a vegan/gf version of saag paneer, but using tofu instead of paneer. It was so delicious: I used the tandoori masala blend. I've also used the Goan mix, which was also good. I'm looking forward to using the Goan blend next, and am already looking at ordering some refills and maybe the recipe book too. What a great gift! Also happy to discover it's a Scottish business as I like to buy from Scottish small businesses where I can :) If you're in doubt, just give them a try. It's worth it, in my opinion.