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Recommended Products in June

Posted On : 10 September 2014 | Category : OUT OF AFRICA Magazine, Star Buys

Food Notes in June: Delicious items in store


The Indian KitchenSpice me…

The Indian Kitchen – 400g Simmer Sauces from $4.00
A Vindaloo is one of the hottest curries around, and it’s made easy with The Indian Kitchen Range from Food Lover’s Market. The simmer sauces helps you make a quick, authentic and easy curry at home. All you need is the cooking sauce and choice of meat- the sauce already blends tomatoes onions with cumin, chillies and authentic spices – so no need for extensive ingredients! Try ‘Rogan Josh’ for something milder. Simply delicious!
Available Food Lover’s Market


Tulimara Pure HoneyEnjoy me…
Tulimara 500g Pure Honey
Heavenly honey has a hundred uses. The benefits of honey go beyond its great taste. A great natural source of carbohydrates which provide strength and energy to our bodies, honey is known for its effectiveness in boosting the immune system. Use this this month on top of some fresh waffles for an extra treat!
Available most supermarkets



Knorr Cook-in-BagTaste Me…
Knorr Cook-In-Bags 35g, Knorr Cook-In-Bags Spicy Roast Chicken
Perfect roast chicken is easy to make with Knorr Cook-in-Bag. The roasting bag locks in all the moisture and flavour and the seasoning will permeate the flesh of the chicken with a delicious spiciness that the whole family will enjoy this Winter. TIP: Add some crumbled feta, chopped sundried tomatoes and a dash of cream into the roasting bag with your chicken pieces for a creamy Italian style spicy chicken dish and serve with pasta.
Available most supermarkets


Risotto Al Funghi Porcini


Try me…
Risotto Al Funghi Porcini from $3.19
Warm up with this tasty ‘Al Funghi Risotto’, a convenient and easy meal for two. It takes just 15 minutes to prepare in the microwave – a no mess, no fuss quick meal.
Available Food Lover’s Market




Cape Herb & Spice Vanilla Pods

Use me…
Cape Herb & Spice Vanilla Pods $3.69 for 2
Vanilla: Sugar and Spice, and all things nice!
• One of the tastiest things you can keep in your kitchen is vanilla sugar. With the sweetness of sugar and the flavour of vanilla, it is good on oatmeal, on fruit and is delicious in tea. It is even better when substituted for plain sugar in baked goods, because almost every single one – with the possible exception of some savoury items – can benefit from the boost of flavour, either in the batter/dough or sprinkled on top.
•To make it, all you need are some vanilla beans and a container of sugar. The vanilla beans can be fresh, but making vanilla sugar is a great way to give new life to used beans. Once you have taken them out of your custard/sauce, pat them gently dry and place them directly in the container of sugar. Any vanilla specks that have not been scraped out can be scraped into the sugar. After a few hours, the vanilla beans will be completely dry and a quick shake of the container will break up any clumps of sugar that formed.
• The same process applies with fresh beans, which should be split before you add them to the sugar. The sugar can them be stored indefinitely, replenished with fresh sugar or additional vanilla beans as necessary to make more.
Available Food Lover’s Market