Mr Huda’s Chef’s Secrets range has been developed to make experimenting with Indian cuisine at home easy and exciting!
On November 1st 2006, after an intensive development period, Mr Huda’s Chef’s Secrets launched its eagerly awaited range of award-winning and highly acclaimed authentic restaurant-style curry pastes.
Each curry paste is made up of a blend of 20 or more different fresh herbs and authentic spices, uncooked and naturally preserved in rapeseed oil. The range consists of Onion Bajee & Pakora Paste, Instant Marinade Rub-on Kebab Paste, Tikka Masala Curry Paste, Tandoori Marinade Paste, Tikka Marinade Paste, Universal Curry Paste, Balti Curry Paste and Mint & Tamarind Raitha Paste. They are gluten-free and suitable for vegetarians.
Founder Mafazul says, “Many are nervous about cooking Indian food at home, perhaps because of the unfamiliar ingredients or the common misconception that Indian food should be hot enough to give you a hernia. But in fact, as you will see with our ready blended curry pastes and our easy to follow recipe instructions, preparing delicious Indian dishes at home restaurant-style just the way the chef’s do it in their kitchens can be quick, easy and immensely satisfying.”
Their curry pastes truly rose to stardom when Jim Sutcliffe of Meridian Meats, Louth, was crowned ‘BBC Young Butcher of the Year’ with the judges praising his imaginative curried goat and mango sausage featuring Mr Huda’s Universal Curry Paste and their limited edition mango chutney.
There are dozens of superb, easy to follow recipes on their website, ranging from onion bajees
to classic chicken korma, spicy jalfrezi and salmon tikka all available to download for free!
You can order your own curry paste direct from Mr Huda’s online via their website. You’ll also find their curry pastes in stockists across Yorkshire including Farmer Copleys, Pontefract, Keelham Farm Shops in Bradford and Skipton, Fodder, Harrogate and Hinchliffes Farm Shop, Huddersfield as well as farm shops, delis and independent shops across Lincolnshire, the Midlands and as far south as Kent.