Monday, 22 July 2013

A Taste of Sunshine with Island Cuisine

The sun is shining across the UK and we are basking in positively tropical temperatures.  So it seems fitting to enjoy the taste of sunshine in our meals too.  Drawing on the influences of Asia, Africa and France, Island Cuisine sauces add a flavour of Seychellois to your cooking.

The range of four tasty sauces are free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives and are veggie friendly.  The flavours are:  Yellow Creole Curry, Green Creole Curry, Red Creole Curry and Sweet and Spicy Creole.

We were sent a Red Creole Curry Sauce to try out.  It is a blend of tomatoes, chillies and onions with specially blended herbs for a well rounded, medium hot dish.

cooking sauce

The jar suggests making a fish based curry, but as we are vegetarians we went for Black Eye Beans and vegetables as a base for our meal.

Island Cuisine

Instead of serving it with rice, I mixed the rice into the sauce to make a one pot meal.  It worked really well and was very tasty indeed!  It was not too spicy and all the children enjoyed it.

Island Cuisine

Island Cuisine is available in the North and the Midlands at Tesco and in Sainsbury's stores in London. RRP £1.99.

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1 comment:

  1. Jill Stan Jones24 July 2013 at 10:03

    As always, my mouth watered when I saw that plate of delicious looking food. I haven't heard of Island Cuisine before but it certainly sounds interesting, although I am not a lover of spicy food - I really wish I was. xxx



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