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Patak's Balti Sauce

(Code: PATBALTSAU)

Product Description

  • Established by Shanta and L.G. Parthak in a small shop behind Euston station, Patak's has been supplying Indian pickles, sauces, spices and confectionary since the 1950s. Everyone loves a Balti. Tomato-based with peppers, cumin and coriander, Balti is a medium-heat crowd-pleaser that goes great with chicken or lamb, but also non-meat options like paneer, jackfruit or vegetables.

Information

Ingredients

Water, Tomato (14%), Red & Green Peppers (5%), Rapeseed Oil, Dried Onion, Modified Maize Starch, Ground Spices (2%) [Spices, Cumin, Coriander], Sugar, Concentrated Tomato Purée, Garlic Purée, Salt, Ginger Purée, Acids (Lactic Acid, Acetic Acid), Concentrated Lemon Juice, Cracked Black Pepper, Cracked Coriander Seed, Paprika Extract, Fennel Seed, Dried Coriander Leaf, Dried Crushed Red Chilli, Dried Fenugreek Leaf

Nutritional Information

  • For allergens, see ingredients highlighted in bold
  • May also contain peanuts and nuts
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
  • Gluten free
  • Vegetarian friendly
  • Low in sugar and saturated fat

Storage

Best Before End: see lid. Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Once opened use immediately.

Preparation and usage

  • Simply fry your meat or vegetables, pour over the sauce and simmer. All the hard work done for you: a tasty and authentic Balti curry in just 20 minutes.
  • Serve with Patak's Naans, Pappadums, Chutneys and Pickles for the complete restaurant experience.

Number of uses

4 servings

Name and address

  • AB World Foods Ltd.,
  • Leigh,
  • WN7 5RS,
  • UK.

Net Contents

450g e

Nutrition

Typical ValuesPer 100g
Energy346kJ/83kcal
Fat5.0g
of which saturates0.4g
Carbohydrate7.8g
of which sugars4.2g
Protein1.1g
Salt0.76g
2.67
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