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4 Unconventional Uses for Madras Curry Paste

4 Unconventional Uses for Madras Curry Paste

We love curry, but playing it safe is boring - try mixing it up by putting your curry paste to work by adding flavour to other non-traditional curry dishes. While a classic chicken Madras curry might be the most obvious way to use your Madras Curry paste, the perfect flavour and balance of the paste means that it can be used to season a wide range of dishes. If you're looking to get a little adventurous with your madras, here are some interesting ideas that are definitely worth a try.


Madras Omelette

An omelette is a favourite fall back meal for busy people who don't have a lot of time to cook. While they are certainly delicious and nutritious, they can get a little bland if you don't get a little creative with the seasoning. Try frying some onions and tomatoes with a teaspoon of madras curry paste and some oil before pouring in your whisked eggs and cooking your omelette as usual.

Madras Baked Fish

Basting your fish in a coating of madras before baking is an incredibly easy way to create a flavourful, yet healthy dish that will impress your guests with the intense flavour. Simply coat your fish in madras paste, place in the oven and voila - you have a steaming, flavourful meal. 

Madras Roast Lamb

This is a similar concept to the baked fish, but with a roast lamb joint instead (you can also use beef if you prefer). Simply make several slits into the surface of the joint, and cover with 3 tablespoons of spice paste and marinate for two hours before placing in the oven. When the joint is 15-20 minutes from completion, remove it from the oven and baste with another 2 tablespoons of spice paste before returning to the oven. 

Madras Roast Potatoes

Add flavour to your roast potatoes with a curry kick by coating your potatoes in Madras curry paste before roasting. This is an easy way to spice up a roast dinner and will have people coming back for seconds. 


Feeling excited to get your hands on some madras curry paste? We don't blame you. Our Indian chicken (madras) curry paste has you you covered.  

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