It all started when a son who was working at a metro city was missed the taste of his mother's homemade food and he used to bring back cooking paste and spices made by his mother, when he was returning from vacation or on weekends, which solved his problem of cutting, grating, blending, gathering all ingredients and using it in right quantity, which was further enjoyed by his friends and their families, that's when the "CURRYEASE - cooking made easy" as a product was born, it is the brainchild and dream of a mother who wants to cater her homemade, traditional dishes to the people which makes their cooking easy and tasty.
Our vision is to make your lives easier, provide you with superior food products which is Natural, convenient to use with great taste and deliver you ultimate satisfaction.
The fact that all the packaging imagery is the actual dish, without colours, filters or editing, stands testimony to our commitment to simplicity.
Whether it is our curry pastes, spice mixes, individual spices, or any other product line of our future, we promise you this.
It will be Wholesome, Authentic, and Hygienic (WAH). We have found that keeping things natural, simple, and traditional has a manifold advantage:
- Natural is always healthy Traditional is not just tasty.
- Traditional cuisine is also attuned to our genetic code, perfected over decades, sometimes centuries.
- Hygienic manufacturing and packaging eliminates the need for “nature identical” flavours, colours, preservatives, or any other chemical alternatives to flavours.
- Modern packaging technology in particular also gives our products an extended shelf life, making it more durable than a box in the refrigerator.
IT'S VERY SIMPLE. JUST 3 STEPS.
Step 1: The Saute
Slice or grate onions based on how you prefer it, sauté with some green chilies, red chilies, curry leaves if you like them.
Step 2: Add the Paste
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Once your onions are sautéed, add your cooking paste. Combine the onions with the paste and simmer for a few mins.
Step 3: Substrate
She gave my mother such a turn, that I have always been convinced I am indebted to Miss Betsey for having been born on a Friday.