Monday, 10 November 2014

Minty Masala Paneer and Loyd Grossman Hamper giveaway


Recently, I was sent a Loyd Grossman hamper to create a recipe with. In my hamper there was a sample of Loyd Grossman’s Limited Edition Mint Masala gravy sauce, Tikka sauce, a recipe card, Loyd Grossman Naan Bread, boil in the bag rice, and a Balti dish.



The new mint masala  will be available in the shops from mid November, it a delicious aromatic Indian curry sauce made with a blend of spices, tomatoes, yoghurt and mint. It is perfect when you want to create a tasty meal in a short time. Being a vegetarian I choose to use my Mint masala gravy to create a lovely paneer (indian cheese dish) cooked with onions and capsicums.


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Minty Masala Paneer

Succulent paneer cooked in an aromatic blend of spices in a minty masala sauce.

Ingredients:
  • 400g Paneer cut into 2 cm cubes
  • 1 green capsicum cut into 2 cm pieces
  • 1 red capsicum cut into 2cm pieces
  • 1 small red onion finely chopped
  • 1 green chilli finely chopped
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 1 jar Lloyd Grossman Minty masala sauce
  • 1 tablespoon fresh chopped coriander leaves
  • 1 tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 1 teaspoon Salt
Method:

1. Heat the oil in a frying pan and toss the Paneer cubes in it for 3-4 minutes until they start to turn brown.2. Remove the paneer from the pan on to a piece of kitchen paper.3. To the pan add the onions and saute them until translucent. Add the peppers, green chilli and stir  for 3-4 minutes until peppers slightly soften.4. Add the salt, lemon juice, and the minty masala sauce and stir fry for 2-3 minutes .5. Add the cooked paneer and stir fry for 2-3 minutes.6.Transfer the paneer minty masala paneer to the serving  balti dish and garnish with chopped coriander.Serve with rice and nan bread.
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I really enjoyed the Minty masala sauce and am pleased that I have two Lloyd Grossman hampers for two lucky simplyfood winners.(Only 1 hamper per winner)

The contents of the hamper:
Lloyd Grossman’s Limited Edition Mint Masala gravy sauce,
Tikka sauce,
a recipe card,
Lloyd Grossman Naan Bread,
Boil in the bag rice,
Balti dish.

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253 comments:

  1. Mmmmm, this looks yummy! I was just deciding what to make for tea, so I think I'll pop to the shop, grab some ingredients and give it a go!

    Emma | DollfaceBlogs xxx

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  2. This looks a lovely prize. Myself and my husband love Indian food so will definitely be entering!

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  3. Yummy minty flavored sabzi..

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  4. I really like Garlic, Chilli Chicken

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  5. I love Chicken Balti :) thank you for the giveaway x

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  6. Anything with lamb, as long as it's not too hot, tomatoey, with nuts or coconut! Not fussy at all really

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  7. Korma

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  8. Tikka (@BexAllum on twitter)x

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  9. I like thai green curry!

    Ashleigh

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  10. Butternutsquash curry is definitely my favourite as I'm a veggie :)

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  11. I love a balti!

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  12. I love anything spicy,jalfrezi or madras yummy xx

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  13. This looks lovely, there is a place in every cupboard for Lloyd Grossman!!

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  14. You've made a lovely curry with those products, it looks very tempting.

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  15. Indian Butter Chicken Curry - delicious without being too hot.

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  16. Looks delicious we love a curry

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  17. Chicken Tikka masala

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  18. classic tikka maslala cen never go wrong with it

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  19. I love Rogan Josh

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  20. Chicken Tikka!

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  21. Minty masala paneer looks yummy and inviting!

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  22. I love all curries - the hotter the better

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  23. Korma for me, but not because I'm a wuss! :D I just love the creamy consistency! Especially with coconut rice :)

    Jen xx
    www.kitsch-n-sync.com

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  24. I don't usually use prepared sauces but you do make it look quite delicious. Lovely photos.

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  25. One our local curry house does called a Naz Special :)

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  26. chicken korma

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  27. Tarkha Dahl, could eat it on its own and no curry meal is complete without it

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  28. Give me a tasty lamb tikka masala any time!

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  29. I love Lamb Rogan Josh, thank you for a lovely giveaway x

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  30. Mine's a chicken madras! I do love a hot curry.

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  31. Chick peas with paneer cheese in a rich gravy such as Makhani.

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  32. I've been really enjoying the lamb, potato and spinach curry from the Hairy Bikers first 'diet' book lately but will certainly be picking up a jar of this minty masala sauce to try - it sounds delicious!

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  33. My favourite curry is mutter paneer

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  34. it looks like a perfect meal, so colourful, you can also see it bursting with flavour

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  35. chicken dhansak with roti or chappatis. Nom!

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  36. Chicken Korma! Thanks for sharing

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  37. I could eat that right now! I'm a Rogan Josh girl x

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  38. Chicken malaya is my favourite

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  39. We love curry, this looks delicious, I think my kid's would really enjoy it

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  40. thai green curry is my favourite. Loyd Grossman does a nice one, but there is nothing like making your own green thai paste from scratch

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  41. Oooh, I love a Thai green curry.

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  42. Jar sauces are fab for when you just don't have the time to cook from scratch

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  43. Chicken jalfrezi

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  44. Recently tried a Chicken Bombay and it has now become my favourite

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  45. Thai Green Curry

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  46. I generally shy away from spicy curries, even though I haven't really had the opportunity to try any, so Chicken Korma is my favourite!

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  47. Thai yellow curry or tikka masala

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  48. Chick pea, sweet potato and spinach

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  49. thai red curry

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  50. oh my gosh, I'm waiting for Tom to come back with dinner and this is making me so hungry! looks delish! x

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  51. Korma as I love that coconut cream

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  52. Mine is beef biriani, with mushroom korma on the side... Lovely

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  53. Butter Chicken

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  54. Love a creamy chicken korma

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  55. I have just this minute finished a Tikka Massala with pilau rice and bombay potatoes

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  56. Love a butter Chicken curry.

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  57. Balti definitely, although my OH's tikka is also nice

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  58. Paneer Masala

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  59. A friend cooked an amazing cauliflower curry

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  60. CHICKEN KARAI IS MY FAVOURITE....YUM YUM

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  61. Lamb Pasanda xx

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  62. I love a patia - sweet and spicy :)

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  63. chicken korma

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  64. Lamb korma

    @jaizduck

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  65. Korma for me, mild and creamy,mmmm

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