Win cases of Indian pastes from Knorr Patak's

27 April 2011 by
Win cases of Indian pastes from Knorr Patak's

Korma, Madras and Tikka Masala are among the nation's most popular dishes, according to a Mintel report. The Knorr Patak's range of authentic Indian sauces can help caterers whip up a restaurant-quality curry in a jiffy without having to invest in bundles of exotic herbs and spices.

Knorr Patak's Indian pastes are available in 11 different flavours and are made from a blend of traditional Indian herbs and spices that are secrets of the Patak family.

They are free from artificial preservatives, gluten and MSG, are suitable for vegetarians and meet Food Standards Agency salt-reduction targets. They can also be used as marinades for grilling and baking.

And, to make it even easier, caterers can see Patak's development chef Manish Sharma demonstrate simple-to-prepare dishes such as Chicken Tikka Masala and Mushroom & Spinach Korma on the company website.

Knorr Patak's is offering three Product Zone readers a case each of one of these three top Indian pastes; with each case containing 4 x 1.1kg jars.

To enter, e-mail your name and contact details to http://www.unileverfoodsolutions.co.uk/knorr_pataks_terms." target="_blank" rel="noreferrer">clairea@william murray.co.uk](mailto:clairea@william), quoting "Caterer and Hotelkeeper/Knorr Patak's reader offer" in the subject field.

For full terms and conditions see [www.unileverfoodsolutions.co.uk/knorr_pataks_terms.For more information about Knorr Patak's, call 0800 783 3728 or visit www.knorrpataks.co.uk

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