Raj’s Taste Of India
Rajkotwala Terkari Masala, Rajkotwala Tandoori Masala and Rajkotwala Fresh Ginger and Garlic Paste.
Treat yourself to an Indian feast. Raj offers a wonderful range of both meat based and vegetarian curries with tasty cooked basmati rice and traditional salad accompaniments.
Have a browse around, and check my recipe pages, and those sent in by some of my viewers, you are bound to find something exciting to try.
Why My Products?
The most important consideration is having whole spices grind and crushed them as your need them because they lose their kick and fade over time, with my paste I have captured the freshness and preserve it in sunflower oil which will last for a long long time. You can open a jar of Rajkotwala curry paste today, next month or in few months you will find the same freshly grounded flavors and taste or even better as I ve been told by my customers!
‘Raj’s Taste Of India’ Barossa Farmer’s Market Stall
Treat yourself to an Indian feast. Raj offers a wonderful range of both meat based and vegetarian curries with tasty cooked basmati rice and traditional salad accompaniments. Plus if you want to make authentic Indian curries yourself at home you can buy some of his Rajkotwala Curry Pastes. Raj also make a delicious assortment of dips that can be eaten as entrees, meal accompaniments or tasty party or home treats. Hommus, roasted red capsicum hommus and Smoked eggplant dip are available to tempt your taste buds. Raj also has available seasonally his ginger and garlic paste made with locally sourced organic garlic, that helps you make beautifully flavoured curries, stews and stir fries at home.
A keen cook, Raj decided to share some of traditional foods of his culture with his regular Market customers. Using vegetables grown by organic methods on his farm, and sourcing meats and other vegetables from fellow Barossa Farmers Market producers. (See Our Suppliers page). Raj’s curries are aromatic and full of the authentic tastes of India, right here in the Barossa.
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