Keep taste but avoid sugar

PareshCCproductsCurry Cuisine, the brainchild of husband and wife team, Paresh and Prett Tejura, has launched a new online shop to meet the growing national consumer demand for its retail range of traditionally handcrafted chutneys, jams, condiments and spice mixes.

The continuing growth of the business led Curry Cuisine to create two stand alone, but interlinking and complementary websites to differentiate its cookery and retail divisions.

With many folk enjoying making curries as well as eating them, good ingredients are key. As a diabetic, it’s wise to understand what goes in your food. Cooking it from scratch is the best way! Homemade curries are better for you if you chose not to use too much fat (oils, ghee) or add too much sugar. One great way to keep taste but avoid sugar is with spices. The new cookery school website is informative and focused on the range of courses and events available. The website also links to the company’s online spice shop.

The company’s manufacturing site is in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, where the latest addition to the range — Scrummee spice-inspired jams and fruit sauces – are also made. range is the latest exciting development to hit retailers. Customers can now buy the entire range online, all made with natural ingredients that are fused with complementary spices.

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