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Slow Cooker Spicy Madras Sauce

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Prep: 30 minutes Cook: 6 hours

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Serves 4

This is a Indian curry spicy sauce with lots of vegetables added.

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  • 6 Sprays of Olive Oil
  • 2 Large Onion
  • 15g Garlic Powder
  • 2 Large Red Chillies
  • 15g Ginger Powder
  • 45g Garam Massala
  • 30g Cayenne Pepper
  • 15g Ground Cumin
  • 15g Ground Coriander
  • 15g Ground Tumeric
  • 250g Tomato Puree
  • 200ml Chicken Stock
  • 500g Passata


  1. Heat a frying pan on a medium heat, add the sprays of oil and fry onion until it is brown. Reduce the heat.

  2. Add the garlic powder, red chillies and ginger powder and fry for one minute.

  3. Then add the garam massala, cayenne pepper, cumin, coriander and turmeric and fry for a further 3 minutes. Keep stirring.

  4. Spoon the mix into the slow cooker.

  5. Add the puree, stock and passata. Also add any vegetables that you fancy. I usually add mushrooms, peppers and green beans.

  6. Serve with chicken, beef or pork.

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