The Spice-N-Tice kits contain freshly blended ground spices, as well as items such as cinnamon sticks and cardamom pods, in the right quantities to make a meal. There is also a recipe card with each kit.
The company said the spice kits took the fear out of preparing an authentic Indian
meal and were a jar-free alternative to Indian cooking sauces.
The kits have an rsp of £1.89 and come in eight varieties - Aromatic Jeera Chicken, Punjabi Style Vegetable Pakoras, Coriander Chicken, Hindustani Aloo Gobi, Lamb Madras, Spicy Bombay Potatoes, Kheema Karai and Spicy Chick Pea.
MD Ketan Varu said: “This really is the next generation in Indian cooking at home. We have kicked out the cowboys with their jars of sauce and inferior ingredients and introduced real homespun Indian food recipes.”