An authentic Indian curry made from minced chicken slow-cooked with aromatic spices and curry leaves in a fresh tomato sauce. Served with turmeric rice.
Our take on the Indian classic
We spent eighteen months developing our Chicken Keema Curry, refining our recipe to make a curry that is neither too oily, too spicy, nor overpowering. We use a handful of whole spices to keep the flavours balanced including complex cardamom, earthy coriander, rich cumin and fennel leaves. With a rounded warmth and subtle sweetness, this is a comforting meal for a cold night.
Weight: 125g (regular) / 190g (extra-large)
Calories: 550kcal (regular) / 835kcal (extra-large)
Water usage: 400ml (regular) / 580ml (extra-large)
Ingredients: Basmati Rice (35%), Tomatoes, Chicken Breast (20%), Onion, Red Chillies, Garlic, Rapeseed Oil, Coriander, Cumin, Cardamom, Fennel Seed, Curry Leaves, Salt, Cayenne Pepper, Turmeric, Citric Acid.
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Firepot has been five years in the making. As adventurists trekking through Greenland, we wanted our hikes to be punctuated by slow-cooked, natural food that tasted delicious. We wanted a healthy, hearty meal that didn’t weigh us down or keep us waiting. And we couldn’t find it anywhere.
So we made our own in a Dorset barn — delicious, nutritious, dehydrated slow-cooked meals inspired by our travels. We’ve kept it lightweight and easy to use so it can be enjoyed from the heights of the Himalayas to the fjords of Chile. All you have to do is add water.