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Delmaine Vegetable Korma



Delmaine Vegetable Korma is made to an authentic recipe to produce a colourful, rich curry popularly associated with Northern Indian cuisine. Fresh onions are sautéed in a fragrant blend of garlic and chilli, before being cooked in a lightly salted broth with cashew paste and a blend of five spices; Chilli, Garam Masala, Turmeric, Coriander and Cumin. Chopped potatoes and fresh mixed vegetables are added with fresh cream and simmered until thick and creamy.

  • Authentic Recipe
  • No Artificial Colours or Flavours
  • Serves 2, just add rice and enjoy
  • Contains no gluten ingredients but is manufactured in an environment where gluten may be present or is manufactured overseas.


Microwave; Remove from cardboard sleeve and remove lid. Place lid back on loosely and heat on high for 4 to 5 minutes stirring once during heating. Warning pottle and contents will be hot, handle carefully. Stove Top; Tip contents into a sauce pan and cook on a medium heat for 8 to 10 minutes stirring occassionally until meal is piping hot.

  • Delmaine Code: 526
  • Size: 450g
  • Pack Size: 6
  • Country of Origin: NZ
  • Storage Conditions: Keep refrigerated until ready to use. Not suitable for freezing
  • Best Before/Use By: Use By
  • Unopened Shelf Life: 60
  • Open Shelf Life: Cook and consume as soon as opened


Vegetables (56%) (Cauliflower, Onion, Tomato, Potato, Peas, Capsicum, Beans), Water, Cream (from Milk), Cashew Nuts (3%), Canola Oil, Spices (Turmeric, Garam Masala, Chilli, Cumin, Coriander, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Black Pepper), Modified Starch (E1442), Salt, Ginger, Garlic, Brown Sugar, Herbs.


Serving Size: 225g Servings per Pack: 2

Average Quantity Per Serving Per 100g
ENERGY 995kJ 445kJ
PROTEIN 4.9g 2.2g
FAT, TOTAL 17.2g 7.6g
SATURATED 7.0g 3.1g
SUGARS 6.8g 3.0g
SODIUM 520mg 230mg

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Canned beans should always be stored in cool cabinets away from appliances that produce heat. Dried beans should be stored in airtight containers and used within one year of purchase. The longer you keep the dry beans, the more moisture they lose. This means that older dry beans take longer to soak and cook compared to younger dry beans.
Substituting canned beans for dried beans

Substituting canned beans for dried beans

Often you don't have the  time to soak dried beans overnight and substituting with canned beans is a great option. But remember, dried beans nearyl double in weight and volume when soaked, so the rule of thumb when substituting is used two cans of beans for every cup of dried beans.

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