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Shan Nihari Mix 60g

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SKU: 44NMS60
Pack Size: 12
SKU: 44NMS60
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Shan Nihari Mix 60g
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Description Shan Nihari Mix 60g
Kcal 300Kcal
Kj 1256Kj
Fat (g) 10g
Of which saturates (g) 0g
Carbohydrate (g) 40g
Of which sugars (g) 0g
Salt (g) 33.2g
Protein (g) 10g
Fibre (g) 20g
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packsize value 12
Brand Name Shan

Red chilli, salt, paprika, nigella, garlic, dehydrated onion, cumin, bay leaf, aniseed, green cardamom, black pepper, ginger, clove, fennel, maltodextrin, hydrolysed soy protein, cane sugar, canola oil and silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent).

Country of Origin
Storage Store in a cool, dry place.
Cooking Guidelines Nihari Curry Serves 6-8 1kg Beef/mutton/chicken, 4-6 large pieces, boneless 2kg Knuckle/marrow bones 175ml Oil 100g Flour 1 Onion, finely sliced Shan Nihari Mix • In a large pot, heat half the oil, add the meat and Shan Nihari Mix. Fry until the oil separates from the masala. • Add 3½ litres water and the bones. Stir and bring to boil. Cover and cook on a very low heat until the meat is tender. (For beef 6-8 hours, for mutton 4-6 hours). • Remove the bones, extract the marrow and add this to the gravy. Discard the bones. • Mix the flour with 2 cups of water and add this gradually to the meat juices, stirring constantly to mix evenly. Bring back to boil and and cook 15 minutes. • Heat the remaining oil and cook the sliced onion until golden brown. • Add the onions to the Nihari, cover and simmer for 10 minutes on a low heat. • Serve garnished with finely chopped green chillies, ginger and lime juice, accompanied by hot naan breads.
Usage Statements N/A
Allergen Advice Soya, may contain: Traces of sulphite, sesame, mustard, gluten and tree nuts.
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