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  • Curried Pea and Potato Samosas

    Deliciously crunchy Samosas, filled with curried potato and Wattie’s Frozen Baby Peas! Perfect for lunch or as a light snack, especially with the Yoghurt and Mint dip.

  • Slow Cooked Indian Lamb and Chickpea Curry

    Try this delicious Indian Spiced Curry! The lamb leg steaks are incredibly tender and the Wattie’s Chickpeas add a real bite. Try our slow cooker option for an easy mid-week dinner.

  • Fast Butter Chicken

    When time is tight and you need to please the family you can’t go wrong with this all-time favourite. With only 4 ingredients this meal can be on the table in just 30 minutes with the help of Wattie’s WOK Creations Butter Chicken Sauce.

  • Indian Style Chicken Tikka Masala

    Create this popular Indian inspired curry dish with ease at home using Wattie’s WOK Creations Tikka Masala Curry Sauce. A perfect mix of traditional flavours including rich tomato, onion, garam masala and chilli are all combined in one dish, ready on the table in half an hour!

  • Fragrant Thai Red Chicken Curry

    Have this tasty, warming curry on the table tonight in just 30 minutes. Made with Wattie’s WOK Creations Thai Red Curry Simmer Sauce this meal has a delicate balance of flavours and will be an instant hit with your family.

  • Midweek Thai Green Chicken Curry

    The best thing about this curry recipe is that you can have it on the table in 30 minutes and that it’s full of traditional Thai flavours. With aromatic ingredients like coriander, lemon grass and green chillies it’s perfect for a quick, easy and satisfying midweek dinner.

  • Easy Lamb Korma

    Creating your own flavoursome Lamb Korma at home is easy with Wattie’s WOK Creations Korma Sauce. It only takes 4 ingredients and 3 easy steps to create a meal the whole family will enjoy.

  • Tomato, Chicken and Spinach Curry

    Here is a welcome change to a creamy curry made with Wattie’s New Zealand grown crushed and sieved tomatoes. Big on flavours this curry gets our healthy pick and a must try for quick midweek dinners.

  • Coconut & Mango Red Chicken Curry

    There’s no need to go out for a great Thai curry when creating your own at home is so simple. Here's a clever way to add a sweet & fruity flavour to your homemade curry.

  • Tikka Masala

    Need a truly Indian-style curry in a hurry? This super-tasty sauce is a combination of aromatic Garam Masala spices and chilli. Simmered with chicken or lamb, it will truly hit the spot.

  • Butter Chicken Pies

    An age-old Kiwi obsession melded with a new international favourite - could the results be anything other than fabulous?

  • Indian-Style Vegetables

    Add a little spice to your veges with this Indian-flavoured tomato sauce. Serve with rice as a main or as a spicy side.

  • Lamb Korma with Saag Aloo

    It is a myth that Indian-inspired cooking is hard. This korma curry is truly easy and mild enough for the whole family to enjoy.

  • Asian Prawn Curry

    These distinct Asian flavours blend beautifully to create a tasty curry! Quick, easy and perfect for entertaining.

  • Tomato and Beetroot Curry

    This unusual combination of baby beetroot and Indian spiced tomatoes is a meal in itself, served with pilaf rice or naan bread.

  • Thai Coconut Curry

    This easy recipe can be made with either prawns or chicken and the flavour has been perfected for you.

  • Southern Indian Fish Masala

    Low on fat but full of flavour, this recipe is simple and sure to become a favourite. It can be easily halved or doubled to suit your household, although you may need to alter the cooking time a little.

  • Pumpkin, Potato and Lentil Curry

    Give yourself a vegetable-powered boost without compromising on taste in this classic curry that’s quick and easy to whip up.

  • Pumpkin and Coriander Vegetable Curry

    Wow! Serve this out of the pumpkin and this is one time you can eat the serving dish!

  • Pilaf Rice

    After tasting this delicious dish, the only thing they'll want to 'take away' is the recipe.