Restaurant-quality Indian cuisine
Café Spice, New Windsor, N.Y., extended its line of restaurant-quality Indian meals with new Thai meals, available in authentic flavors.
New varieties include Beef Massaman Curry with sautéed tender beef filets, onions and potatoes, flavored with lemongrass and lime, simmered in a Massaman curry sauce with a coconut milk base, tamarind and aromatic spices.
For those who desire a vegan Thai meal, the Yellow Tofu Curry pairs tofu in a fragrantly spiced coconut milk sauce simmered with potatoes and onions.
Red Chicken Curry rounds out the line with tender chicken bites simmered with onions, bamboo shoots and carrots in a coconut milk broth with Thai spices.
All of the entrées are accompanied by fried rice with authentic Thai spices.
“I created the new recipes after extensive research travels throughout Thailand,” says chef and culinary director Hari Nayak. “These meals respond to emerging personal tastes with humanely raised chicken and beef and vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. People today want healthy, flavorful food created from fresh and whole ingredients.”
“Global cuisine has become a regular selection in the modern shopping cart,” adds Sameer Malhotra, co-founder and president. “But, it is usually relegated to the frozen food section of markets. We bring freshness, clean ingredients and gourmet quality to global prepared foods, and as such, we are pioneering a niche that has growing consumer demand.”