Vegetable Briyani – 400g (Serves 1)
Basmati rice & vegetable cooked in aromatic spicy sauce.
- Allergy advice: Contains Mustard, Yoghurt(Milk), Ghee(Milk)
This product is made in facilities which handle nuts, mustard, sesame, peanut, egg, gluten, fish and crustaceans
- Sold as cold.
- V’ Vegetarian
Heating Guidelines: Heating appliances may vary.
- Open the lid leave ajar (Optional: transfer to a microwavable plate & cover ajar)
- Heat on full power for 3 Mins
- Remove lid and stir gently & recover
- Reheat on full power for further 1 Min
Ensure food is piping hot. Allow to stand for 2 mins before serving.
Store below 8c, keep refrigerated and eat within 48 hours. Suitable for home freezing, once thawed do not refreeze. Follow the microwave guideline to reheat.
Warning: Steam may be released when removing the film cover.
Rice (40%), Mixed Vegetable (20%) (Green Peas, Green Beans, Carrot, Broad Beans, Sweet Corn), Onion, Paneer (Milk), Potato, Aubergine, Plantain, Red Pepper, Green Pepper, Tomato, Green Chilli, Ghee (Milk), Biryani Mix (0.8%) (Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Star Anise, Cloves, Cardamom, Bay Leaves), Madras Curry Powder (Coriander, Turmeric, Chilli, Mustard, Cumin, Pepper, Fenugreek, Garlic, Fennel, Salt), Chilli Powder, Ginger, Garlic, Tomato Puree, Salt, Turmeric, Mint, Coriander Leaves, Lemon Juice, Rapeseed Oil, Vegetable Cube ((Salt, Vegetable Fats(Palm, Shea Butter, Sal Butter) , Potato Starch, Yeast Extract, Sugar, Onion Powder, Carrots, Herbs(Parsley, Tarragon), Spices (Garlic, Turmeric, Pepper, Celery Seed, Parsley Roots, Tomato Powder, Red Bell Pepper), Caramel Syrup, Flavourings (contain Celery), Leek, Maltodextrin)), Rose Water, Water
As Sri Lankan staple of Rice and Curry(Tamil “Sorukari” in Singhalese” Bathmul”) are very much of a lunchtime affair. In some parts of Sri Lanka rice is not consumed during dinner time. They are substituted for rice or wheat flour-based main dished E.g. Pittu, String hoper, Noodles & Roti’s
*We recommend per person, 350g to 450g portion of fried rice or Biryani along with one to two varieties of curries or sambal.