Durban Curry Werners Original Mild

Durban Curry Werners Original Mild

Product Code: 2533
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Durban Curry Werners Original Mild

Each packet comes with spices, instructions and serving suggestions to make an authentic Durban style curry for 4 people in your own home. This delicious curry has it's origins in the Indian community in Durban, South Africa. It is sure to impress and is easy for anyone to make.
Can be made with chicken, beef, lamb, mutton or Fish.


After watching Larry cooking his Durban Curry with beef online, I decided I had to give it a try for myself. I was absolutely blown away by how authentic it turned out! After following the instructions of marinading the beef, cooking the spices, I put all my ingredients in the slow cooker and left it to cook itself. I waited until the following day and believe me when I tell you how awesome this curry is. For a while I was transported back to my home in South Africa. I will certainly try this again.

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