Curry leaves, tamarind and coconut milk in a South-Indian recipe of spices, with chicken meatballs
A meatball lovers Indian delight – East meets West in this exotic South-Indian inspired entrée.
Did you know that…Though this entrée gets its name from the city of Madras (now Chennai) in the South of India, it was in fact a name coined by the British when they arrived there in 1604, describing all dishes in the region. In modern times, British chefs redefined this famous curry – containing tamarind, curry leaves and bright red chilies – and made it an international sensation, now available in shops and restaurants around the world. Added to our Kofta inspired meatballs, this sauce creates a true international pièce de résistance.