Tasty Bites

*This post has been sponsored by Tasty Bite. All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own*

When it comes to creating food, the things that are the most important to me are flavour, and how simple it is to make. 

It's all well and good making a Fakaeaway of our own at home, but sometimes when you have had a busy day at work, the idea of cooking something completely from scratch can be daunting. These moments are when the urge to order a takeaway is almost impossible to resist.

One of my personal favourite cuisines is Indian because I love the mixture of spices and rich sauces, and the huge variety of curries and rices. It also happens to be one of the cuisines that takes a lot of time to create dishes effectively at home.

Tasty Bite bring the authentic and bold flavours of India to life, without any of the mess and effort.The Tasty Bite brand was launched in 1995 with 5 ready-to-eat Indian curries. They are now available in the UK, and are increasing in popularity and availability.

Their curries come in a convenient pouch that are as easy to prepare as putting them in the microwave or heating on the stove, taking the time and effort out of creating a delicious Indian feast. 

I was sent a selection of their products to try out for myself, and couldn't wait to use one of their pouches in a recipe of my own. Of course, you could simply pair the curries with a rice of your choice, but I like to create something different. There are also some recipe ideas on the back of each pouch if you are looking for some inspiration.

In this day and age, a product being environmentally friendly is almost as important as the product itself. 80% of the energy used to make a pouch of Tasty Bite comes from renewable sources. Sugarcane waste, widely available in the region, is the primary renewable energy source. The Tasty Bite farm also employs unique rainwater harvesting techniques to recharge the groundwater in the area.

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I worry sometimes about the ingredients used in these easy cook meals, but the Tasty Bite range is free from artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. 

Curried Samosas with Mint & Yogurt Dip 

These Samosas are absolutely delicious, and thanks to the Tasty Bite range, are super easy to make, full of flavour, and are guaranteed to impress!

Spray a sheet of filo and cut it length ways into 3 strips.

Put 2 tbsp of your chosen curry flavour mix at the top of each strip and fold each diagonally to make a small triangle, then continue to fold over down the length of the pastry.

Repeat with the remaining filling and pastry.

Place the parcels on a sprayed baking sheet and spray all over the samosas. Bake for 18-20 minutes, or until they’re golden brown and cooked through.

To make the dip, mix a few tablespoons of fat free yogurt with some dried mint, salt and pepper.

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