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Stock up now: easy Indian flavors

Stock up now: easy Indian flavors

Ideas to help you boost your condiment section with 4 Indian-inspired flavorings, such as Mango Chutney, Spicy Ketchup, Tamarind and Garlic Cooking Sauce and Tikka Masala Simmer Sauce

Whether your customers are looking to create a seven-course Indian feast or just add a hint of exotic spice to everyday meals, Indian-inspired condiments are increasingly popping up on natural foods store shelves. Rockville, Md.-based market research firm Packaged Facts reports that Asian-Americans are driving the growth of Indian foods and, at the same time, changing the palates
of their fellow Americans. 

Bombay Authentics Mango Chutney
This sweet-and-sour traditional  accompaniment to curries also makes a great sandwich spread, salad dressing or cheese-board embellishment.

Maya Kaimal Spicy Ketchup
With toasted cumin, hot peppers and brown sugar, this sweet-and-spicy condiment can be used traditionally—as a dipping sauce for samosas, for example—or as an easy way to reinvent the burger.

Stonehouse 27 Tamarind and Garlic Cooking Sauce
With a touch of coconut milk and agave nectar, this sweet-and-spicy sauce can be used as a shrimp marinade or in place of salsa for Indian-style nachos.

Tasty Bite Tikka Masala Simmer Sauce
A mild, north Indian–style cream-based sauce with notes of cumin, coriander, clove and cardamom, this condiment makes meals easy: Add it to cooked chicken, tofu or vegetables and serve over rice. It also can be used as a simple dip or marinade.

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