The ultimate Simmer Sauce Bundle featuring all five Persian simmer sauces. How wonderful to have your pantry stcoked with these delicious flavours

  • Simmer Sauce Tagine
  • Simmer Sauce Ghormeh Sabzi
  • Simmer Sauce Tabrizi
  • Simmer Sauce Fesenjoon
  • Simmer Sauce Gheymeh

You don’t need a Tagine pot to be able to enjoy this classic Middle Eastern dish. Nor you need to spend time several steps to achieve a perfect taste. You don’t even need to spend too much time slow-cooking. Perfect for the days that you want to cook something that's healthy, delicious with a bit of kick of spices.

This Tagine Simmer Sauce has no fillers and is Gluten Free, Keto Friendly, Vegan/ Vegetarian Friendly. Add it to your everyday cooking or go classic and show off your world cuisine knowledge by making a classic tagine in three easy steps:

  1. Fry and half cook your ingredients  (See below for suggestions)
  2. Add this paste plus half a jar of stock/water.
  3. Simmer for 20 minutes or until your ingredients are cooked.

Serve on cous cous with a side of salad. Goes perfectly with hearty veggies like capsicum, mushrooms, zucchini, eggplants, and legumes such as chickpeas, lentil, or dhal.

The most beloved dish amongst Persians, this Five Herbs Casserole is a slow cooked combination of Spinach, Parsley, Corriander, Fenugreek, and Chives with Persian Lime. A humble super food, Ghormeh Sabzi is the national dish of Iran, and a dish to show off one's skills in cooking. Traditional Ghormeh Sabzi is made with lamb and kidney beans, for a vegetarian option simmer this sauce with either mushroom, eggplant, cauliflower, kidney beans, paneer.If you are on a keto diet, this sauce is a perfect choice for you. Serves: 4 -6 This sauce has no preservatives. Please use a clean spoon to take out. Keep in the fridge after opening and consume within two weeks.

Inspired by delicious flavours of Tabriz, a foodie capital in the north west of Iran, this peppery turmeric & lime tomato base traditionally is enjoyed with oversized stuffed meatballs called Kufteh. Made fresh in their Brisbase kitchen, this cooking sauce has no fillers or cooking oil, and is Gluten Free, Vegan, and Vegetarian Friendly.  Add it to your everyday cooking or go classic and show off your world cuisine knowledge by making a classic Tabrizi Kufteh in three easy steps:

  1. Fry and half cook your ingredients  (See below for suggestions)
  2. Add this sauce plus half a jar of stock/water.
  3. Simmer for 20 minutes or until your ingredients are cooked.

Serve on steamed rice with a side of salad.Goes with Kufteh, meat-balls poultry, or red meat. For a vegetarian option we recommend: eggplant, mushroom, capsicum, paneer, legumes. Or mix through with rice to make a Persian pilaf. This sauce has no preservatives. Please use a clean spoon to take out. Keep in the fridge after opening and consume within two weeks.

If you were invited to a dinner with the Prince of Persia, this luxurious walnut and pomegranate casserole would be your main meal. Made with a handful of ingredients, the secret to this sauce is the technique of cooking. The hidden ingredients are: Patience and time. A sweet and sour sauce packed with Australian walnuts that is raised to the next level from the tangyness of pomegranates. For slow cooking dishes just add this sauce to the slow cooker with the recommended veggies or protein and come back home to a beautliful walnut infused dish. Fesenjoon goes perfect with pumpkin, eggplant, and other hearty veg. It is a perfect alternative sauce for veggie/meat balls. There is no added oil in our Fesenjoon. It is also gluten free, dairy free, vegan friendly, and free of any artificial preservatives or additives. Serves: 4 -6  This sauce has no preservatives. Please use a clean spoon to take out. Keep in the fridge after opening and consume within two weeks.

Aromatic and tangy, Gheymeh is a staple for any Persian festival. Traditionally served with a side of french fries, this all time favourite is a versatile and satisfying meal option for an everyday flavour of which you would never get bored. This popular dish is a center of some of the largest Iranian festivals, cooked in large pots and served for free on the streets during the festival times, Gheymeh's beautiful aroma lifts people's spirit and strenghtens the festival vibes. Simmer with eggplants, mushroom, capsicum, zuchhini, or any choice of protein. Add a couple of Persian lime to enhance the earthy flavours even further. Serves: 4 -5 This sauce has no preservatives. Please use a clean spoon to take out. Keep in the fridge after opening and consume within two weeks.

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