About Deema Spice

Deema's Sri Lankan Curry Spices consists of our own unique blend curry spices so you can enjoy the delicious taste of a home-cooked, heart warming Sri Lankan curry.

This one blend is ideal for meat, fish, prawns or vegetable curries. Enjoy the recipes in this blog and in the pack. If you can't find Deema's Sri Lankan Curry Spices in a shop near you, please email: deemaspice@gmail.com and we will help get you one. Why not visit us on facebook as well.

Buy two packs for £6.

One pack cooks two curries for two people. Please note that though there are no nuts in the blend, it is made in a nut lover’s kitchen. It is gluten free, as far as we are aware.

For just £8 each, our Christmas gift bags include 2 packs of Deema's Sri Lankan Curry Spices in a lovely re-useable just bag and a special recipe card for making curry with turkey leftover and the price includes postage but not the holly!And if you pre-order 2 gift bags, the price is £15. Order today!

Thanks for the great product artwork and design from Megan Lomax at Rubbaglove & RRDCreative.

Sunday, 5 May 2013

Rugger Bugger Food - Spicy Chicken Drumsticks

My eldest attended the first, of what I assume, will be many end of season rugby celebrations. Hyped, hormonal, fit boys getting together to celebrate a pretty good club rugby season. What they did, was best not imagined.

I was told I had to make his contribution of food for the party. And no, Asda's frozen saussage rolls would not do. Could I please make devilled eggs and roasted spicy drumsticks?

So I sent him with drumsticks made with Deema's Spice and 6 devilled eggs as I am a good ma.

I was told the eggs were eaten on the way. He did cycle to the club but again best not to ask. But I was told the drumsticks were a hit with the 'dudes'.

I forgot to measure everything but this is the recipe for 16 spicy drumsticks:
Breadcrumbs, 25g butter, 2 tablespoons of Deema's Spice, a dash of seasame oil, pepper, salt, 2 tablespoons of soya sauce and left over champagne usually white wine but it was our anniversary!

Mix it all together. Pierce the chicken and spread the crumbly mixture and bake. Pour more wine (or champagne!) once you turn over the chicken.

Voila Rugger Bugger food.

No comments:

Post a Comment