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Rajah Curry Masters. Master the curry. Know the story

Rajah invites you to join Masterchef South Africa and Ultimate Braai Master judge Chef Benny Masekwameng and cook and food blogger Lorraine Maharaj as they share their captivating food stories while cooking mouth-watering meals.As South Africans we have a very rich and diverse food culture that is a melting pot of delish.

Our lead curry masters will not only share curry tips that will improve curry lovers’ techniques but the story behind their recipes and how they have evolved from generation to generation.

“The one thing that I learnt from my mom is the love for people and that food brings people together, people from all different walks of life”, says Chef Benny.Such a great statement as my fondest food memories come from my grandmother and the kitchen as it was the centre of our home.

 

Lorraine also sites her mother as the person who taught her various curry secrets. “I remember my mom used to always add samp and beans to her lamb curry so we exclude the potatoes and add samp and beans.”Meals prepared from memory now makes are truly understand that meals were created to stretch and feed a family with not much in the cupboards.Traditional Indian dishes were given an African twist based on the local ingredients that were available.

After watching the masterclass curry lovers will leave with a deeper understanding and appreciation of the craft and the ingredients.Cooking is a love language and understanding ingredients and spices are key in creating a mouth watering meal.

To participate, you can visit the What’s For Dinner website, where you learn to cook Chef Benny’s chicken or seafood curry or Lorraine’s Durban lamb curry using the wide selection of Rajah curry powders available.Over and above their intense flavour, these curry powders are non-irradiated, GMO-free, with no added MSG.Now this is very interesting to know especially as more of us consumers are becoming aware of what we eat and cook for our loved ones.

 

Rajah is made from the finest quality and natural ingredients. Some of these are garlic, cumin, coriander and turmeric. It is these ingredients that give Rajah its distinctive taste and mouth-watering aroma.

The team from Rajah sent me over a huge goodie box for the SpiceGoddess to try out the Rajah products.I look forward to experimenting with the range.Thank you team for this very well put together box everything that is needed to create a feast.

You also stand a chance of winning one of 16 Rajah Masterclass Curry Kits. To enter, sign up to receive a recipe e-book by Chef Benny and Lorraine. Draws to take place on Mondays each week starting from 13 August 2021to 31 December 2021.

To participate, you can visit the What’s For Dinner website, where you learn to cook Chef Benny’s chicken or seafood curry or Lorraine’s Durban lamb curry using the wide selection of Rajah curry powders available.

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