Delicious Curries Made Without Gluten Containing Ingredients!
We’d hate for anyone to miss out on a delicious Rafi’s Spicebox curry night: so here’s our guide to the ultimate Indian meal experience, without the gluten!
Most of our Main Dish Curry Packs can be made with non-gluten-containing ingredients. If that’s not enough, all of our side dishes can be made with non-gluten-containing ingredients, or are naturally non-gluten, including our bhajia packs - wowee!
To order packs made with non-gluten-containing ingredients, please tick the box 'Make Curry Pack without gluten containing ingredients?' on your chosen dish's page.
When requesting one of our Curry Packs to be made with non-gluten-containing ingredients, we omit the fried onions (unfortunately these are fried in wheat flour, therefore unsuitable for a gluten-sensitive diet). Therefore, as your 'non-gluten' Curry Pack doesn't have onion included, we recommend to first fry off one fresh large onion until golden brown to give a good depth of flavour to your curry. Taking the time to cook the onion really makes a difference to the finished dish.
Please note, there may still be traces of gluten in your Curry Pack. This is due to the handmade nature of our products, each Curry Pack may contain PEANUTS, NUTS, SESAME SEEDS, CRUSTACEANS, SOYA, MUSTARD, CELERY, WHEAT, SULPHITES, MILK and other CEREALS containing gluten due to cross-contamination.
If you have any questions regarding allergens, or if you have specific dietary requirements, please don’t hesitate to contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call 01904 430 850 - our team are more than happy to help.
No Indian meal would be complete without a selection of pickles, chutneys and breads - but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered there too. A large percentage of our pickles and chutneys are made without gluten-containing ingredients, a few of our favourites include: Geeta’s Premium Mango chutney, which is made to an old family recipe. It uses Indian mangoes and whole spices which will add a great taste to any curry. If you prefer a pickle then we recommend trying Priya’s Lime Pickle . This is a traditional product with strong flavours to give a wonderful tangy bite. Both of these give a real taste of India to your meal.
When it comes to breads, although slightly trickier, we do have an option. Lee’s Akki Roti recipe which he brought back from his Indian sabbatical has no gluten containing ingredients, and is perfect for stuffing with your favourite curry. It’s made using rice flour and resembles a sort of pancake or chapati, yet lighter. Find out more, and try the recipe here.
If you’re not up to making your own bread, our other suggestion (though not technically a bread) would be papadums. They’re simple enough to make: just hold them over a flame for a few seconds or stick them in the microwave for the perfect, crunchy, non-gluten addition to your evening.