Dinner is Served: Tikka Masala with Nummy Nibbles
As a retail outlet in the food world, we are so lucky that we are able to remain open and serve you. We are also fortunate that we get to support small producers by bringing their items into our shop. Today we are featuring Nummy Nibbles.
Nummy Nibbles is a Denver-based small business, specializing in gourmet condiments and sauces.
The company was launched by Subhash and Jyothi, a Denver couple, whose experiments with creating a spicy peanut butter led to some amazing, tasty, global flavors and eventually to a new product line – Gourmet Peanut Condiments! In mid-2018, they launched a line of authentic Indian Cooking Sauces that showcase Regional Indian flavors and are Certified Vegan, Whole30-approved and have no added sugars! Their philosophy is that flavorful foods should be easy, fun and accessible to all.
Their sauces take a simple dinner to a whole new level of flavor. Check out the recipe below for their tried and true tikka masala. The ingredient list is simple and we have proteins, rice, frozen peas and the sauces in the shop so you can grab everything in one stop.
To minimize the number of customers in our store at one time and to practice social distancing, we are encouraging our customers to place an order online for delivery or pickup or call your order in and we will pack it for you.
Be sure to use the code SHOPLOCAL for 5% off your purchase and we will donate 10% to local charities supporting the food industry.
Tofu or Chicken Tikka Masala
Makes: 4 - 6 servings; Prep time: 1 hour; Cooking time: 15 minutes
2 Tbsp Cooking oil
1 lb Extra firm Tofu, Chicken or your favorite protein - cubed
1/2 Medium Sized Bell Pepper - diced or peas
1/2 Medium Sized Onion - diced
Fresh Cilantro leaves [chopped] - for garnish
Pour 1/3rd cup Tikka Masala Sauce over the cubed Tofu [protein] and coat completely to marinate for an hour.
Remove Tofu [protein] from the marinate. Reserve the extra marinade for curry. Grill or broil the tofu/protein until slightly charred.
Heat oil in a pan. Saute onions & bell peppers until roasted. Pour reserved marinade & remaining Tikka Masala sauce into the pan and bring to simmer. Remove from heat and transfer to a serving dish. Add the grilled tofu [protein] into the sauce and garnish with chopped cilantro.
Enjoy with Naan bread or rice!
Meatball Malabar Curry
1 Jar Malabar Cooking Sauce
6-8 Frozen meatballs (we used Gardein meatless meatballs but you can substitute with your favorite)
1/2 Onion [sliced]
1/2 Bell pepper [chopped]
1 cup water
Add ingredients to Instant Pot. Put lid on. Turn on Pressure Cook mode and set the timer for 4 minutes (adjust for type of meatballs used). Release steam naturally for 2-3 minutes, then vent manually. And it's done!
Serve with rice/noodles/zoodles.
The Farmer's Market is over, but we have your favorites!
Summer is over (oh hey, snow) and the Sunday farmer's market has ended. Don't fret! We carry some of the items from local producers who were at the market in our shop, so you can devour their delicious items all year long. One of our favorite market tables is Nummy Nibbles. This Denver-based company creates sauces inspired by Indian flavors that makes cooking super easy and flavorful for you. Check out the different varieties we carry here.
Check out some other market faves you can find at St. Kilian's: