Brooklyn Delhi sells a range of Indian condiments made in small batches.
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Brooklyn Delhi Reviews
Tried Brooklyn Delhi's condiments at Fancy Foods in NYC this past year. Really, really good. The tikka masala was fabulous (and I'm usually not a massive Indian food guy). And I love what Ben Garthus and his team have done with the brand! Highly recommend, especially to those living in NYC.
The tomato achaar might be my favorite condiment of all time. I keep it in my pantry at all times. Hoping to find some more of their products locally to try those two!
I had the Guntur Sannam hot sauce. I've only had one bottle, but I want more — keep looking at my local grocery store for it, and I only find one or two units of their other products, not the hot sauce I'm looking for. It's just really tasty, warming, flavorful. So many hot sauces are either some version of sriracha, a flavored vinegar, or just too spicy to be used liberally. Don't get me wrong, all of those are good and I eat them, but I found this filled a unique slot in my fridge. Absolutely killer on scrambled eggs, especially an egg sandwich.
I just wish it was like...$2 cheaper. I go through it too quickly to justify buying too much.
I recently purchased the Cashew Butter Masala Simmer Sauce the Tikka Masala from Whole Foods after a suggestion from a friend. I've tried both with gnocchi and with rice + tofu scramble and I love both! I'm vegetarian and trying to go dairy free so these were both fantastic for adding super easy sauce to any dish
I bought them while they were on sale at whole foods but the regular price is a little high
Have only tried their Guntur Sannam hot sauce and while the taste is great, the brand created a very bad impression through their packaging. They cover the entire neck of the bottle with black wrapping, which you remove to discover there is no sauce in the covered part of the bottle. Erodes trust with consumers and makes them feel like the brand is trying to dupe them.
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