October 07, 2013

Pizza and curry combined. It’s finally here.


I am very excited to announce that pizza and curry have officially joined in holy matrimony.

I don’t want to appear melodramatic but when it comes to food inventions, this is pretty life-changing stuff.

These are not just any pizzas. These are Indian Flatbread Pizzas. In a nutshell, these consist of naan bread for a base (yum), curry sauce instead of the usual tomato (yum) and all of your usual toppings with an extra spicy kick (extra yum). If you would like to salivate over the different types of pizzas please click on the following options: Chicken MadrasSpinach and sweet potatoChicken Tikka Masala and Chicken Korma.

Honestly, I am getting hungry just typing this.

What makes this product extra awesome is the guy behind the brand Curry Dave. Obviously Dave is a dude because he is my brother – but he is also an extremely talented chef, having spent the years perfecting his skills in lots of exciting ways and multiple countries. First there was the curry house he owned in Chamonix called Poppadoms where he’d serve his flatbread pizzas to the staff before a busy night. Then he cooked professionally in restaurants before then founding Curry Dave and teaching Indian cookery classes, where Dave would turn up, crack some of his best jokes and teach groups of friends how to make the perfect curry. Because let’s be honest, it’s quite an important life skill to have.

These curry pizzas have just launched in participating Scotmid stores, the release date coincides with National Curry Week. At £3 and 12 minutes in the oven, you’d be a weirdo to say no..

Just follow Curry Dave on Twitter, so you can find out how to get your hands on one of these bad boys.

Remember. Curry saves lives.

(well at least hangovers)

So tag #NationalCurryWeek and say hello to Curry Dave.

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