How many does 1 pack serve?
Each spice pack serves 4 – 5 people depending on portion size.
Is it just spices?
Yes! Pure unadulterated spices straight from Sri Lanka are the only things you will find in Hari Hari Spice Packs.
What if I remove the spice packs and get them mixed up?
There’s no need to worry. The Spice Pack sticker (1,2 & 3) are colour coordinated to your recipe card so you will always be able to put the right pack with the right recipe card.
Where do you deliver?
Currently to UK Mainland.
How do I pay?
You can pay through Paypal which also accepts all major credit cards. You do not have to have a PayPal account for this – just follow through the steps as instructed when you get to your shopping cart and it will treat you as a guest, allowing you to process the payment without having to join up with PayPal.
How do you post?
We use Royal Mail or My Hermes depending on parcel weight.
What does postage cost?
Free UK delivery for orders over £30 or £2.80 flat rate with Royal Mail.
How long will it take to deliver?
Based on Royal Mail’s estimates it will take 2 – 3 days to arrive at your door.
Do you deliver outside the UK?
As yet we do not deliver internationally. However, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a special arrangement. Unfortunately Australia and New Zealand have new customs policies so we will not be able to post there.
Are the curry packs suitable for special diets?
As the packs only contain spice, they are suitable for vegans, vegetarians and coeliacs. Being gluten free, dairy free and with no added salt or sugar they make for very versatile dietary needs.
What if the curry is too dry?
Add a little more water and/or coconut milk, a bit at a time until you reach the desired consistency.
What if the curry is too wet?
Cook the curry for a further 5 – 10 minutes with the lid open, to allow some of the extra liquid to evaporate.
What do I do with the leftovers?
You can freeze them. They will also keep in the fridge for up to 3 days.