Recipes & Ideas

The great thing about Mr Vikkis’ sauces is how versatile they are. When you have one of those days when the cupboard and the fridge is looking a bit bare and you’re not sure what to eat, then Mr Vikkis can help!

You can mix our sauces, pickles and mustards with all sorts of things to make a simple, delicious meal brimming with  flavour. See below for a series of ideas about how to make the best of our products, and enjoy trying some of these delicious, super hot recipes!

Simple ideas for using our sauces

  • Most of our curry sauces can be used to marinade or cook with meat or veg
  • You can combine them with yoghurt to create an instant, creamier sauce
  • With our pickles and chutneys you can try adding a spoon to pasta sauce or a stew to give your recipe a bit of a kick

Some fabulous recipes to try!

Mandy Chubb’s

South Indian garlic chicken.

  • 4 chicken breasts
  • 1 large white onion (chopped)
  • I jar/carton of pasata
  • 100ml sunflower oil
  • 20 grams of Mr Vikkis Garlic Pickle (I use a whole jar)
  • 10 grams of garlic paste
  • 10 grams of ginger paste
  • 5 grams of turmeric
  • 5 grams of fenugreek (Morrisons)
  • 5 grams of cumin seeds
  • 5 grams of red chillie powder
  • 3 green chilliest (chopped)
  • 1 green pepper (chopped)
  • 1 red pepper (chopped)
  • Fresh coriander to garnish
  • S&P to taste.

Heat oil in pan and add the onions, fenugreek cumin seeds and green chillies (open your window ???? ???? ????
Cook the onions till they go a golden brown then add the garlic and ginger paste red chillie powder and turmeric stir and add the pasata and Mr Vickie’s garlic pickle, heat through then add the sliced chicken breast and chopped peppers.
Add S&P if desired (I actually don’t) and once the chicken is cooked sprinkle with fresh coriander n serve with rice naan bread and Mr Vickie’s Lime Pickle.

Thanks to Mandy for that, and if you want to recreate this little beauty of a recipe then just click the links to the products above and off you go! Enjoy.

mmr vikkis customer recipe image

Slow Cooker Jerk Chicken Stew

Makes 8.


  • 400g of diced chicken or turkey breast
  • 1/3 of a jar of Voodoo Jerk paste
  • 1 peeled and chopped carrot
  • 2 sticks of chopped celery
  • 1 diced onion
  • 3 tablespoons of dark soy sauce
  • 1 stock cube
  • 1 tablespoon of flour
  • 28g of lard
  • 50g tomato paste
  • 400ml of water
  • sea salt to season

Heat the lard, add meat and vegetables.

Saute until nicely browned.

Add water and keep stirring.

Add soy sauce and stock cube.

Add a pinch of sea salt.

Bring to boil and place on low in slow cooker, or cook on the hob for low for 25 minutes.

Serves 8 with whole grain rice.

mr vikkis jerk stew

The Best Chilli Jam Scotch Eggs

Makes 5 – 6.


  • 1.5lbs lean pork mince
  • 8 fresh free range eggs
  • Quarter jar of Mr. Vikki’s Chilli Jam
  • 1 teaspoons Mr. Vikki’s HHH
  • Breadcrumbs

Take the mince and season well with salt and pepper, mix in the chilli jam and HHH – use King Naga if you want a little extra kick or leave both out and add a bit more chilli jam for a sweeter taste.

Hard boil 5-6 of the eggs.

Wrap each egg in sausage meat.

Use 2 eggs whisked up and roll your sausage meat wrapped eggs in this, then dredge them in the breadcrumbs.

Deep fry turning once and when the eggs are fully floating they are ready. Set on kitchen paper and allow to cool a little.


mr vikkis scotch eggs with chilli jam

Easy Garlic Mushrooms!


  • 1 punnet of fresh mushrooms. Any variety you fancy.
  • 1 medium pot of double cream
  • Half a veg stock cube
  • Quarter jar of Mr. Vikki’s Garlic Pickle

Glug of olive oil in a pan, add the mushrooms and garlic pickle.

Stir fry for 2 mins then add the cream and stock cube.

Bring to the boil and simmer till the cream has reduced by 1/3rd.

Serve and enjoy – it’s really that quick, simple and super tasty!

mr vikkis easy garlic mushrooms

Base Gravy {Curry sauce}

For Curries. All your favourites can be created from this base gravy, it can be frozen in take away containers or tupperware to use later.

  • 4 x Big onions chopped up roughly.
  • 50 grams unpeeled fresh ginger chopped up roughly. 50 grams peeled
  • fresh garlic chopped up roughly.
  • 200mls vegetable oil
  • 1tsp heaped salt
  • 240g (small) tin of chopped tomatoes
  • 1tbs tomato puree
  • 1tsp turmeric
  • 1tsp Paprika
  • 1/2 Jar North Indian Curry Paste
  • 100ml coconut milk
  • 500mls water approx, {enough to cover}
  • 6 cloves Garlic crushed
  • 1 peeled carrot
  • 150g cabbagge sliced


1. Fry the Garlic in the oil until golden brown.

2. Add all other ingredients add enough water to cover .

3. Bring it up to the boil then turn down to a light simmer covered tightly cook for 2hrs until very tender, keep water level the same throughout cooking adding more if necessary

4. liquidize until smooth add more water if need consistency should be that of single cream.

So there you have it, the secret that thousands of curry houses in the UK, of which they loathed to share.

We use Mr Vikkis spices as give extra flavour.

Before you get started there is another fundamental secret to making the perfect curry: Seasoned Oil. Make sure you have this and the above base created before embarking on cooking specific meals.

mr vikkis curry sauce

Pressure cooked Goan Lamb Keswick Curry

(you can also do this on the hob just adjust your times)


  • 1 jar Mr Vikki’s Kewsick Curry Sauce
  • Half a jar Mr Vikki’s Hot Goan Curry Paste
  • 1.5lbs lean lamb cut chunky
  • 2 large onions
  • 2 green peppers
  • Table spoon Mr Vikki’s garlic Pickle (optional)

Cut the lamb really chunky and get your hands in with the Goan paste so it’s well covered and mixed in.

Leave to marinade in the fridge for up to 3 days.

Brown your lamb in the pressure cooker and add the onions and peppers.

Add the Keswick curry sauce and garlic pickle and half a jar of water using the curry sauce jar.

Pressure cook on high pressure for 14 minutes and use slow release.

Serve with rice or nan with mango chutney and lime pickle.


my vikkis curry paste lamb recipe

Hot Coriander Baked Salmon

So easy, quick and utterly delicious you won’t believe you’ve made this!


  • 2 good sizes salmon fillets
  • Quarter bottle of Mr Vikki’s Hot Coriander Sauce

Set the oven to 190c.

Coat the fillets with a good glug each of the Hot Coriander Sauce.

Bake for 18 mins in the top of the oven.

Serve and enjoy!

mr vikkis hot coriander sauce baked salmon recipe

Home Roast Mango Ham


  • 4lb leg of ham
  • Half a jar of Mango Chutney
  • Rinse the leg in water for at least 1 hour to reduce the salt content.

Cut the fat on the top of the joint into diamonds and roast at 190c for 20 mins per pound and 20 mins over.

The last 30 mins of cooking remove the joint from the oven and cover well with the Mango Chutney. Really get it pressed into all the grooves on the top and each end too.

Return to the over for the last 30 mins – job done!


mr vikkis mango chutney ham recipe image

Mr Vikki’s Pasta

#ChefsTea not staff Tea! Fast and delicious Cheap too. Recipe for 4 Chefs.


  • Spaghetti 100g
  • 1 Tin Anchovies
  • 500ml passatta good Stuff
  • Big glug Extra Virgin
  • 2Tbs Capers
  • 1/2 Jar Garlic Pickle
  • 1 Tsp or to taste #KingNaga
  • 1 Onion
  • Parmesan and chopped Parsley black pepper to finish

Cook Spaghetti then drain.

Sweat Onion in Xtra Virgin gently, add Garlic Pickle.

Add King Naga, sweat some more, add Passata, capers and Anchovies. (you can’t tell they are fish when finished)

Reduce till glossy. Stir in Spaghetti, mix well, top with Parmesan and chopped Parsley black pepper.

King Naga super spicy pasta sauce


  • Spaghetti 100g
  • 1 Tin Anchovies (optional if you’re veggie)
  • 500ml  Passatta
  • A big glug of Extra Virgin olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons of Capers
  • 1/2 Jar of Mr Vikkis Garlic Pickle
  • 1 Tsp or to taste of Mr Vikkis King Naga
  • 1 Onion, finely chopped
  • Parmesan and chopped parsley, salt and black pepper to finish

Put your spaghetti on to cook in a pan of boiling water.

Heat the oil in a pan and sweat the onion gently until it’s translucent in colour. Then add your Garlic Pickle, King Naga and keep cooking for another few minutes. Add the Passata, capers and anchovies and keep cooking over a medium heat until the sauce has reduced and is glossy in appearance.

Drain your cooked spaghetti and mix in the sauce. Top it with some grated parmesan, chopped parsley and salt and pepper and serve hot.

North African Lamb/Mutton Tagine

Servings Recipe for 4/6 people:
Prep Time:20mins
Cooking Time:2 hrs

750g piece of lamb leg on bone,{works out cheaper to bone yourself and bonus of a nice bone to go in stew}
Half jar of Mr Vikkis Harissa Paste
400g finely diced onion
20g finely sliced Green Chilli
1 tbs Cumin seeds toasted
40g Garlic cloves crushed
150mls Water
1 tin anchovies diced up{don’t worry if you dont like them totally undetectable}
10 peppercorns
150g Aubergine diced
400ml packet of Passatta
240g butter beans
75ml Olive oil
210g courgette
Juice 2 lemon save the zest for couscous
lamb stock cube
Pinch Salt
1 can drained and washed butter beans
Fresh chopped Coriander (optional)
50g halved Sun dried Moroccan Olive (optional)
tsp flour

Cooking method:1.Place the Onions,garlic and boned out lamb,Olive oil,flour,cumin and bones in a thick bottomed pan brown until golden then add pinch of salt
2. Add the diced Aubergine,Courgette,Harissa,anchovies,Passatta,pepper, Lemon juice,Oliveswater and stock cube
3.Stir well bring to a rapid boil,then place in a tagine casserole dish place in a pre-heated oven on 165c for 2 hours
4.Now the sauce should be lovely and thick add the Butter Beans and coriander stir well,pop back in oven for 5 minutes,serve with fluffy cous cous  recipe below

For the Cous cous:
340g Cous cous
80g Raisins
30g Olive oil
420 ml boiling water
Cooking method: Place 420 ml boiling water,Oil,Raisins and zest on Cous cous, stir well then cover,after 4 minutes  fluff it up,before serving give 4 mins in the microwave to reheat.