about holy cow!

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Our mum taught Indian cooking around Oxfordshire for years. Her simple home-cooked recipes wowed her students too, who pleaded with her to bottle her unique flavours. And Holy Cow! was born, in the summer of ‘99.

Our products were developed in our home kitchen by our genuine Indian mum, using recipes that have passed down generations. And that is why our food has layers of flavour (and then a kick of heat, of course)

After years of selling our sauces to local independent delis and garden centres up and down the country, we eventually broke into the supermarkets in the UK with our first big contract with Asda in 2009. We haven’t looked back since…


We now produce a range of sauces, marinades, curry sauces, curries, and snacks. We have just launched our innovative Indian street food range.

Until 2009, the range was manufactured in our facility in Witney, lovingly known as ‘The Farm’, but we very quickly out-grew it. We now produce the range in a larger factory, and have more people working just as hard to ensure every bottle is exactly the way it should be.

We’re faithful to our roots of cooking food home-style. We even make our factory cook our curry sauces mirroring how we cook them in our kitchen, much to their annoyance! What can we say… if the delicate layers of flavour don’t come out right, mum will slap us silly.

Award Winning Sauces

We’ve won prestigious awards for our sauces. From ‘The Great Taste Awards’ in 2006, The Grocer Magazine’s ‘Best New Product Award’ in 2014 and 2015 and The Caterer’s ‘Product Excellence Award’ in December 2016!

AwardsWe now supply some of the largest contract caterers, schools & universities, and sports events in the country, with our food service range of 1Kg pouches of Holy Cow! Curry Sauce.

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  • Julie

    This curry sauce is fantabulous! I only bought the Mangalore Malabar just to give it a try. Will be buying a few more with my on-line shop later today. I cooked it as a chicken dish with added new potatoes &baby peas…….yummy! I have just eaten it cold for lunch & it’s just as tasty. If you do nothing else, just try it and see…..

  • Paul Standley

    Only heard of these a couple of days ago – I made a prawn curry with the “Goan Prawn curry sauce”
    tonight and it was fabulous, 10 out of 10 frankly, very impressed.