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Kitchens of India (KOI) brings the diverse culinary heritage of India to the world by creating the forgotten delicacies of a bygone era, when maharajas ruled the land and cooking was an art perfected by few. KOI has even been to the highest peak in the world!Young mountaineer, Gaurav Sharma, took KOI to new heights as he scaled Mount Everest. He relished the Ready-To-Eat Dinners during his 4 month expedition— a testament to the convenience and taste of this remarkable brand. Offering a full range, the products are 100% natural, authentic Indian, Vegetarian, Kosher, competitively priced and easy to prepare. But the KOI story goes even further than that. Envisioning a larger societal purpose has always been a hallmark of ITC, the makers of Kitchens of India, embodying “a commitment beyond the market”. This is reflected in not only the products themselves, but in the company’s extensive efforts in enhancing the Triple Bottom Line: Economic, Social and Environmental capital. President Barack Obama and The First Lady recently visited India. They stayed at Maurya, ITC’s premier hotel and ate at ITC restaurants Bukharaand Dum Pukht. A feast was created by the master chefs of the hotels – the same culinary wizards that created the exquisite range of KOI products.
Bukhara has been declared the best Indian restaurant in the world by “The Restaurant Magazine”, UK. In addition to experiencing the amazing hotel and food, President Obama was able to see first-hand the sustainability efforts of ITC through one of its key initiatives, e-Choupal. Recognizing the need to reserve and enrich precious environmental resources, e-Choupal leverages the internet to empower small farmers by enabling them with resources they would not have access to otherwise. With over 6,500 internet stalls, e-Choupal services today reach over 4 million farmers growing crops in over 40,000 villages! Previously, Hilary Clinton visited India and actually used one of the ITC/KOI LEED offices to announce a vision for Indo-US collaboration on climate change. ITC’s Green Centre in Delhi is the world’s largest building to be awarded the LEED platinum rating! Energy consumption was slashed by 51% and water consumption dropped by 40%! ITC’s commitment to quality, authenticity, the environment and its people is unmatched by any other company in the country. The company is the only company in the world to be Carbon Positive, Water Positive and Solid Waste Positive.It’s no wonder Kitchens of India is one of the fastest growing Indian brands in America!
Rich, mildly spiced gravy that recreates the taste of truly mouth-watering Butter Chicken. Just add tender nuggets of chicken. Cook and serve. This is an all-new Indian cooking idea that enables the preparation of classic cuisine in just a few moments. The curry paste boasts of hand-picked spices in just the right measure, artfully blended by the Master Chefs following a rare, traditional recipe.
It is truly the most deliciously authentic way to recreate the delicious Indian recipe. This paste by itself is fully vegetarian.
For more variety, try Kitchens of India Curry Paste Variety Pack.
The desire to bring this delectable fare to the rest of the world has given birth to the venture called 'Kitchens of India'. With same Master Chefs, same Indian recipes, same cooking methods and the same great Indian taste, authentic delicacies from ITC 's Gourmet restaurants is now available in 'imported 4 layer retort keep fresh' pouches. These Indian dishes trace their origin to a bygone era when Maharajas ruled the land and cooking was an art form perfected by few.
Kitchens of India Ready-to-eat dishes are a selection of authentic Indian recipes from ITC’s gourmet restaurants, specially re-created with deliberation and love by the Master Chefs. Each recipe has been handed down from one generation of Master Chefs to another. The range of Indian recipes on the offer spans the entire terrain from the far flung regions of the north-west frontiers to the coastal regions of the south.With ITC's Kitchens Of India Ready-to-eat products, nothing has changed, except where you eat. Completely free of preservatives and absolutely delicious, there's no better way to discover Indian food.
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If you have not had this before you really need to try it. It is a staple at our house.. This and a roasted chicken you can have dinner in 15 min! Yea!Published 14 hours ago by Sally Wilkerson
While I admit I'm not the best cook, the KOI packet seemed to work magic. It's a little on the salty side, but just following the directions and perhaps adding tofu (as a lower fat... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Tammy W. Yee
I love this stuff. Easy to whip together, and delicious! We boil an egg to put in it too. Love it!Published 3 days ago by Danielle Patton
I use 2% Milk instead of the water, and I also add in some spicy curry powder (at the same time). Really simple, ALMOST restaurant quality butter chicken. Read morePublished 3 days ago by david evert
My family says that this has a little bit of a spicy kick to it, although I can't really taste the spicy-ness. Overall a delicious curry to make.Published 4 days ago by Fichidius
This is the only prepared sauce I have found to match EXACTLY what this dish tastes like in an Indian restaurant. RECOMMEND.Published 7 days ago by D. Indiviglio
It really doesn't get any easier than this. I chose to use chicken thighs because they have a little more 'flavor' being the darker meat. Read morePublished 9 days ago by S. Fitzgerald
My wife and I cook butter chicken curry using this paste usually about once a week for the past 6 months or so. We, sometimes, add some extra veggies to it like onions or carrots. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Mista Bice
Very tasty and easy to prepare; you just dump some chicken and butter in water with this stuff and wait for the instructed time period. Read morePublished 25 days ago by CuriousStudent