Kitchens of India Heat & Eat, Dinner Variety Pack, 10 Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)
- The range of Indian recipes on the offer spans the entire terrain from the far-flung regions of the northwest frontiers to the coastal regions of the south.
- These delicacies are available in imported 4 layer retort pouches that keep them fresh for over a year.
- Includes one each of Dal Bukara - Black Lentil Curry, Palak Paneer- Spinach w/Cottage Cheese, Rajma Masala - Red Kidney Bean Curry, Navratan Korma - Mixed Vegetable & Cottage Cheese Curry; Jpav Bhaji - Mashed Vegetable Curry, Pindi Chana-Chick Pea Cu
- Kitchens of India Ready-to-eat dishes are a selection of authentic Indian recipes from ITCs gourmet restaurants
- The offer spans the entire terrain from the far-flung regions of the northwest frontiers to the coastal regions of the south
- These delicacies are available in imported 4 layer retort pouches that keep them fresh for over a year
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Kitchens of India - Ready to Eat Dinner Variety Pack of 6
This variety pack contains one each of six delicious 10 oz. ready to eat dinners. Red Kidney Beans Curry (Rajma Masala), Black Gram Lentils Curry (Dal Bukhara), Chick Peas Curry (Pindi Chana), Mixed Vegetable and Cottage Cheese Curry (Navratan Korma), Mashed Vegetable Curry (Pav Bhaji) and Spinach with Cottage Cheese and Sauce (Palak Paneer).
For more variety, try Kitchens of India Curry Paste Variety Pack.
Kitchens of India Indian food - delicious, rich in variety and extremely popular!
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.
Kitchens of India - Uniquely Indian
What makes our Indian cooking special, authentic, and yet unique, is the touch of our Master Chefs. The talent and expertise they posses cannot be learnt from a cookbook.It is their attention to detail that has helped the Master Chefs preserve the authentic taste of traditional Indian cooking. Infact most of them apprentice for years before they take charge. Even the cooking style and means they use - brass urns, copper vessels and specially built large tandoors, all date back to a bygone era.
It is this attention to detail that has helped the Master Chefs preserve the authentic taste of traditional Indian cooking. Hence, the Master Chefs must surely be the reason why people come back for more.Now through Kitchens Of India, a selection of delectable delights, made from rare recipes handed down through generations to our Master Chefs, is made available in a ready-to-eat form.
Flavor: Variety Pack | Size: 10-Ounce (Pack of 6)
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Top Customer Reviews
Each package has 480 calories, which is rather incredible for just 10 ounces of Indian food with no ghee or paneer. In fairness, it is high in fiber and protein and low in bad fats, so it is probably an ideal choice for skinny vegans/vegetarians. But for those like me that eat plenty of dairy and meat but are trying to keep a few meals light but flavorful and filling, there are better options, particularly the Dal Bukara (340 calories) and Rajma Masala (270) by the same maker and several options from MTR or Tasty Bite.
ETA: I understand it's technically 2.3 servings, but my original review was geared in terms of a quick office lunch, which is how I most often consume shelf-stable foods like this. For me (tall male), 10 ounces of food is about what I expect for lunch. So I still eat this, but usually as an addition to a family meal with a couple of other dishes and rice. In that context, I full endorse the recommendation of other commenters to heat with a can of regular chickpeas (drained), ideally after sauteing a bit of garlic or onion. The flavor spreads nicely, plus it's a bit healthier and cheaper that way.
As these types of vegetarian items (or near veggie since some of the sampler includes paneer cheese which is like cubes of tofu but with a cheesy taste), are highly pureed in texture, except when there are beans, they can be used as sauces over rice, shell pasta, quinoa, couscous, polenta, potatoes, etc. The bean ones could be heated and used in lieu of soup or chili for lunch with a crusty french bread for instance. Would pair great with a fresh salad.
Product is excellent for those looking for all those great spices like cumin, curry, tumeric, peppers, and the like. Also qualifies as a whole food.
Highly portable since packaged in tear away foil packets which are light weight and could be eaten out of them in a pinch if don't mind your fingers getting a bit messy reaching in and out of the foil to spoon out the food. I don't recommend trying to eat with a fork as even the bean ones are in sauces. Foil packages are not for the microwave but product eats fine at room temperature. Great for camping, picnics, road trips, etc.
Overall, this is another winner among the pre-packaged Indian meals: a mildly spicy, beautifully-colored, creamy-textured sauce for rice or bread made with a base of ground peanuts, sesame seeds, and almonds. The flavor is very complex: the onion, tamarind, and coconut give it a slight sweetness; the garlic, ginger, tamarind, and curry leaves add a bit of tangy bite; and the large chunks of chili peppers lend a very mild heat. I like to add cayenne powder to increase the heat a bit. It is also good with a few raisins and almonds sprinkled on top and I have added whole cubanelle peppers steamed in the microwave to bulk it up into a complete meal when served with brown basmati rice.
The quality of this product is similar to what might be found in a standard Indian buffet restaurant here in the U.S. Some people may not like the flavor of some typical Indian spices, especially coriander, which has a soapy taste to certain palates, but fans of Indian food who like coriander should enjoy eating this.
There are no preservatives and the mirch ka salan is vegetarian but not vegan as it contains some ghee. As is typical of these retort-packaged Indian meals, it is high in sodium and fat. As others have noted, it is easy to pour off a spoonful or so of oil before serving.
Note that each packet is 2.5 servings but realistically is the right amount for one or possibly two people depending on what it is served with so adjust accordingly:
Calories from fat 160
Total fat 18g 28% RDA
Saturated Fat 4.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Been buying the Red Kidney Bean Curry for years. Husband and I love them with a side of rice.Published 3 days ago by Char
I'll start by typing that I love Kitchens of India. Their products are delicious and high quality (especially the butter chicken curry paste). Read morePublished 6 days ago by Joel Rice
Oh my! I just ate this and it is amazing!! I got this at Costco. There's nothing to fixing dinner but it is just incredibly delicious. It is spicy but not too hot. Read morePublished 7 days ago by dog devotee
Usually I make my own Indian food or go out for it, but when I saw this product I thought I'd give it a go so I could have a quick 'n easy standby on days when I don't have the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by meowmeow
The products from the Kitchens of India are always very delicious.Published 2 months ago by C. H. Dobson
We love this easy to prepare meal and it is much more reasonably priced than in our grocery store. My husband likes to heat and eat. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JAS
Reasonably priced, and most of these flavors are really good! They smell so fragrant, even before you heat them up. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Elizabeth
I really like Kitchens of India's foods. I would purchase this again. I have purchased many of Kitchen's of India's items and so far I am not disappointed. Thank you AmazonPublished 3 months ago by Andyski
Flavor, 5 stars, value, 4 stars. Other brands are better value for money, but the flavor is quite nice.Published 3 months ago by nukeduster