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Tiger Easy Indian Heat & Eat, Chana Masala with Basmati Cumin Rice, 19.4-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)

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About the Product

  • Box of 19.4 ounce in a pack of 6 (total of 116.4 ounce)
  • Exciting fully prepared authently flavored Indian meal cooked with fresh roasted spieces
  • Stand up pouch cooked in the microwave in 2 minutes
  • Its 100% Natural
  • Part of an exciting range of microwavable, complete and 100% Natural Indian meals, delicious authentic sauce with a premium quality Basmati rice


Product Description

Easy Indian Chana Masala with Basmati Jeera Rice is a vegetarian dish made from chick peas and a traditional homestyle Tikka curry sauce, spiced with fresh ground cumin. Chana Masala has been prepared in the traditional Dhabha style. The dish is fragrant with warm and exotic spices such as cardamom, cloves, cinnamon and turmeric. Fruity pomegranate further enhances the delicate flavour.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 8.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00199CLRG
  • UPC: 846462127158
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #315,168 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Ingredients
Chana Masala: Chickpeas (42%), Tomatoes, onions, water, sunflower Oil, ginger, garlic, mixed Spices(dry Pomegranate, coriander, Cumin, black Pepper, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, fennel, (Turmeric), salt.basmati Cumin Rice:Rice (70%), Water, sunflower Oil, cumin(0.5%), salt. This Product may Contain Nuts or Traces of Nuts.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Tessmer on March 7, 2009
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My wife and I love Indian food - I prefer the hotter the better, but she prefers mild with rich flavors. The Tiger Tiger products fall right in the middle as an excellent compromise. We've tried the Chana Masala, Mutter Paneer and Veggie Korma, all with excellent luck, but with a word of advice. If you think of these products as complete meals (as they are advertised), you will be pleased but not blown away. However, if you think of them as an excellent place to start, then the possibilities are endless.

With the Chana Masala, we usually add another can of chick peas and some cilatro or other herb that cooks well. Then we just let it simmer on the stove top for 30-60 minutes. With very little supervision, and medium low heat, you won't have any concerns over burning, and like many "saucy" foods, it just gets better with time. They give this a 3-star spice rating, but it is NOT hot in any sense of the word. I usually add a little chili oil to my serving to punch it up because it adds hot without affecting the flavors.

The Mutter Paneer is excellent as is, and the only thing we have found that we like to add is a very healthy dose of chopped fresh spinach. Spinach is already one of the ingredients, so we just put the Tiger Tiger sauce in a pan and add about 6-8 oz of fresh spinach. It takes about 7-10 minutes for the newly added spinach to cook down, and the result is great.

The Veggie Korma is probably the easiest to doctor up because it closely resembles a sweet Thai curry sauce (in our opinion, anyway). You can add any combination of steamed vegetables (green beans, broccoli, asparagus, carrots, etc.) and protein (chicken, shrimp, fish, tofu, etc.) and you'll almost certainly come up with an excellent product.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brant A. Hughes on September 6, 2008
Quite honestly I did not believe you could get quality "instant" Indian fare. Amazon's special pricing me decide to try three cases, the Chana Masala, Paneer and Taka Dal. There are two plastic bags, one rice, the other the sauce. I had no trouble heating them to boiling hot in my small microwave. Truly delicious, spicy which should appeal to those with leanings towards Mexican or Sezchaun Chinese. The only negative and diabetics beware, a single serving of any these three may provide 100 grams of carbs or more!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 5, 2008
Would have given this a four or five star rating if not for two problems. The first was the food is not completely cooked, quite "al dente". Both the rice and chick peas in sauce required additional cooking. The taste is quite good but what rates this a one star review is the "dirt/sand" contained in the meal. I tried both the Chana Masala and the Mutter Paneer and both had a bit of crunchy, gritty in it.
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My family doesn't eat a lot of Indian food, so this was sort of a step out of our comfort zone. I really enjoyed it through! It was easy to cook, and very tasty. I don't really see it as a main dish the way I'd been thinking it would be, though. I would definitely serve it along with something else, and maybe with bread as well. I put some of the leftovers on a piece of french bread and it was surprisingly tasty! If you don't eat a lot of Indian food, I think this is a great starting point.
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