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February 19, 2013

Palak Paneer in a Box

by jem614

KOI1This packet reminds me of the military rations my parents somehow got a hold of the summer before 8th grade.  We were living out of our cars (don’t ask, my parents were rolling stones and probably wanted to re-live the 60’s), eating military rations and taking showers in the school pool bathrooms.  It was the 80s or almost 90s and things were different.  We were also living in Alaska…. but I digress.

I picked up this package in Whole Foods last week and I was very skeptical that I could enjoy Palak Paneer out of a box.  I enjoy Amy’s Paneer but wanted to try something different.  I have to admit, I actually liked this box’d version better than Amy’s!  Can you imagine a box tasting good?  Especially one that has an expiration date of 2014 and has no preservatives?  This is like space food- it seems like it could last forever.  The only difference is that you don’t have to add water.  It’s all done and ready, you just cut open the package and pour into a pot, cook and serve!  How easy is that?

I enjoyed my Palak Paneer with some lebanese bread that we bought from The Village Mediterranean a couple of weeks ago.  We store it in the freezer so it stays fresh.

For more information go to http://www.kitchensofindia.com/

Here is a picture of the completed product.  Don’t let it’s “baby-food” like appearance deceive you, it’s extremely tasty (I might venture to say it’s tastier than some restaurants!).

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December 19, 2012

Kitchens of India Black Gram Lentils Curry (Dal Bukhara)

by ashley

BlackGramLentilsCurryAffordable, quick, nutritious and delicious – when I need to whip something up fast for lunch, dinner or even a snack, Kitchens of India’s Black Gram Lentils Curry (Dal Bukhara) is one of my favorite options. Even my meat-loving better half loves this as a snack with warm naan.

A 1/2 cup is only 150 calories, and the preparation couldn’t be simpler. Cut the package open, heat in a pan or microwave, and serve with bread or rice. Garlic naan is my favorite combination.

Once opened, store in the refrigerator in a sealed tupperware – I like to take some for lunch the next day.

KitchensofIndia Black Lentils Curry

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