Found this... pre-cooked indian food in boil bags

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  1. alukban

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    I found this at a small, organic food market near me. It's pre-cooked indian food in boil bags! They were about 3 bucks per box and it said it makes 3 servings but it was only good for a quick snack for me. What I did however was to roast some squash and zuchini right along my skirt steak on the grill. I sliced up the roasted veggies and dumped the warmed up "Dal Tadka" right unto it - AWESOME :dblthumb:

    Here's what the boxes look like: "Kohinoor" brand.

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    I know not everyone likes indian food but I love it. The convenience of these boil bags just put another dimension of eating pleasure in my woods outings. I am imagining some red wine, a couple of whole potatos cooked in Al foil in the coals, boil up some water to heat the indian food and combine it with the potatos :32: If it is raining or you are just plain lazy, eat straight out of the bag. It's all pre-cooked :44:

    It looks like you can even get them from amazon. Different ones seems to cost more than others. Shop around gents :57:

    http://www.amazon.com/Kitchens-India-Bukhara-Lentil-10-Ounce/dp/B000LKTW3K/ref=pd_sim_dbs_gro_6
     
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    i have eaten that stuff many times.. they were a staple of mine when i was a bachelor..:)
     
  3. alukban

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    Then YOU have been holding out on me brother!! :58: HA HA :57:
     
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    Good on instant mashed potatoes, ramen or 10 minute boil-in-the-bag rice. I find them in the regular grocery store, Cost Plus World Market and at Target around here. There are several different brands and Cost Plus WM even has shelf stable Naan bread.
     
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    Thanks! I love Indian food!
     
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    Me+Indian food=[​IMG]
     
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    Nice find, thanks for letting us know.
     

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