Posts Tagged ‘indian fare’

Tikka Masala & Spiced Green Pea Rice – Target – Archer Farms – Food Review

07/23/2011

Target versus Trader Joe’s.  Who ever thought the world would come to this?

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Trader Joe’s Punjab Choley – Food Review

06/04/2011

Let me know if you find anyone who will kiss you after this.

Hot! Hot! Hot!

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TJ Indian Fare – Index – Food Review

05/15/2011

Trader Joe’s Indian Fare are quick and easy dishes suitable for a lunch, especially at the office.  The main problem with most of these is, they are more like a sauce than a meal.  TJ recommends they be eaten with rice, naan (Indian bread), pita bread or tortillas.  That makes them a better meal, but also makes it more difficult to use as a quick office lunch.  The main advantage to most of these is, they can be stored in a pocket-book size box at room temperature until opened, heated and eaten.  Preparation involves no more than tearing open a heavy-duty plastic and foil pouch, emptying the contents into a bowl and microwaving for a minute or two.  All of these taste good.  Most have a medium heat.  All will allow a little more variation into what we eat as everyday food without adding a lot of complication or expense.  All are priced at either $1.99 or $2.19.

Listed below are the links to the full review for each product and pictures.  The list is ranked best at the top and less best as the list goes down.  If you need a place to start, start at the top and work your way down.

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Trader Joe’s Madras Lentil – Food Review

05/15/2011

This is about the best yet of the TJ Indian Fare.  But …

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Trader Joe’s Pav Bhaji – Food Review

05/07/2011

Oh Boy!  This one will have you reaching for the nearest glass of cold water.

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Trader Joe’s Palak Paneer – Food Review

05/07/2011

Finally, one of TJ’s Indian Fare with pieces that are truly bite size.

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Trader Joe’s Dal Makhani – Food Review

04/19/2011

Pretty good stuff.  Nothing to write home about, but then worth a rotation on your lunch menu.

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Trader Joe’s Jaipur Vegetables – Food Review

03/27/2011

Once you take the plunge and accept that food in a cardboard box that is neither refrigerated, frozen or canned in tin is safe to eat, you’ll like TJ’s Jaipur Vegetables.

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