Wednesday, 7 December 2011

MTR ready to eat Palak paneer curry






A product of MTR foods:

Initially thought it was some Japanese brand pretending to be Indian because of the Japanese wordings, but after browsing the web it turned out to be made in India.
Usually with curries it comes in the form of sauce and meat needs to be added, however this is a vegetarian one so it can be eaten straight away after heating.
After heating it up, it smelt and tasted like the real thing from Indian restaurants.
It did not taste as if it came out from the pack, and the spinach tasted fresh too.
I am now tempted to try their other flavours as well and their other snacks, however not all can be found at the local supermarket.

Other curries and snacks they do:
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Paneer Butter Masala
Tender chunks of cottage cheese or paneer cooked in rich butter – just the way the North Indians like it!
Paneer Butter Masala
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Paneer Makhani
Once a staple in North India, this dish has now found popularity all over the country. Cooked in rich tomato & butter gravy, you can dig into tender chunks of well-browned cottage cheese.
Paneer Makhani
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Rajma Masala
Red kidney beans with a thick tasty gravy, straight from the heartland of Punjab.
Rajma Masala
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Muttar Paneer
Team it with rice or bread, it’s a delicious curry of peas with chunky pieces of cottage cheese.
Muttar Paneer
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Navratan Kurma [interesting fruit curry]
Filled with carefully picked vegetables and dry fruits, a rich royal flavoured curry to delight your senses.
Navratan Kurma
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Shahi Paneer
A royal delicacy overflowing with chunks of creamy cottage cheese in a rich gravy. Straight from the heartland of North India.
Shahi Paneer
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Pongal
Tuck into a delectable combination of lentils and rice, seasoned with peppercorns & spices.
Pongal
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Alu Methi
A simple yet delicious dish of potatoes combined with fenugreek leaves , a staple diet in part of the North India.
Alu Methi
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Khadi Pakora
Delicious pakoras in a creamy, yogurt- based curry, a traditional dish from cold regions of North India.
Khadi Pakora
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Kesaribhath /Kesar Suji Halwa
A sweet delicacy made from Suji, flavoured with saffron & garnished with nuts.
Kesaribhath /Kesar Suji Halwa
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Bhindi Masala [i am surprised bhindi can be kept fresh in ready to eat packs]
Ladies finger cooked with the perfect blend of spices.
Bhindi Masala
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Lemon Rice  [i love lemon]
Add a lemony twist to rice.
Lemon Rice
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Peas & Mushroom Curry
Green peas and button mushrooms in a delightful gravy.
Peas & Mushroom Curry
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