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Frozen entrees

Ken Hoffman | Oct 16, 200210:35 AM

Wandering through a local South Asian grocery, I purchased three frozen dinners. The first two , made by Curry Classics (Arch Foods, NJ), Chicken Biryani and Chicken Tokka Makhanwala. Both were very good with the latter providing an excellent complex red sauce bathing generous and tender bite size pieces of chicken. the biryani rice was fluffy and greaseless,quite amazing for a frozen entree. The third dinner vegetable haka noodles (Mirch Marsala,NJ), purports to recreate the roadside "Dhaba" restaurant cuisine known throughout India. This was a delicious and fiery concoction of thin wheat noodles and veges.
I was impressed with all three products and would happily purchase them again. they are for example, far superior to the non frozen entress foil packaged at Trader Joes.

There are a world of international frozen foods out there.

Does anyone else care to share any of their favs?


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