A North Indian preparation of potatoes and chickpeas in a spicy hot sauce. A mouth watering delicacy, Aloo Chole is a common North Indian dish highly acclaimed as an accompaniment to chapatis and puris. It's a masterly combination of potatoes and chickpeas in a spiced hot sauce for a rich taste with a final tangy touch
Achari Aloo (Potatoes tempered with pickle spices)
Gas Burner: Take unopened foil pouch and immerse in boiling water for 3-5 minutes. Remove pouch, snip and serve.
Microwave oven: To cook in the microwave, empty the contents of the pack in the oven bowl and heat it for 1-2 minutes. Stir and serve
Cottage cheese in spinach gravy, Heera Palak Paneer is the easy way to enjoy this Indian favourite. The creamy dairy taste of the paneer (hard Indian cheese) is offset by the mushy textured taste of the palak (spinach). Simply heat on the hob or in a microwave and serve hot.
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A mild spicy preparation of Indian rice and mixed vegetables
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A rich and creamy potato based curry hails from the popular punjabi cuisine. the recipe is prepared with tomato and onion based sauce with deep fried baby potatoes. this creamy gravy is ideal when served with roti’s or naan but also tastes great with jeera rice or pulao.
This delicious dish comes from Punjab region of Northern India. This dish does not have turmeric. To give it it's authentic dark colour, you can add a tsp. tea leaves tied in muslin while boiling. This dish goes well with puri, roti, naan or rice.
For best results always cook from frozen. For best results cook in oven. Cooking Precautions: All appliances vary, these are guidelines only. Check food is cooked thoroughly and piping hot throughout before serving. Take care as products can be extremely hot after cooking.
An exotic dish from the northern region of India. Roasted to enhance the flavours, the aubergines are mashed with ginger, chillies and mixed spices. Serve as a main dish or a side dish with naan bread or chapattis.