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Kitchens Of India Ready To Eat Pav Bhaji, Mashed Vegtable Curry, 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)

Kitchens Of India Ready To Eat Pav Bhaji, Mashed Vegtable Curry, 10-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)

  • Case of six 10-ounce boxes (total of 60 ounces)
  • Buttery, mildly spicy curry of mashed potatoes, tomatoes, green peas, onions
  • Vegetarian; all-natural; no preservatives; no trans fat; kosher
  • Ready to eat: heat on stove top or in microwave and serve
  • Made in India

Kitchens of India Ready to Eat Pav Bhaji, Mashed Vegetable Curry, Just heat & eat. They are vegetarian, 100% natural, no preservatives. It is an authentic Indian cuisine. Pav Bhaji is an authentic Indian recipe, created by the master chefs of ITC Hotels. Mashed fresh vegetables simmered in butter and lightly spiced, creating a deliciously mouthwatering dish. This delight is now available in a ready-to-eat pack. HACCP certified. Kitchens of India – Mashed Vegetable Curry (Pav Bhaji) A mouthwatering dish of lightly spiced, mashed fresh vegetables simmered in butter over a sizzling hot tava (pan).
For more variety, try Kitchens of India Curry Paste Variety Pack.
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5 Comments/Reviews

  • Alexandra Hankins says:

    Most kitchen antiques I’ve seen are red and even today a lot of people have red appliances and utensils in their kitchens. Is there a reason behind all the red?

  • alyssa leonard says:

    In the following video at the point of 2.15 mins

    Can somebody tell me the ingredients for the red chutney…
    as every pav bhajiwala uses this paste

    I asked many of them but they don’t response well to tell anything

    I always use to get extra chutney with pav bhaji plate

    Its taste like garlic onion and (no salt)

    Plz help me out regarding this. If possible try to ask pav bhaji wala to whom you know.


  • DammkxCordore says:

    Do you know how to make Japanese curry from scratch? Please tell me! We absolutely love Japanese curry. The blocks are super easy, but they just aren’t the same as what you find at curry restaurants in Japan. I have seen S&B Curry Powder online, but can’t only find the blocks locally. Should I order the powder? Is there a recipe on the jar?

  • skyler brown says:

    India could get a place in corrupt countries and this is shameful. Therefore, time has come when people of India must think of methods through which they could write off corruption from the indian politics and from the administration in india.

  • Serenity Henderson says:

    Tandarda is a herb vegetable from India. I think it would be cooked with some other veggie, but then am not sure. Help me please and thank you.

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