Google+ Mommy Moments with Abby: Tandoor Chef Review, It's what's for dinner tonight!

Monday, December 3, 2012

Tandoor Chef Review, It's what's for dinner tonight!

Tandoor Chef Review: I have been sampling foods from around the world occasionally this past year so when I had the chance to try some based on Indian food, I figured Why not? 
My husband and I were happy to not have to cook other then put this in the microwave or oven,  I chose oven because I feel it just tastes better from and oven.  We sampled the Kofta Curry and the original Naan Pizza Marguerite flavored.  
The problem with frozen foods is how hard it can be to get them to cook evenly and that sometimes affects the taste of the product.  Luckily for us , our frozen food cooked evenly.  

The pizza may look oddly shaped but that's because it is hand tossed and formed and it tastes great.  I appreciated the crust wasn't too thin which I feel is a common mistake with Margherita Pizza's.  The slightly fuller crust allowed the flavors of the cheese, herbs, and tomatoes to have a base to jump off of creating a fuller flavor.  

Product Description: 
Margherita Naan Pizza: Hand-stretched, all-natural artisan crust covered with tomatoes and spices, topped with fresh mozzarella cheese and fired in a Tandoor oven.
Nutrition Quick Look:
From time to time I cook lamb with a Curry sauce, which has gotten good reviews, but I really loved the Curry taste of this sauce.  It didn't taste like my yellow curry it had a different almost slight peanut taste to it, but I couldn't positively ID it as a peanut.  I like this because peanuts have a strong taste to them and often the sauces can be overwhelming.  This sauce has a good balance because I couldn't put my finger on the nut source flavoring.  I have decided I love Chickpeas as long as they are served with spices!  All in all I enjoyed the mixing of flavors.  
Product Description: 

Balanced Vegetarian Kofta Curry with Channa Masala & Spinach Basmati Pilaf-Vegetable dumplings seasoned with exotic spices and simmered in a spicy sauce alongside chickpeas sauteed with onions, tomatoes, peppers and exotic spices served with a side of Basmati pilaf. Made with Olive Oil.

Nutrition Quick Look:
Final Rating: Both my hubby and I rated this a must have date night and will defiantly be having it again!  If you like Indian or Foreign food then this is a great way to get the taste you crave without the dishes! 

 About Tandoor Chef
Tandoor Chef, produced by Deep Foods, is a second-generation family owned and operated leading manufacturer of Indian cuisine. Tandoor Chef is committed to producing restaurant quality, all natural frozen Indian food. A quality innovation leader, Tandoor Chef provides exotic flavors and meal experiences, rooted in the convenience of the frozen food category.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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