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Old 07-23-2018, 04:23 PM   #1
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Seeds Of Change Tikka Masala Simmer Sauce review...



I saw this item at a local grocery store and picked up a package. Do not think this is a new item at all.

It was around 3 bucks for this.

I added it to some pork that I picked up on an earlier trip to that same store that was already pre cut for Stir fry.

Flavor here was good.

Wanted more of a spice level right out of the pouch. This was mainly mild.

I will give this item a medium sized thumbs up.

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Just when I was thinking you never cook! I'll look for this product.
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Old 07-23-2018, 07:30 PM   #3
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lol, K-L.

There's a load of Indian style "simmer" sauces available in jars that are pretty good nowadays. So much so that a coworkers mother, who just moved here from Bangladesh, commented that America is so wonderful to have available in jars what would take her a lot of effort to obtain all of the ingredients, then cook.

We really like Sharwood's sauces, and Patak's Original.
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Old 07-24-2018, 06:45 PM   #4
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Image of the package.
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Just when I was thinking you never cook! I'll look for this product.
I cook. It is rare for me though to review something from a grocery store that is not from the cookie or snack food isle.
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We usually get "Tasty Bites" brand of that sort of thing. Lots of yummy variants. Yeah, they are kind of mild. We usually use them as a side dish. I have been known to add some hot sauce. Love the convenience of vegis ready with one minute in the microwave or boil in bag.

I also love that all the ingredients are food.
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We usually get "Tasty Bites" brand of that sort of thing. Lots of yummy variants. Yeah, they are kind of mild. We usually use them as a side dish. I have been known to add some hot sauce. Love the convenience of vegis ready with one minute in the microwave or boil in bag.

I also love that all the ingredients are food.
We almost always add cayenne powder to jarred or pouched simmer sauces. "Hot" written on the label is kind of a joke.

I'll have to look for that brand.
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