'Look What I've Found' meals - boil in the bag???

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Hammock_man

Full Member
May 15, 2008
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kent
Had the Koma Chicken.
Really liked it. Lovely aroma when opened, nice hit of coconut on first spoonful and then a real creamy follow up. There was a spicy ( not hot ) background and the chicken was moist. I don’t order korma normally as prefer a more spiced dish but will gladly have some of some one else’s when in company. This tasted as if it had been made up to a standard rather than down to a price. Had it along with couscous ( easier than rice) . Have got two more and looking forward to them.

One down side was the extra stick on labels ( ingredients and so), meant I did not use the boiling water for tea.

Not a complete meal but a really good base for one. Also not high in calories but as oil is the smallest ingredient, what calories you get are tasty ones.
 

dp0001

Forager
Apr 27, 2007
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London
Only just spotted the coloured water comment. Eek! I was going to say that I boil the 'Look What we found' in a Swedish/German type billy and use the water for tea but could as easily simultaneouly cook pasta, or pre-made powdered dumplings from the German deli - perhaps Polish too. Now I'm going to test for colour leeching