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6-Pack of 3.5oz Kitchens of India Butter Chicken Curry Paste $8.25 + Free Shipping

Dynames 151 175 December 18, 2015 at 07:01 PM in Grocery (3) More Amazon Deals
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Amazon has a 6-pk of 3.5oz Kitchens of India Butter Chicken Curry Paste [amazon.com] for $8.25 with 5% off subscribe and save, or as low as $7.38 if you have 5+ subscribe and save items.
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This will make your house smell awesome, increases sell value.
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Will always TU Kitchens of India butter chicken when it's below $7.50. For a party tomorrow I'm going to make a butter chicken dip with canned chicken, and use Stacys Pita chips as the dipper. I'm expecting success.
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I can buy so much curry with this. This deal is HOT!
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tempted to get some, but I still haven't gotten into the one I bought earlier in the year lol
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Will always TU Kitchens of India butter chicken when it's below $7.50. For a party tomorrow I'm going to make a butter chicken dip with canned chicken, and use Stacys Pita chips as the dipper. I'm expecting success.
Interesting idea, although I'd assume it will be way too salty from the salt to preserve the chicken and also the sodium content in this paste, unless of course you're cutting it with something like sour cream, mayo, yogurt, etc.
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It's an ad-on item now, S&S is not active for me.
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I had some curry chicken in Hong Kong and some vegetable curry at the Japan Airlines First lounge in Tokyo and both were amazing. How can I go about finding a way to recreate those dishes? Is this a standard green curry?
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ordered it last time.. this is pretty good. but God does it smell, 2 days with open window to take the smell out. as per the curry, it's very simple to make, I added some coconut cream into it and it came out perfect.
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ordered it last time.. this is pretty good. but God does it smell, 2 days with open window to take the smell out. as per the curry, it's very simple to make, I added some coconut cream into it and it came out perfect.
I like cooking curry outdoors. We have a propane side burner on the grill.
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