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6-Pack of 10-Oz Tasty Bite Indian Entree Madras Lentils EXPIRED

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My kids at college love these! They just heat up in microwave and toss in shredded cheese and/or sour cream. It tastes just like chili. Since refri gerator space is sparse, these are great because they don't need to be refrigerated! Love them! Great over pasta or rice as well
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$5.62 buy it now for 6 pack. $3.38 off of $9.00 with coupon. Thank you, Dorylus the OP!.
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I saw all of the discounts in checkout but changed my mind. I'll cook my own.
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Lentils are extremely easy to cook in a regular pot or an instant pot. Make 3 times as much for $5!
It's much more than Lentils, or beans for that matter. Once you factor in cream, tomatoes, onions, and the beans it becomes much closer to Costco's price per package and this is even less. I tried recreating this and I came close my second time but realized it wasnt worth the effort and just bought more. I do make black beans to add to this, it makes it even better in my opinion.
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Straight out of Madras 👍
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These have my Indian taste buds seal of approval
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It's much more than Lentils, or beans for that matter. Once you factor in cream, tomatoes, onions, and the beans it becomes much closer to Costco's price per package and this is even less. I tried recreating this and I came close my second time but realized it wasnt worth the effort and just bought more. I do make black beans to add to this, it makes it even better in my opinion.
I grew up eating this stuff. You can make lentils with just 6 things: lentils, curry powder, ginger, garlic, onions and oil. Add coriander for garnish and enjoy it with rice or naan. I bet you can do meal prep of lentils and naan or nice for less than $2 per meal.
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Are you referring to the taste? I've tried various Tastybite products and all of them taste pretty bad unfortunately.

It took me a while to nail the recipe to get an amazing taste. I was overusing the spices. I cut it down and voila! This [youtube.com]one worked perfectly for me. The Hebbar recipe also comes out great.
I love this channel, I have made few of the dishes and everything has been amazing.
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I like these tastybite lentils. I'll try the YouTube recipe you posted, hopefully today. Thanks.

Edit: that's a lot of ingredients!!!
yes, that's why it tastes soooo good Big Grin
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why the hell would they add dairy? unnecessary
cream to make it creamy. This is called as Dal Makhni which translates to lentils with cream/butter. That is why it is not as spicy/hot as you would expect Indian dishes to be. You can add red chili/paprika powder or crushed chili to make it hotter.
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It's much more than Lentils, or beans for that matter. Once you factor in cream, tomatoes, onions, and the beans it becomes much closer to Costco's price per package and this is even less. I tried recreating this and I came close my second time but realized it wasnt worth the effort and just bought more. I do make black beans to add to this, it makes it even better in my opinion.
That's my reasoning as well. Although I might be able to cook this better, I'm balancing it with the convenience of just having it ready in a minute whenever I'm in a rush.
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These are great! My brother bought like 15 of these at 2.99 each. They don't taste great but I add half table spoon of "Shan's Daal Masala" to these lentils and that helps give these pretty nice taste. Also can add coconut curry/butter, minced onion to get three even better.

Daal is the best food in the world!!!
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That's actually a good question, because it turns out India has pretty bad pollution problemS.… And unfortunately there is a price to pay for the convenience of not cooking: Do you consume a credit card's worth of plastic every week? https://articles.mercola.com/site...-food.aspx
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I purchased these and have been scared to eat them once I realized they are made in India. Are Indian food imports safer than Chinese?
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Thanks OP, these lentil (and other packs) available from this brand and Trader Joe's, etc, are tasty accompaniments to a curry dinner or just eaten with rice and naan.
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Are you referring to the taste? I've tried various Tastybite products and all of them taste pretty bad unfortunately.

It took me a while to nail the recipe to get an amazing taste. I was overusing the spices. I cut it down and voila! This [youtube.com]one worked perfectly for me. The Hebbar recipe also comes out great.
The kid from that youtube channel is a culinary genius IMO.
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