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Yup,

So basically for 4 people my quantities are,

4 roma tomatos. Fresh. no canned stuff. Chop them up.

3 medium size onions. Slice them nice and thin.

Ginger 1 inch ginger.

Garlic 7-8 cloves.

10-12 cashew nuts.

Whole spices : 2 Black cardamoms, 1 inch cinnamon, 3 cloves, 6-7 black pepper corns.

Red Kashmiri chilli , this adds color and is not spicy. I add 2 teaspoons .
Oil
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Take oil, add the whole spices and let them infuses for 1-2mins.

Add onion. Let it cook for 10-15min till it's very light brown.

Add ginger garlic paste and tomatos and salt, let them cook for another 20-25min till they break down and it all becomes a nice gravy like thingy. Add the Kashmiri red chili 5mins before it's done.

Grind it up in a grinder and run it through a sieve ( I do this because I dont like dry whole spices or bits of semi ground spices in my mouth and it makes the gravy nice and smooth, very restaurant like).

And freeze it.

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Whenever I feel like eating it, I just thaw it, add marinated, cooked chicken with Garam Masala and black pepper powder, adjust the salt and let it cook for 10-15mins.
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Ty op, tu and repped! Canceled my higher priced S&S and bought this deal instead! Smilie
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These are delicious, and not just if making a curry. I often do big, quick vegetable stir fries for lunch (kale, brocolli, chopped cabbage, carrots, etc with a few diff kinds of nuts or precooked meat), I wont season them at all sometimes and instead just add in a pack of these, the madras lentil ones, the tapatio tuna from the deal couple months ago, etc.
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Personally I use Patak's 15 oz for only $3.39 [target.com] every day price, which comes to half the price per ounce than this deal.
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Personally I use Patak's 15 oz for only $3.39 [target.com] every day price, which comes to half the price per ounce than this deal.

how much do you use per 2lbs of meat? this has 6 packages and I use 2 per 2 pounds and it lasts me for 4 meals or so.... so it's 12 meals for me lon 1 6-pack box.
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can't ship to California Frown
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can't ship to California Frown

Yes, but I got it many times in California. Not sure why now.Mad
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can't ship to California Frown
From what I read in the Answered Questions: the amount of lead in it apparently exceeded CA acceptable levels.
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Great deal ordered but just a one time purchase.
I start to dislike Amazon because what is their Prime worth? Almost every order I place takes 3 or 4 days not 2 as promised.
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Great deal ordered but just a one time purchase.
I start to dislike Amazon because what is their Prime worth? Almost every order I place takes 3 or 4 days not 2 as promised.

you can get your prime extended a month for each late delivery
https://www.tomsguide.com/us/late...-3982.html
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you can get your prime extended a month for each late delivery
https://www.tomsguide.com/us/late...-3982.html

I know. Problem is that when ordering it already shows guaranteed delivery 3 or 4 days out not 2.
Talking to CS doesn't help either. To them it is always 2 days after it has been shipped not when ordered.
Happens to me to a lot of products.
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One packet never seems to create enough gravy for two people.
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These are pretty terrible. I've made curry using $1 premix from Indian grocery, Golden Curry from Asian grocery, and other pre-blends before. This was by far the worst. I ended up throwing the rest away after using it twice. Save your money and get something else.
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I just make a batch of base gravy from scratch and freeze it. It tastes better and is not that hard.
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