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I picked this up the last time it was posted, it's pretty good for a quick spicy chicken and rice meal. Not exactly what I'd call real Indian by any means, but definitely edible.
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Finally...this is the 3rd time I've seen this product here and I've been on the fence the past 2 times. But this time I bit because it was only 4 cents more than I paid in summer 2017 vs a couple $ more. Got for $7.02! Love this though and make with chicken, onion, and peas for a quick meal. 😋
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can't ship to California Frown
Probably because it contains something that is known to cause cancer in californya.

Anyways there is a reason why real Indians dont use this crap. Just walk to you local indian grocery store and ask for what you are looking for. who knows, you might end up making your own spices rather than purchasing a packet.
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Any one know any good alternative brands? It doesn't ship to Cali Frown
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Coupon's still available now.
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What are some good recipe for this?
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I would love to be able to package my sauce they way they do it, so that I can send it across the country to relatives.

Anyone, if you know the process of their packaging please share.
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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.
Care to share your recipe?
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This stuff is tasty!
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What are some good recipe for this?
Follow the package directions. In the last five minutes, I add big slices of onion, green pepper, and pineapple chunks.
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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.
I was told that the Prime extension ended the last time I talked to Amazon CS. 🤷🏻 ♀️
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you can get your prime extended a month for each late delivery
https://www.tomsguide.com/us/late...-3982.html
That used to be the case but per the article you posted it says they quit that and instead offer discounts. My last two late deliveries they took 20% off the price which I liked better anyway than the free month extension.
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Care to share your recipe?
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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One packet never seems to create enough gravy for two people.
I add an extra half cup of water and that seems to help. A little more butter, too. This stuff is delicious, we just discovered it the last time it came up as a slickdeal.
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I ordered this last time it was posted and only received a single package instead of the six-pack. Amazon did refund without needing a return.
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