Why You’ll Love It
About This Brand
Tomato, Paneer Cheese, Water, Onion, Cream, Cashew Nuts, Sunflower Oil, Ginger, Garlic, Salt, Coriander, Chilies, Spices. Contains: Dairy, Cashew Nuts.
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Reviews For Paneer Makhani
Based on 14 Reviews
I tried all of these Indian soups and this one was very good, one of my favorites. Not too spicy, palatable, and satisfying. Textures were new for me but not off-putting. Definitely getting this one again.
Good Indian food
Excellent served over rice. Convenient way to take Indian food to the office for lunch.
This was so good!I'm sure it would be better made fresh, but this was a great, quick lunch.
I didn't expext much
But I was happily surprised. This was actually really good and low in carbs!
Quick and Tasty
I serve this over Seeds of Change Brown Rice and Quinoa (also heat and eat), it is plenty for two meals.
It makes a great lunch or add a salad and some Naan and it is a great supper.
I've had a few other products from this company and have really wanted to try this one. I was surprised to find it was fairly simple, but very good. The soupy part is a delicious tomato flavor and it has cheese chunks in this. Overall, I'm content at the flavor and price.
Awesome, quick lunch!
Hubby takes this with Annie Chun rice for a yummy , quick and easy lunch!
Delicious Indian Food
This is really good, like the other Tasty Bite products I've tried. Very limited selection in my local grocery. I'm glad I found Thrive!
A little too soupy
The flavor on this was very good! I gave it 4 stars for pure taste. The texture was a little runny for me though, I put is over chickpeas expecting a sauce texture and got more of a paneer soup.
Love this for a quick dinner when paired with brown rice or quinoa.
Too much salt
Tasty Bite makes solid packaged food, but the paneer makhani to me is on the weaker side. It's too salty, and it isn't as flavorful as the vegetable korma, which I think is quite delicious. I find the veggies are just too soggy and bland, and they don't make the rice stand out. I do think that this is a healthy dish, just not one of my favorite Tasty Bite's best offerings.
- James Baxter
Great quick meal
If you like Indian food, you won't find a much better packaged food than Tasty Bite. This is best eaten over white or yellow rice, and it's 100 percent vegetarian and gluten-free. In about 10 minutes, you have a full meal with rice, and it's healthy and wholesome too. It's really the cure for a busy schedule like mine, where before I would stop for some unhealthy fast food, but not anymore. Tasty Bite has a whole range of Indian food, so you can try different flavors and textures.
- Carmen Patterson
Yummy, fast (even on the stove) and nothing too gross ingredients-wise. Super product.
I enjoyed the Punjab Eggplant in this brand, so I decided to try the Paneer as well. I'm so very glad I did! The sauce is a lovely blend of spices, and it perfectly complements the generous portion of paneer. I served it over balsamic rice. Love it!
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