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Deep Indian Kitchen: Authentic Indian Cuisine at Home

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One of my favorite things to treat myself with is a delicious Indian dinner. I have my favorite places to dine around town, but with the quarantine, most are temporality closed. I have tried multiple ways to enjoy Indian food during the quarantine, and Deep Indian Kitchen has been my ultimate favorite Indian cuisine to enjoy at home.

Deep Indian Kitchen Frozen Dinners

The dishes are not like most frozen foods and full of flavor. My favorite thing about the dishes is that they pack the perfect amount of spice and tantalizes my tastebuds. I have found myself eating Deep Indian Kitchen meals almost every day of the quarantine.

Deep Indian Kitchen Frozen Dinners

Deep Indian Kitchen is always made from scratch. Plus, there are no artificial ingredients, and the meals are all under 400 calories per serving. The meals are made with REAL ingredients that are easily recognizable when reading the label.

Chicken Tikka Deep Indian Kitchen

Families can enjoy the Indian food-culture at home with one of these three frozen food options:

Butter Chicken

Recipe hails from North India, featuring a buttery-yet-smoky sauce (medium heat)

Chicken Korma

South Indian dish with coconut-based sauce accentuated by cardamom (sweeter taste, mild heat)

Chicken Vindaloo

From West India with Portuguese influence, packs the most heat with rich, vinegar-based sauce

Spinach Paneer

Made from scratch by finely chopping fresh spinach (palak) and cooking it down with a zesty blend of ginger, garlic and other delicious spices. They add savory pieces of their homestyle paneer (cheese) and turmeric rice.

Deep Indian Kitchen is available at your local Whole Foods, Publix, Kroger and Safeway/Albertsons.

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About Deep Indian Kitchen

To our family, the name “Deep” is, well, deep. In India it means “lamp” and “enlightment,” and our mission is to share the best of India’s culture with everyone. That’s why we care so much about our food and every purchase benefits our Deepkiran (“Ray of Light”) Foundation, which helps children in rural India access education. 22,000+ children are supported by the organization each year.

 

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