Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Tasty Bite Review (And a Giveaway)

About Tasty Bite (from the website)

Launched in 1995, Tasty Bite currently offers 39 products across 4 categories: entrées, sauces, rices and meal inspirations.  The flavors range from classic restaurant favorites such as a Channa Masala to unique fusion items such as the Tofu Corn Masala.  Our products require no cooking, have no preservatives, require no refrigeration and as our brand suggests, taste phenomenal!  You can take our products for lunch at work, use them as a side or main dish for dinner, or take them on the road while camping.  They will be sure to Spice Up your meal, as the recipe options are limitless.  You can use our Madras Lentils as a taco base, our Punjab Eggplant as a pasta sauce or use our Meal Inspirations as a salad topper!  Of course, you can always just eat them straight out of the pouch!

Tasty Bite products are available in every state in the U.S. and are sold in most major grocery chains.  We look forward to taking you on a new world of adventure as you Spice It Up!

My Review:

I was fortunate enough to be able to try a sampling of the Tasty Bites lines:

From the entrees:

1. Bengal Lentils
2. Bombay Potatoes
3. Jodphur Lentils
4. Kashmir Spinach

From the rice's:

1. Thai Lime Pilaf
2. Jasmine Rice

From the cooking sauces:

1. Rogan Josh Simmer Sauce
2. Tikka Masala Simmer Sauce

From  the meal inspirations:

1. Snappy Soya
2. Chunky Chickpeas

My Review:

Do you get bored with cooking sometimes? As a working mother I have to cook easy things just for the lack of time, but it gets boring sometimes. The same think over and over, there is only so much chicken one person can eat. My family was able to try a selection of food from Tasty Bites, they carry Indian Thai food, and vegetarian food. And what a variety they sent, now my family is open to trying new things, and I love trying new things as well, but trying things takes time, and time I do not have… But with Tasty Bites bagged items it only takes 90 seconds in the microwave, and here you go a great tasting side or meal.

Last night for dinner I made the entrée Kashmir Spinach and served it over the Jasmine Rice, it was very easy and delicious. My husband is a big eater so I added some chicken to the dish (I know I know chicken again?) this was not my usual chicken dish though, it was unique and delicious the spinach and paneer (a type of cheese) was spiced just right and went well with the jasmine rice. It smelled delicious while I was heating it up, it was super quick to make I had dinner to the table in minutes. 

That was great for me after a long day at work, I do not want to spend my night in the kitchen cooking.  My husband loved this, he raved over the spinach and the rice, I loved it as well. If I would have made this from scratch this would have taken me forever, and honestly I don't know if I would have been brave enough to try it (if this took me hours and my family did not like it, what would I do then?) but with Tasty Bites it was easy to try some new things, you only live once why not live a little, and as grandma used to say "Try it you might like it" and I did like it, Indian and Thai food really tastes good and it sure spices up dinner!

Other favorites were the Bombay Potatoes, my husband raved over this, and I had to make sure I got a taste, he loved it so much, Tonight I will make a stew with the Rogan Josh Simmer Sauce
I am looking forward to dinner tonight, and I am sure my family will be looking forward to dinner too.

If you are looking to quick and good tasting food that will mix up the kitchen monotony check out Tasty Bite, and experience something different.

With Tasty Bites you are able to try natural exotic flavors from all over the world in your own kitchen. Would you like to try something different for dinner? Tasty Bites has offered one of my readers a gift pack of items, like the items I reviewed. Please enter below.

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Tasty Bite is sold at local grocery stores nationwide.

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One winner will win an assortment of Tasty Bite items like I reviewed.

Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received the above items to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


Lynda said...

I would love to try the Bengal Lentils.

Anita Bonita said...

Try the Spinach Channa (spinach and chickpeas) over the Barley Medley -- dinner in three minutes. Yummy *and* full of protein.

Jerry said...

I've enjoyed Tasty Bite entrees for over 15 years, including some favorite flavors that they don't make anymore (e.g. Malabar Mixed Vegetables a.k.a. Avial--sure miss that one). I've tried almost every flavor--except for a few of the most recent ones--and enjoy them all. One that I haven't tried, and would like to, is the Tofu Corn Masala.

Tabitha said...

love to try thai lime pilaf

Jackie said...

I'd like to try the Tikka Masala Simmer Sauce
jackievillano at gmail dot com

Nancy said...

I would like to try the Mushroom Takatak.

katklaw777 said...

I have always wanted to try Jasmine Rice, thanks.

Unknown said...

Jaipur Vegetables looks so tasty. Zany multigrain also looks yum.
discriminating_diva at yahoo dot com

trixx said...

The Bombay Potatoes looks delish!

david said...

I have always wanted to try Jasmine Rice, thanks

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