24 Hour Meals Chicken Rogan Josh with Rice
€7,50

24 Hour Meals Chicken Rogan Josh with Rice

One of the most popular Indian curries, Rogan Josh comes from the most northerly state of India, Kashmir. The dish was brought to India by Mongols but later taken over by Kasmiri pandits. ...More information


Chicken Rogan Josh with Rice

One of the most popular Indian curries, Rogan Josh comes from the most northerly state of India, Kashmir. The dish was brought to India by Mongols but later taken over by Kasmiri pandits. The 24 Hour Meals dishes are pre-cooked and packaged in a soft laminate. Wet pouches have never been so tasty and easier to handle. The meals are generous and can easily be heated with a Flameless Heater that only needs water to start.

Nutrition Value
per 100 g.
Energy 449 kcal / 1879 Kj
Carbohydrates 36,5 g.
Sugars 8,2 g.
Proteins 23,4 g.
Total Fat 24,0 g.
Saturated Fat 9,0 g.
Fibre 6,5 g.
Salt 2,2 g.

Ingredients:

Chicken broth (water, chicken bone), chicken (18.3%), rice (15%), tomato paste, red pepper, sunflower oil, sugar, yoghurt powder, salt, modified corn starch, onion, garlic, curry powder (0.6% - mustard powder, fenugreek powder, coriander powder, turmeric powder, white pepper, paprika powder, cumin powder and cinnamon powder), spices, thickener (E415)

Allergy info:

Contains milk, mustard.

Netto weight      400 g.
Totaal energy     524 kcal / 2200 kJ

Preparation method:
Flameless Heater:
1. Open the Flameless Heater at the tear point at the top of the bag, place the unopened meal bag in the cover. 2. Add water up to the fill line at the bottom of the bag (50ml). 3. Fold the empty bag over the meal and secure with the supplied tab. Lay the bag with the heating pad at the bottom, on a safe surface. The meal is ready after 10 - 12 minutes - Watch out, the content is hot.

Meals can also be heated in a pan with boiling water.

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