Spinach Pakora

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Product Description

Fresh Spinach and fresh potatoes deep-fried in a batter. Makes a great appetizer; serve with Indianlife tamarind or mango chutney.

Product Ingredients: Fresh spinach, potatoes, organic unbleached flour, chickpea flour, water, fresh onions, ginger, green chilies, salt, cilantro, sunflower oil, herbs and spices.

Contains: wheat

Chutney: Tamarind, Water, Evaporated Cane juice, Salt, Ginger, Red Chilies, Cilantro, Sunflower Oil, Vinegar, Herbs and Spices.

Allergy information: This product is manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, wheat and milk products.

Directions: As ovens vary these are guidelines only! Oven: For best results use conventional oven. Remove lid and the chutney and place the container with Pakoras in the oven. Heat Pakoras in preheated  oven at 175 ºC (350 º F) for 2-3 minutes. Enjoy by dipping the Pakoras in IndianLife Tamarind chutney. As microwaves vary these are guidelines only! Microwave: Remove lid and the chutney and place the container in the microwave.  Heat for 1-2 minutes. Enjoy by dipping the Pakoras in IndianLife Tamarind chutney.

Defrost sealed chutney pouch either in cold water or let it thaw to room temperature. Stir well and serve with pakoras as a dipping sauce.

Nutritional Facts (US Version )
Nutritional Facts(Canadian Version )

SKU: 777762006075
As individual microwaves and ovens vary, these are guidelines only. Remove Pakoras from polybag. Heat pakoras at 175° C (350° F) for 12-15 minutes, or microwave for 3-4 minutes. Uncover chutney and defrost for about 90 seconds in microwave or defrost the chutney at room temperature for about 10 minutes. Use chutney as a dip for pakora.
Spinach, Fresh Potatoes, Organic Wheat Flour, Chickpea Flour, Water, Onions, Ginger, Green Chilies, Salt, Cilantro, sunflower oil, Herbs and Spices. Chutney: Tamarind, Water, Brown Sugar, Salt, Ginger, Red Chilies, Cilantro, Canola Oil, Vinegar, Herbs and Spices.

Product Description

Fresh Spinach and fresh potatoes deep-fried in a batter. Makes a great appetizer; serve with Indianlife tamarind or mango chutney.

Product Ingredients: Fresh spinach, potatoes, organic unbleached flour, chickpea flour, water, fresh onions, ginger, green chilies, salt, cilantro, sunflower oil, herbs and spices.

Contains: wheat

Chutney: Tamarind, Water, Evaporated Cane juice, Salt, Ginger, Red Chilies, Cilantro, Sunflower Oil, Vinegar, Herbs and Spices.

Allergy information: This product is manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, wheat and milk products.

Directions: As ovens vary these are guidelines only! Oven: For best results use conventional oven. Remove lid and the chutney and place the container with Pakoras in the oven. Heat Pakoras in preheated  oven at 175 ºC (350 º F) for 2-3 minutes. Enjoy by dipping the Pakoras in IndianLife Tamarind chutney. As microwaves vary these are guidelines only! Microwave: Remove lid and the chutney and place the container in the microwave.  Heat for 1-2 minutes. Enjoy by dipping the Pakoras in IndianLife Tamarind chutney.

Defrost sealed chutney pouch either in cold water or let it thaw to room temperature. Stir well and serve with pakoras as a dipping sauce.

Additional Information

UPC#

777762000264

Size

400g

Packaging Specs

12 x 400g (5.30kg/case)

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