Sukhi's Gourmet Indian Foods
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Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods

Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 12:36 pm
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Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods got started in 1992 following a demand for authentic Indian food that is prepared with premium, natural, ingredients.  The products made by Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods were created by Sukhi Singh, who is a chef and a teacher.  Their Classic frozen entrees come in eleven different flavors, including Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Curry, and more.  They have three newly added flavors: Vegetable Biryani, Chicken Biryani, and Chicken Samosas.  The Classic frozen entrees make healthy meal for a family.  Their Home Chef line consists of curry sauces, complete spice mixes, chutneys and pickles and a spice box in a wide variety of flavors.  This is for people who want to learn to create their own authentic Indian food for their families and friends.  The Deli Fresh line has frozen meals that are “Grab and Go”.  Try their NaanWich –  fresh sandwiches with Indian flavors made on naan bread.  There’s six kinds to choose from.  You can also get frozen NaanWiches.  They also make Roti Rolls or chutneys.  Those who are watching their weight can try the Lean Fare line of entrees.  You can purchase Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian Foods online through their website.  Prices range from about $3.00 for one product to around $79.00 for a 24 pack of Naanwiches.

On the Sukhi’s website, it says that Dr. Oz has listed Sukhi’s Tandoori Chicken Naanwich as one of his top 99 Oz Approved Diet Foods.  Those on a diet can also try the Lean Fare line of entrees that are  lower in calories than the regular entrees.  The “Grab and Go” line is made from fresh, natural, foods and are much more healthy than other types of frozen meals that contain preservatives and additives.  Sukhi’s Gourmet Indian foods have their headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area.  If you are nearby, you can pick up some of their products at various Farmers’ Markets through out the Bay Area.

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