North Indian Butter Chicken Tiffin
Main: Tiffin Sauce (45%) [Water, Carrot, Tomato Passata, Single Cream (Milk), Low Fat Yoghurt (Milk), Butter (Milk), Tomato Purée, Spinach, Cooked Lentils [Lentils, Water], Ginger Purée, Honey, Garlic Purée, Cornflour, Red Chilli Purée, Ground Coriander, Salt, Coriander, Ground Cumin, Ground Turmeric, Ground Paprika, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Ground Black Pepper, Ground Cardamom, Chilli Powder, Ground Fenugreek, Ground Cassia, Ground Nutmeg, Ground Cloves, Ground Bay], Cooked Pilau Rice (36%) [Water, Basmati Rice, Peas, Rapeseed Oil, Ground Cardamom, Ground Bay, Ground Cassia], Marinated Chicken Breast Pieces (19%) [Chicken Breast Pieces, Water, Cornflour, Ground Turmeric, Ground Cumin, Ground Coriander, Ground Black Pepper, Ground Cardamom, Chilli Powder, Ground Paprika].
Sweet Potato & Butternut Squash Tikki Snack: Sweet Potato (33%), Butternut Squash (33%), Peas (14%), Potato (13%), Corn Starch, Rice Flour, Garlic Puree, Ginger Puree, Spices, Salt, Citric Acid, Coriander Leaves, Green Crushed Chillies, Rapeseed Oil.
Date & Tamarind Chutney Dip: Water, Dried Dates (20%), Tamarind Concentrate (5%), Ginger Puree, Ground Paprika, Ground Cumin, Garlic Puree.
For allergens, see ingredients in bold. May contains nut and soya traces.
Per pack 380g
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Contains naturally occurring sugar from fruit and vegetables. Average intake of an adult is 8400kJ / 2000kCal daily.X
Enjoy our succulent Butter Chicken served with a Sweet potato and Butternut Squash Tikki and Date and Tamarind Chutney.
- TASTY 2 COURSE MEAL
- GOOD SOURCE OF PROTEIN
- BURSTING WITH FLAVOUR
- READY TO EAT FROM 60 SECS
- NO ADDED SUGAR, ADDITIVES OR PRESERVATIVES
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