Backpacker’s Pantry Katmandu Curry, 33 Ounce, # 10 Can

As one of the most trusted names in the industry, Backpacker’s Pantry has been making high-quality, delicious meals for more than 60 years. Adventurers throughout the world enjoy our gourmet meals daily. We use these same great recipes in our #10 Can long-term food storage products. Our ongoing commitment is to provide easy-to-prepare, gourmet meals

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As one of the most trusted names in the industry, Backpacker’s Pantry has been making high-quality, delicious meals for more than 60 years. Adventurers throughout the world enjoy our gourmet meals daily. We use these same great recipes in our #10 Can long-term food storage products. Our ongoing commitment is to provide easy-to-prepare, gourmet meals with high-quality ingredients. The meals are packed with nutrition and can be stored for 25-years. After all, access to wholesome food is important no matter what situation you’re in. Backpacker’s Pantry Katmandu Curry includes lentils, white rice, potatoes, peas, carrots and perfectly spicy curry seasoning. This dish will conjure up an image of being in the Himalayas.

Product Features

  • 16, 1-cup servings; $1.81 cost per serving;
  • 25-year shelf life; Gourmet emergency food storage solution
  • Easy to prepare, just-add-boiling-water meal; Vegan
  • Store in your RV, Boat or Pantry; Take on car-camping trips; Save for emergency situations; Food when you need it.
  • Made in the USA by Backpacker’s Pantry, a family-owned and operated company celebrating 61 years of business.
  • Belly-warming combination of lentils, brown rice, potatoes, peas, carrots and curry seasoning
  • Just add boiling water for a delicious meal in minutes
  • Can make up to 16 servings and has a shelf life of 25 years
  • Use within 7 days of opening, perfect for long trips with lots of hungry hikers
  • Made in Boulder, Colorado, USA

Comments

Cerulean05 says:

Delicious and Healthy Meat-Free Option As a lover of curry and Southeast Asian food, I was thrilled to see this healthy vegetarian option. I personally found it to be mildly spiced and not too salty. I love it so much that I will be using it for lunch at work and light meals/snacks in the cold weather as well as starting an Amazon subscription so I can get it every month!

Daniel James Gullo says:

Wayyyyy to spicy for a camping meal. Though it … Wayyyyy to spicy for a camping meal. Though it taste just ok, it will cause you to drink tons and tons of water. SO, maybe ok as a home meal but definitely not on the road or camping.

SE says:

Lots of flavor, but moderately spicy and very rich Good vegetarian option. While the curry and rice is good and has a lot of flavor, the curry is pretty spicy–perhaps a “medium”. The flavoring of the curry is also quite strong and rich. I was unable to eat more than a small serving–I just couldn’t handle the very strong flavor.I would try it again, but it wouldn’t be my top choice, just because I would prefer less spice. It would probably be very good as a side with other options rather than a main dish or entire meal.

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