Ready To Eat, Instant Food – Making Life Easy (PART I)

As we all know, today’s hectic lifestyle has made it impossible to dedicate quality time to cooking, even if you love to cook for yourself and your loved ones. Most of the times, we find ourselves just running after work – at times, we forget to eat and at other times, when our stomach reminds us of food, we don’t have time to actually prepare a dish and eat. This made the common man take a turn towards junk food – burgers, pizzas, and what not? Eating junk was, is and will always be unhealthy. Everyone knows what does this food do to one’s body in the long run but choose it as one has no other choice than to eat what is easily available in the market.

The scenario is slowly but surely changing. Considering the common man’s plight, companies thought of instant food and ready to eat food manufacturers were born in India. Life then took a U-turn. Ready to eat food not only gave people the satisfaction of cooking but also served fresh and hot food to them. When the trend of this instant food started in India, the options were limited in the market. Today, the scenario has changed. Here are some of the options available in the stores that are enough to give you a whole meal within minutes:

1.       Soups

Soups are in itself a whole meal. Have it for brunch, lunch or dinner, this liquid food makes you feel full quickly as well as is good for the health. Some of the options that are available on www.readytoeat.com are:

i.                     Asian Tofu Soup: A light, Asian-inspired broth that will make you feel light, yet energized!

ii.                   Black Bean Soup: A slow cooked, authentic Cuban grandma's recipe.

iii.                  Cajun Red Beans Soup: A protein-rich combination of beans and veggies creates a truly delicious and satiating soup!

iv.                 Chipotle Tomato Soup: A hearty soup made from fresh tomatoes, with a kick of chilies and subtle hints of red pepper.



2.       Veggies and Curries

Vegetables and curries are an important part of Indian diet. Without these foods, with what will we eat our chapatis and rice? So what ready to eat options do we have here? Here you go:

i.                     Aloo Mutter: A delicious, classic North Indian recipe of Green Peas & Potatoes, infused with a fragrant mix of aromatic spices.

ii.                   Amritsari Chole: A delectable North Indian recipe of Chick Peas, Onions & fresh Tomatoes, infused with a fragrant mix of aromatic spices

iii.                  Brinjal Curry (Eggplant Curry): A delicious and classic South Indian recipe of Brinjal and Coconut, infused with a fragrant mix of aromatic spices

iv.                 Dal Makhani (Black Gram Lentils Curry): A delicious and classic North Indian recipe of Black Lentil, Bengal Gram, & Kidney Beans, the ingredients are cooked in a smooth creamy Tomato sauce, infused with a fragrant mix of aromatic spices.

v.                   Dal Tadka (Spiced Yellow Lentils): A delicious and classic North Indian recipe of Red Gram cooked in Butter, with Tomatoes, Onions, Red Chilli, infused with a fragrant mix of aromatic spices

vi.                 Rajma Masala (Red kidney Beans Curry): A delicious and classic North Indian recipe of Red Kidney Beans, Onions & fresh Tomatoes, infused with a fragrant mix of aromatic spices

To know more about instant food products and ready to eat food manufacturers in India, keep watching this space for PART II of this blog. Till then, you can check a wide variety of instant food available on our website, www.readytoeat.com