Mishry Mums Review: Bikano Dal Makhani (Ready To Eat)
Check out the review of Bikano Dal Makhani (Ready To Eat) by our Mishry Mum Smita Suri Anand.
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Smita Suri Anand’s Review of Bikano Dal Makhani (Ready To Eat)
Our Mishry Mum Smita Suri Anand reviewed Bikano Dal Makhani (Ready To Eat). Here’s what she had to say about the dal makhani.
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Watch: Mishry Mum Smita Suri Anand Reviews Bikano Dal Makhani
The packaging of the product looks quite premium and is very easy to open. While the aroma is fresh, the appearance is equally appetizing. The dal makhani has a thick consistency. This 300-gram packet is priced at Rs. 90*, which is a value for money option for me.
*Price at the time of review
Bikano Dal Makhni 300g (RTE) (Pack of 2)
Bikano Dal Makhani comes in a 300-gram pack that can be paired with rice or roti/naan.
Tasting Session: Review by Mishry Mum Smita Suri Anand
Bikano Dal Makhani is not as ‘makhani’ as one would expect it to be. It is so overpowered by spices that you cannot really taste the dal in it. The use of too many spices also made it difficult for me and my family to finish it off.
I would suggest you actually tweak the dal makhani to make it taste better, but eating it as it is not what I recommend. Unfortunately, the super HOT spice level stayed with me for a while and really put me off. Overall, I may not recommend this product to anyone.
About Mishry Mum Smita Suri Anand
A potter, an apparel designer, a passionate foodie and a mother of three, Smita is a busy woman who loves juggling her multiple roles on any given day. She has a keen eye for details and is very focused on her family’s good health and proper nutrition intake. She loves reading books on spiritualism and mindfulness and strongly believes that one can ideate themselves into any realty they choose to be.