MTR Ready To Eat Vegetable Pulao Features Fresh Flavors (2023)
MTR Ready to Eat Pulao is a filling travel-friendly meal. But here are aspects that have some room for improvement.
When a light rice dinner is what you seek, pulao is always the answer.
But when fresh pulao is out of question, and you are travelling or camping, a RTE option sounds like the way to go. We ordered this product by MTR and here is our MTR Ready to Eat Vegetable Pulao review. Everything from how this needs to be consumed to its taste and texture are decoded in this post.
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|MTR Ready To Eat Vegetable Pulao||Product Details|
|Net Quantity||250 grams|
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Our Review Factors
What were we looking for in MTR Ready to Eat Vegetable Pulao, how did we review this, what were our parameters?
Flavors, textures, and the overall convenience – we gauged this product across such parameters.
Did the rice have the subtle floral aroma Basmati is known for? Did the veggies taste fresh? Was the seasoning balanced,or did one spice dominate others?
Were the rice grains chewy and sticky or separated and long? What about the veggies, did they have a soft bite or were they wilted, with a displeasing bite?
In addition to a microwave, what else does this product call for? Does the seasoning require adjustments, or did the flavors work just fine?
How long does it take to heat the meal? Is this convenient in the true sense? What about the packaging, is it travel-friendly?
4. Other Parameters
The price, shelf life, and ingredients were noted here.
MTR Ready to Eat Vegetable Pulao – Detailed Review
Price + Packaging
This was packed in a red yellow carton and instructions were printed at the back. It holds two servings (250 grams) and is priced at ₹ 125/- with a shelf life of one year.
This is made with water, Basmati rice (25%), carrots (5%), beans (5%), frozen green peas (5%), onion, refined sunflower oil (2.7%) (of which 1.8% is spice seasoned oil, garlic paste, ginger paste, iodised salt, lemon juice, artificial pulao flavoring substance.
It contains no preservatives or added color.
How did we make this?
We emptied the contents in a microwave-safe bowl and let it heat for a little less than two minutes. Once done, it was ready to be reviewed.
Aroma + Appearance
Some rice grains were long, others were broken. The vegetables were not too vibrant, and this had a yellowish brown hue with a gloss, like that of oil. Post-heating, the rice had developed a khila khila, not-sticky appearance.
This meal had an inviting, warming aroma of ginger and garlic.
Taste + Texture
The veggies lacked freshness and did not have a pleasing bite. Tons of room for improvement here. The rice grains had softened well and had a well-cooked bite.
As for flavors, it was pretty good. The seasoning was balanced, it wasn’t too salty or too spicy. Unlike most RTE meals, this did not have any industrial aftertaste. To enhance the freshness, we recommend pairing this with a bowl of curd.
- Travel, pocket, and beginner-friendly
- Decent flavors
- Good quality ingredients
- Veggies did not have a fresh bite
On the go? Need a filling meal? We recommend trying MTR Ready to Eat Vegetable Pulao.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some interesting FAQs on MTR ready to eat vegetable pulao.
The spice is rounded and balanced. Those with a low spice tolerance would also enjoy this.
It is healthier than most packed meals, but we do not recommend frequent consumption.
No, it must be consumed immediately.
Yes, it contains no milk or dairy products, so vegans can have this.
A 250-gram carton is priced at ₹ 125/-.
MTR Ready To Eat Vegetable Pulao makes for a fairly decent meal. The flavors are quite nice, and so was the texture. If only the veggies were fresher with a bolder bite, this product would have scored better. The ingredients used are good quality.
Have you tried RTE meals? How has your experience been?
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