Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Wordless Wednesday -- Authentic Indian Cuisine









23 comments:

Karen Mortensen said...

What will they come up with next?

Marissa said...

I've never seen or heard of that...guess I need to do my research?!

Kelly @ Blessed Mommy & Wife said...

Interesting! It never ceases to amaze me what lands on shelves :)

Ma What's 4 dinner said...

Who knew??? Where did you find that???

Lots of yummy love,
Alex aka Ma, What's For Dinner
www.mawhats4dinner.com

Yenta Mary said...

These are available at Indian markets, and they make me laugh -- both with humor and with disgust -- every time I see them. They're a good standardized product; but the Doughboy really has no legitimate place in "authentic Indian cuisine," does he???

Steph S. said...

Wow! Just when you think you've seen it all... I'm going to have to get out, find this, and try it, just 'cuz :)

Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

That's funny! I'll bet it's good though!

Jenn said...

The question is.. have you tried these? lol Oh Doughboy, what will you think of next???

Tanyia said...

Wow...authentic? lol

Yenta Mary said...

I have, indeed, tried them; I've been given disgusted looks from the proprietors of the Indian markets when I buy them, but the amusement value is just FAR too great to pass up! It's a good product, heats up and puffs up, does what it's supposed to like any good pre-packaged and standardized product. The markets also offer other brands, with more authenticity in name, labelling of ingredients, etc.; I buy those as well, but it's not as much fun!

Cranberry Morning said...

Authentic Indian?? I thought Pillsbury was from Minnesota. ;-)

kayni said...

authentic or not...i'm still curious. how was it?

Plantress said...

oh that dough boy. He is ethnicaaly ambiguous.
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Candace said...

ha!....calling pillsbury products "authentic Indian Cuisine" is hilarious....but still

if I could find it, I would try it....at least once. I've never seen this product. Funny!

Candace~♥

Cortne said...

I haven't seen this down in DC, but that is definitely a find.

Hope you bought it! I want to hear a review.

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Michele Chastain said...

I'm amazed at the different things popping up in mainstream grocery stores lately. From sugar-free cans of Pilsbury cake frosting (be careful, loaded with sugar alcohols that can have less than desirable side effects on your digestive system) to Gluten-Free Bisquick baking mix!

Miller Racing Family said...

I don't think my comment saved. So I have returned to say I love the shot. I am so thankful Pilsbury has made cooking easier.
Thanks for linking up this week and have a fabulous day!

Rose said...

Holy cow! what next?

Carol Fleisher said...

I love roti! Where did you find this. I would love to get some. Stopping by LBS Tea Party. You have a great blog that's making me very hungry! :) LOL

TexaGermaNadian said...

Haha, I am so glad you pointed this out, how funny is that. I think after eating one of these, I would be 'ready to puff' too. Oh translations and food, always the best :)

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