MTR Foods Ready to Eat meals – Perfect this summer

The good old Kiwi summer is just around the corner! Pohutakawa trees, jandals, backyard cricket, tramping, L&P, staying at the bach, hokey pokey icecreams, water fights, cicadas, roadtrips, togs, camping, fishing… I can’t wait.

We’ve got another thing to look forward to: MTR Foods Ready to Eat meals! Our delicious authentic Indian meals are perfect this summer for camping, boating, fishing and tramping.

Whether you’re heading to a good ol’ Kiwi bach or pitching the tent at your favourite spot around NZ, our tasty range of Ready to Eat meals are definitely worth adding to your grocery list. Because the products don’t require refrigeration you can keep them in your tent, or store them at the bach sweet as!

The meals can either be heated up in a couple of minutes in the microwave, in a pot on the stove or even better over a campfire. The speed and convenience is great, especially if you’re tuckered out after a tough day’s back yard cricket.

The meals are also a good companion for outdoor activities such as tramping. You can easily throw a couple of meals in your pack, Alu Methi (curried potato and fenugreek leaves) is a personal fav, along with Dal Makhani (black lentil curry). There’s nothing better than a delicious hot meal after a long day’s tramping. And, if for some reason you don’t have anything to heat the meals up with (or are too knackered to) then you can always eat the pre-cooked meals straight from the pack.

If you’re heading out on the boat, especially for a few days then why not grab a slab of products? Men – we all know you’re king fisherman, but just in case you don’t land the big one, this is an ideal backup (Ladies, we know how bad he actually is at fishing, so probably best you get a couple of cartons…)

So there you have it. MTR Foods Ready To Eat meals perfect this summer, available from Asian supermarkets and supermarkets in the International or gluten free aisles.

About Ryan Astle

Ryan loves food. He is known for his large appetite, and whilst travelling in Fiji got the nickname "The one that eats". As an explorer of the great outdoors, Ryan can of... View all posts by Ryan Astle

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