Monday, 18 June 2012

Graze Box Review - Korai Chutney

Graze Box Delivery Date: 1 June 2012 

After half a year of receiving Graze boxes on a weekly basis, I’ve decided to scale back my deliveries to once a fortnight. This means fewer reviews from me. But hopefully I’ve covered many of the available snacks and there are always additions to try out.

This week I received three of my favourite snacks and one of Graze’s new dips.



Previous favourites were Fruit and Seed flapjacks - week 3, (rustic rolled oats, seeds and fruits). This one’s got plenty of fibre.


Hickory Smoked Nuts and Seeds - week 1, (cashews, smoked almonds, roasted sunflower seeds and roasted pumpkin seeds) – this lot is high in the antioxidant vitamin E. 

Also Super Berry Detox - week 5, (green raisins, goji berries, cranberries and blueberries) – the whole snack = 1 portion of fruit. And the new snack was Korai Chutney.


Korai Chutney 

This is the second snack I’ve received from Graze’s new Dip selection. And like the My Tai dip reviewed last week, it’s wonderfully low in calories. Korai Chutney contains some delicious crunchy baked curry bites with a small section of spiced tomato chutney on the side.

I’ve never really had much to do with chutney. It’s not something I ever buy or eat when I go out. But I was looking forward to trying this one out. The little bites are similar to the soy bites found in some of Graze’s other snacks, except these have a curry taste. With their mild curry flavour, they're good enough to eat on their own. But dipping them into the little pot of tomato chutney really does spice them up.
The chutney is a combination of  gooey ‘tomatoey’ sweetness, while the chilli kick just livens up the whole flavour. It goes perfectly with the curry bites and it was hard to stop eating these in one go. I'd love these in every box so they absolutely get a rating of LOVE.

Calories for the punnet: 69.6

About the Graze packaging:

All Graze boxes and the nutrition booklets are made from sustainable sources and they’re both biodegradable and recyclable. The punnets are made from 80% recycled content and can be recycled along with other plastics.

If you’re keen to try out a Graze snack box for yourself, you can order one completely free using this code: 9HZTPXFD. All you need to do is log onto Graze, enter your details, choose your type of Graze box and enter the special code (9HZTPXFD) for your free box. You’re not committed to an ongoing delivery. In fact, if you don’t want any more, you can stop further deliveries as soon as you like.

But from my experiences, I’m sure you’ll be as wowed by Graze as thousands of others like me. This post provides an outline to how the Graze system works.


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