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Dec 30, 2010 02:13 PM

Chicken Korma from Costco

OK, I was a bit cooked out and just wanted an easy night to get caught up on other things. Saw the Chicken Korma in the refrigerated section. (Cuisine was in the brand title). Chicken tenders in a Korma sauce. I have to say, it was pretty good and certainly filled the bill for the evening. I baked it in a large ceramic pie dish for 15-20. (I prefer baking to nuking.) Some rice with a few peas thrown in, some frozen naan and some chutney. Good to go.

I've also gotten some chicken enchilada casserole there which also isn't bad. They used to have some London broil with mushrooms and bacon but seemed to have stopped making those.I'm usually a from-scratch cook but I do need a break from time to time. Anyone else tried any Costco pre-mades?

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  1. Their chicken noodle soup, chicken pot pie, and chicken salad, all made from their delicious but heavily salted rotisserie chicken, are delicious (as long as you have roomy shoes to wear the next day).

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    1. re: greygarious

      Couldn't have said it better myself! I don't think I've ever had a ::bad:: pre-made item from Costco, it's just that it's all so high in sodium.