Is Sukhi's Vindaloo Chicken Street Wrap any good?
Yes! These are a definite buy. If you’re craving a snack that’s quick to prepare and packed with flavor, you can’t go wrong with this wrap. The only downside is you probably won’t want to stop at one.
This vindaloo style is one of a variety of wraps from Indian food producer Sukhi’s – and in a word is great. I’m a huge lover of Indian food and these wraps don’t hold back on the flavor or spice level. If you’re not a love of spicy food you might want to skip these, they definitely pack a little heat.
Inside the wraps – which are wheat roti bread – you’ll find a filling of rice and peas with very good quality chicken; which is a pleasant change of pace, too often frozen snacks try to sneak in sub par ingredients, not here. If I had one small complaint, I’d like to see just a touch more chicken. I’m not sure I’d call the flavor Vindaloo per se, but it is quite enjoyable with a slight fruity tang.
I typically use these as a grab and go snack during the day or maybe for breakfast; another option would be to cover with a little curry sauce and serve with rice – for an Indian enchilada of sorts.
What’s a fair price?
I’ve seen these as low as $2.79 per wrap when on sale at Whole Foods. From there I typically see them retail at various stores for $3.29-$3.69. Under three bucks I think these are a steal. They do feel a little pricey the closer to four dollars they get. Again though, these wraps are full of quality ingredients.
Sukhi’s Vindaloo Chicken Street Wrap cooking instructions and nutrition
Preparation of these wraps couldn’t be simpler. Pop in the microwave for one minute, flip and cook for one more. And that’s it. You’re just two minutes from a great snack. You’ll want to be careful not to overcook these, as the ends of the folded roti wrap can get hard fast if overcooked.
Nutrition wise these aren’t the healthiest option in the world to be honest, but hey, they’re worth the splurge in my book; and inarguably better than any equivalent fast food item you might reach for too.
Sukhi’s Vindaloo Chicken Street Wrap what’s in the packet
Pretty simple, one packet, one wrap. There’s no microwave sleeve needed. Just cover with something like a paper towel when microwaving.
Hi I’m Stuart., amateur home cook and professional food writer. You can find my writing at places like The Salt Lake Tribune and Gastronomic SLC, which I founded more than a decade ago. As well as writing extensively about restaurants, I’m endlessly curious about that product on the shelf. Is it any good I wonder? If you’re like me, wonder no more.