Amy’s Light in Sodium Indian Mattar Paneer Review

Amy's Light in Sodium Indian Mattar Paneer

It’s hard to know what to expect from frozen Indian food. Some of the meals we’ve sampled are absolutely phenomenal. Other dishes we’ve tried are downright disgusting. Amy’s Light in Sodium Indian Mattar Paneer falls somewhere in between those two extremes.

When we sampled the standard version of this dish, we thought that the chana masala was the best part. The same thing is true here. It’s a little bit spicy, and it blends nicely with the rice. The rice is far too bland to be eaten on its own; it’s definitely designed to be stirred into everything else.

Amy's Light in Sodium Indian Mattar Paneer

The meal only includes a few chunks of paneer cheese, but we found it to be absolutely delicious. We’d actually say that the cheese in the low-sodium version of this meal tastes a little bit richer. Unfortunately, the organic peas don’t do anything to enhance this dish. They’re fairly bland, and they’re slightly mushy as well. We only had a few bites of peas before we gave up.

If you’re trying to watch your sodium intake, this dish is definitely worth sampling. It’s just as good as Amy’s regular Mattar Paneer, and it only contains 390 mg of sodium. However, if you’re looking for the best frozen Indian food on the market, there are better options than this dish. Amy’s Light in Sodium Indian Mattar Paneer isn’t bad, but it isn’t remarkable either.

For more information about this dish’s ingredients and nutritional content, check out our scans below:

Amy's Light in Sodium Indian Mattar Paneer

Amy's Light in Sodium Indian Mattar Paneer