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    The Backpacker's Pantry Katmandu Curry offers a vegan-friendly option for spicing up your evening meal. Simply boil, seal, stir, and serve—dinner's ready in about 15 minutes.
    • Vegan-friendly product
    • Item #BKP0010

    Tech Specs

    Serving Size
    1/2 package
    Servings Per Container
    Pouch Cook
    Total Carbohydrates
    64 g
    Total Fat
    1.5 g
    Saturated Fat
    0 g
    18 g
    1220 mg
    0 mg
    Dietary Fiber
    32 g
    9 g
    Claimed Weight
    6.6 oz
    Recommended Use
    backpacking, camping

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    Tasty Curry

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    It's really easy to overdo it on the curry if you're not careful. But Katmandu Curry was spot on! Tasty, and not too outrageous. I'd definitely buy it again.

    Curry, well not that kind.

      This curry is quite good, but i should of taken into account it not a thai curry. lacked coconut for the gravy, in fact the gravy was more of a watery than thick creamy gravy. it felt like more of a jambalaya with eastern spices than a curry im use to.

      Highly recommend

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      This is really tasty, and it's a good way to mix it up if you always buy the same dehydrated meals. Not too spicy, but super flavorful.

      Flavorful and satisfying

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've tried a ton of different freeze dried meals from lots of companies. The Katmandu Curry from Backpacker's Pantry is one my regular choices. You can definitely tell you are not eating a fresh restaurant curry, I mean those freeze dried veggies can only do so much. But when I'm in the backcountry, this meal is so tasty and filling. I eat the whole thing or share 2 meals with a friend, as I'm usually famished after a long day of backpacking.

      Great go to camping food

        Backpackers pantry knows what's up! These meals are easy to fix and also super tasty!! All you have to do is get your water to a roaring boil (I like to use my jet boil ) then you pour the water into the package stir seal and let sit for about 10-15 minutes! Then like magic it's ready to eat!!

        Not bad at all.

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        I picked this up to change things up from the chicken and rice staples I always use. I love me some curry and this did not disappoint. I would recommend, as others have said, to stir it up really well! My spoon was kinda short and I didn't do a good enough job. The first serving was pretty bland, but then the second serving was super salty because I sucked at stirring.
        I make a similar meal at home with lentils and veggies, so ingredient wise, this one was great.

        Good stuff

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This is a really nice change from most of the other backpacking meals on the market. Its a little spicy and has really good flavor. I can split this with my wife and have a side and we will both be satisfied. This has been added to one of my go to backpacking meals.

        Pretty Good!

          This meal was rather satisfying. Like some of the other reviews you have to make sure you stir this really good. I had a few bites that were very salty because it had most of the dry seasoning. Even with that being said it was very good. I enjoy Curry and it is awesome that I can bring it into the wilderness.

          Yummy and vegetarian

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          Finding yummy dried vegetarian food is not an easy task. This is delicious, even my meat-eating boyfriend enjoyed it.

          As with all the backpacker's pantry products I've tried you REALLY have to stir it up to get good flavor consistency.

          64 grams of dietary fiber in a package..

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I took this on a mountaineering outing. I ate it it for dinner on the side of a glacier. It was only after I consumed the entire bag that I read the packaging and realized that it contained 250% of my daily fiber intake. 250%. 5 hours before ascending a glacier, tied to 3 other people.

          Lesson learned: Try this at home first before eating an entire package on the side of a mountain.

          I'd eat this at home

          • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

          Although my girlfriend would roll her eyes and call me crazy, this may be the best of the backpacking meals I have tried. Granted I have an iron stomach but I really liked this meal and had no problem wolfing down both servings. The bottom of my list of edible backpacking meals would be the MREs I used to get when working for the Park Service and this would rank at the top, maybe a notch below home cooked. The spice level was very manageable (probably the mildest level you would get at a Nepali restaurant) which was actually really nice because it was flavorful but didn't leave me chugging a bunch of water in the hopes of quenching the fires of Mordor. I like to focus my liquid consumption on wine while backpacking. Which brings me to another point, this paired well with a Pinot Noir I brought and it seemed to enhance the flavors a bit.


          -It took a bit longer to cook than the instructions stated (even adjusted for the 11,300ft elevation I ate it at).

          -You need a long spoon to eat it all without making a mess (gladly I had my extra long Stoic Ti spoon)

          Unanswered Question

          Does this have gluten in it? I can't find any allergen information or ingredients list for this item.