Box of Maya Kaimal Chicken Roti Wraps from Costco
Packaging of Maya Kaimal Chicken Roti Wraps from Costco
Maya Kaimal Chicken Roti Wraps from Costco cooked
Maya Kaimal Chicken Roti Wraps from Costco on plate

Growing up with some Indian food, I have had roti / rotli / chapati (flatbread) with rice and chicken curry, but never in a wrap. Costco had some frozen Indian-inspired chicken roti wraps with chicken curry and basmati rice inside, which sounded interesting to try. It was quick and easy to cook following the microwave instructions, and the wrap didn't come out overcooked or undercooked in our microwave.

The inside of the roti wrap did have a curry taste, but the curry taste was a little more bland than I expected. The curry was just a little bit spicy, but it wasn't really spicy at all, which was expected since the box says it is mild. The texture of the chicken, rice, and peas on the inside were all fine. The rice is maybe a little mushy, which is to be expected since it's frozen in a sauce. The roti didn't taste a lot like the Indian roti I have had and tasted more like just a regular whole grain tortilla. While it could use more curry taste overall, it still tasted good, and it was nice as a quick snack.

Overall Rating:
Food: Maya Kaimal Chicken Roti Wraps
Source: Costco, Tucson, AZ
Rating: Good


1 Comment

REVIEW – Maya Kaimal: Chicken Roti Wraps from Costco (Frozen)

  • Ammar Rai

    There is something incredibly amiss in these Chicken Roti Wraps… I actually don’t mind the fact that the rotis aren’t actually rotis… it has to do with the sauce. It’s simply not well-balanced. In fact, the flavor simply isn’t South-Asian, even though it may have been “South-Asian inspired”

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