1 other resounding recommendation for a spicy chocolate bar:
Dagoba has a bar called "xocolatl" that's dark chocolate, cacao nibs, aji amarillo chiles, maca, nutmeg, and vanilla. It's my absolute favorite (I don't actually have much of a sweet tooth, but the spicy does it for me). I'm in Northern CA - I think I've seen these in LA at Gelson's or Whole Foods but am not sure.
I'm a big fan of the Tasty Bite Line, although since I'm vegan there are only a few that I've been able to try. Of those, these are my two favorites: The Bombay Potatoes I find wonderful - it's nicely full of chickpeas which provide a little bit more resistance to the bite and contrast well with the soft potatoes. I also love the Bengal Lentils, which also have a nice consistency when you bite into them and are pleasantly spiced. My store has also just started carrying their Spinach Dal, which is one of the very few vegan pre-packaged spinach-based Indian dishes I've seen. It's spinach and lentils rather than spinach and paneer, and while I can see where it might be overpureed for some, I bulked it up with some tofu cubes and fresh spinach and enjoyed it immensely. On the minus side, their answer to Bengan Bharta ("Punjab Eggplant," I think?) is also vegan but is far too tomato-based for my taste (I'm spoiled by one particular restaurant version I simply can't get over). None of their dishes are very spicy, and normally I like my Indian food very hot, but the majority of the Tasty Bite entrees make it up in flavor, to me. If you want something creamier, they're also good if you stir in a couple ounces of coconut milk or (soy) yogurt.
However, I just tried Jyoti's Madras Sambar canned lentil & vegetable entree, and I ended up pouring most of it down the drain. It's one of the few they have at my store that's vegan, so I had high hopes, but from other comments I've seen I suspect that the Jyoti people just have too heavy a hand with the tamarind for my taste. They also have, to my mind, a big problem with consistency - whereas the Tasty Bite ingredients tend to hold their shape really well (and granted, I've never hated the over-pureed spinach), the Jyoti thing I just tried featured vegetables which were pretty much disintegrated. There were no lentils in evidence, and I'm wondering if they had been pureed. Also, the way they stretch one can to stretch to six servings is that you're meant to stir in a half can of water, which leaves you with a very thin, runny, tamarind-heavy gravy or slurry with some extremely soft vegetable bits suspended in it and no spice to it at all. Others might really like it, but since I prefer recognizable vegetables, bright flavors, a lighter touch with the tamarind, and a thicker sauce, I honestly can't recommend this product at all.