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All Morrisons House Special Indian Meals Half price - £1.59

£1.59 @ Morrisons
Morrisons do a number of currys - 5 mins in the microwave - and they are genuinely brilliant From memory Chicken Tikka Lamb Rogan Beef Madras Chicken Jalfrezi Prawn Bhuna Peri-Peri Not o… Read More
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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Morrisons do a number of currys - 5 mins in the microwave - and they are genuinely brilliant

From memory

Chicken Tikka
Lamb Rogan
Beef Madras
Chicken Jalfrezi
Prawn Bhuna
Peri-Peri

Not one of these curry / rice packs which are a waste of money - this is simply a high quality curry ready to microwave
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#1
Not one of these curry / rice packs which are a waste of money - this is simply a high quality curry ready to microwave

thats what this is.
#2
what - a good curry or a waste of money?
#3
Tormod
what - a good curry or a waste of money?

its not a good curry, A waste of money I dont know, but im sure I could make my own curry for less then £1.59 and it would taste better then this.

Im dont know if I should vote hot/warm/cold.
#4
I think these are good - as good as a take away on the whole - some good cooks could do better, sure, but not me!!
#5
Tormod
I think these are good - as good as a take away on the whole - some good cooks could do better, sure, but not me!!

yes good point, voted hot, but I would not say its a great tasting curry by any means, perhaps I have higher standards to the average person.
#6
black gerbil1
yes good point, voted hot, but I would not say its a great tasting curry by any means, perhaps I have higher standards to the average person.


no, just a narcissistic streak!
#7
AugQX
no, just a narcissistic streak!


yeah, and someone full of him/herself!

talk about up your own **** :whistling:
#8
tried these and the masala was nice, not loads of chicken but nicely flavoured sauce, shame they don't still do the vindaloo, it wasn't that hot tho, but tasted really nice
#9
Made b y Noon, like most supermarket curries. Great for £1.59 but not worth £3.19.
Personally prefer Asda and Costco curries.
#10
I'm eating a peri peri once right now, i embellished it a little with a few extra ingredients and its damn good for the money! :thumbsup:

ok so this site is all about money saving...but for the love of curry don't irradiate it! cook it in the oven!

fry up half a chopped onion, fresh chopped chilli to taste, 1 clove of garlic, a couple of chopped mushrooms and some peanuts, then add it to the curry and stick it in the oven..i put 2 birdseye chillies in mine and my mouth is on fire!
#11
I was salivating at the thought of curry, then i saw your avatar pic to the left, ugh! :w00t:
#12
Great for £1.59 but not worth £3.19.


:thumbsup:

Specially as you do not get rice, the Chicken Bhuna Balti one at least has naan bread but thats it, no rice.



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banned#13
Haram :(
1 Like #14
I would try one if a Morrisons was near me. Heat added for good price for food :-) xx
#15
Adnan786
Haram :(


what does urban planning have to do with this cheap meal that's not that bad? :?

I'm assuming you mean Haraam? :whistling:

If you are going to post in a foreign language on here then at least spell it correctly so we can Google what it is you are so cleverly saying!

du bist sind klug!
#16
that's a good price for a ready meal curry!!

heat added!

but if they don't have any vegetarian ones it's no good to me :x
1 Like #17
TamaraKnight
I would try one if a Morrisons was near me. Heat added for good price for food :-) xx


Rep added for a nice comment! I don't believe that you have missed out on a lot here! :)
banned#18
androo
what does urban planning have to do with this cheap meal that's not that bad? :?

I'm assuming you mean Haraam? :whistling:

If you are going to post in a foreign language on here then at least spell it correctly so we can Google what it is you are so cleverly saying!

du bist sind klug!


Haram, Haraam, Halal, Halaal, same thing. None are incorrect so go stuff ur face with haram :-D

The word may be foreign but it is understood by most in this country, even written in arabic, unless u came down in the last shower. Dont blame me for ur intellectual shortcomings, and if u didnt understand u could have just asked, its no secret, i would have just told you :)

And why thank you, i am :-)
#19
Adnan786
Haram, Haraam, Halal, Halaal, same thing. None are incorrect so go stuff ur face with haram :-D

The word may be foreign but it is understood by most in this country, even written in arabic, unless u came down in the last shower. Dont blame me for ur intellectual shortcomings, and if u didnt understand u could have just asked, its no secret, i would have just told you :)

And why thank you, i am :-)


'most', indeed. i guess you maybe correct in some parts.

google the word you said! go on! my point is still valid! I was bored and thought oh what is this person saying in foreign as I ate one of the currys this post is about, and guess what came up..something that made no sense! i have no interest in learning your language either, i really don't, sorry to be too dumb to give a ****. Just spell things correctly if you feel the English language inadequate please!
(good to see you agree with the spelling and you can use babelfish with what I say).

nice easy curry tho. can't complain about that.

go eat a pasty!
#20
**** curry better with asda
#21
Adnan786
Haram :(


Adnan786 - Can you please clarify what you meant and why you felt the need to make such a post ?
#22
I bought Prawn Bhuna last week and it was very nice and delicious. A bit fattening but a nice treat once in a while. Voted hot!
#23
Torom you sure you don't work for Noon? lol.

I actually work for the distribution company that delivers all these products into Morrison's and get sick of seeing the stuff lol, trust me at the moment we are moving lots and lots of this stuff.
banned 1 Like #24
androo
'most', indeed. i guess you maybe correct in some parts.

google the word you said! go on! my point is still valid! I was bored and thought oh what is this person saying in foreign as I ate one of the currys this post is about, and guess what came up..something that made no sense! i have no interest in learning your language either, i really don't, sorry to be too dumb to give a ****. Just spell things correctly if you feel the English language inadequate please!
(good to see you agree with the spelling and you can use babelfish with what I say).

nice easy curry tho. can't complain about that.

go eat a pasty!


No one has asked you to learn any language and neither were u required to to understand a basic word. Its like me saying i dont know what bonjour or grazie means and why should i, i dont speak french or italian. But never the less, i searched "haram" on google http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en&q=haram&meta=

AND LOOK WHAT I FOUND:

1st link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haram "The Arabic language has two separate words, حرم ḥaram and حرام ḥarām, both derived from the same triliteral Semitic root Ḥ-R-M. Both of these words can mean "forbidden" and/or "sacred" in a general way"

3rd Link: http://www.geocities.com/mikailtariq/haram.htm "Haram: Haram is the Arabic word for that which is forbidden."

5th Link: "A great informative site about Halal & Haram- lawful and unlawful in Islam"

But u have tried so hard to put me down that u have ignored all common sense. Just because wikipedia has a article for haram being a sanctuary and haraam being forbidden, for good measure, it doesnt mean that all other muslims, who have correctly been using both terms haram and haraam to mean forbidden have been wrong!! Its the context in which its used.

Al Har'am is a mosque in Saudia, so who ever posted that article on wiki must have used the alternative for forbidden, haraam instead, but that doesnt give u right to tell me that im wrong, self confessed one language speaking thinks he knows it all cos he has google. Pathetic.

So you stick to the only one language u know and think of ur searching skills before u try and correct someone else in the future. We all know how much u actually care about this. Next time just ask, or spend longer searching and understanding.
banned#25
Wafty Cranker
Adnan786 - Can you please clarify what you meant and why you felt the need to make such a post ?



Hi, haram means prohibited, not allowed, sinful or along those lines. In Islam things that are halal are permissable and haram are not. In the context of food there is also halal and haram. Pig meat is totally haram and meat from chicken, lamb, cows etc that is permissable needs to be slaughtered by the shariah law for it to be halal. I.e read with a pray, cut at the jugular etc etc.

The post i made, in question was "Haram :( "

Now considering im a muslim, theres an offer on meals that i cannot benefit from, since the meals with the meat are not halal. So therefore the frown. Note: i have not discouraged anyone else not to buy it, (other then any other muslims i hope) i have not voted cold and i think its a good deal.

The comment wasnt provocative, simply a statement of why it wasnt for me followed by a :( to denote that i wish it was halal so i could make full use of it. But then there will always be those who once they realise your muslim will try to undermine you at every opportunity and be pedantic. Best of luck to them.
#26
androo
go eat a pasty!



There nothing wrong with Pastys! (The spiritual food of all good Bristol Rovers Fans by the way)

Anyway, good deal this, quite nice curry for the reduced price, voted hot.
#27
Adnan786
Hi, haram means prohibited, not allowed, sinful or along those lines. In Islam things that are halal are permissable and haram are not. In the context of food there is also halal and haram. Pig meat is totally haram and meat from chicken, lamb, cows etc that is permissable needs to be slaughtered by the shariah law for it to be halal. I.e read with a pray, cut at the jugular etc etc.

The post i made, in question was "Haram :( "

Now considering im a muslim, theres an offer on meals that i cannot benefit from, since the meals with the meat are not halal. So therefore the frown. Note: i have not discouraged anyone else not to buy it, (other then any other Muslims i hope) i have not voted cold and i think its a good deal.

The comment wasnt provocative, simply a statement of why it wasnt for me followed by a :( to denote that i wish it was halal so i could make full use of it. But then there will always be those who once they realise your muslim will try to undermine you at every opportunity and be pedantic. Best of luck to them.


Dear Adnan and others

Thanks for telling us that its Haram or Haraam (It is from foreign language so don't mind spellings)
I was about to ask if it was Haram..

not for me friends enjoy ur curry..

Respect :-D
#28
box full of salt.... hmmmmmmmm. bargain
#29
thanks, voted hot, these aren't too bad but you need to do rice yourself.
banned#30
humadoon
Dear Adnan and others

Thanks for telling us that its Haram or Haraam (It is from foreign language so don't mind spellings)
I was about to ask if it was Haram..

not for me friends enjoy ur curry..

Respect :-D


Thank you for reading :)
banned#31
And thank you TamaraK :-)
#32
Just had a King Prawn Bhuna. One of the best supermarket ready-meals/currys I've tasted.
Really nice :thumbsup:
#33
Mr G
Just had a King Prawn Bhuna. One of the best supermarket ready-meals/currys I've tasted.
Really nice :thumbsup:




well with a handy helping of salt to preserve the food and msg to flavour it, anything would taste good really. lol

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