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ASDA Chicken Jalfrezi & Tikka Masala with Rice & 2 Sides (1340g) Rollback was £6.00 now £4.00

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ASDA Chicken Jalfrezi & Tikka Masala with Rice & 2 Sides 1340g (Rollback Deal) was £6.00 now £4.00 ASDA Chicken Korma & Chicken Tikka Masala with Rice & 2 Sides 1340g (Rollback Deal) was £6.00 now… Read More
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ASDA Chicken Jalfrezi & Tikka Masala with Rice & 2 Sides 1340g (Rollback Deal) was £6.00 now £4.00

ASDA Chicken Korma & Chicken Tikka Masala with Rice & 2 Sides 1340g
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2 Likes #1
Chicken, chicken, chicken. What happened to beef & dare I say it, lamb.
#2
I wish these were customisable, chicken tikka jalfrezi is fine but no one In my house would eat the massala!
#3
Luv Chicken Chicken Chicken :P bought the madras one on Saturday it was Lush! HEAT
1 Like #4
I wish they'd do the Chinese ones for reduced price - and not the Chinese Chicken Curry one
#5
Normally just get quorn but i'll try this for once
#6
Same offer also on in Hendry's but it is £5 if that helps anyone not near an ASDA.
1 Like #7
heat
#8
Hot
1 Like #9
Got two today reduced to £3.20. There are a few combinations too, korma, tikka, madras and jalfezi
1 Like #10
73greystoke
Chicken, chicken, chicken. What happened to beef & dare I say it, lamb.

Perhaps because they haven't worked out how to raise a cow or a sheep that's ready for slaughter in just over a month?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2999689/The-35-day-life-KFC-chicken-shed-34-000-birds-Documentary-reveals-conditions-23-million-birds-fast-food-chain-uses-year-kept-in.html
#11
Not in Luton ASDA!
1 Like #12
Had this last week, sauce was fine but the chicken was awful.
#13
Curry for people who don't like curry. Rubbish
1 Like #14
73greystoke
Chicken, chicken, chicken. What happened to beef & dare I say it, lamb.

One normally would not expect beef on an Indian menu.

But lamb......yes please. Fed up with all these boxed meals serving chicken only dishes.

I'd sooner have 1 lamb and one vegetable dish than 2 chicken if it's about the cost. Or charge a little extra.
1 Like #15
To my horror Mrs topazz brought one home for the first time this week and i was surprised how tasty it all was. Not in the same league as my home made curries made using original spices but both the asda curries were equal to several Indian restaurants I've eaten at in the past. Convenient and much better than I was expecting for £4.
#16
perhaps there is a gap in the market and there is room to make products like this using beef, pork or lamb instead!
1 Like #17
Salt salt salt!!
1 Like #18
Got one reduced to £3.04 (dated yesterday, bought yesterday) and we ate it yesterday, it was rather nice, but really would never pay £6 for it. And as for beef on an Indian menu, have you forgotten that they regard cows as sacred?

Edited By: JaneEB on Mar 08, 2017 08:23
1 Like #19
We get these every few weeks as a treat, good value at £6 so £4 for 2 indian curries is spot on. Tried a hot vindaloo from Iceland for £1.50, cracking ruby but not as hot as people say. No rice or nan bread with Icelands ones.

Have some well deserved heat from me OP
1 Like #20
@deanoquinn, try the asda vindaloo, very hot!
#21
Great deal. thanks op. Heat added.
#22
Used to have Asda curries regular until a few years ago they changed the recipe and the chicken in them is now awful. Slimy gristly chewy bits. No thanks
1 Like #23
clint.thrust
Salt salt salt!!

Imagine opening your front door and shouting that to everyone on your street.

You just did exactly that, you look mental.
#24
These are quite vile to be honest.

Good price but dont expect it to be tasteful.The curry counter always used to be decent a few years ago!
1 Like #25
vicsmcd
Used to have Asda curries regular until a few years ago they changed the recipe and the chicken in them is now awful. Slimy gristly chewy bits. No thanks

Yeah, they used to be quite nice until they fired off the original supplier. I used to deliberately do my shopping at Asda so I could grab some.

The new recipes are gross. The chicken just taste wrong and it makes me literally gag.

Sadly the old supplier decided to close up shop with everyone losing their jobs. Such a shame, their curries were closer than any supermarket has got to replicating takeaway style taste at home.

http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/uncategorized/curry-squeeze-at-asda-after-supplier-goes-into-administration/





Edited By: Leonintelex on Mar 08, 2017 13:53
1 Like #26
spacedog
Not in Luton ASDA!
Me neither !
1 Like #27
Leonintelex
vicsmcd
Used to have Asda curries regular until a few years ago they changed the recipe and the chicken in them is now awful. Slimy gristly chewy bits. No thanks
Yeah, they used to be quite nice until they fired off the original supplier. I used to deliberately do my shopping at Asda so I could grab some.
The new recipes are gross. The chicken just taste wrong and it makes me literally gag.
Sadly the old supplier decided to close up shop with everyone losing their jobs. Such a shame, their curries were closer than any supermarket has got to replicating takeaway style taste at home.http://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/uncategorized/curry-squeeze-at-asda-after-supplier-goes-into-administration/

I completely agree! A while ago I used to shop at Asda regularly mainly for their great curries and would pick up other bits too. I don't go to Asda any more now.

Heat for the effort though OP.

The same thing happened with Tesco curries a few months ago, anyone knows what happened? Their Tandoori masala with bombay potatoes used to be the best thing they ever had!

Edited By: chrispycarrot on Mar 08, 2017 15:59
1 Like #28
73greystoke
Chicken, chicken, chicken. What happened to beef & dare I say it, lamb.

Beef curry - that'll go down well amongst Indian Hindus!

Edited By: Gollywood on Mar 08, 2017 18:08
#29
How do you like your chicken? Like rubber, I like my chicken, like rubber.
#30
Chicken Tikka Masala!

Invented in Scotland :)
suspended 1 Like #31
73greystoke
Chicken, chicken, chicken. What happened to beef & dare I say it, lamb.

Dare I say it, yes I do. You have been a member since 2013 but haven't submitted a single deal.

Hot air and opinions bring nothing to my table and save me jack all. Post an alternative deal that comfortably feeds two or better still any deal from anywhere that includes lamb and beef curries for 2 for £2

Way too much sneer and whine available from people who contribute nothing to this site

Ignore button comes into use.

Good deal Johnny - hot!
2 Likes #32
spacedog
Not in Luton ASDA!
yh i went over and i was informed its gonna take 6 weeks for the brunt roof to be replaced
#33
COLD, tastes like **** and hot, worst meal deal (ready meal) out of the super markets tesco, and sainsbury version loads better
#34
topazz
To my horror Mrs topazz brought one home for the first time this week and i was surprised how tasty it all was. Not in the same league as my home made curries made using original spices but both the asda curries were equal to several Indian restaurants I've eaten at in the past. Convenient and much better than I was expecting for £4.

Equal to Indian restaurants?

oO
#35
andynicol
Equal to Indian restaurants?oO

Better than one or two i've eaten at over the years. I don't rate the majority if indian/bangladeshi restaurants highly at all TBH. Average tends to be a few spices added to an oily tasteless base stew.
#36
Groovii.D
73greystoke
Chicken, chicken, chicken. What happened to beef & dare I say it, lamb.

One normally would not expect beef on an Indian menu.

But lamb......yes please. Fed up with all these boxed meals serving chicken only dishes.

I'd sooner have 1 lamb and one vegetable dish than 2 chicken if it's about the cost. Or charge a little extra.


Curries are not only from India.

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