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ASDA Curry Meal Deal for £4.00 instore

£4.00 @ George (Asda George)
Just been to my local ASDA and they are doing a special offer on their currys. You can choose any two currys you like, 2 portions of rice, 2 mini bhajis and 2 mini naan breads for only £4. I think t… Read More
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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
Just been to my local ASDA and they are doing a special offer on their currys. You can choose any two currys you like, 2 portions of rice, 2 mini bhajis and 2 mini naan breads for only £4. I think this is normally about £7. The price of one curry is £2.88 so this is a bit of a bargain.
Sorry but I don't have a photo to put up. If you go to the curry section in ASDA there will be a sign saying the deal.
NOTE: this is instore only.
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banned#1
Can confirm this deal, think it runs this weekend only.

They are freezeable though.
#2
N20Y1D
Can confirm this deal, think it runs this weekend only.

They are freezeable though.


Ye they are, bought 4 lots and put them in the freezer. The ASDA currys are lovely as well. All the other supermarket currys I've tasted are very powdery and nasty. ASDA ones taste like you've got them from an Indian takeaway.:thumbsup:
#3
Is this the pre packaged stuff, or do you go to the counter and pick and mix the currys from the bowls?
#4
BeerGoggles
Is this the pre packaged stuff, or do you go to the counter and pick and mix the currys from the bowls?


You can pick from the bowls and if the bowls are empty they get it out of a big tub from the fridge.
#5
[COLOR="DarkOrchid"]Mmmm,
thats what we are eating tonight!![/COLOR]
#6
Matty 18
You can pick from the bowls and if the bowls are empty they get it out of a big tub from the fridge.


Wowzer. I'm up during the England half time break. I like to pick my own, some of those packages have dodgy combos (like Korma or somthing).. :thumbsup:
#7
Matty 18
Ye they are, bought 4 lots and put them in the freezer. The ASDA currys are lovely as well. All the other supermarket currys I've tasted are very powdery and nasty. ASDA ones taste like you've got them from an Indian takeaway.:thumbsup:


The currys from Waitrose don't taste like that, they're far nicer than Asda ones. :)
#8
BeerGoggles
Wowzer. I'm up during the England half time break. I like to pick my own, some of those packages have dodgy combos (like Korma or somthing).. :thumbsup:


Yeah last time they did one of those package deals I had to get one with madras in it and it burned my gob out, hehe. Mite be worth ringing to make sure they have the deal on at your ASDA before you rush down there.
#9
Good saving and the kind of proper supermarket deal that this forum was once about!

Much better than the ever increasing amount of "20p off a packet of crackers" tripe that we've been seeing too much of lately.

Just had our weekly Asda online shop delivered an hour ago. Pity we didn't know about these as we would have got some.

Voted HOT!
#10
are these the microwave ones?
#11
The pre-packaged curry deals - 2 curries, 2 pilau rice & 2 mini naans were only £3 in my local Asda, thats the trafford one,
#12
it was on today got 2 loads and put them in the freezer and the greater for the store said it was for 1 day only great deal
banned#13
anybody seen this in the glasgow area?
#14
Remember that these are very high in salts and fat! Try making home made currys. Not too difficult and taste much better. At my place, we use a tablespoon of olive oil to fry the onions but these will most definitely use ghee (butter). And they wont use one tablespoon, more likely to be on large dollop!!! (Serves 4)

Just hope wife dont catch me writing this on here!
[HUKD Blog Network]#15
RFC
anybody seen this in the glasgow area?


Hello you :)
Well doing it in Asda Coatbridge, just back-running until tomorrow...x

edit: thanks OP
#16
aj_aziz
Remember that these are very high in salts and fat! Try making home made currys. Not too difficult and taste much better. At my place, we use a tablespoon of olive oil to fry the onions but these will most definitely use ghee (butter). And they wont use one tablespoon, more likely to be on large dollop!!! (Serves 4)

Just hope wife dont catch me writing this on here!


Agreed. I made the mistake of buying one of those packaged Indian meal for 2 in the sealed plastic last week when it was only £3 or £4 - it's the same stuff as this offer but already in a sealed bag. Actually, just remembered it was actually chinese one I bought but it was absolutely digusting, must have had about 4 cloves of garlic in one portion. And I am pretty sure the portions are much smaller than they used to be, certainly not enough for a proper meal. :x So much so that I was going to complain next time I went but haven't been back since. Will never buy any **** like that again.
#17
I've never had a nice chinese meal from Asda, the curries are nice though IMO.
#18
For all the haters... it tastes like you'd expect for the price (that's Asda price). Buy or don't buy.
#19
this is cool man/? i mean hot if u choose vindaloo
#20
luveeerleey
#21
ecnirp98
The pre-packaged curry deals - 2 curries, 2 pilau rice & 2 mini naans were only £3 in my local Asda, thats the trafford one,


Only the Bhuna/Rogan josh one in my local.
#22
Surprisingly nice. I make my own (from spices rather than pastes / sauces) and even so I've found the Asda ones to be quite acceptable for a bit of easy munch.
#23
Well I am an expert on curries and the Asda ones were not to my liking. My favourite are the Sainsburys one. But for £4, fill your boots!
#24
Picked up some last night.
Curry for tea :thumbsup: Yummmmm
#25
they had bhuna/rogan and korma/madras at Trafford branch, though they were selling out quick.
banned#26
karri123
Hello you :)
Well doing it in Asda Coatbridge, just back-running until tomorrow...x

edit: thanks OP


thanks pal!
just wanted to know in case it was an england only thing,
gonna get some today,cheers!;-)
#27
msharif911
Well I am an expert on curries and the Asda ones were not to my liking. My favourite are the Sainsburys one. But for £4, fill your boots!


I better steer clear of these then if they're not to your liking!
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Got some last night - there were very sweet and sickly (Vindaloo and Tika Massala) - why they added surgar I do not know. Don't buy many supermarket curries but if ASDA curies are considered one of the best I think I will avoid from other places.

Still for £4 I'm not going to winge :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Get a book and make you own far far nicer and better for you. I would recommend "The Curry Secret" on Amazon.
banned#29
BeerGoggles
Got some last night - there were very sweet and sickly (Vindaloo and Tika Massala) - why they added surgar I do not know. Don't buy many supermarket curries but if ASDA curies are considered one of the best I think I will avoid from other places.

Still for £4 I'm not going to winge :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Get a book and make you own far far nicer and better for you. I would recommend "The Curry Secret" on Amazon.


gonna try that book seems to get a good write up!cheers:thumbsup:

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