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Asda Indian Banquet for 2 - £5.00 @ Asda

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Asda Indian Banquet for 2 - £5

Usually £7.98

Includes...
1 Tikka Masala
1 Chicken Korma
2 Pilau Rice
2 MiniNan Breads
6 Mini Onion Bhajis
4 Mini Vegetable Samosas
4 Mini Chicken Satays
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#1
Wow, Thanks a lot
#2
Asda's curries are very good.
Voted hot.
Thanks for the post.
#3
I'd buy this but they don't have Tarka Dhal. Its like Makhani dhal but a little 'otter.
#4
Voted "Hot". Excuse the pun.
#5
Hot for spicy food.......
#6
Am I the only greedy ******* who's been known to get one of these meal for two deals and polish it off on my own?
#7
Are these from the served counter.. not the ones in bags?
#8
UncleWilly
Am I the only greedy ******* who's been known to get one of these meal for two deals and polish it off on my own?


Me too, not sure whether that's because the portions are too small or I'm just a bloater :thumbsup:

mmm tempting, but korma and tikka masala are too mild...isn't there a Vindaloo/Madras/Phall version?
#9
Urgh!
#10
hot deal.....unlike the curries in it...
#11
Nice deal. I don't think I've tried the Asda range of their Indian curries - but the Sainsbury's ones are vile.

Wouldn't mind a similar "banquet for 2" on the hotter ones, as someone pointed out. Madras, vindaloo and phall all welcome - although I've yet to see a supermarket sell the latter - which is a shame. Sainsbury's hottest go up to Madras which would be ok-ish, but they taste like crap.

Personally I prefer to make my own, and I've found the cheapest, and best tasting way to do this is my using the "sauce jars" from M&S. The Madras Curry Paste, cooked alongside Pasata (blended tomato's) etc... make for a fantastic curry. Even M&S rice is 10x better than what I've had from Sainsbury's, Tesco's etc... They have a lovely coconut rice on the go at the moment.

For £5, you can't really go wrong, but I'd rather spend that little bit extra on individual ingredients and make my own.

Voted HOT though.
#12
Not a bad deal, though the curries are no better than a frozen curry. Readymade crap with not much meat in. Nans and rice aren't too bad.

That said for a £5er decent deal.
#13
Asda do Phal's, they are often on promotion for £1 from the counter.
I love tikka massala but would like them to add a vindaloo or phal for oh :)
#14
great deal off to asda!
#15
uuf361
Urgh!


Not the most constructive comment i have ever seen!

great deal though, yum yum for my tum:)
#16
Good deal although I have to say that the Morrisons ones are a hell of a lot better (£6.49 IIRC)!
#17
At that price wondering whether its cat korma
#18
kingmonkey69
Not a bad deal, though the curries are no better than a frozen curry. Readymade crap with not much meat in. Nans and rice aren't too bad.

That said for a £5er decent deal.


Sorry but thats nonsense, they are much better than most if not all frozen curries and our local Asda always seems to fill the tubs to the max so its a very good deal. The rice isn't the best but the curries are always of a pretty high standard and less grease laden than most take away ones.

If you can tell us a better frozen one thats cheaper then feel free, love to hear about it.
#19
even at that cheap price I wouldn't bother - asda counter curries are awful.

They are full of thickening agents - if you want a real tasty curry you should try tesco's counter takeaway, now they are lush and i seriously doubt any other supermarket could beat it :thumbsup:

voted hot for price tho :roll:
banned#20
thats my saturday night sorted :)
#21
kingmonkey69
Not a bad deal, though the curries are no better than a frozen curry. Readymade crap with not much meat in. Nans and rice aren't too bad.

That said for a £5er decent deal.


What you on about, last time i had this deal, mine and my friends meal both had 8 good sized pieces of meat in, guess it depends on store you go to, but mine have always had lots of meat in and have been lovely
#22
badgerrules
Not the most constructive comment i have ever seen!

great deal though, yum yum for my tum:)


lol, but "great deal though, yum yum for my tum" is constructive?
banned#23
Wish they'd do halal, to make it even more authentic.
#24
Villa
Wish they'd do halal, to make it even more authentic.


Yeah or they could use long pig for tasty cannibal/indian fusion food
#25
SamuraiHQ
Nice deal. I don't think I've tried the Asda range of their Indian curries - but the Sainsbury's ones are vile.


You sure that's not the placebo effect?

Virtually all UK supermarket curries are prepared by one company
#26
Asdas curries have gone very downhill lately and them £1 deals of bombay chicken is foul wouldnt give it my dog.
#27
JamesSmith
You sure that's not the placebo effect?

Virtually all UK supermarket curries are prepared by one company


Not true asda has there curry made by s&a foods in Derby and sainsburys use a different company and also morrisons use another company.
#28
Noctu
Good deal although I have to say that the Morrisons ones are a hell of a lot better (£6.49 IIRC)!


I agree Morrisons currys are much better now.
#29
Thanks..will get later on.
#30
JamesSmith
You sure that's not the placebo effect?

Virtually all UK supermarket curries are prepared by one company


Actually I'm positive.

Have a look the next time you're in these stores, on the reverse of the packaging. I can't remember the name of the Sainsbury's company that supplies, but I'm sure it's "Noon" or some rubbish. Also their chicken breast meat is exported from Thailand. M&S are local, and state so on the packaging.

Personally I've found Sainsbury's chicken to be consistently below par these last few months. The meat in the "ready made meals" taste horrid, whereas the ones from M&S taste absolutely fine. I only compare these two supermarkets as these are the two nearest to me. I did purchase from Tesco's a couple of times but they too, didn't taste right.

Even when they sell "skinless and bonless" chicken breasts, you can guarantee when you open up the packet, take them out and turn them over - that there will be a considerable amount of fat "tucked underneath". The last packet that was purchased was seriously veiny underneath (which can't be seen through the packaging), and patches of what looked like blood clots inside the meat. This is obviously something I'm not too impressed with, and I've generally found that both Asda and M&S sell much better products. It just makes me shudder when I wonder what goes into some of the meals - which is why I prefer to cook dishes from fresh.

No placebo effect here - I'm a pretty decent cook, and know when food doesn't taste as nice as it should.
#31
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JamesSmith
You sure that's not the placebo effect?

Virtually all UK supermarket curries are prepared by one company

Not true asda has there curry made by s&a foods in Derby and sainsburys use a different company and also morrisons use another company.


Perhaps you would like me to provide the dictionary definition of the word "virtually" for you?
#32
SamuraiHQ
No placebo effect here - I'm a pretty decent cook, and know when food doesn't taste as nice as it should.


Unless you conduct a double blind trial, you have absolute zero supporting evidence for your claim that you can discriminate by taste.
#33
Does it really matter if the supermarkets curries are made by the same company or not :lol:
As long as they taste good (which I think ASDA curries taste very nice) i'm not bothered who makes them :thumbsup:
#34
JamesSmith
Unless you conduct a double blind trial, you have absolute zero supporting evidence for your claim that you can discriminate by taste.


Yeah ok you're right. They're all made by the same company, in different countries, and taste different in each store. Get a life.

I'd like to see your supporting evidence for you initial claim on this. Don't even link to Brake Bros. - I've dealt with these personally myself and know for a fact they don't produce anywhere near what you're mentioning.

So while you're poking holes in people's responses, I'd very much like to see your feedback on yours.

While I wouldn't proclaim myself to be the next Gordon Ramsay, I CAN actually discriminate by taste because I have a decent palatte. But of course you think this is made up in my head as you know me so well.

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