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ASDA Indian Curry With Rice - £2.30-£2.88 each or 3 for £4.00

£4.00 @ George (Asda George)
Hi all, Hope this is a good deal to some. ASDA currently have a promotion, but its not widely advertised in our store in Leicester, but in the ASDA Indian range (where the ready meals are) ASDA… Read More
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9y, 1m agoFound 9 years, 1 month ago
Hi all,

Hope this is a good deal to some.

ASDA currently have a promotion, but its not widely advertised in our store in Leicester, but in the ASDA Indian range (where the ready meals are) ASDA have their ASDA Indian range. It's a good deal because:
- you get a good deal on the curry and rice packages anyway (as you can buy them as separate)
- they are currently around £2.50ish each depending on the curry, but at 3 for £4, you effectively can save up to around £4.50ish

I think the best item and one of the most expensive is the Tandori Chicken Masala & Pilau Rice which is around £2.88. I got two of these and a Lamb Rogan Josh with Pilau Rice (which was £2.30). But there are loads of varieties especially in the Chicken range - all the usual Indian curry varieties.

I think it works out to be a better bargain than when ASDA sell a curry from the curry counter discounted to £1 as you get 3 portions of rice as well!!!!

Hope this helps some curry lover out there!!! :)

AMO
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#1
mmm deffo get some today. will stock up my freezer..
#2
Yuk ! Don't know how people eat that yellow looking stuff. voted hot on the price though...
#3
Yum Yum look's like I'll be paying a visit to Asda their Tandorri Chichen Massala is AMAZING.;-)
Thanx
Gillx
#4
karaokegill
Yum Yum look's like I'll be paying a visit to Asda their Tandorri Chichen Massala is AMAZING.;-)
Thanx
Gillx


I agree. Is why I got 2! :thumbsup:

My girlfriend likes that one the best.

Also, on the curry counter, this is the one that is never on special offer - I don't know if this is because its the most expensive to make.

But it tastes great! :-D

AMO
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1. Chop an onion and fry until soft in 50% butter (or ghee) and 50% cooking oil.
2. Throw in a couple of tablespoons of spices (garam masala or tikka spice blend or similar) and fry off for a minute or two
3. Add some chicken/lamb/vegetables/whatever you want and fry for a couple of minutes
4. Pour in boiling water to just about cover the ingredients, about 250ml and simmer for 20-25 minutes
5. While you're waiting, wash and then boil some rice.
6. serve.

Not much work, cheaper, will taste better, only takes half an hour, no preservatives, better quality etc...

Still, the original deal is a good price if you really can't spend half an hour cooking yourself, though how many people are actually that busy and not just lazy? :)
#6
Spielo


Not much work, cheaper, will taste better, only takes half an hour, no preservatives, better quality etc...

Still, the original deal is a good price if you really can't spend half an hour cooking yourself, though how many people are actually that busy and not just lazy? :)


Christ Almighty! Will the food Nazi's please leave off any of the non-organic, non-free range, non-home cooked food deals. :x

I like the Asda curries and of a weekend, I am very lazy and enjoy sticking them in the oven with the minimum of hassle.

Watch you don't fall off your high horse!
#7
Obviously a HOT curry. :-D :p :w00t:
#8
Good deal.

3 meals and 3 bottles of wine for £14, jobs a goodun.

Nearly sent a text to my Mrs then realised we have everything for fish curry in the kitchen.
#9
Spielo;2161608
1. Chop an onion and fry until soft in 50% butter (or ghee) and 50% cooking oil.
2. Throw in a couple of tablespoons of spices (garam masala or tikka spice blend or similar) and fry off for a minute or two
3. Add some chicken/lamb/vegetables/whatever you want and fry for a couple of minutes
4. Pour in boiling water to just about cover the ingredients, about 250ml and simmer for 20-25 minutes
5. While you're waiting, wash and then boil some rice.
6. serve.

Not much work, cheaper, will taste better, only takes half an hour, no preservatives, better quality etc...

Still, the original deal is a good price if you really can't spend half an hour cooking yourself, though how many people are actually that busy and not just lazy? :)

what will you end up with? karahi x?
#10
Not a bad price, but they are sh*t compared to propper curries, or ones I make myself.
#11
sainthalo
what will you end up with? karahi x?


A something ****. Thats not a good recipe at all.
#12
Good deal, will be hot-footing it to Asda tonight to stock up-heat added!
#13
hot hot hot!
#14
Iceland sell their ready meals for £1 !!

Comparatively speaking .. this is COLD!
#15
k9plus1
Iceland sell their ready meals for £1 !!

Comparatively speaking .. this is COLD!


You should take a look at the ready meals and compare before making that point.

ASDA also do small cheapo ready meals.

These are premium bigger portion ready meals.

Take a look next time you're in ASDA and see! :thumbsup:

AMO
#16
hey thanks going tomorrow will take a look who wants to cook on a bank hol if you can get away with it LOL!:-D
#17
mmmm curry, i'll have to go have a look. Love indian food (not too spicy though)
#18
Well I was just in Fosse Park Leicester store and they are not doing any deals. I asked at the counter and looked on the display and there were no offers?
#19
No deals in my store either. But I got the new mango chicken one :D
#20
BlackCloud
Well I was just in Fosse Park Leicester store and they are not doing any deals. I asked at the counter and looked on the display and there were no offers?


It's not at the counter. It's a ready meal:

ASDA Indian Tandoori Chicken Masala & Pilau Rice
Barcode: 5 05084 608377

I don't know how to upload an image, but would scan one in.

They have 'Any 3 for £4' sticky labels, but where they sit on the shelf, there is no advertising on the bars of the shelf.

AMO
#22
Black Cloud, if you went to the Leicester store (Fosse Park) then its in one of the first few aisle's just after you pass the Produce department. If you hit ASDA's barbequeue fridge stuff, you've gone too far. Look for it on the aisles where you get the lasagne, cottage pies, chinese ready meals etc. :thumbsup:
#23
Fatal Exception
A something ****. Thats not a good recipe at all.


I would be interested to see your suggestion then :)
Come on. I don't mind a little cooking to get a nicer taste .
Give us your best shot.
#24
PaulPoole
I would be interested to see your suggestion then :)
Come on. I don't mind a little cooking to get a nicer taste .
Give us your best shot.


At least add some single cream, lemon juice and tomato purée.
#25
getting pricier then with the cream etc on top ;)

I dont like Asda's korma - the chicken doesnt taste right. However for those that do its a good deal.
#26
a review in a magazine last week said this wasnt fit for human consumption!
#27
seanjames
a review in a magazine last week said this wasnt fit for human consumption!


Which magazine? Which issue?

ASDA Indian are premium range.

AMO
#28
Spielo
1. Chop an onion and fry until soft in 50% butter (or ghee) and 50% cooking oil.
2. Throw in a couple of tablespoons of spices (garam masala or tikka spice blend or similar) and fry off for a minute or two
3. Add some chicken/lamb/vegetables/whatever you want and fry for a couple of minutes
4. Pour in boiling water to just about cover the ingredients, about 250ml and simmer for 20-25 minutes
5. While you're waiting, wash and then boil some rice.
6. serve.

Not much work, cheaper, will taste better, only takes half an hour, no preservatives, better quality etc...

Still, the original deal is a good price if you really can't spend half an hour cooking yourself, though how many people are actually that busy and not just lazy? :)


It's generally more than just onions in a curry, usually tomatoes, also peppers, ginger, garlic, coriander leaves. So now we've turned this into a cooking recipe forum! Also, not sure if it works out cheaper cooking at home, if you buy fresh, cleaned, chopped chicken, fresh tomatoes, onions spices etc, it would probably cost as much. And I could spend the 30 mins (or more like 45 mins) working out in the gym to lose the calories gained! So I think its a good deal, voted HOT!
#29
The difference in taste between Iceland and Asda curries, there is no comparison, Asda actually has TASTE. A magazine that says not fit for human consumption? which one is that.

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