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Chicken Tikka, Rice *AND Bombay Potato \
Chicken Tandoori, Rice *AND* Bombay Potato -> Half Price till 21/01

These are NEW line of Tesco's Indian meals. Now include Bombay Potato.

That's what I'm going to have for tonight. Go for it!

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=285671080
http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=285671137
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#1
stocked up on these yesterday, not bad
#2
Not bad indeed. Just a little update: there is still annoying issue with the film.
It won't come off easily. Aaarggggh!
When you are eager, desperate and hungry it may end up all over the place.
That's what usually happen to me. Be warned oO

Edited By: LucasZ on Jan 04, 2015 08:34
6 Likes #3
LucasZ
Not bad indeed. Just a little update: there is still annoying issue with the film.
It won't come off easily. Aaarggggh!
When you are eager, desperate and hungry it may end up all over the place.
That's what usually happen to me. Be warned oO
Are you a dog or something simular?
1 Like #4
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
LucasZ
Not bad indeed. Just a little update: there is still annoying issue with the film.
It won't come off easily. Aaarggggh!
When you are eager, desperate and hungry it may end up all over the place.
That's what usually happen to me. Be warned oO
Are you a dog or something simular?


I'm guessing not so 'simular '.
1 Like #5
Not impressed with these - the chicken curry part is very small and feel that you are paying alot for a tiny bit of chicken and potato and some rice.
#6
tawse57
Not impressed with these - the chicken curry part is very small and feel that you are paying alot for a tiny bit of chicken and potato and some rice.

Yeah, these are 500g when the usual Curry + Rice combos are 550g.
Still a great deal for £1.65, HOT.

Edited By: mattzildjian on Jan 05, 2015 02:43
1 Like #7
mattzildjian

Yeah, these are 500g when the usual Curry + Rice combos are 550g.
Still a great deal for £1.65, HOT.



Shrinkflation.
1 Like #8
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!
1 Like #9
Why don't they just make a line of vegetarian curries? Customers would like that, Tesco.
1 Like #10
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!


Or you can get a nicer curry (from the Indian) for alot more??
#11
herrbz
Why don't they just make a line of vegetarian curries? Customers would like that, Tesco.



Try speaking to tesco forums, not hukd forums

and your wish might come true!
3 Likes #12
Not worth much more than £1.65. I would never pay full price for it.
#13
fattyuk
herrbz
Why don't they just make a line of vegetarian curries? Customers would like that, Tesco.



Try speaking to tesco forums, not hukd forums

and your wish might come true!


I doubt it.
4 Likes #14
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!

Highly doubt it! :) Chicken is at LEAST £3 per pack. Then you've got all the spices, tomato, onions, cream etc... PLUS the rice and stuff for bombay potatoes. No chance. Plus it takes an hour of your time to cook it - for me that's £13 right there. Nope.

I won't deny that a tasty curry can be made at home, but these are VERY nice (about as good as you'll get for a 'microwave' curry, and probably better than what most people can cook from scratch).

Edited By: Ultima2876 on Jan 05, 2015 04:29
3 Likes #15
Ultima2876
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!

Highly doubt it! :) Chicken is at LEAST £3 per pack. Then you've got all the spices, tomato, onions, cream etc... PLUS the rice and stuff for bombay potatoes. No chance. Plus it takes an hour of your time to cook it - for me that's £13 right there. Nope.

I won't deny that a tasty curry can be made at home, but these are VERY nice (about as good as you'll get for a 'microwave' curry, and probably better than what most people can cook from scratch).

Have to agree. Tesco curries are usually pretty damn good and there is no way you could make this from scratch for less than £1.65.
1 Like #16
LucasZ
Not bad indeed. Just a little update: there is still annoying issue with the film.
It won't come off easily. Aaarggggh!
When you are eager, desperate and hungry it may end up all over the place.
That's what usually happen to me. Be warned oO

I know, right? They really need to sort this film problem out - Sainsbury's and everywhere else seem to manage it just fine. It's one of the reasons I rarely buy Tesco curries (and the fact that Sainsbury's curry tastes better). Why don't Tesco spend a few quid to fix the glue on these things?

Edited By: dealpickle on Jan 05, 2015 05:33
#17
you can make a large saucepan of this ( 20 portions inc rice ) for a fiver.
2 Likes #18
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tarragaz
you can make a large saucepan of this ( 20 portions inc rice ) for a fiver.
lies
#19
Good for a lunchtime snack. :)
#20
herrbz
Why don't they just make a line of vegetarian curries? Customers would like that, Tesco.
how will they avoid horse meat
#21
tasty
#22
This_Is_My_Username
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
LucasZ
Not bad indeed. Just a little update: there is still annoying issue with the film.
It won't come off easily. Aaarggggh!
When you are eager, desperate and hungry it may end up all over the place.
That's what usually happen to me. Be warned oO
Are you a dog or something simular?


I'm guessing not so 'simular '.
Lolll...sounds like he needs a dog bowl
1 Like #23
I had one of these at the weekend. The bombay potatoes are absolutely lush. Mmm. I got the chicken jalfrezi and it was also very nice. Much better than asda's 'revamp' which ruined their curries.
3 Likes #24
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!
tarragaz
you can make a large saucepan of this ( 20 portions inc rice ) for a fiver.
I love it when people come in with these statements but then don't list the ingredients and prices.

On what planet will £5 get enough rice/meat/sauce/spices for TWENTY servings? Let me guess... 'the local butcher'?
£5 gets you 1.5KG of frozen Iceland chicken so you've already blown the budget and a) you still won't feed 20 and b) have nothing else to make a curry. So unless you're Jesus then you're having a laugh.

Lakeland Cooked Diced Chicken - £2
Geeta's Tikka Paste - 50p
Tesco Chopped Tomatoes - 39p
Tesco Double Cream - 60p
Tilda Steamed Basmati Rice - 79p
1 Onion - ~18p?

So £4.46 for a curry serving 2 using horrible quality chicken or £5.56 using Everyday Value fresh breasts.
Both are a long way off £1.65 and a very long way off the 20 servings claim... unless your family and friends are The Borrowers.

Edited By: mamboboy on Jan 05, 2015 13:25: dd
1 Like #25
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!

how much would it cost then?
#26
Ultima2876
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!

Highly doubt it! :) Chicken is at LEAST £3 per pack. Then you've got all the spices, tomato, onions, cream etc... PLUS the rice and stuff for bombay potatoes. No chance. Plus it takes an hour of your time to cook it - for me that's £13 right there. Nope.

I won't deny that a tasty curry can be made at home, but these are VERY nice (about as good as you'll get for a 'microwave' curry, and probably better than what most people can cook from scratch).

Chicken is £3 per pack, but you'll be getting better quality (i.e. not from Thailand), and way more than you'll get in these packs. Chopped tomatoes, onions, cream, rice, etc really isn't that expensive. You make a big batch of it, and freeze/refrigerate it for later, if you need to. Granted, ready meals serve a purpose, and I used to eat these quite a lot, but they always made me feel pretty bloated and sick afterwards. Then I read the ingredients, and I'll never be eating one of them again.

Edited By: herrbz on Jan 05, 2015 19:39: .
#27
herrbz
Ultima2876
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!

Highly doubt it! :) Chicken is at LEAST £3 per pack. Then you've got all the spices, tomato, onions, cream etc... PLUS the rice and stuff for bombay potatoes. No chance. Plus it takes an hour of your time to cook it - for me that's £13 right there. Nope.

I won't deny that a tasty curry can be made at home, but these are VERY nice (about as good as you'll get for a 'microwave' curry, and probably better than what most people can cook from scratch).

Chicken is £3 per pack, but you'll be getting better quality (i.e. not from Thailand), and way more than you'll get in these packs. Choppen tomatoes, onions, cream rice, really isn't that expensive. You make a big batch of it, and freeze/refrigerate it for later. Granted, ready meals serve a purpose, and I used to eat these quite a lot, but they always made me feel pretty bloated and sick afterwards. Then I read the ingredients, and I'll never be eating one of them again.

your waffling love...... your method is not cheaper is it?
#28
we bought some on fri..... very very good value. the chicken form Vietnam scared me a bit mind. but we all survived.

very tasty
#29
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
herrbz
Ultima2876
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!

Highly doubt it! :) Chicken is at LEAST £3 per pack. Then you've got all the spices, tomato, onions, cream etc... PLUS the rice and stuff for bombay potatoes. No chance. Plus it takes an hour of your time to cook it - for me that's £13 right there. Nope.

I won't deny that a tasty curry can be made at home, but these are VERY nice (about as good as you'll get for a 'microwave' curry, and probably better than what most people can cook from scratch).

Chicken is £3 per pack, but you'll be getting better quality (i.e. not from Thailand), and way more than you'll get in these packs. Choppen tomatoes, onions, cream rice, really isn't that expensive. You make a big batch of it, and freeze/refrigerate it for later. Granted, ready meals serve a purpose, and I used to eat these quite a lot, but they always made me feel pretty bloated and sick afterwards. Then I read the ingredients, and I'll never be eating one of them again.

your waffling love...... your method is not cheaper is it?

It probably is, to be honest. You could easily get 8 servings from a curry like that, for way less than £10. And why on earth are you calling me "love", I'm a guy.
#30
herrbz
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
herrbz
Ultima2876
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!

Highly doubt it! :) Chicken is at LEAST £3 per pack. Then you've got all the spices, tomato, onions, cream etc... PLUS the rice and stuff for bombay potatoes. No chance. Plus it takes an hour of your time to cook it - for me that's £13 right there. Nope.

I won't deny that a tasty curry can be made at home, but these are VERY nice (about as good as you'll get for a 'microwave' curry, and probably better than what most people can cook from scratch).

Chicken is £3 per pack, but you'll be getting better quality (i.e. not from Thailand), and way more than you'll get in these packs. Choppen tomatoes, onions, cream rice, really isn't that expensive. You make a big batch of it, and freeze/refrigerate it for later. Granted, ready meals serve a purpose, and I used to eat these quite a lot, but they always made me feel pretty bloated and sick afterwards. Then I read the ingredients, and I'll never be eating one of them again.

your waffling love...... your method is not cheaper is it?

It probably is, to be honest. You could easily get 8 servings from a curry like that, for way less than £10. And why on earth are you calling me "love", I'm a guy.
And I am a women.... .... not that it should make any difference...... its 2015!!!! wake up. Love. x
#31
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
herrbz
ELVIS_THE_PELVIS
herrbz
Ultima2876
jshm2
You can make a better (and healthier) curry yourself from scratch for less than that!

Highly doubt it! :) Chicken is at LEAST £3 per pack. Then you've got all the spices, tomato, onions, cream etc... PLUS the rice and stuff for bombay potatoes. No chance. Plus it takes an hour of your time to cook it - for me that's £13 right there. Nope.

I won't deny that a tasty curry can be made at home, but these are VERY nice (about as good as you'll get for a 'microwave' curry, and probably better than what most people can cook from scratch).

Chicken is £3 per pack, but you'll be getting better quality (i.e. not from Thailand), and way more than you'll get in these packs. Choppen tomatoes, onions, cream rice, really isn't that expensive. You make a big batch of it, and freeze/refrigerate it for later. Granted, ready meals serve a purpose, and I used to eat these quite a lot, but they always made me feel pretty bloated and sick afterwards. Then I read the ingredients, and I'll never be eating one of them again.

your waffling love...... your method is not cheaper is it?

It probably is, to be honest. You could easily get 8 servings from a curry like that, for way less than £10. And why on earth are you calling me "love", I'm a guy.
And I am a women.... .... not that it should make any difference...... its 2015!!!! wake up. Love. x

Exactly, it's 2015, people don't call each other love anymore ;)

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