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Just been doing my weekly shop online and noticed that a select few meals for 2 in the Chinese and indian section are £3

I have noticed:
Chinese - Garlic Chicken and Hoisin Chicken = £3
Chinese - kung Po chicken = £3
Chinese - OK chicken and Chicken & Mushroom = £3

Indian - Korma and Madras inc Pilau rice to share and 2 mini naan breads = £3


I know there is not a really big selection but it might help those watching the pennies. It doesnt say what size each portion is though
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1 Like #1
actually i think these have been posted but i couldnt find them when i searched - they were a while ago so perhaps this just to jog peoples memories x
p.s. i am quite new to this!
#2
also instore
banned#3
I like the indian ones, but find the Chinese ones a bit generic! but voted HOT for the indian meals alone
1 Like #4
nice for a friday night in
1 Like #5
The chinese ones aren't so good, but the indian korma/madras one for £3 is a real bargain and delicious to boot!
#6
I saw these instore the other day,the indian ones are great value as you pay that for just the curry normally
#7
1.1kg to 1.25kg depending on set
#8
i think the Chinese is really really bad.
#9
cant find them, is it just instore,
#10
ASDA curries are pretty horrible in my opinion (the worst inredigents all sludged together). I would advise anyone to spend an extra £2 and get the Sainsburys offer - everything about it is better by far.
banned#11
cubed
ASDA curries are pretty horrible in my opinion (the worst inredigents all sludged together). I would advise anyone to spend an extra £2 and get the Sainsburys offer - everything about it is better by far.


I`ve always found the sainsbo`s curries to be runny and some what lacking in taste. My Curry of choice is Morrisons
1 Like #12
its £3.00 to feed 2 people. cheap as chips. had one last night (curry) very nice for the price
#13
TinoP
i think the Chinese is really really bad.


Yep, they're terrible, well at least the Hoi Sin and Garlic chicken one. It's an affront to my Chinese heritage. :-D

Indian one is really tasty though.
#14
thats a nice deal combo and i love a bit of indian....
#15
Totally agree that the chinese ones are poor - but we had the Indian Bhoona/Rogan Josh last night - very impressed, especially for the money.

Just to add, we thought there was plenty quantity wise, tons of rice and plenty of meat.
#16
Are these the curries that are packed in the same containers (the actual curries are seperate but on the same tray)

If so ive had them before and thought the portions were small, though still worth £3

If theyre seperate trays I might go get a pack after work
#17
cassius801
its £3.00 to feed 2 people. cheap as chips. had one last night (curry) very nice for the price



Not really enough to feed two. It is enough for one person along with some chips.
#18
I consider myself to be quite a big eater - I'm 6'3 and 14.5 stone - I found the portions to be very adequate.

Perhaps the two above posters need to cut down a little...:whistling:
#19
mmmm these are quite nice not AS nice as the real ones but pretty good ;-)
we buy two for 4 of us and we are all piggies :whistling:
:thumbsup: plenty for all of us
#20
At sainsbury's they have a deal where you can get two 500g curries and a side order for £5. Normally the curries are £3.50 each and the side orders are around £2.
Had some last night, pretty tasty and much better value than ordering from a restaurant.
#21
moob
I consider myself to be quite a big eater - I'm 6'3 and 14.5 stone - I found the portions to be very adequate.

Perhaps the two above posters need to cut down a little...:whistling:


I do need to cut down a little youre right! :-D

But back to my question, are the curries in two seperate trays on joined together? As said if they're the ones that are joined I think they're more like a meal for one! (me = fatty) :whistling:
#22
Somehow ASDA manage to extract all taste from any of their own brand stuff, these are no exception. Avoid!
#23
Personally i love the curries but am not so keen on the chinese - that said i have ordered both and see how they taste! Yum
#24
i love the sweet and sour from the counter hubby loves the curries good find hot from me :) yummi
#25
If it's Chinese ready-meals your after Morrisons are doing BOGOF on Sweet n Sour Chicken and/or Blackbean Chicken @ £2.29 for two. Compared to these Asda versions (and I've had many of both) these are MUCH yummier! :)

Also agree that the Indian versions of the Asda offer are good, but for me, somewhat lacking in meat content. <> :whistling:

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