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Cook in Sauce - Tikka Masala - 35p @ Sainsburys

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7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Patak's cook in sauce for only 35p - looks like they are clearing this item from the shelves. I found these in the filling station shop at Sainsburys in Bristol. In the main store the regular price is £1.40 and the jars have new labels.

Well worth checking your local Sainsburys to see if this deal is on there too. Be quick! 35p!! Great sauce, and a nice big jar. Big bargain!
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#1
Shame it tastes crap, only good cook in tikka sauce is the sharwoods one, sharwoods for curries, uncle bens for chinese.
#2
utfrag
Shame it tastes crap, only good cook in tikka sauce is the sharwoods one, sharwoods for curries, uncle bens for chinese.


You seem to know what you're talking about. I'm impressed!

Yes... for Tikka Masala's, the best sauce I've found is Sharwood's, and Uncle Ben's for Chinese. HOWEVER, the best Madras sauce I've come across is the Patak's range, where the Sharwood's just didn't do it for me.

Still a good price though... just a shame it's only for the Tikka Masala (which does indeed taste crap). I'm popping over in the morning so I'll let everyone know if the deal is on, and if it's just the Masala sauce on offer.
banned#3
utfrag
Shame it tastes crap, only good cook in tikka sauce is the sharwoods one, sharwoods for curries, uncle bens for chinese.


There's a balanced, well considered statement. I cant imagine Michel Roux jr uttering the immortal line 'that tastes crap' on Masterchef....... why is it crap?

Unless of course you are a Michelin starred chef and then of course I apologise, but I suspect the nearest you have come to the word Michelin is the time you had a couple of part worn tyres put on your Ford Escort.......... :p
#4
If anyone likes the rest of this range of sauces (eg. Rogan Josh, Korma etc) Home & Bargain do them for 69p. But 35p even better if you can find it!! :)
#5
I love the tinned Patak's sauces but the jar one's really are not up to scratch compared to the tins. The tinned one's are so much more aromatic and full of flavour. I always go for the medium/hot or hot variety. I avoid the jar one's though although the Vindaloo jar one is very nice.
#6
about a week ago they had the korma one in sainsburys priced at 35p, down from £1.40, when I took it to the till it still came up full price, so a member of staff went to check, and removed the label saying how she thinks the price was for a different size jar (there aint no other sizes though) plus down from £1.40...it was the right jar, so they had to give me them for 35p each lol, but said it shouldnt of been this price.
#7
utfrag
Shame it tastes crap, only good cook in tikka sauce is the sharwoods one, sharwoods for curries, uncle bens for chinese.


have to agree with you on that one - the curry sauce from Sharwoods is delish!
#8
Moving on... I just got back from Sainsbury's, and every single jar was priced @ £1.41. Including the Tikka Masala. Obviously not impressed with Sainsbury's lately. That's 3 deals this week I've been unable to find in my local.
#9
simate
I love the tinned Patak's sauces but the jar one's really are not up to scratch compared to the tins. The tinned one's are so much more aromatic and full of flavour. I always go for the medium/hot or hot variety. I avoid the jar one's though although the Vindaloo jar one is very nice.
I agree, can't beat the tinned Patak's especially madras:thumbsup:
#10
Good deal, if your local has old labels. Mine doesnt!:x
#11
simate
I love the tinned Patak's sauces but the jar one's really are not up to scratch compared to the tins. The tinned one's are so much more aromatic and full of flavour. I always go for the medium/hot or hot variety. I avoid the jar one's though although the Vindaloo jar one is very nice.


The vindaloo jar was my staple source of top up heat for curries.. but have they stopped doing it? I haven't been able to find it anywhere lately.
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JamesSmith
The vindaloo jar was my staple source of top up heat for curries.. but have they stopped doing it? I haven't been able to find it anywhere lately.


Tesco still have it - We had 2 delivered this week :thumbsup:
#13
tregs
Tesco still have it - We had 2 delivered this week :thumbsup:


Cool - thank you!

I once knew a girl called Tregs... short for Treggony... :)
#14
mai
about a week ago they had the korma one in sainsburys priced at 35p, down from £1.40, when I took it to the till it still came up full price, so a member of staff went to check, and removed the label saying how she thinks the price was for a different size jar (there aint no other sizes though) plus down from £1.40...it was the right jar, so they had to give me them for 35p each lol, but said it shouldnt of been this price.


Here's the score...

Pataks, like many other food suppliers in the past few months, have decreased the jar sizes so as to not have to increase the retail price point and become potentially uncompetitive. As a consequence you may sometimes find the old sizes go to a 'Sale' price at Sainsbury's stores which is a result of an auto system called RTC that reduces discontinued products to clear them quickly based on the inventory level and sales. The reason the product was not the price shown was due to stock being replenished from the new jar size in the space of the discontinued product - sadly a result of someone not checking the product details first.

Funnily enough, and contrary to popular opinion among some HUKD members, there is no obligation by law to sell any product when there is a misrepresented price or multibuy, etc. The product can be removed from display for the remainder of the trading day and details can be corrected before the next trading day. Sainsbury's has it's own take on this - to the benefit of the customer - but we are still within our rights to refuse sale under the 'Offer to treat' section of the Sale of Goods and Trade Descriptions Acts.

Sorry for the overly elaborate nature of my post. Phew.
#15
JamesSmith
The vindaloo jar was my staple source of top up heat for curries.. but have they stopped doing it? I haven't been able to find it anywhere lately.


http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/global_search/global_result.jsp?bmForm=global_search&GLOBAL_DATA._search_term1=pataks+vindaloo&GLOBAL_DATA._searchType=0&bmUID=1257083033670

They still sell it, maybe just not your branch/s.

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