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Curries (Chicken Tikka Masala, Chicken Jalfrezi, Chicken in Black Bean Sauce) 19p Each @ Aldi

£0.19 @ ALDI
Aldi have reduced their tins of curry. Chicken Tikka Masala Chicken Jalfrezi Chicken in Black Bean Sauce All down from £1.49 to £0.19! Going to try the Chicken Jalfrezi tonight and cross fi… Read More
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2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago
Aldi have reduced their tins of curry.

Chicken Tikka Masala
Chicken Jalfrezi
Chicken in Black Bean Sauce

All down from £1.49 to £0.19!

Going to try the Chicken Jalfrezi tonight and cross fingers everything will be ok.

Store: Didsbury, Manchester
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#1
Jalfrezi is quite tasty...although the tin from Sainsburys is nicer but cost £1.49, at 19p a tin I'd be stocking up.
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alcatraz1968
Jalfrezi is quite tasty...although the tin from Sainsburys is nicer but cost £1.49, at 19p a tin I'd be stocking up.


Good to know! Bought 9. Just seemed right.
#3
cracking find op, heat added :)
#4
Sorry to be thick, but are these just curry sauces or do they come with meat included? If the latter, I'm off to stock up tomorrow!
1 Like #5
good deal but i wonder what could be in them for them to go so cheap and the fact it is meat that doesn't need to be refrigerated oO
#6
Joe90_guy
Sorry to be thick, but are these just curry sauces or do they come with meat included? If the latter, I'm off to stock up tomorrow!

I've not bought a tinned curry for quite a few years, but if I remember correctly they did contain meat.
#7
Thanks..
#8
Ydot
good deal but i wonder what could be in them for them to go so cheap and the fact it is meat that doesn't need to be refrigerated oO
Why are you so surprised about tinned meat? Spam, doesn't need refrigerated and its tinned.
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cynelic
Joe90_guy
Sorry to be thick, but are these just curry sauces or do they come with meat included? If the latter, I'm off to stock up tomorrow!

I've not bought a tinned curry for quite a few years, but if I remember correctly they did contain meat.

good job so many meats taste like chicken ^_^
#10
Joe90_guy
Sorry to be thick, but are these just curry sauces or do they come with meat included? If the latter, I'm off to stock up tomorrow!

They contain meat. Hoping I don't also find a "suitable for vegetarians" on the can. Worried?! I BOUGHT 9.
#11
Take out the sugar, salt and water in the tins along with the tomato sauce and your left with nothing. Although it is cheap its tasteless and not selling which is why they are now being cleared.
#12
It's a great price. I can only say what I think, but I hated this stuff. Beef or Chicken and Black Bean Sauce is my favourite takeaway order but these Aldi tins (also reduced in mine a few weeks back) I didn't enjoy at all. I didn't expect it to be identical but I thought it was horrible and had to force it down. For 19p you can't grumble, though.
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louiselouise
It's a great price. I can only say what I think, but I hated this stuff. Beef or Chicken and Black Bean Sauce is my favourite takeaway order but these Aldi tins (also reduced in mine a few weeks back) I didn't enjoy at all. I didn't expect it to be identical but I thought it was horrible and had to force it down. For 19p you can't grumble, though.

My mate is coming for dinner. WHAT HAVE I DONE?!
#14
crescendo89
louiselouise
It's a great price. I can only say what I think, but I hated this stuff. Beef or Chicken and Black Bean Sauce is my favourite takeaway order but these Aldi tins (also reduced in mine a few weeks back) I didn't enjoy at all. I didn't expect it to be identical but I thought it was horrible and had to force it down. For 19p you can't grumble, though.

My mate is coming for dinner. WHAT HAVE I DONE?!
Don't panic, he might like it!! Why don't you try a little first?
1 Like #15
Ydot
good deal but i wonder what could be in them for them to go so cheap and the fact it is meat that doesn't need to be refrigerated oO
Canning has been around since 1810. It's an effective method of food preservation which allows food to be kept for years without refrigeration.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canning
#16
crescendo89
louiselouise
It's a great price. I can only say what I think, but I hated this stuff. Beef or Chicken and Black Bean Sauce is my favourite takeaway order but these Aldi tins (also reduced in mine a few weeks back) I didn't enjoy at all. I didn't expect it to be identical but I thought it was horrible and had to force it down. For 19p you can't grumble, though.

My mate is coming for dinner. WHAT HAVE I DONE?!
http://hungryhouse.co.uk
1 Like #17
Don't know how people can eat this , even those with little to no money there's still better alternatives. 1.50 for s can of curry is barbaric. Curry should never be in a can
#18
adam_99
Don't know how people can eat this , even those with little to no money there's still better alternatives. 1.50 for s can of curry is barbaric. Curry should never be in a can

Fair.
1 Like #19
You people are so lazy!!....its so dam easy to make a curry from scratch without having to use this processed muck!!
#20
Ydot
good deal but i wonder what could be in them for them to go so cheap and the fact it is meat that doesn't need to be refrigerated oO

Oops, I liked that by accident. I don't really like it, not at all. You've completely misunderstood the idea both of selling off items at drastically reduced prices to save binning them, and that cans are one of the industrialised worlds oldest forms of preservation that maintains (generally) original flavour.

snowflake75
You people are so lazy!!....its so dam easy to make a curry from scratch without having to use this processed muck!!

Time is money, I can cook but sometimes I don't want to especially when working late. This aint for me (although be a great toastie filling), but I won't knock those that do buy it. I don't knock people that eat Subway (its a feckin sarnie!), whatever floats their boat.
#21
tek-monkey
Ydot
good deal but i wonder what could be in them for them to go so cheap and the fact it is meat that doesn't need to be refrigerated oO

Oops, I liked that by accident. I don't really like it, not at all. You've completely misunderstood the idea both of selling off items at drastically reduced prices to save binning them, and that cans are one of the industrialised worlds oldest forms of preservation that maintains (generally) original flavour.

snowflake75
You people are so lazy!!....its so dam easy to make a curry from scratch without having to use this processed muck!!

Time is money, I can cook but sometimes I don't want to especially when working late. This aint for me (although be a great toastie filling), but I won't knock those that do buy it. I don't knock people that eat Subway (its a feckin sarnie!), whatever floats their boat.

Lol mate you don't have to go that much out of your way to let me know you didn't mean to like my comment, doesn't bother me! Yes I am aware that a can helps preserve food but it is obvious that the quality is much lower than fresh, or even frozen, products. That doesn't mean its not a good deal. Just that i would personally question what I was putting in to my body to save a few quid. Remember, sometimes quality is better than quantity and cost, and that you are what you eat ;)
#22
Curry in a tin is just wrong.

Cheap though!!
#23
adam_99
Don't know how people can eat this , even those with little to no money there's still better alternatives. 1.50 for s can of curry is barbaric. Curry should never be in a can
Which is the correct answer. But many will try to convince themselves that canned curries are great
1 Like #24
Do they still have a long expiry date, or are they reduced because they are almost expired? I think I'll have a look in my local tomorrow night for these, to donate to the food bank
#25
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lovemybabybear
Do they still have a long expiry date, or are they reduced because they are almost expired? I think I'll have a look in my local tomorrow night for these, to donate to the food bank


Literally will never go out of date. I had the Chicken Jalfrezi for dinner and it was actually decent! Of course it wasn't restaurant quality, it came in a can, but was v surprised with the quality of the meat (which I believe was chicken). £0.19 dinner. Quality!
#26
Ydot
tek-monkey
Ydot
good deal but i wonder what could be in them for them to go so cheap and the fact it is meat that doesn't need to be refrigerated oO

Oops, I liked that by accident. I don't really like it, not at all. You've completely misunderstood the idea both of selling off items at drastically reduced prices to save binning them, and that cans are one of the industrialised worlds oldest forms of preservation that maintains (generally) original flavour.

snowflake75
You people are so lazy!!....its so dam easy to make a curry from scratch without having to use this processed muck!!

Time is money, I can cook but sometimes I don't want to especially when working late. This aint for me (although be a great toastie filling), but I won't knock those that do buy it. I don't knock people that eat Subway (its a feckin sarnie!), whatever floats their boat.

Lol mate you don't have to go that much out of your way to let me know you didn't mean to like my comment, doesn't bother me! Yes I am aware that a can helps preserve food but it is obvious that the quality is much lower than fresh, or even frozen, products. That doesn't mean its not a good deal. Just that i would personally question what I was putting in to my body to save a few quid. Remember, sometimes quality is better than quantity and cost, and that you are what you eat ;)

I'd disagree, as an example the LWWF range has some very good recipes (the mutton stew is lovely) yet they are just in a packet. If the container is properly sealed there is little need for freezing which itself damages food consistency. Of course fresh is always best, but some nights you don't want to stand in the kitchen making a curry. Not that I'd eat this as a stand alone curry, but as a snack on a baked potato or in a toastie I see no problem with it. I ate much worse at uni!
2 Likes #27
Haha. Aldi. tinned food and a very low price. The food snobs can have a field day. Nothing wrong with Aldi, nothing wrong with canned food and a super low price what's not to like. It's the quality of the ingredients that goo ( sic) in the can. I've got no complants about Aldi or Lidl quality so far. ( waits for people who don't 'get it' to say 'yeah that's what it tastes like'.
1 Like #28
Just the job for baked potato snacks even if you don't use it all at one go.
3 Likes #29
So for those hating on this and saying people are lazy, can you make a curry for 19p then?
#30
Not in Luton or Dunstable stores, anybody been able to get them?
#31
Gollywood
adam_99
Don't know how people can eat this , even those with little to no money there's still better alternatives. 1.50 for s can of curry is barbaric. Curry should never be in a can
Which is the correct answer. But many will try to convince themselves that canned curries are great

You people have clearly never tried M&S canned chicken tikka masala! The best curry you can eat at home short of a takeaway. Seriously though, it's good.
#32
ttlpjh
Gollywood
adam_99
Don't know how people can eat this , even those with little to no money there's still better alternatives. 1.50 for s can of curry is barbaric. Curry should never be in a can
Which is the correct answer. But many will try to convince themselves that canned curries are great

You people have clearly never tried M&S canned chicken tikka masala! The best curry you can eat at home short of a takeaway. Seriously though, it's good.
I actually find alot of the M&S tinned meals quite nice. They are pricy though.
#33
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ttlpjh
Gollywood
adam_99
Don't know how people can eat this , even those with little to no money there's still better alternatives. 1.50 for s can of curry is barbaric. Curry should never be in a can
Which is the correct answer. But many will try to convince themselves that canned curries are great

You people have clearly never tried M&S canned chicken tikka masala! The best curry you can eat at home short of a takeaway. Seriously though, it's good.


What he said
#34
Tried these brough for 29p at aldi bham for an Asian did not taste so nice... Not tried the jalferezi yes they do come with meat if it's a meat one but very few pieces.
#35
Sounds absolutely vile, but I suppose I'm not allowed to complain for 19p, am I?
#36
herrbz
Sounds absolutely vile, but I suppose I'm not allowed to complain for 19p, am I?

Agreed, but thought it was worth a try for £0.19! I was pleasantly surprised - especially with the meat! Give it a go, I dare you ;)
#37
crescendo89
herrbz
Sounds absolutely vile, but I suppose I'm not allowed to complain for 19p, am I?

Agreed, but thought it was worth a try for £0.19! I was pleasantly surprised - especially with the meat! Give it a go, I dare you ;)

Can u send me a dozen cans as a Christmas pressie because as I previously posted none in Luton or Dunstable, nobody else seems to have them either.
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crescendo89
Chicken Tikka Masala
Chicken Jalfrezi
Chicken in Black Bean Sauce
... £0.19!

Argh, dammit!

- Julie (obsessive skinflint tight **** bargain hunter... who recently turned veggie!)
1 Like #39
jewelie
crescendo89
Chicken Tikka Masala
Chicken Jalfrezi
Chicken in Black Bean Sauce
... £0.19!

Argh, dammit!

- Julie (obsessive skinflint tight **** bargain hunter... who recently turned veggie!)

Hard luck. If you read all the previous comments you will see that some are debating the meatiness of the meat... I think it's definitely meat, sorry. Pick it out?
#40
soldierboy001
crescendo89
herrbz
Sounds absolutely vile, but I suppose I'm not allowed to complain for 19p, am I?

Agreed, but thought it was worth a try for £0.19! I was pleasantly surprised - especially with the meat! Give it a go, I dare you ;)

Can u send me a dozen cans as a Christmas pressie because as I previously posted none in Luton or Dunstable, nobody else seems to have them either.

No. Sorry.

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