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All Marks and Spences cook in curry sauces and curry pastes are reduced to £1 per jar.
Pastes are normally £1.99, cook in sauces are normally £1.79.
Varieties include madras, balti, jalfrezi, korma, tikka massalla plus other flavours.
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#1
These are amazing, way better than the normal own brands or sharwoods/pataks etc.

HOT!
#2
These sauces make a great curry!! and at that price i'll be going to M&S in the morning!! H&R
#3
HOT, HOT....... HOT................. deal !! :p
#4
hot from me
#5
ourdevonfamily
These sauces make a great curry!! and at that price i'll be going to M&S in the morning!! H&R


Agreed, much better than other brands sauces.
#6
nice sauce medium hot. madras is indian southern tamil city. medium hot very nice sauce.
now name is chennai. all south indian restaurant and tamil restaurant used this sauce.
#7
Anyone got a good recipe for one of the pastes?
#8
its not a great deal tho, these are tiny and do 275 gms of chicken ie one and half chicken breasts!!!

so you need to buy TWO just for a normal pack of chicken. Not good value.

Not voting
#9
Hot deal, thanks for posting!
I'm not up on my curry sauces, which of these would be most similar to a pot of curry sauce which you might order from a Chinese takeaway please? Thank you. :-)
#10
The pastes are a bit expensive as you need to buy coconut milk to go with them and you use the whole jar per curry.

275g of chicken is at least 2 chicken breasts as co-op's 2 pack of chicken breasts weighs 250g btw.
#11
Had these a couple of recently and they're dead tasty. Well nicer than Pataks or Uncle Ben's. mrs Taksim informs me they were £1.79 BOGOF the other week but this is still a good deal.

jenslater80
Hot deal, thanks for posting!
I'm not up on my curry sauces, which of these would be most similar to a pot of curry sauce which you might order from a Chinese takeaway please? Thank you. :-)


I'd go for balti. Medium hot curry (not too spicy) and popular with everyone.
#12
jenslater80
Hot deal, thanks for posting!
I'm not up on my curry sauces, which of these would be most similar to a pot of curry sauce which you might order from a Chinese takeaway please? Thank you. :-)


Don't laugh, don't scoff, if chinese style curry is what you like, Farmfoods do a powder curry sauce which is *exactly* like the chinese takeaway curry. Just add chicken, water, we add peas - and job done in the wok/pan.

I know it sounds pretty far fetched, I was told and didn't believe it could be possible, but I gave it a go!
#13
Just make your own curry. Far cheaper and far more variety.
#14
sotomonkey
Just make your own curry. Far cheaper and far more variety.


Isn't that the same with anything you make yourself? :-D
#15
sotomonkey
Just make your own curry. Far cheaper and far more variety.

Wise words. I've spent the last four years making my own ipod. I'll get there!
#16
tesco do them for 4 pence. identical ingredients and quality.
#17
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ahotukdeal
tesco do them for 4 pence. identical ingredients and quality.


Identical to the M&S ingredients and quality? You have no idea what you are talking about. Stop wasting people's time with your ill informed rubbish.
#19
Are they any good? We bought a selection of the chinese and thai sauces that were on offer recently in M&S and found them to be tasteless.
#20
If this taste anythink like there tinned curry then i wouldnt bother.
#21
Over the past couple of years I have been making my own curries with spices and greek yoghurt. None of the sauces bought in the supermarket can compare to a proper curry made with fresh spices Im afraid - not if your trying to make a chicken masala anyway.

The best Korma sauce for my money which is ready made would be Pataks.

There is no ready-made Masala sauce out there right now that I would say is authentic tasting - your better making your own. The one that I use to marinate the meat comes from Tesco's. You will find it in the spice aisle and its made by Fiddes Payne (look for the tall metal tin.) There are a few flavours which include Masala, Korma and Madras. Just follow the instructions on the tin and your chicken will be as good as any indian restaurant. Once you have prepared the chicken to the ingredients, let it marinate in the fridge for at least 4 hours.

For the Masala sauce, it took me over a year to finally master. I saute garlic and a small green jalepano pepper (remove the seeds if you dont want it too hot) in a wok with about a tsp of olive oil. I then add a mix of 1 tsp of paprika and 1 tsp of cumin, 1 tsp of Turmeric and 1 tsp of garam masala (mixed up to a paste with water) and add it to the pan. Mix it with the garlic and pepper for about a minute and then slowly add thick double cream and a tomato and basil passata sauce (or soup). Cook until the sauce is bubbling and then Introduce the meat into the wok/griddle until it is hot.

For the rice there is a knack of cooking it without it sticking together. Add a Pilau rice flavoured spice mix (which I think I got in Morrisons), and also a little bit of Turmeric to colour it yellow. Add just enough water so that it covers the rice. A good guide is to put twice as much water as you did rice - so if you put in 2 cups of rice, put in 4 cups of water. Boil and turn to a slow heat - remember to stir the rice often and until the water is at the level of the rice and then cover. Let it steam until all the water is out of it and then turn off, stir the rice and put on the pan lid to let steam for 5 minutes. You will find that the rice will be light and fluffy.

I can guarantee that if you get it right, you and anybody else eating it wont be able to get enough of it. :)

If you want a good 'chip shop' curry sauce like the ones you put on chips, then try Morrisons - its really good and cost just 9p the last time I bought a large jar.
#22
see post 20. i rest my case.
Lakeside
Identical to the M&S ingredients and quality? You have no idea what you are talking about. Stop wasting people's time with your ill informed rubbish.
#23
You haven't got a case, you just made it up lol
#24
Cosmic_Dave;8037730


The best Korma sauce for my money which is ready made would be Pataks.



I was reading your post intently, then you said this... and I never read another word :-(
#25
nihcaj
I was reading your post intently, then you said this... and I never read another word :-(


O wpw mut u mean
#26
and you never had a point. :whistling:
Lakeside
You haven't got a case, you just made it up lol
#27
Lakeside
Identical to the M&S ingredients and quality? You have no idea what you are talking about. Stop wasting people's time with your ill informed rubbish.


There is my point, dipstick
#28
Got some Korma today for £1. Will treat the wife to a Curry at the Weekend. Cheers
#29
ahotukdeal
tesco do them for 4 pence. identical ingredients and quality.


Let me guess you also bought a Fiat Punto because the components and quality are identical to those on a Rolls Royce.
#30
The best prepared curry sauce I've tasted lately is Meena's Jalfrezi. If you add chilli, garlic,curry leaves and yoghurt.. it actually tastes pretty damn good. I use a whole jar between two.

Second is Tesco Finest Royal Korma. Found myself wanting seconds..

Mumtaz rice is delicious and reminds me of Darbar. I was not blown away by their sauce jars, but the prepared meals are good.
#31
yep, i see it now; it's on your head.
Lakeside
There is my point, dipstick
#32
oh sure, like no company exists that make same ingredients/core parts for another brand. oh wait, baked beans, cereals and lcd panels are sold by brands other the original:whistling:
alexandercooper
Let me guess you also bought a Fiat Punto because the components and quality are identical to those on a Rolls Royce.
#33
Pay no attention to the village idiot - this is decent quality for sauce in a jar nothing like the tesco value stuff.
#34
Is this offer still on?

I had the tikka makhani and it was lovely!!

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