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Indian Meal for Two - £3.00 @ Asda

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8y, 1w agoFound 8 years, 1 week ago
Just back from local asda doing indian meal in a bag for two for £3

includes :
2 currys
1 rice
mini nan bread x 2
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[mod]#1
Jesuz. I was there today and that offer wasn't on in Wigan.
banned#2
Yeah and they taste revolting! - spend 5 quid more and buy the ingrediants yourself!
#3
I think Asda curries are actually quite good, can't beat the real thing but still for the price (even when not on offer)
#4
one we got was 1 x Chicken korma 1 x Chicken madras Pilau rice to share 2 x Mini naan breads

might not be every ones idea of a good meal but when your skint still a good buy i think :thumbsup:
#5
the last time i bought i remember eating the onion bhaji?
#6
def no bahjis in this bag, i have looked online and they are on there too, they have the one with the bahjis as well they are priced at £6.48 be cheaper buying them at the deli counter
#7
Nice find.

They are brilliant for the money.

Enjoyed one or two, myself, in the past.
#8
rizla01
Nice find.

They are brilliant for the money.

Enjoyed one or two, myself, in the past.


You are kidding me!

They are utterly, utterly horrible. To suggest they are anything like a real curry is probably racist.
#9
lol, don't be so bloody melodramatic!
#10
Azureus
You are kidding me!

They are utterly, utterly horrible. To suggest they are anything like a real curry is probably racist.



Some people may like them and some people may not, but suggesting that those that like them are being racist? Is that not a little offensive? :-(
#11
Can also back up the Korma and Madras from Asda is pretty good.

Used to get them all the time when they were £3, then they changed em to £6.50. Will have to have a look again.
#12
The Asda curries are excellent value for money.

It's obvious a restaurant will serve tastier curries but you pay £20+, here you only pay £3 :)
#13
the english invented curries so **** away lol
:):):)
#14
The curries are very good but the microwave rice is always bad
#15
wiltonson
the last time i bought i remember eating the onion bhaji?


Aye. I remember eating onion bhajis too... but shame it was part of the Tescos £3 indian meal for 2!:thumbsup:

Asdas curries are ok for my liking. Wish they would do more rollback offers on their Biriyanis!:p
#16
Azureus;3539289
You are kidding me!

They are utterly, utterly horrible. To suggest they are anything like a real curry is probably racist.


racist....eh?
most curries are english anyway......balti, chicken tikka massala to name two, same goes for alot chinese dishes too, sweet and sour chicken/pork doesnt originate from china, its english
they are just ok, would rather eat my wife's fantastic curry or ones from decent restaurants......
1 Like #17
How is it racist you are clearly an uneducated fool!!:santa:
#18
empyphil
The curries are very good but the microwave rice is always bad


Meh actually really like the rice. Personal preference I guess. :thumbsup:
#19
Asda curries are bloody gorgeous. Just because they aren't totally authentic doesn't mean they're no good. Asda beans are just as good as HP/Heinz beans IMO, dont come with this authentic sh*t.

£3 is a steal for this meal. HOT.
#20
Can't understand people slagging it off!
Personally I like the curries from Asda, (don't particullarly like the mini snack things etc..) OK they may not be as good as from a restaurant, but definate VFM! And at £3 for a meal for 2, the deals got to be hot (even if the Vindaloo isn't!).
#21
Agree. I quite like the curries and for £3.....voted hot
#22
A steal for £3, sorry but even when I pay £6.50 I don't expect it to be amazing. Some people on here amaze me with their stupidity and pickiness. Voted Hot !
#23
Oh oh:roll:. So many people with different opinions of what a curry should be.:? Good,bad whatever. A curry is made differently and varies in taste in all parts of the world AND in restaurants. All depends on individual tastes. I have found some of the asda takeaway meals delicious and some not to my taste.. I was lucky. First one I bought I liked and have found another couple that I really like. So this is hot for me,great price. Thanks to the OP for posting:-D
#24
royals
racist....eh?
most curries are english anyway......balti, chicken tikka massala to name two, same goes for alot chinese dishes too, sweet and sour chicken/pork doesnt originate from china, its english
they are just ok, would rather eat my wife's fantastic curry or ones from decent restaurants......


balti and tikka masala not indian, whoever told you that mate :?
#25
Only the one with Masala and Korma by us the others are full price or 9 quid with the beer pack.
#26
The ones on offer at £3 aren't as big as the ones you get behind the counter. The portion sizes are smaller. Don't think they're half the size so still VFM but if you're used to the full size ones and you get one of these you may be a liitle disappointed.
The portions in the £3 bag weren't big enough for my OH or my eldest son.
#27
Curry - Kari(Tamil)
Tikka - piece of Meat
Masala - Spices
Balti /Karahi - Woks
Tandoor - Clay Oven

Good value but mass produced. Cant really compare it to the properly made authentic stuff.
#28
The trick with these is to cook them in the oven rather than microwave - if you do so I think they're rather tasty IMHO!!
#29
We love a curry but having a large family it can be quite costly to make one, even though we all prefer homemade these are an absolute steal, definitely not as good as Tesco's though. Voted hot, hot, hot!!
#30
Good deal - obviously re-introduced since Sainsburys are currently offering bogof on a couple of their Indian meals for one (£3.19 each). No naan bread at Sainsbury's though.

Voted hot :)
#31
Doesn't need voting hot.
#32
Rudz
balti and tikka masala not indian, whoever told you that mate :?


what the OP meant was that they are not real Indian dishes. They were invented by Bangladeshi chefs who had migrated to the UK. You won't find chicken tikka masala and chicken Balti in India except in Tourist resorts :-)
1 Like #33
Azureus
You are kidding me!

They are utterly, utterly horrible. To suggest they are anything like a real curry is probably racist.


:-D That made me LOL. Shame others can't appreciate quirky humour like this without going on the defensive. So obviously a joke.

Edit to say, nice deal. I saw them the other day and are good value for £3.

Although I can't stand korma, reminds me of baby sick.
banned#34
crazygoog
Asda curries are bloody gorgeous. Just because they aren't totally authentic doesn't mean they're no good. Asda beans are just as good as HP/Heinz beans IMO, dont come with this authentic sh*t.

£3 is a steal for this meal. HOT.


Too Right some people are just food snobs for the hell of it.

Threy didnt have the deal on indian meal at asda bedminster, Bristol it was on the chinese ones
banned#35
ukdoctor
what the OP meant was that they are not real Indian dishes. They were invented by Bangladeshi chefs who had migrated to the UK. You won't find chicken tikka masala and chicken Balti in India except in Tourist resorts :-)


SO you are backing up his statement!?
#36
Throbbing Beast
SO you are backing up his statement!?


all I'm saying is that Balti and chicken tikka masala are not real Indian dishes . They are British inventions. A vindaloo is probably the only British Indian curry that resembles the real thing .
#37
I eat the £6.50 ones all the time, I find them very good. The meat is always tender and I think the main dish is the closest thing to a proper takeaway you can buy ready made. I don’t eat the rice so cant comment on that, but the bajji and Nan bread aren’t as good, but then you’re paying a lot less.
However I find the £3 packs to be awful. They taste like they have used very cheap meat and in my opinion it should have a smart price label on it so people don’t get confused. The first time my other half bought this we didn’t realise it was different to the normal one until we got stuck in. We ended up throwing it away and ordering a takeaway it was that bad.
#38
None at the Crewe branch :x
#39
mriceman1974
Some people may like them and some people may not, but suggesting that those that like them are being racist? Is that not a little offensive? :-(


I was exaggerating to make the point but I was not suggesting those that like them were a racist only those that said they were like the real thing - and I am joking BTW!

The stuff you get in India is a million miles from this synthetic muck. Each to their own tho' I think they are vile but YMMV.

Let me say once more for those who can't spot it - I was making a joke while saying personally I don't like them but I do like the more authentic stuff. Actually I love a good curry and I think I'll nip out and buy one now - not from ASDA obviously ;-)
#40
asda do a chicken dopiaza and that has got a really nice sauce, i prefer that to masala and korma any day.

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