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Indian Ready Meals for 2 (2 mains + 2 sides) £5.00 Valid until Tue15th Nov 2016

£5.00 @ Tesco
Mains ==== Tesco Chicken Tikka Masala 460G Tesco Chicken Madras 460G Tesco Chicken Jalfrezi 460G Tesco Chicken Korma 460G Sides ==== Tesco Roasted Mushroom Rice 270G Tesco 4 Lamb And Chicke… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Mains
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Tesco Chicken Tikka Masala 460G
Tesco Chicken Madras 460G
Tesco Chicken Jalfrezi 460G
Tesco Chicken Korma 460G

Sides
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Tesco Roasted Mushroom Rice 270G
Tesco 4 Lamb And Chicken Seekh Kebabs 150G
Tesco Bombay Potatoes 300G
Tesco Indian Kitchen Pilau Rice 270G
Tesco Tarka Dhal 300G
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#1
Yum!
#2
love the jalfrezi haven't tried the sides nice find ;)
#3
got some of these yesterday good deal
#4
rather make it fresh
#5
good deal
#6
Not quite a restaurant deal but nevertheless I vote hot! :p
2 Likes #7
Salty killers, make your own lazy people!
#8
A good deal. Have some heat
3 Likes #9
Just about every other deal on HUKD ends up with bickering these days.
9 Likes #10
clint thrust
Salty killers, make your own lazy people!

Please advise how I can make my own lazy person.
That might be enough food for me for a month if I freeze him/her after they have fully grown.
#11
Chicken pakora is included too as a side.
2 Likes #12
this processed crappy muck is specially targeted for English folk that can't cook!
3 Likes #13
No veggie mains

Their vegetable masala is quite good actually
5 Likes #14
These are ideal for Indian restaurant owners.

These can be warmed up, tinned veggies added and sold for around a tenner each.

They certainly taste like restaurant food.

Warmth added.

I'll get my coat..
3 Likes #15
Tesco Horse Tikka Masala 460G
Tesco Horse Madras 460G
Tesco Horse Jalfrezi 460G
Tesco Horse Korma 460G
4 Likes #16
Very Cold.

No Veggie main options.
#17
Chicken madras is really nice from Tesco , they have changed the packaging so hope the meals are made by the same company, nice deal,,
#18
sham63
Very Cold.
No Veggie main options.
Cold.
Mains are all bloody chix.
No lamb.:(
1 Like #19
firstofficer
These are ideal for Indian restaurant owners.

These can be warmed up, tinned veggies added and sold for around a tenner each.

They certainly taste like restaurant food.

Warmth added.

I'll get my coat..
These are also ideal for lazy Indian chefs.:D

Edited By: johnsmith1997 on Nov 04, 2016 18:15
#20
Tesco_horse_meat
Tesco Horse Tikka Masala 460G
Tesco Horse Madras 460G
Tesco Horse Jalfrezi 460G
Tesco Horse Korma 460G
I see you have no behind.
Have you also gone into the curry?? X)
#21
snowflake75
this processed crappy muck is specially targeted for English folk that can't cook!

What, as opposed to every other nationality that can't cook. Talk about specially targetted, why have you done so towards English folk? Some inherent dislike for them you carry.
#22
Not worth this price let alone the full asking.
1 Like #23
Good deal, if you can't cook it yourself!

A simple chicken curry requires - 20 mins of cooking time and the following simple ingredients:

One onion, two green chillies, 2 garlic cloves, equal size ginger piece, a pinch of turmeric, a teaspoon of cumin and mustard seeds, oil to fry, salt to taste and 300 gr chicken pieces, that's all!

(You can add a clove and chopped fresh coriander leaves if you like, to make it a bit more aromatic)

You can have the fresh and tasty curry at home that will be yummy!
#24
I have been getting 2x meals and 2x sides from Morrisons for £6, on the not posted deal that runs until first January, so might need to try Tesco's deal instead to see if it compares in taste to Morrisons.
#25
I wandered down to Tesco to scout out this deal and it is not mentioned at all instore.

They have the 2x mains for £5 offer advertised all over the rack with the meals in it but not this offer.
2 Likes #26
For really good curries try Waitrose, they might be a bit dearer but contain more meats and are made by Noon's a real Indian family. Probably the best curries from a supermarket.
#27
Is this stuff seriously horsemeat?

Damn..
#28
xenophon
snowflake75
this processed crappy muck is specially targeted for English folk that can't cook!

What, as opposed to every other nationality that can't cook. Talk about specially targetted, why have you done so towards English folk? Some inherent dislike for them you carry.


I don't dislike English folk... just saying they can't cook
#29
firstofficer
Is this stuff seriously horsemeat?
Damn..



The French would love them.
#30
snowflake75
xenophon
snowflake75
this processed crappy muck is specially targeted for English folk that can't cook!
What, as opposed to every other nationality that can't cook. Talk about specially targetted, why have you done so towards English folk? Some inherent dislike for them you carry.
I don't dislike English folk... just saying they can't cook

Wow, huge prejudicial generalisation there. If you said that about any other nationality you would have people calling you all sorts. You'd probably being doing it yourself.
#31
soldierboy001
For really good curries try Waitrose, they might be a bit dearer but contain more meats and are made by Noon's a real Indian family. Probably the best curries from a supermarket.
M&S ones are pretty decent as well,big chunks of meat.:)
I have the Waitrose lamb rogan as one of my Pick Your Own.:)
1 Like #32
johnsmith1997
soldierboy001
For really good curries try Waitrose, they might be a bit dearer but contain more meats and are made by Noon's a real Indian family. Probably the best curries from a supermarket.
M&S ones are pretty decent as well,big chunks of meat.:)
I have the Waitrose lamb rogan as one of my Pick Your Own.:)



Absolutely correct John, I used to collect from manufacturers for both companies.
#33
Gozer
clint thrust
Salty killers, make your own lazy people!
Please advise how I can make my own lazy person.
That might be enough food for me for a month if I freeze him/her after they have fully grown.
Easy, go into the nearest replicator and re-produce yourself!

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