Indian Takeaway Main Meals (350g Inc. NO rice) - MORRISONS Kitchen - £1.50 (Was £3.25) - HotUKDeals
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Indian Takeaway Main Meals (350g Inc. NO rice) - MORRISONS Kitchen - £1.50 (Was £3.25)

£1.50 @ Morrisons
Morrison's Kitchen Takeaway Curries Main Meals are £1.50 each (Down from £3.25) Perfect if you've already got plenty of side dishes - left over from the "Meal Deals" Good re-usable containers as… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Morrison's Kitchen Takeaway Curries Main Meals are £1.50 each (Down from £3.25)

Perfect if you've already got plenty of side dishes - left over from the "Meal Deals"

Good re-usable containers as well

Part of Morrison's "Indian Curry Week"

Good selection:

Chicken Korma
Lamb Rogan Josh
Chicken Madras
Chicken Balti
Chicken Jalfrezi
Chicken Makhan
King Prawn Buhna
Saag Paneer
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1 Like #1
Picked up the Balti earlier this week - great price for these takeaway curries

Heat added Jimmy
#2
Yeah I got a couple today the tubs of tri colour/ Pilu rice are down to £1 as well
2 Likes #3
malnuman
Yeah I got a couple today the tubs of tri colour/ Pilu rice are down to £1 as well

The £1 rice and side dishes aren't as good a deal

The good thing about this Morrison's offer is that you can just purchase 350g of the main course for £1.50 and add whatever you like
2 Likes #4
good find op, heat added :)
#5
tried to buy but no stock of the one i like
1 Like #6
The quantity (350g) of these seems incredibly meagre, very small indeed for £3.25..£1.50 is about its worth tbh. Local Indian takeaway curry is around £4.50 and it's about twice to three times the size of these and about 500 times better .
#7
the korma pic looks like a tub of vomit
1 Like #8
These are no better than the cheap frozen ready meals imo.
1 Like #9
Nice. The Jalfrezi was pretty good as I recall.
1 Like #10
I particularly like the Korma - with the almonds and cashew nuts - but everyone to their own taste ;)

Whatever your taste, 350g of main meal curry should be adequate for anyone oO

You can always add as much rice as you like!
#11
plodging
The quantity (350g) of these seems incredibly meagre, very small indeed for £3.25..£1.50 is about its worth tbh. Local Indian takeaway curry is around £4.50 and it's about twice to three times the size of these and about 500 times better .


Correct and real
#12
jimmybo
I particularly like the Korma - with the almonds and cashew nuts - but everyone to their own taste ;)
Whatever your taste, 350g of main meal curry should be adequate for anyone oO
You can always add as much rice as you like!
350 Gms is enough for anyone ? Really ?. That's about 3 ski yoghurt potfulls .. Congrats on eating healthy and having such strength of character.
2 Likes #13
plodging
jimmybo
I particularly like the Korma - with the almonds and cashew nuts - but everyone to their own taste ;)
Whatever your taste, 350g of main meal curry should be adequate for anyone oO
You can always add as much rice as you like!
350 Gms is enough for anyone ? Really ?. That's about 3 ski yoghurt potfulls .. Congrats on eating healthy and having such strength of character.

You can always add as much rice as you like - as the Main Meal only cost £1.50
And I can't stand yoghurt! (_;)
#14
jimmybo
plodging
jimmybo
I particularly like the Korma - with the almonds and cashew nuts - but everyone to their own taste ;)
Whatever your taste, 350g of main meal curry should be adequate for anyone oO
You can always add as much rice as you like!
350 Gms is enough for anyone ? Really ?. That's about 3 ski yoghurt potfulls .. Congrats on eating healthy and having such strength of character.
You can always add as much rice as you like - as the Main Meal only cost £1.50
And I can't stand yoghurt! (_;)
Or buy 2 for 3 quid and avoid nasty carbs . Mind you they had loads reduced tonight to £1 from £1.50 .. So still ain't selling well at £1.50.
#15
oh I really hope this is in my local...was hoping for curry today (Friday) and pondered ordering a take away. Heaaaaaaat
#16
plodging
The quantity (350g) of these seems incredibly meagre, very small indeed for £3.25..£1.50 is about its worth tbh. Local Indian takeaway curry is around £4.50 and it's about twice to three times the size of these and about 500 times better .


i couldn't have said it 1000 times truer. its 2 times factual and 5 times implied, but oh its 20 times hurtful for the rear end if you eat 1000 times more.
1 Like #17
jimmybo
I particularly like the Korma - with the almonds and cashew nuts - but everyone to their own taste ;)
Whatever your taste, 350g of main meal curry should be adequate for anyone oO
You can always add as much rice as you like!
My common complaint with these meals are that there is too much rice and too little meat lol. I love this deal !
1 Like #18
bargain just picked up 4 curries rice for £1, twin pack of naans £1 and some frozen proper Samoa's on offer for £1.50. we were going to get a curry tonight so just saved ourselves a small fortune thanks op
#19
Hit and miss, but some of the are great
1 Like #20
i buy these from the shop at the factory they make them (they make Tesco and Asda ones as well) 25p-50p there (_;)

decent deal at £1.50 though. heated.
#21
Never tried these so will give them a go.

Uridium
i buy these from the shop at the factory they make them (they make Tesco and Asda ones as well) 25p-50p there (_;)
decent deal at £1.50 though. heated.

Where do they make them? I always imagine meat things being made next to some massive slaughterhouse and feel guilty about eating them.
1 Like #22
MeneerSmith
Never tried these so will give them a go.
Uridium
i buy these from the shop at the factory they make them (they make Tesco and Asda ones as well) 25p-50p there (_;)
decent deal at £1.50 though. heated.
Where do they make them? I always imagine meat things being made next to some massive slaughterhouse and feel guilty about eating them.

Kerry Foods Burton on Trent, just a usual food production factory. no slaughterhouse next door :-)
1 Like #23
cjdean1983
bargain just picked up 4 curries rice for £1, twin pack of naans £1 and some frozen proper Samoa's on offer for £1.50. we were going to get a curry tonight so just saved ourselves a small fortune thanks op
Just to say, Saturday night curry was fab. Very small portions so a couple of dishes each went down well. It's nice to have a variety so this was a great meal in!
#24
plodging
The quantity (350g) of these seems incredibly meagre, very small indeed for £3.25..£1.50 is about its worth tbh. Local Indian takeaway curry is around £4.50 and it's about twice to three times the size of these and about 500 times better .

I took a gander at these last night and agree with you - they're really not good value.....also, I think that for anyone who does even a little bit of physical activity (if not gym, then walking) throughout the day, 350g is not a lot of food.

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