Larger than the average ready meal the Tesco Chicken Tikka Masala, Rice And Bombay Potato 500G £2 reduced from £3.30 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Larger than the average ready meal the Tesco Chicken Tikka Masala, Rice And Bombay Potato 500G £2.00 reduced from £3.30 @ Tesco

£2.00 @ Tesco
Back down in price, at £2 a great meal deal, for the full price you can find other, enjoy. Marinated chicken breast pieces in a cream and tomato masala sauce with coriander, served with pilau rice …
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Back down in price, at £2 a great meal deal, for the full price you can find other, enjoy.

Marinated chicken breast pieces in a cream and tomato masala sauce with coriander, served with pilau rice & Bombay potato.

TSC CHIC TIKKA, PILAU RICE & BOMBAY POTATO 500G
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18 Likes
Had this for dinner, with tomato and garlic flat bread for a squid nom nom nom.... The saturated fat tasted soooo good!

Edited By: McHotpoon on Aug 17, 2016 22:43
18 Likes
adeelmpk
It's always been this price beside this stuff should be illegal given the saturated fat percentage, fast track to heart attack if you care.

Each pack contains 55% of your daily allowance of saturated fat. That leaves me 45% to not exceed throughout the rest of the day. Bowl of cereal for breakfast and a decent sandwich for lunch and I'm still under. Anything is fine in moderation. Plus 11g of saturated fat is less than a Starbucks Almond Croissant (12-14g each) or a medium hot chocolate (13-16g).
8 Likes
DealJourno
This stuff is just muck in a plastic container.

But very tasty muck....yum yum yum
7 Likes
It's always been this price beside this stuff should be illegal given the saturated fat percentage, fast track to heart attack if you care.
6 Likes
bonzobanana
I've just about tried all the processed curries in various supermarkets. I think my favourite is Morrisons overall but I don't think there is a huge difference in them. The Lidl's one's I tried seemed a bit vinegary for some reason but the meat content was good for the price. I'd generally rank the Tesco one's quite high but depends on the flavour I guess. I'm not a tikka masala or korma fan I tend to go for madras, vindaloo, balti, jalfreezi or even the Phal curry at Sainsburys which was really nice and nowhere near as hot as a real takeaway Phal curry.
As previously stated these were commonly sold at £1.65 a while back. They seemed to alternate between £3.30 and £1.65 on almost a weekly basis. Still seems excellent value at £2
I nominate for official hukd supermarket curry advisor

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7 Likes #1
It's always been this price beside this stuff should be illegal given the saturated fat percentage, fast track to heart attack if you care.
18 Likes #2
Had this for dinner, with tomato and garlic flat bread for a squid nom nom nom.... The saturated fat tasted soooo good!

Edited By: McHotpoon on Aug 17, 2016 22:43
3 Likes #3
McHotpoon
Had this for dinner, with tomato and garlic flat bread for a squid nom nom nom.... The saturated fat tasted soooo good!
rice potato and bread... no pasta?!
18 Likes #4
adeelmpk
It's always been this price beside this stuff should be illegal given the saturated fat percentage, fast track to heart attack if you care.

Each pack contains 55% of your daily allowance of saturated fat. That leaves me 45% to not exceed throughout the rest of the day. Bowl of cereal for breakfast and a decent sandwich for lunch and I'm still under. Anything is fine in moderation. Plus 11g of saturated fat is less than a Starbucks Almond Croissant (12-14g each) or a medium hot chocolate (13-16g).
1 Like #5
adeelmpk
It's always been this price beside this stuff should be illegal given the saturated fat percentage, fast track to heart attack if you care.
No its been £3:30 and is currently reduced to £2, saving £1.30, as for the saturated fat, make up your own mind.
4 Likes #6
Eh, I find the other curries they do better value. The bombay potatoes are just filler and aren't that great imo; you get less actual curry with this (which is the best bit).
1 Like #7
The RDA of sat fat is 30g for men. Just saying. :D
#8
This stuff is just muck in a plastic container.
8 Likes #9
DealJourno
This stuff is just muck in a plastic container.

But very tasty muck....yum yum yum
2 Likes #10
Regularly half price, but I suppose the not a clues get to vote. Unlike me, I'm banned from voting cold because apparently voting cold and telling people you have is against site rules. Lol
1 Like #11
Darzen
Regularly half price, but I suppose the not a clues get to vote. Unlike me, I'm banned from voting cold because apparently voting cold and telling people you have is against site rules. Lol
Yes it is regularly reduced in price, like now, so as its not full price its a deal, or do you not understand how the site works.
#12
Tr1gger
Darzen
Regularly half price, but I suppose the not a clues get to vote. Unlike me, I'm banned from voting cold because apparently voting cold and telling people you have is against site rules. Lol
Yes it is regularly reduced in price, like now, so as its not full price its a deal, or do you not understand how the site works.


​They are cheaper than this, more than they are full price. Did you join yesterday ?
1 Like #13
Darzen
Tr1gger
Darzen
Regularly half price, but I suppose the not a clues get to vote. Unlike me, I'm banned from voting cold because apparently voting cold and telling people you have is against site rules. Lol
Yes it is regularly reduced in price, like now, so as its not full price its a deal, or do you not understand how the site works.
​They are cheaper than this, more than they are full price. Did you join yesterday ?
I have seen them at £1.65 (Half price), but the deal today is £2, I cannot remember when I joined, but could probably look it up if its important.
#14
I joined in 2010, same as you did.
#15
Tr1gger
Darzen
Tr1gger
Darzen
Regularly half price, but I suppose the not a clues get to vote. Unlike me, I'm banned from voting cold because apparently voting cold and telling people you have is against site rules. Lol
Yes it is regularly reduced in price, like now, so as its not full price its a deal, or do you not understand how the site works.
​They are cheaper than this, more than they are full price. Did you join yesterday ?
I have seen them at £1.65 (Half price), but the deal today is £2, I cannot remember when I joined, but could probably look it up if its important.
Tesco going back to their old ways with their low quality own brand food.
1 Like #16
Terrible. Make your own!
#17
DealJourno
This stuff is just muck in a plastic container.

You haven't seen the documentary about how these curries are processed then?
1 Like #18
I gave these a try last time they were on offer, and wasn't too impressed. Lidl tikka masala + an air fried naan bread remains the best supermarket curry option by a long way, I reckon.
#19
Darzen
Regularly half price, but I suppose the not a clues get to vote. Unlike me, I'm banned from voting cold because apparently voting cold and telling people you have is against site rules. Lol


Hah, happened to me last week!
#20
I've voted cold, for all the times I've been in my local tesco, I've never seen them "full price".
Friend buys them often and it's always £2 or 3 for £5!
Think your local tesco is having you on about the "full price"
1 Like #21
I've just about tried all the processed curries in various supermarkets. I think my favourite is Morrisons overall but I don't think there is a huge difference in them. The Lidl's one's I tried seemed a bit vinegary for some reason but the meat content was good for the price. I'd generally rank the Tesco one's quite high but depends on the flavour I guess. I'm not a tikka masala or korma fan I tend to go for madras, vindaloo, balti, jalfreezi or even the Phal curry at Sainsburys which was really nice and nowhere near as hot as a real takeaway Phal curry.

As previously stated these were commonly sold at £1.65 a while back. They seemed to alternate between £3.30 and £1.65 on almost a weekly basis. Still seems excellent value at £2
6 Likes #22
bonzobanana
I've just about tried all the processed curries in various supermarkets. I think my favourite is Morrisons overall but I don't think there is a huge difference in them. The Lidl's one's I tried seemed a bit vinegary for some reason but the meat content was good for the price. I'd generally rank the Tesco one's quite high but depends on the flavour I guess. I'm not a tikka masala or korma fan I tend to go for madras, vindaloo, balti, jalfreezi or even the Phal curry at Sainsburys which was really nice and nowhere near as hot as a real takeaway Phal curry.
As previously stated these were commonly sold at £1.65 a while back. They seemed to alternate between £3.30 and £1.65 on almost a weekly basis. Still seems excellent value at £2
I nominate for official hukd supermarket curry advisor
1 Like #23
adeelmpk
It's always been this price beside this stuff should be illegal given the saturated fat percentage, fast track to heart attack if you care.
bore off
#24
bonzobanana
I've just about tried all the processed curries in various supermarkets. I think my favourite is Morrisons overall but I don't think there is a huge difference in them. The Lidl's one's I tried seemed a bit vinegary for some reason but the meat content was good for the price. I'd generally rank the Tesco one's quite high but depends on the flavour I guess. I'm not a tikka masala or korma fan I tend to go for madras, vindaloo, balti, jalfreezi or even the Phal curry at Sainsburys which was really nice and nowhere near as hot as a real takeaway Phal curry.
As previously stated these were commonly sold at £1.65 a while back. They seemed to alternate between £3.30 and £1.65 on almost a weekly basis. Still seems excellent value at £2

Fun fact, the same company make most of Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Waitrose' own brand Indian food, curries, naans and snacks . However dishes from different stores have different recipes and waitrose for example may use better quality raw ingredients. Personally quite partial to sainsbury's, however not a fan of taste the difference.
1 Like #25
kireir
I've voted cold, for all the times I've been in my local tesco, I've never seen them "full price".
Friend buys them often and it's always £2 or 3 for £5!
Think your local tesco is having you on about the "full price"

I've seen them at full price a fair bit - however posters are correct they are regularly on offer. To be honest you'd be a bit of a tool to buy them at £3.30....they are also regularly in the reduced section when at full price because nobody buys them :)

I think £2 for all this is a decent enough deal. However it clearly will not be the quality of a home made or shop bought one.

However you could make a far tastier curry (which will be much better for you) for less per portion (not so good if you only want 1 portion mind) - and the great thing with curries is you can make it up in advance and they tend to get better over time.
#26
I prefer the curry in Waitrose
1 Like #27
spudbynight
I prefer the curry in Waitrose

I prefer the curry in my tummy :-)
#28
pav4n
bonzobanana
I've just about tried all the processed curries in various supermarkets. I think my favourite is Morrisons overall but I don't think there is a huge difference in them. The Lidl's one's I tried seemed a bit vinegary for some reason but the meat content was good for the price. I'd generally rank the Tesco one's quite high but depends on the flavour I guess. I'm not a tikka masala or korma fan I tend to go for madras, vindaloo, balti, jalfreezi or even the Phal curry at Sainsburys which was really nice and nowhere near as hot as a real takeaway Phal curry.
As previously stated these were commonly sold at £1.65 a while back. They seemed to alternate between £3.30 and £1.65 on almost a weekly basis. Still seems excellent value at £2
Fun fact, the same company make most of Sainsbury's, Morrisons and Waitrose' own brand Indian food, curries, naans and snacks . However dishes from different stores have different recipes and waitrose for example may use better quality raw ingredients. Personally quite partial to sainsbury's, however not a fan of taste the difference.

Holy cow, me and the Mrs picked up and meal in sainsbugs and thought it was identical to the usual one we get at Waitrose... Your fact would explain why, I didn't find it fun though.... just a little insightful.
#29
it looks big but quantity wise it is same as the smaller ones
the BIG plastic tub is divided into 3 small portions and the middle portion is more like a side.
the plastic container is W shaped where the centre is clearly pushed up to keep less quantity.
1 Like #30
Tiny portion of curry - smaller than the average ready meal I'd say.

And the film lid doesn't peel off......
#31
colourpie
bonzobanana
I've just about tried all the processed curries in various supermarkets. I think my favourite is Morrisons overall but I don't think there is a huge difference in them. The Lidl's one's I tried seemed a bit vinegary for some reason but the meat content was good for the price. I'd generally rank the Tesco one's quite high but depends on the flavour I guess. I'm not a tikka masala or korma fan I tend to go for madras, vindaloo, balti, jalfreezi or even the Phal curry at Sainsburys which was really nice and nowhere near as hot as a real takeaway Phal curry.
As previously stated these were commonly sold at £1.65 a while back. They seemed to alternate between £3.30 and £1.65 on almost a weekly basis. Still seems excellent value at £2
I nominate for official hukd supermarket curry advisor
I nominate for government appointed curry czar.:D

Edited By: johnsmith1997 on Aug 18, 2016 14:08
1 Like #32
j0sentina
it looks big but quantity wise it is same as the smaller ones
the BIG plastic tub is divided into 3 small portions and the middle portion is more like a side.
the plastic container is W shaped where the centre is clearly pushed up to keep less quantity.
I love how you saw through their tricks! :D
1 Like #33
dont bother with super market ones. make your own, here is a good recipe to follow. the smell and flavor is just out of this world.
#34
http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/tesco-price-comparison/Indian_Cuisine/Tesco_Indian_Chicken_Tikka_Masala_Pilau_Rice_And_Bombay_Potato_500g.html?TrackingCode=441.PW9CawSgX0yYovb3TObehA

Its been full price more than its been discounted. ive never seen it on multibuy, think thats the one without potatoes. It has been £1.65 but not for a while.


Edited By: davidian84 on Aug 18, 2016 16:41
#35
McHotpoon
Had this for dinner, with tomato and garlic flat bread for a squid nom nom nom.... The saturated fat tasted soooo good!

and washed down with 3-4 cans of this - just for pure gluttony X)
1 Like #36
adeelmpk
It's always been this price beside this stuff should be illegal given the saturated fat percentage, fast track to heart attack if you care.

Scared of life.
#37
the sat fat RDA is based on an small-average man weighing 65kg!! if you're a real man with a proper weight then obviously you need more fats huhu.
1 Like #38
Personally I'd rather spend an extra 60p for the best supermarket curry around - http://groceries.iceland.co.uk/iceland-indian-chicken-makhani-masala-400g/p/59646

Not a fan of this Tesco offering, but voted hot for the price, as relatively good value.
#39
These are frequently on offer at half price...so not that good a deal!

...they are nice though :)
2 Likes #40
adeelmpk
It's always been this price beside this stuff should be illegal given the saturated fat percentage, fast track to heart attack if you care.
Evidence that this is the case, please?

http://www.nhs.uk/news/2014/03March/Pages/Saturated-fats-and-heart-disease-link-unproven.aspx

Providing unsubstantiated nutritional advice, now perhaps that IS something that should be illegal! :P

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