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Look What We Found Chicken Korma EXP SEP 2016 - 39p @ B&M

£0.39 @ B&M Retail
Found at B&M Hulme, decent price, had one tonight, probably wouldnt pay £1.80 rrp but for 39p its well worth it. Would be good for festival cooking food given it is an ambient product and comes in a p… Read More
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10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago
Found at B&M Hulme, decent price, had one tonight, probably wouldnt pay £1.80 rrp but for 39p its well worth it. Would be good for festival cooking food given it is an ambient product and comes in a pouch (hence far lighter than a tin.
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16 Likes #1
Were B&M holding a disco when you took that pic.
1 Like #2
it's horrific!!! my dog wouldn't even lick the spoon!!
#3
tony211166
it's horrific!!! my dog wouldn't even lick the spoon!!

Each to their own...The Korma is OK, but the Chicken Tikka is better, which along with a basmati rice pouch and vacuum packed sharwoods mini naans are a camping food I've just enjoyed on the Pembrokeshire coast...it's the meatballs and the chilli versions which are not great, as they taste too fatty
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pennyfarthing88
Were B&M holding a disco when you took that pic.
No, when I took the picture flash was on and I couldn't be bothered taking another photo.
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pennyfarthing88
Were B&M holding a disco when you took that pic.
No, when I took the picture flash was on and I couldn't be bothered taking another photo.
#6
I'll add some heat. Sounds good for camping
#7
i quite enjoyed the meatballs and chicken tikka ones. Again, not worth the full rrp but well worth the 42p each I paid in Asda a few weeks back. The beef bolognese variety however is poor at any price.
4 Likes #8
I prefer the Chicken Tarka..... It's like the Tikka, but a little 'otter
:D
1 Like #9
robertoegg
I prefer the Chicken Tarka..... It's like the Tikka, but a little 'otter:D
That's bad. :D

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