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M&S Indian meal deal...2 mains and 3 sides for £10.00

£10.00 @ Marks & Spencer
M&S Indian meal deal - Choose any 2 mains and 3 sides for £10 Mains include (full list in post #1) Chicken tikka masala Chicken jalfrezi Lamb rogan josh Butter chicken Chicken korma King pr… Read More
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M&S Indian meal deal - Choose any 2 mains and 3 sides for £10
Mains include (full list in post #1)
Chicken tikka masala
Chicken jalfrezi
Lamb rogan josh
Butter chicken
Chicken korma
King prawn bhuna
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MAINS
Chicken tikka masala
A medium-spiced curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast in a rich, creamy masala sauce
Chicken jalfrezi
A medium-spiced tomato curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, coriander and chilli garnished with flame-seared red peppers
Lamb rogan josh
A medium-spiced curry with tender pieces of lamb marinated in cream, yoghurt and spices in a rich onion masala
Butter chicken
A rich, mildly spiced curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, cream, butter and honey
Chicken korma
A mild, creamy curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, toasted almonds, coconut, cardamom and mace
King prawn bhuna
A spicy aromatic curry with succulent king prawns, onions, tomatoes, yogurt and green & red peppers
Chicken saag masala
A mildly spiced curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, spinach, tomato and yoghurt
Chicken piri piri
A hot and sour curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, onions, tomatoes and red chillies
Chicken madras
A spicy tomato, coconut and curry leaf sauce with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, garnished with roasted onions and red chillies
Mixed vegetable masala (V)
A medium-spiced tomato curry with chickpeas, roasted onions, red peppers, green beans, roasted cauliflower and butternut squash
Hot chicken tikka masala
A hot and spicy curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast in a rich, creamy masala sauce
Chicken balti
A medium-spiced curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, tomatoes, ginger and black onion seeds

SIDES


Basmati rice (V)
Aromatic basmati rice flavoured with cumin, clove, cardamom and curry leaves
Black dahl (V)
A rich, lightly spiced dahl made with black lentils, butter, ginger and garlic
Bombay aloo (V)
Diced potatoes in a tomato and onion sauce with garam masala
Peas and paneer (V)
Paneer cheese and green peas in a mildly spiced tomato sauce
Tarka dahl (V)
A mild, lightly spiced dahl made with chana dahl, lentils, tomatoes, onion, coriander & cumin
Channa masala (V)
A medium spiced tomato sauce with chickpeas, whole cumin seeds & ground fenugreek
Pilau rice (V)
Aromatic basmati rice flavoured with cumin, cardamom, fennel seeds, cloves & saffron
Indian starter selection (V)
A tempting selection of onion bhajis, hand wrapped vegetable samosas and vegetable pakoras
4 Onion bhajis (V)
Slices of onion coated in a golden, crispy gram flour batter
Sweet potato & onion bhajis (V)
A blend of sweet potato and chunky onion slices in a spiced gram flour batter, deep fried
Chicken pakoras
Succulent fried pieces of chicken in a spicy Southern Indian style marinade
2 Tandoori naans (V)
Hand-shaped Indian-style flatbreads sprinkled with aromatic nigella seeds and baked in a traditional tandoor oven
2 Garlic & coriander naans (V)
Hand-shaped Indian-style flatbreads sprinkled with fresh coriander and garlic and baked in a tradtional tandoor oven
4 Vegetable samosas (V)
Hand-wrapped pastries filled with spiced mixed vegetables
#2
Cheers! :)
2 Likes #3
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
#4
That has Mumtaz branding all over it..
Probably made by them
2 Likes #5
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
That bad? :)
1 Like #6
No wine = No deal :-(
6 Likes #7
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.


You must have some shocking take aways round your way. As this is pre packed rubbish to the standard of Iceland
2 Likes #8
Not as good as a takeaway, as my local does more than just one vegetarian main dish!
3 Likes #9
just one vegetarian main dish :(
#10
Just eaten the lamb and don't trust chicken ..really good
Will try prawn tomorrow
2 Likes #11
SantoshKaushik
just one vegetarian main dish :(
and one meat side :(
1 Like #12
Chicken piri piri

yes... that's about as Indian as Cristiano Ronaldo
#13
All we need now is HDUK deal on creme fraiche and bog roll too (_;)
1 Like #14
blue1971
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
You must have some shocking take aways round your way. As this is pre packed rubbish to the standard of Iceland
Agree with you on that,it's ok if you like rubber chicken,horrible cheap tasting curry dishes
1 Like #15
Well personal opinion I guess but as far as super market curries go M&S is well above the standard of others..

+ TBH the Indians around me in Hertfordshire are pretty rank and no where near the standard where I used to live in Southampton..

Edited By: bsmaff on Apr 12, 2017 15:18: ...
#16
bojangles
Chicken piri piri

yes... that's about as Indian as Cristiano Ronaldo


The Portuguese brought the chili pepper to Goa
1 Like #17
I think the best one by far is the Sainsburys Deli one, but the deal they were doing 2 x mains, 2x sides, and a Naan bread appear to have ended.
#18
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
What? You need to change takeaways. These are so inauthentic. My partner describes them as curry for people who don't like curry!!
suspended#19
edinburgher
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
What? You need to change takeaways. These are so inauthentic. My partner describes them as curry for people who don't like curry!!

http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/269853011_1_640x640_zpsdtbkexv4.jpg

Your 'partner' should try one of these then, I urge anyone to.

Granted it's not the cheapest ready made meal you're ever going to buy and far more expensive than these M&S offerings but you get what you pay for and this Jalfrezi really is the governor :p
#20
Waitrose right? How much?

Chasloyal
edinburgher
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
What? You need to change takeaways. These are so inauthentic. My partner describes them as curry for people who don't like curry!!
http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/269853011_1_640x640_zpsdtbkexv4.jpg
Your 'partner' should try one of these then, I urge anyone to.
Granted it's not the cheapest ready made meal you're ever going to buy and far more expensive than these M&S offerings but you get what you pay for and this Jalfrezi really is the governor :p


Edited By: shaddow on Apr 12, 2017 17:35
suspended#21
shaddow
Waitrose right? How much?
Chasloyal
edinburgher
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
What? You need to change takeaways. These are so inauthentic. My partner describes them as curry for people who don't like curry!!
http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/269853011_1_640x640_zpsdtbkexv4.jpg
Your 'partner' should try one of these then, I urge anyone to.
Granted it's not the cheapest ready made meal you're ever going to buy and far more expensive than these M&S offerings but you get what you pay for and this Jalfrezi really is the governor :p

You can get them in Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury.

The Jalfrezi is 7 quid in Waitrose I believe and I think it's the same price in Tesco whilst Sainsburys charge a quid more for some reason.
#22
shaddow
Waitrose right? How much?
Chasloyal
edinburgher
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
What? You need to change takeaways. These are so inauthentic. My partner describes them as curry for people who don't like curry!!
http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/269853011_1_640x640_zpsdtbkexv4.jpg
Your 'partner' should try one of these then, I urge anyone to.
Granted it's not the cheapest ready made meal you're ever going to buy and far more expensive than these M&S offerings but you get what you pay for and this Jalfrezi really is the governor :p
Agreed these are delicious ready meals. Always prefer to cook from scratch but these are great for a treat.
#23
The prawn makhani is so good, but they don't seem to sell it anymore. The rest is fairly average, still better than the local takeaways here though, you side step the food poisioning part.
#24
The BEST jalfrezi anywhere!! Thanks so much for posting as I'm in every week waiting for the offer to come back on. I'll be stocking up :)
#25
Korm and get this deal
#26
I believe the Tarka dahl is a little 'otter than usual! :D
#27
Chasloyal
edinburgher
bsmaff
Voted hot, as M&S curry is as good as a takeaway.
What? You need to change takeaways. These are so inauthentic. My partner describes them as curry for people who don't like curry!!
http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/269853011_1_640x640_zpsdtbkexv4.jpg
Your 'partner' should try one of these then, I urge anyone to.
Granted it's not the cheapest ready made meal you're ever going to buy and far more expensive than these M&S offerings but you get what you pay for and this Jalfrezi really is the governor :p

I've seen a lot of people on here over the years saying how some £3 supermarket pizza or curry is better than a takeaway, but I've yet to actually try one that has been.

These £7 Charlie Bigham meals might be really close or almost equal to a typical Indian takeaway, but once you factor in something like an equally good quality garlic naan bread, you're looking at about £10 total for this meal (and no matter how much it says it's a meal for 2 this is just a meal for one realistically and about the same amount of rice an Indian would give for one person)

So you're paying £10 for a meal for one person to try and get the same quality as a takeaway, yet just buying this from a takeaway in the first place would cost about £10 as well. You're gaining nothing at all going down this route.
suspended#28
Haruhi
I've seen a lot of people on here over the years saying how some £3 supermarket pizza or curry is better than a takeaway, but I've yet to actually try one that has been.

Make you right 100% and whether it's scratchy people trying to justify their scratchyness or whether their taste buds and quality radar ain't up to much so they genuinely believe that I don't know but I've never found a cheap ready made alternative that even comes close to takeaways.



Haruhi
(and no matter how much it says it's a meal for 2 this is just a meal for one realistically and about the same amount of rice an Indian would give for one person)

Ditto again, I easily polish this 'meal for 2' off on my Jack's with bits on the side too.



Haruhi
So you're paying £10 for a meal for one person to try and get the same quality as a takeaway, yet just buying this from a takeaway in the first place would cost about £10 as well. You're gaining nothing at all going down this route.

Ok once more it's hard to disagree with you or would have been till about a month ago when I was still residing on the East London/West Essex frontier in Roding Valley but I now live way out in the sticks of rural Lincolnshire.

We have bought a gaff that quite literally sits by fields and all there is more fields as far as the eye can see. The nearest curry place of any note is around 10 miles away in Waddington and I did drive up there a couple of Fridays ago to try it out. Alas it was very average and rather greasy too and just to add insult to injury if you want it delivered he charges a quid a mile extra from 2 or 3 miles onwards I believe so not a chance in hell!

http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20170413_140129_zpsm1mrmm4p.jpg

I realise I been spoilt by living in and around East London all my life, none more so than having had The Coriander at Buckhurst Hill Station as my regular for the last 15 years or so, when I wasnt over in Austria that is.

See now that I don't have the luxury of an abundance of decent or excellent curry houses on my doorstep I would argue Charlie Bigham offers me better value than I could ever have imagined, even just a few short weeks ago ;)




Edited By: Chasloyal on Apr 13, 2017 14:06: Add pic
#29
mayzi
That has Mumtaz branding all over it..
Probably made by them


Hmmmm I see what u mean ...Looks very similar .

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