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As the title says, morrisons are selling their Indian meals for 1 for £3.49 buy one get one free.

These are really tasty meals and came out top in taste tests of Indian ready meals.

There are several choices - madras, korma, jalfrezi and tikka masala -
you get a tub of curry, a tub of rice and a naan bread.

Bargain!!
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banned#1
http://i186.photobucket.com/albums/x57/showman35/fat-basrd1.jpg

Corrrrrrrrr thanks!
banned#2
Mmmm, jalfrezi...id go and pick up a couple now if the Morrisons wasn't so far away...voted HOT
#3
sounds like a meal for 2 to me
#4
misses found a long hair in one of these before put me right off
#5
morris7
sounds like a meal for 2 to me


yes, it would be a meal for 2 by the time you've got the offer but thats the name of the meal - "morrisons meal for 1" :)
#6
JBAUERBEATSJBOND
misses found a long hair in one of these before put me right off


At least it wasn't short & curly.
#7
I got the meal for 2 a while back, I am not usually a fan of Curry as a ready meal but it was actually really nice!

I will try not to think about the hair!
#8
Found a short jet black curly one in my sharwoods balti, this after not eating for 22 hours -too busy. Microwaved it at work sat down with it, took the film off seen it launched it. Had a vending machine kitkat and a packet of crisps sick as sh---. But hey it could have been worse, I could have tasted it and got the public stuck in my teeth! Sorry but this has been going for 2 days -and I do not for these reasons do curries anymore. ENJOY YOUR FOOD!
#9
Well I've taken what you have all said onboard but I'm going to try these tomorrow...along with a tub of Ben & jerry ice-cream (also at Morrisons for £1.80).

If I gag on a hair then I will give you all the complete details.
#10
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Well I've taken what you have all said onboard but I'm going to try these tomorrow...along with a tub of Ben & jerry ice-cream (also at Morrisons for £1.80).

If I gag on a hair then I will give you all the complete details.


Yum, Yum, bought 2 tubs of this at the same time - soon going to be looking like the sumo at the top!!
#11
good buy but no wonder these curries taste vile
#12
Cheers Andy please post if you do, I am sure you won't be thinking of it whilst you eat.
banned#13
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If I gag on a hair then I will give you all the complete details.


Just down some strong lager (Special Brew) before the meal...you won't notice anything :thumbsup:
#14
Morrisons curries are alright, for £1.75 all in I will happily save any effort in the kitchen one night. Also I don't understand why people get so freaked about hair. It falls out of it's own accord and floats round in the air, no wonder you occasionally get it in food. I'd rather not, but you can easily just pick it our and eat the rest. What do people think they are going to catch from them?
#15
^^Plus the hair is gonna be pretty damn clean with the amount of chemicals thrown into processed food. Cleaner than your own hair even! There is a lot worse in there to harm you.

Do they have any veggie ones? Don't want too much of a wasted trip considering my car is now dead
#16
Hair is one of the most contaminating things there is. Thats why chefs etc wear hair nets. You would not beleive the microbiological results from hair!
#17
You can make your own with a pack of chicken thighs (usually about £2) and a jar of sauce (£1) - hardly constitutes cooking. And no hairs - unless you want them of course.
#18
morrisons curries are definately the best supermarket curries. not bad.
#19
it's only a bit of hair, won't kill you....
#20
Just tried one of these, the Jalfrezi and I was very impressed.
Perhaps not as good as Sainsburys but right up there.

A bit too much rice but good value even if not a BOGOF.
#21
Still available on bogof :thumbsup:

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