Mumtaz Curry Sauce - Tikka Masala and Karahi. Was £1.99 - Now 99p. Tesco instore and online - HotUKDeals
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From the famous Mumtaz Restaurant in Bradford, Tesco's have reduced their Tikka Masala and Karahi curry sauce from £1.99 to 99p. On the Mumtaz website its £2.59. Bargain for a good quality curry sauce.

Available online and instore (in my store it was with the specialist Indian food not in the general Indian section)
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#1
How do these compare to the lloyd grossman sauces, which i quite like?
#2
yh what are these like i v never had this one i normaly use pataks are they better?
#3
iv not tried this particular sauce myself but i've tried other stuff and its all been top notch. dare devils should try their pepper chilli sauce, its amazing. hot!
#4
danny-mac
How do these compare to the lloyd grossman sauces, which i quite like?


ritz89
yh what are these like i v never had this one i normaly use pataks are they better?


I'd imagine the difference is the same as that between a "genuine" designer label and a "fake" designer label, if you get my drift.
Lloyd Grossman & Pataks being the No.2
#5
You cant beat Shere Khan sauce - but you can't get hold of it hardly anywhere any more!

They used to have a superb restaurant in Chester!
#6
danny-mac
How do these compare to the lloyd grossman sauces, which i quite like?


When I was in Asda yesterday I was fairly sure i'd seen Loyd Grossman curry sauces for a quid each.

Just checked on Asda online and they are a quid. There's Jalfrezi, Rogan Josh, Korma, Tikka Masala, Balti, Madras and Dopiaza.
#7
i must admit i do like to cook everything from scratch but i bought two jars of these sauces last week. ive used the Karahi one and its very nice. even for someone who *doesnt do jars* :oops:

my friend says the Llyod ones are a bit pants :whistling:
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I avoid ready made curry sauces myself. Will always use curry pastes, I find them far tastier. Use the paste to marinade the meat then cook it off with onions and garlic. Add anything else you want to jazz it up, chilli powder, extra spices, lemon grass and ginger if your cooking thai. After its all cooked and coated throw in your stodge be it tinned toms (Indian) or a tin of coconut milk (thai). Simmer for a while and your laughing.
The Asda own Thai red curry paste is really good actually, quite hot though.
#9
I like the tescos own brand korma sauce.

But prefer Pataks curry pastes. Haven't tried mumtaz though - will have to buy one to see :) voting hot (or mild ;))
#10
Mumtaz sauces & products are from Bradford where they have also a large restaurant. They are in a different league to any other brand, try also their ready meals, subtle flavours ! Unbeatable.
#11
Laa laa laa laa laaa.

I fell for the last curry sauce that everyone thought was "nice", which turned out to be toxic waste extract, i wont try this one, i wont, i wont i tell ya.

la lal laaa laaaa laaa.
#12
marshall1471;4085779
Mumtaz sauces & products are from Bradford where they have also a large restaurant. They are in a different league to any other brand, try also their ready meals, subtle flavours ! Unbeatable.

completely agree, the restaurant is supposed to be world class. I used to buy their microwave curries, sheekh kebas etc, and they were gorgeous - now tesco don't stock them grrr!. I would highly recommend trying their desert Rasmalai - HEAVEN! Seriously, you guys got to try it. Not many restaurants sell it.

TBH I found the tikka massalla sauce to be horrible, and I've not tried the Karahi. I normally make my own and don't use ready-made sauces, but as this was Mumtaz sauces I thought I'd give them a go.
#13
Bought a few last night, well spotted by the other half.

These are great, especially for a pound.

I have tried these and they are very good, Lloyd Grossman ones do not really compare favourably. ;-)
#14
curry sauce in a jar = very wrong imo

a deal if taste and flavour arent important to you
#15
I must admit I am a curry coniseur....and prefer the real thing (in a reastaurant), but the sauces are much better these days than they used to be (Sharwoods, etc...YUK).

If you are really hard core (like me), you could always by a Tandoori Overn for your kitchen, and replicate those lovely Naan Breads, Tikka and Tandoori dishes at your local Indian. No matter what you do - you wont replicate in your normal oven.

I bought a full size Tandoor from 'The Clay Oven Company', and can't recommend highly enough!

Only down side is it is almost impossible to find an Indian Cookery book which explains cooking guidelines using the Tandoor. They all assume you haven't got one! WRONG ASSUMPTION!!!!!!! GRRRRRR

Anyway - off to India a week Thursday - so hopefully will pick up a book there (hopefully in English!).
#16
being asian and from bradford, i'd go for the karahi guys. much better.
if you like your food hot then add green chillies towards the end. I usually add a little more salt too.
easy peasy, I know plenty of people that have started using pastes and sauces as the taste isnt far off from cooking it from scratch and its so much faster this way.
other than that, go to mumtaz itself, lovely food, not cheap as its a world class restaurant but very tasty.
#17
Or...if you want a curry which is like no other (atleast what I have tasted), and completely world class - try 'Benares' (Atul Kuchar's reastaurant) in Mayfair. Your looking at over £100 for two meals easy, but worth it.

The most intense flavours I have ever tried!
#18
immy69
being asian and from bradford, i'd go for the karahi guys. much better.
if you like your food hot then add green chillies towards the end. I usually add a little more salt too.
easy peasy, I know plenty of people that have started using pastes and sauces as the taste isnt far off from cooking it from scratch and its so much faster this way.
other than that, go to mumtaz itself, lovely food, not cheap as its a world class restaurant but very tasty.


Akbars on Leeds road is great too:p
#19
:( only Prawn curry left in Batley, and king prawns are bloody expensive!

Heat added anyway....
#20
yeh mumtaz is really nice but its still not the best restaurant in bradford

akbars on leeds road make great food

yus
#21
danny-mac
Akbars on Leeds road is great too:p


true but its always rammed!!
few other good places in bradford, its truly the curry capital!!

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