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Patak's Hot Vindaloo Curry Paste (283g) all 2 for 1 £1.59 and they are mix and match
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#1
How can you not vote this hot? I'm a poet and didn't know it!
#2
Thanks ordered and heat added no pun intended lol
#3
You will have a bottom like a Japanese Flag!

http://www.amphi.com/teachers/crobson/japan/images/1D695002D1D84F149E1E3029FC352C3B.gif

Edited By: big b0y on Aug 07, 2010 22:57: .
#4
big b0y
You will have a bottom like a Japanese Flag!

http://www.amphi.com/teachers/crobson/japan/images/1D695002D1D84F149E1E3029FC352C3B.gif

私は、あなたの脂肪コントローラに感謝日本のお尻が好き!:)
#5
How hot is this stuff? The hottest curry ive had before has been a hot Jalfrezi and that was kinda burny for me at both ends.
#6
huggychair

私は、あなたの脂肪コントローラに感謝日本のお尻が好き!:)

Translation: I like buttocks of thanks Japan to your fat controller

....What?!
#7
I've seen worse backward translations, seriously OP.. dont worry about it lol!:D
#8
Funny how the Madras past hasn't been mentioned, and that is by far much better than the vindaloo paste for some reason. Personally I like them as hot as they come, but the Vindaloo paste from Patak's is very... grainy and bitty?

Even after it's been cooked, I can still taste the raw ingrediants which should never be the case. The Madras one doesn't seem to suffer from this problem so I have no idea.

I'll take a look when I'm next instore. Oh and the Tikka Paste isn't that nice either I'm afraid. The small jars from M&S are actually rather nice though, as I've tried them all out last month.

Nice hot deal though, and voted accordingly.
#9
I used to love Pataks range being a curry nut, but it has changed a lot over the years and is now awfull, your far better off sticking with sharwards which imo is almost as good as the good old take away.
That said, if you like this good deal, voted very hot :)
#10
the paste ones are really nice

add it to a bit of yogourt and marinate overnight
always tastes nice on the BBQ
#11
Voted cold. 49p each in Home Bargains for the paste and 69p for the big jars of sauces (pictured)
1 Like #12
Decent if you like the stuff, personally I find Pataks products awful.
But then I am used to making my currys from individual ingredients myself, so none of the jar stuff will ever taste as good.
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#14
jukkie
Decent if you like the stuff, personally I find Pataks products awful.
But then I am used to making my currys from individual ingredients myself, so none of the jar stuff will ever taste as good.


Quoted for truth.

I'm exactly the same. Unless I'm having a VERY lazy day, only then will I go down this road. Personally, making one from scratch is much more gratifying and better tasting in the long run.

I'm very fussy with my food... I always have been. As such, it's had a knock on effect with things I purchase. Most of the time, I'm choosing individual ingrediants rather than 'ready made'. It can prove a little more expensive (which is another reason I don't always do it) - but I know exactly what is going into each dish, so there's never any nasty surprises.
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SamuraiHQ
jukkie
Decent if you like the stuff, personally I find Pataks products awful.
But then I am used to making my currys from individual ingredients myself, so none of the jar stuff will ever taste as good.


Quoted for truth.

I'm exactly the same. Unless I'm having a VERY lazy day, only then will I go down this road. Personally, making one from scratch is much more gratifying and better tasting in the long run.

I'm very fussy with my food... I always have been. As such, it's had a knock on effect with things I purchase. Most of the time, I'm choosing individual ingrediants rather than 'ready made'. It can prove a little more expensive (which is another reason I don't always do it) - but I know exactly what is going into each dish, so there's never any nasty surprises.


+1
I use these (the sauces not the pastes) when I need to rattle something up quickly. I still add a chopped onion, lazy garlic and lazy chillies.
People who don't cook their own food a few times a week from scratch are missing out.
There's nothing sadder than seeing someone with a sub-£1 frozen lasagne in their basket - yum! Convenience is one thing but not at the expense of taste.

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