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Was £1.54 Now 2 for £1.50.

Tesco £1.55 each
Sainsbury £1.41 each

Includes:
Patak's Original Jalfrezi Cooking Sauce (500g)
Patak's Original Tikka Masala Sauce (500g)
Patak's Original Balti Cooking Sauce (500g)
Patak's Original Korma Cooking Sauce (500g)
Patak's Original Madras Cooking Sauce (500g)
Patak's Original Pasanda Cooking Sauce (500g)
Patak's Original Dopiaza Cooking Sauce (500g)
Patak's Original Rogan Josh Cooking Sauce (500g)
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#1
Good deal, voted hot.
There are no better sauces than Pataks
#2
Try investing in this - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Curry-Secret-Indian-Restaurant-Meals/dp/0716021919/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1262615238&sr=8-1

Made a few pints of his indian curry gravy before Christmas and used it to make a Korma that you couldn't tell from a Restaurant one.

I like Pataks and it's a good deal, but the sauces are waaaaaaay too sweet for me.
#3
Try ; http://www.thespiceisright.biz/

Used these for ages and they are excellent.
I tend to experiment slightly from the recipe and always turns out great !

But back to the deal, Hot !!

I use these type of jars very occassionly when I can't be bothered making one, but can't fault them apart from being quite sweet, and I need to add to them.
#4
no tandoori paste
1 Like #5
danrus;7421483
Try investing in this - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Curry-Secret-Indian-Restaurant-Meals/dp/0716021919/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1262615238&sr=8-1

Made a few pints of his indian curry gravy before Christmas and used it to make a Korma that you couldn't tell from a Restaurant one.

I like Pataks and it's a good deal, but the sauces are waaaaaaay too sweet for me.


Don't bother spending anything... go to http://www.cr0.co.uk/curry/ and find the same advice, user advice and a LOT more for free!
#6
nihcaj
Don't bother spending anything... go to http://www.cr0.co.uk/curry/ and find the same advice, user advice and a LOT more for free!


Thanks for that, I''ll look forward to reading that site - the book's still good good though. :thumbsup:
#7
danrus;7425135
Thanks for that, I''ll look forward to reading that site - the book's still good good though. :thumbsup:


You will find it referred to a lot on the forum!
#8
Or better still go buy them in farm foods 75p not on offer
regular price

Another fake price scam by the main 4 retailers
#9
Shonk
Or better still go buy them in farm foods 75p not on offer
regular price

Another fake price scam by the main 4 retailers


Thanks for giving us the heads up on the farm foods price which is the same as at Asda for now, but its a good one to remember. It doesn't necessarily mean that the 4 retailers you mentioned are scamming people though. Farm Foods may be selling these at a loss because they are popular, all large retailers have lossmakers to increase foot traffic.
#10
This deal is [COLOR="Red"][COLOR="DarkRed"][COLOR="Red"]"SH1T HOT"[/COLOR][/COLOR][/COLOR]
#11
Mmmmmm Pataks Balti!!!
#12
Dont forget to try http://www.123curry.co.uk/ .

Each pack makes 8, sometimes more currys, and they have a 3 4 2 offer on, so 24 curries for £7.98 !!!

You still need the meat, tom puree garli ginger etc

Checkout with paypal too which is handy.

If anyone wants a refer a friend code its 62601, and you will get a 4th pack for free too !!!
#13
nice find!
#14
robbie1412
Dont forget to try http://www.123curry.co.uk/ .

Each pack makes 8, sometimes more currys, and they have a 3 4 2 offer on, so 24 curries for £7.98 !!!

You still need the meat, tom puree garli ginger etc

Checkout with paypal too which is handy.

If anyone wants a refer a friend code its 62601, and you will get a 4th pack for free too !!!


similar to the one I mentioned earlier, http://www.thespiceisright.biz/ same cooking process only the one I use is cheaper!!

123Curry £7.98 for 24 curries = £0.33 ea.
SpiceIsRight £20.00 for 96 curries = £0.21
:thumbsup:
#15
andynicol;7426020
similar to the one I mentioned earlier, http://www.thespiceisright.biz/ same cooking process only the one I use is cheaper!!

123Curry £7.98 for 24 curries = £0.33 ea.
SpiceIsRight £20.00 for 96 curries = £0.21
:thumbsup:

But the payment page does not show a padlock or indicate in any way that it is secure - so unfortunately won't be getting my business.
#16
these are like 69p each in b&m stores
banned#17
these are about 79p each in farmfoods been that price for months
#18
some of these curry sauces are also available from Heron frozen foods, B&M and Home Bargains at 69p each but only ever have Tikka Massala, Jalfraizy and Korma.
#19
hjd
But the payment page does not show a padlock or indicate in any way that it is secure - so unfortunately won't be getting my business.


so it doesn't, deffo used to.

they also used to accept PayPal.

I'll see if it states secure payment when I run out, currently have about 6 boxes left in the cupboard, if not I'll be giving them a miss, shame if thats the case as there delv was very quick and products excellent value for money.


good spot though, cheers :thumbsup:
#20
Can usually get these for 59 or 69p at home bargains.
#21
As others have said if you have a home bargains or a B&M bargains they are always there and always at 69p my local one has loads of different ones:thumbsup:
#22
Hey people, in home bargains, they do indeed sell for 69p, However, the weight of the jar is 425g, to for an extra 6p, (2 for £1.50 or 75p each) you are also getting 75g more of curry sauce, as the Asda jars are 500g.
#23
Have some heat!
Not just hot, but spicy too! ;)

More about spices here
#24
hotnspicy;7450336
Have some heat!
Not just hot, but spicy too! ;)

More about spices here


That has to be about the most pathetic web site I have seen in a long time.
It is little more than a placeholder site with a total of ONE recipe and a few links! :-(
#25
nihcaj
That has to be about the most pathetic web site I have seen in a long time.
It is little more than a placeholder site with a total of ONE recipe and a few links! :-(


That's right!
May be learning still! :)

I like the idea of 'making curry might a great experience..'

Hope they will wake up and make it bit more pro ;-)
#26
robbie1412;7425765
Dont forget to try http://www.123curry.co.uk/ .

Each pack makes 8, sometimes more currys, and they have a 3 4 2 offer on, so 24 curries for £7.98 !!!

You still need the meat, tom puree garli ginger etc

Checkout with paypal too which is handy.

If anyone wants a refer a friend code its 62601, and you will get a 4th pack for free too !!!


Have to say, on first impressions, I'm impressed. placed an order for 3 different curries (used your referral code) and then placed another order for 3 different curries (again with your code). received 8 curries.

Made the instant korma tonight (exactly as detailed on the pack) and it was pretty good. (put veg oil in pan, put chicken in pan, seal chicken, add powder, add 500 ml water, simmer for 10/15 mins, easy as pie). Wasn't very coconutty though, although I'm not sure if its just our local takeaways/indians that have a coconutty korma (every takeaway/restaraunt seems to have their own variation). I'm pretty sure that adding some cocount cream/milk would make this taste as close to a real takeaway/restaraunt dish as possible.

Looking forward to trying the others.
banned#27
danrus;7421483
Try investing in this - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Curry-Secret-Indian-Restaurant-Meals/dp/0716021919/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1262615238&sr=8-1

Made a few pints of his indian curry gravy before Christmas and used it to make a Korma that you couldn't tell from a Restaurant one.

I like Pataks and it's a good deal, but the sauces are waaaaaaay too sweet for me.

+1

Superb book and the curry stock makes proper authentic curries. Nothing like these ready made jars which are pretty useless at re-creating restaurant quality taste. Works out cheaper too!


nihcaj;7423674
Don't bother spending anything... go to http://www.cr0.co.uk/curry/ and find the same advice, user advice and a LOT more for free!

Thanks. Looks a good site. Bookmarked.

I find this is the best site for buying all the ingredients at a fraction of the cost Asda etc charge.

http://www.theasiancookshop.co.uk/index.asp
#28
csiman;7501987
I find this is the best site for buying all the ingredients at a fraction of the cost Asda etc charge.

http://www.theasiancookshop.co.uk/index.asp


I don't need to go to ANY specialists... ethnic shops aren't even seen as ethnic shops around here..... just about everywhere has a bit of a range!

Odd though, that with so many Asians living here, getting a half-decent curry in Coventry is something I haven't found in 13 years, and I have to trek MILES to Birmingham for that :-(

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