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Pataks Paste and Sauces Buy one get one free £1.49

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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
As the title Pataks curry paste and sauces are buy one get one free. Ideal to go with the chicken and naan bread which is also on offer at the moment.
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#1
Love to know why it's voted cold as it's usually £1.40+ per jar and there's no other deals on at the moment afaik.
[helper]#2
This is not cold! I use Pataks Korma paste regularly. Will stock up. Thanks.
#3
Thank you Tandorri is great
#4
Hot (curry) hot (curry) hot (curry)
#5
Great find. Voted Hot!
#6
Nice one! :thumbsup:

Hot as a Madras!!
#7
LJM
This is not cold! I use Pataks Korma paste regularly. Will stock up. Thanks.


Probably why it's not voted hot, then. :whistling: The Madras, on the other hand...
#8
i bought this stuff the opther week from tescos in a similar deal. Just add a few cans of tinned tomatoes and you'l be left with a nice tasting curry
#9
some of these sauces were either 49p or 59p (cant remember) in home bargains last week!
#10
heres a cheats tip for you......

Chuck any meat (although chicken would be my preference) onto any of these pastes and chuck on the BBQ......works best with tandoori or madras.......squuze a bit of lemon on and serve....

Tastes fantastic :-D
#11
Probably not these in Home Bargains - these are pastes, not cook in sauces. You have to add your own ingredients like tinned tomatoes etc to make a curry with these - I can recommend them highly.
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Bit of a tip for you, marinade your meat (be it chicken, beef or lamb) in some lime juice, crushed garlic and ginger, chopped chillis and the curry paste.. now, not later! You can add whatever takes your fancy to the marinade, by the way.

After you've fried all of your onions, (more!) garlic, peppers, etc., add your curry paste marinated meat and sauté it for a while, until browned.

Crucially, before you add anything else (passata/chopped tomatoes, if it's a madras, cream/coconut milk if it's a korma), add a nice couple spoonfuls of yogurt. I prefer the thick greek yogurt, but most indian chefs would use the more runny 'natural yogurt', as it works to break down the meat enzymes much quicker resulting in a tender bite. But trust me, if you've got a decent cut of meat and not overcooking, it should remain tender eitherway.

After you've added your yogurt, you'll notice how much richer, smoother, creamier, tastier, and overall better the dish becomes! You can add your tomatoes or cream, whatever your dish requires, now, and let it simmer. Finish with some chopped coriander.. mmm.

(Alright, admittedly went on a bit of a tangent just there.. my main two points were to marinade your meat in the paste as opposed to frying the paste seperately and then adding the meat, and to use some lovely, thick greek yogurt!)
#13
Bargain!

This makes 2 batches of curry for two of us! mmmm bargain!
#15
Gash
Bit of a tip for you, marinade your meat (be it chicken, beef or lamb) in some lime juice, crushed garlic and ginger, chopped chillis and the curry paste.. now, not later! You can add whatever takes your fancy to the marinade, by the way.

After you've fried all of your onions, (more!) garlic, peppers, etc., add your curry paste marinated meat and sauté it for a while, until browned.

Crucially, before you add anything else (passata/chopped tomatoes, if it's a madras, cream/coconut milk if it's a korma), add a nice couple spoonfuls of yogurt. I prefer the thick greek yogurt, but most indian chefs would use the more runny 'natural yogurt', as it works to break down the meat enzymes much quicker resulting in a tender bite. But trust me, if you've got a decent cut of meat and not overcooking, it should remain tender eitherway.

After you've added your yogurt, you'll notice how much richer, smoother, creamier, tastier, and overall better the dish becomes! You can add your tomatoes or cream, whatever your dish requires, now, and let it simmer. Finish with some chopped coriander.. mmm.

(Alright, admittedly went on a bit of a tangent just there.. my main two points were to marinade your meat in the paste as opposed to frying the paste seperately and then adding the meat, and to use some lovely, thick greek yogurt!)



now you're just making my mouth water.. and i want some curry!!
#16
They're 59p a jar in Heron... not sure if it's just a Northern store though?

This is still a good deal.
#17
scrooge82
some of these sauces were either 49p or 59p (cant remember) in home bargains last week!


Yes that right, ive been buying them from here, the last couple of weeks.:thumbsup:
#18
Cold because these on their own are around 35p at HomeBargains.


Sainsburys is middle class twaddle!
#19
I'm not sure why everyone thinks these are 50p and less. They're not the sauces that come in the very similar looking tin cans, they're the more expensive pastes, and I've never seen them prices around 50p or less.. ever!
#20
Hot deal :thumbsup:
#21
geetas make the best curry sauce and paste, no artificial colour presertives etc [url]www.geetasfoods.com[/url]
#22
GeoffAngela
Probably not these in Home Bargains - these are pastes, not cook in sauces. You have to add your own ingredients like tinned tomatoes etc to make a curry with these - I can recommend them highly.


Yes with the paste you actually only have to use third of jar for a curry for 3 people so in effect you get 3 curries out of the one jar. They are really nice too....I add chicken to mine, tinned tomatoes and onions. Also really nice if you marinade the meat in paste night before and leave in fridge.
Highly recommend:thumbsup:
#23
Victoria Plumb
Yes with the paste you actually only have to use third of jar for a curry for 3 people so in effect you get 3 curries out of the one jar. They are really nice too....I add chicken to mine, tinned tomatoes and onions. Also really nice if you marinade the meat in paste night before and leave in fridge.
Highly recommend:thumbsup:


Another good tip is to grate an onion into the curry after you've chucked everything in, this gives it a thicker consistency( unless you cry into your curry whilst grating the onion!!)

And get yourself a few bottles of Cobra!
#24
another tip that tips the results of using this paste over buying a takeaway is to add some of the squirty Gourmet Garden Coriander about 10 minutes before the end - of course you could add some woody fresh coriander.
p.s. another daft tip - my two boys didn't like baked beans until I started to add squirty Gorumet Garden Basil - don't know why it worked where fresh or dried failed, but it is rather nice!
[helper]#25
I dont think you could ever get these PASTES in home bargains!
#26
Cold 59p home bargains korma,rogan josh,jalfrezi,tikka massala & aldi are doing the pickles aubergine, lime

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