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Sainsburys Indian Meals for 2 reduced from £6.99 to £5.00 (1.7Kg)

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Sainsburys have reduced their Meal for Two boxsets to £5.00 from £6.99. In my opinion these taste better then either Asda or Tesco versions but are also better value as they weigh 1.7Kg whereas Asda is 1.4Kg and Tesco 1.5Kg.

Three different Flavours

Chicken Tikka Meal
Chicken Makhani and Jalfrezi
Chicken Tikka and Madras

Offer runs till 3rd May....fill your boots.

The boxed meals are


Chicken Korma & Chicken Tikka Masala

1 Chicken korma. 
1 Chicken tikka masala. 
1 Three colour pilau rice. 
4 Vegetable samosas. 
2 Plain naan. 



Chicken Tikka Massala & Chicken Madras

1 Chicken tikka masala
1 Chicken madras
1 Three colour pilau rice
6 Onion bhajia
2 Plain Naan


Chicken Makhani & Chicken Jalfrezi

1 Chicken makhani. 
1 Chicken jalfrezi. 
1 Three colour pilau rice. 
6 Onion bhajia. 
2 Plain naan. 

- jazferbetay

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    1982john
    Ace, an extra 200 grams of packaging!

    seriously though they are nice, Jalfrezi for me plz
    sajnan
    they are nice
    cokeman123
    I've tried most of the supermarket curries.... I find sainsburys the best.
    bonzobanana
    Another vote for sainsbury's, the poor man's marks and spencers. Just included a pack of the tikka/madras in a home delivery.
    philmitchell
    The ones at netto are about £3 and they are about the best I have had.
    blizeH
    shame there's no veggie option
    softpurple
    I make my own :)
    makkax1
    I don't like these Sainsburys curries, the mild creamy ones are alright but everything else just tastes like slightly spicy Ragu.
    loulou11
    They are the nicest supermarket curries however if i am going to buy them I get them from the deli counter and freeze.

    If you have to buy more than 2 curries its actually worth going for 4 because you can then purchase the complete tub and it splits into 6 - 8 portions easily despite Sainsburys saying each tub is only 4 portions.

    Quick easy meal for the teenagers that never want to eat what your eating or at the same time as you.
    pamanham
    Shame it's for two and not for one!!! :(
    gadgetsgalore2011
    Is it just 2 curry and 2 rice in the box? Anyone know what sainsburys curries off the deli counter are like? Tried the Asda inestimable but they aren't the best.
    do_you_over
    softpurple
    I make my own :)


    Can i have a chicken jalfrezi, pilau rice, a cheese naan and some poppadums then please ;)
    loulou11
    gadgetsgalore2011
    Is it just 2 curry and 2 rice in the box? Anyone know what sainsburys curries off the deli counter are like? Tried the Asda inestimable but they aren't the best.


    Very nice and although i dont eat a great deal of meat my hubby reckons the meat and chicken in them is good quality too.

    You can get the rice of the deli but realistically its cheaper to buy seperately and cook yourself.
    jazferbetay
    Fresh off asda deli is ok but the packed ones can be iffy from asda.

    Deli ones a sainburys are lovely, preferred them over asda

    Tesco i have never tried

    i normally got for either korma, chicken makahani, tikka masala, butter chicken, pasandra
    djc2007
    love these!
    dean_brfc
    No vegetarian option in there? Very unlike Sainsbury's - would have killed them to through a vegetable curry in there somewhere?
    chefSunbleach
    Fair enough but it really is easy to make a quality curry from scratch - most are just one pot - fry some onion garlic and chilli, chuck in some spices and then some form of liquid like chopped tomatoes or coconut milk/cream - always taste better than the supermarket ones and if you buy the spices and garlic/chilli/ginger from an asian store you can get the whole lot much cheaper as well(in my experience as a student living in an asian area).
    Silverbullet767
    dean_brfc
    No vegetarian option in there? Very unlike Sainsbury's - would have killed them to through a vegetable curry in there somewhere?


    To quote Fankie Boyle 'There is a vegetarian option, you can f**k off!'

    (_;)

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