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ASDA Indian Chicken Madras & Chicken Tikka Masala Meal for 2 1320g - £4.75
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ASDA Indian Chicken Madras & Chicken Tikka Masala Meal for 2 1320g - £4.75

£4.75£732%Asda Deals
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Posted 5th Jul

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Onion Bhajis: Spiced onion blended with a pinch of coriander Main Course Chicken Madras: Prepared with our onion and tomato sauce finished with coconut, curry leaves and fennel Chicken Tikka Masala: Prepared in our creamy sauce finished with ground fenugreek and a secret blend of tandoori spices Pilau Rice: Basmati rice with an aromatic twist Side Naan Breads: Deliciously soft and baked in a clay-lined oven
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You only get one rice? Hope it's a big portion if it's shared between two, didn't it use to be two portions of rice, as you can tell been a while since I last got one from a supermarket..
That's lots of food for that money. Unfortunately, these never taste nearly as good as the authentic dish. If you enjoy this, then you will be ecstatic to eat the real thing. Anyway, good deal for that money.
Got one for £1.08. Double yellow stickers Thurs night. Finished it tonight. Froze the rest of the rice, a naan and the other curry on Thursday; then defrosted them before cooking tonight.

A bargain couple of dinners which tasted okay.
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Worth this price IMO but would never pay full price... Heat Added
Totally inedible in my opinion and nothing like a real curry. Didnt vote either way though as its a good price if you actually eat this kind of thing.
salman_persian05/07/2019 23:08

That's lots of food for that money. Unfortunately, these never taste …That's lots of food for that money. Unfortunately, these never taste nearly as good as the authentic dish. If you enjoy this, then you will be ecstatic to eat the real thing. Anyway, good deal for that money.


Authentic dish!
Most Indian restaurants will only spice up the curry gravy they make up in batch and splash a bit of lemon on it etc so I bet this Asda version will taste better! Lol
Is this not the normal price? They are on offer so often in all supermarkets, like Pringles when they get “reduced” to a £1 a pipe...
Good price, heat. Little use in stating the obvious that cooking your own will taste better, for convenience and portion size this is great value.
Thanks for posting @Twilight24 I have added this to today's Highlights section
Does this actually taste nice
just had this for my tea , very nice cheers
Korma and masala is in the deal if you prefer!
Where's the lamb?
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Wot no bum bay potatas?
These meals are actually very tasty. If you find it a bit mild, I suggest frying cumin seeds and some green chilli. then adding the curry to it.
Look at the macros in that. Bring on the obesity!!!
Reading this mi think I'll pass. 38011432-A0HGu.jpg
malnuman05/07/2019 23:07

You only get one rice? Hope it's a big portion if it's shared between …You only get one rice? Hope it's a big portion if it's shared between two, didn't it use to be two portions of rice, as you can tell been a while since I last got one from a supermarket..


Personally I'm happy with 1 rice between 2 people as then less sauce is soaked up by the rice so more sauce to dip the naan bread in to
salman_persian05/07/2019 23:08

That's lots of food for that money. Unfortunately, these never taste …That's lots of food for that money. Unfortunately, these never taste nearly as good as the authentic dish. If you enjoy this, then you will be ecstatic to eat the real thing. Anyway, good deal for that money.


Agreed. You get what you pay for. Can never beat an authentic Indian. But 2 authentic Indian meals with rice, naan etc is pushing the £20 mark
Dillz_06/07/2019 22:54

Does this actually taste nice


Got it the last time to try. It was better than I was expecting. Worth a go in my opinion.
Origin
Produced in the U.K., chicken from Thailand, packed in the U.K.

Yum yum
andybites07/07/2019 10:57

Origin Produced in the U.K., chicken from Thailand, packed in the U.K.Yum …Origin Produced in the U.K., chicken from Thailand, packed in the U.K.Yum yum


"Chicken" in Thai translates to "bleached feline thighs" so I was told by an elderly gentleman in my Turkish barbers.
Is this national?

***It is national***
Edited by: "eliHd452" 7th Jul
Morrisons has for me been the best 'supermarket' curry. Of course not better than making it.
Dillz_06/07/2019 22:54

Does this actually taste nice


Last time I had it from Asda, the sauces were very weak and watery. Seems to suffer the same weird textured chicken that all these cheap supermarket curries have. I rather they go back to soya + chicken blends than use the low quality meat they use.
malnuman05/07/2019 23:07

You only get one rice? Hope it's a big portion if it's shared between …You only get one rice? Hope it's a big portion if it's shared between two, didn't it use to be two portions of rice, as you can tell been a while since I last got one from a supermarket..



all the supermarket meal for two are huge amount of food(asda, tesco, sainsbury, morissons), I wont be too bothered about rice potions, unless you only want to eat rice and nothing else.
napster2407/07/2019 08:15

Reading this mi think I'll pass. [Image]



its a multi million pound super market, if you think something dodgy in their food, you should never eat a high street Indian or Chinese takeaway.
its a good deal but I bought it a few many times at this price... wish it was a Morisson deal.
Edited by: "bluewhale2015" 7th Jul
You can make your own for a similar price to this that would be far superior to this or a bog standard curry house.
eliHd45207/07/2019 14:42

Is this national?***It is national***


Obesity and cholesterol is a national issue yes.
Phlop008/07/2019 09:26

Obesity and cholesterol is a national issue yes.


Well I am from spain so obesity is not national issue over there. So I don't know what you are talking about.
eliHd45208/07/2019 10:27

Well I am from spain so obesity is not national issue over there. So I …Well I am from spain so obesity is not national issue over there. So I don't know what you are talking about.


Bonjour from us here
Obesity is a national problem in the UK.
Who do you blame if you are obese? Do you blame the government and food manufacturers or do you blame yourself? I always blame the government or somebody else when am wrong. Its easier and you feel good about yourself after it.
Edited by: "eliHd452" 8th Jul
eliHd45208/07/2019 17:32

Who do you blame if you are obese? Do you blame the government and food …Who do you blame if you are obese? Do you blame the government and food manufacturers or do you blame yourself? I always blame the government or somebody else when am wrong. Its easier and you feel good about yourself after it.


No it's the individual's fault. People can try to blame the government or food industry but that's because they lack personal responsibility.
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