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ASDA Meal for 2 - INDIAN or CHINESE just £3!
ASDA Meal for 2 - INDIAN or CHINESE just £3!

ASDA Meal for 2 - INDIAN or CHINESE just £3!

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Pre-packaged chilled meals for £3 - good variety to choose from

Example:
1 x chicken rogan josh & pilau rice
1 x chicken bhuna & pilau rice
2 x mini naan breads

Other dishes included chicken korma, chicken tikka massala, Sweet & sour chicken, chinese chicken curry, OK chicken.

Had mine last night, it had loads of chicken and was very tasty - well worth £3!
Not sure if available online.

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Original Poster

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We usually get the Sweet and Sour / Chinese Curry combo - delicious!

Chinky & indian nosh for £3...................HOT

That's mine and the missus tea for tonight :-)

Good price for what it is so voted hot but these meals taste like tosh compared to even a poor chinese/indian take away never mind a decent one.

imnufc2k;4405108

Good price for what it is so voted hot but these meals taste like tosh … Good price for what it is so voted hot but these meals taste like tosh compared to even a poor chinese/indian take away never mind a decent one.



TOTALLY AGREE - THE KORMA IS VILE!

**witty pun relating to 'OK chicken'**

Might be hot for some people but seems like an over priced ready meal to me.

Sorry.

These seem good value; not sure how it can possibly be classed as over priced although I don't like Asda Indian curries but to each their own.
£1.50 for each person. Even naan breads are probably £1 for two.

I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal welfare charts when it comes to ethical supermarket comparisons, which is why they can offer these deals. I don't wish to preach, and I know some people couldn't care less whether an animal suffered before landing on their plate, but it may be "food for thought" for some.

Personally, I prefer to pay a little bit extra for chicken that has had a reasonable life and save money on something else. Incidentally, my parents brought back a ready cooked Asda chicken a few months ago & as we opened the bag, we had a waft of faeces in our faces - I could only eat a few mouthfuls without feeling sick - never again.

One thing to be aware of with the Chinese meal is that you can microwave it all apart from the spring rolls. It didn't seem worth putting on the oven so ours just went in the bin!

good for you

Personally good deal voted hot , if i was a carrot munching animal welfare person id have to chase my own chicken around the yard for 20 minutes scaring it half to death before clumsily breaking its neck , plucking it and then disembowling cleaning and cooking it. I used to work in a pig abbattoir Tesco and sainsburies used to take the lowest quality meat grades while Asda and believe it or not Netto used to take the higher.

Tigerbright;4405443

I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal … I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal welfare charts when it comes to ethical supermarket comparisons, which is why they can offer these deals. I don't wish to preach, and I know some people couldn't care less whether an animal suffered before landing on their plate, but it may be "food for thought" for some.Personally, I prefer to pay a little bit extra for chicken that has had a reasonable life and save money on something else. Incidentally, my parents brought back a ready cooked Asda chicken a few months ago & as we opened the bag, we had a waft of faeces in our faces - I could only eat a few mouthfuls without feeling sick - never again.




Totally agree with you on that - I couldn't care less. :-D

Tigerbright;4405443

I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal … I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal welfare charts when it comes to ethical supermarket comparisons, which is why they can offer these deals. I don't wish to preach, and I know some people couldn't care less whether an animal suffered before landing on their plate, but it may be "food for thought" for some.Personally, I prefer to pay a little bit extra for chicken that has had a reasonable life and save money on something else. Incidentally, my parents brought back a ready cooked Asda chicken a few months ago & as we opened the bag, we had a waft of faeces in our faces - I could only eat a few mouthfuls without feeling sick - never again.



youve been watching too much hugh fearnley

never any at my local asda always 6.48

I think we are slightly getting off topic here.
Basically if you buy these meals then it is a good price, if you don't then the price (& the thread) is irrelevant and no comment is really necessary. I know shock tactics and mentioning faeces is all well and good but probably not really suited to HotUKDeals, and really not what people want to hear.

:)I went to Asda today and the Chinese meal for 2, chicken curry, kung Po chicken, 2 rice and 2 spring rolls is £1.50 (not reduced due to sell by dates either) Bought 2 bags as i freeze them.

Tigerbright;4405443

I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal … I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal welfare charts when it comes to ethical supermarket comparisons, which is why they can offer these deals. I don't wish to preach, and I know some people couldn't care less whether an animal suffered before landing on their plate, but it may be "food for thought" for some.Personally, I prefer to pay a little bit extra for chicken that has had a reasonable life and save money on something else. Incidentally, my parents brought back a ready cooked Asda chicken a few months ago & as we opened the bag, we had a waft of faeces in our faces - I could only eat a few mouthfuls without feeling sick - never again.



ZZZZZZZZZ boring, vote on price & is it a DEAL hence 'HOTUKDEALS'. I personally don't care about your welfare ethics :thumbsup:

For the evening - Asda Indian meal for two - £3.00
For the morning after - Asda toilet rolls for two £3.00

Original Poster

rachelbuck;4406015

:)I went to Asda today and the Chinese meal for 2, chicken curry, kung Po … :)I went to Asda today and the Chinese meal for 2, chicken curry, kung Po chicken, 2 rice and 2 spring rolls is £1.50 (not reduced due to sell by dates either) Bought 2 bags as i freeze them.



Great - even better!

rachelbuck;4406015

:)I went to Asda today and the Chinese meal for 2, chicken curry, kung Po … :)I went to Asda today and the Chinese meal for 2, chicken curry, kung Po chicken, 2 rice and 2 spring rolls is £1.50 (not reduced due to sell by dates either) Bought 2 bags as i freeze them.



I usually put shopping in mine

I had the kung po meal thing for £3 and it was an absolute waste of even £3 it all went in the bin , not fit for human consumption.
Im not really fussed over lower quality usually:-D but man a pot noodle on top of a bag of chips would have been far superior and is actually quite nice:-D.

dontasciime;4405935

never any at my local asda always 6.48




I stand corrected i managed to buy 2 of them for £3 each tonight

The Rice is disgusting. Tastes like ****!

he6rt6gr6m;4408792

The Rice is disgusting. Tastes like ****!




never eaten stars so would not know

These would easy win a hide the chicken contest( not much in them )
and if the chinese is like the last one i had from asda ,how small are those spring rolls? :-D

Oh and the chicken lovers come out once again *sigh* Why do people insist on complaining about chicken welfare, who really cares? If YOU don't like it, don't buy it, simple innit?!

Well, personally, I think the chicken madras is bloomin lovely and Asda also sell these individually for £2 - the big ones too, can't remember the weight sorry, but you get rice with it. They are doing all their currys for £2 at the minute, tried the bhuna but didn't like it as much as the madras. I spotted a lamb rogan josh too buy wasn't sure, anyone else tried it?

I agree, the chicken madras is lush, I will be going to the local Asda tomorrow to see if they have the offer.

Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse me, I've been drinking.

As I said, don't mean to offend or preach. I know those on a budget probably would prefer to ignore such things as it would put them off their meals to hear about it. Fair enough, point taken.

Ethics aside though, I wouldn't shop in ASDA, unless I was very desperate i.e unemployed and/or on welfare. The quality is (taste wise & ingredient wise) is apalling & basically, to quote an old clichee, "you are what you eat" and I for one, would rather stay healthy. I'll shut up now, for fear of making myself even more popular on this thread. lol

Tigerbright;4410598

Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse … Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse me, I've been drinking.As I said, don't mean to offend or preach. I know those on a budget probably would prefer to ignore such things as it would put them off their meals to hear about it. Fair enough, point taken.Ethics aside though, I wouldn't shop in ASDA, unless I was very desperate i.e unemployed and/or on welfare. The quality is (taste wise & ingredient wise) is apalling & basically, to quote an old clichee, "you are what you eat" and I for one, would rather stay healthy. I'll shut up now, for fear of making myself even more popular on this thread. lol


I ain't on a budget, and I buy these. Think they are very tasty indeed! Voted hot. As for chicken welfare, I couldn't care less. Chicken welfare ain't high on my list of priorities, It was more than likely only bred to end up in a Korma. If you want to buy chickens that spent 6 nights in a hilton hotel prior to ending up in a oven then fair enough.

Tigerbright;4410598

Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse … Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse me, I've been drinking.As I said, don't mean to offend or preach. I know those on a budget probably would prefer to ignore such things as it would put them off their meals to hear about it. Fair enough, point taken.Ethics aside though, I wouldn't shop in ASDA, unless I was very desperate i.e unemployed and/or on welfare. The quality is (taste wise & ingredient wise) is apalling & basically, to quote an old clichee, "you are what you eat" and I for one, would rather stay healthy. I'll shut up now, for fear of making myself even more popular on this thread. lol



I'm not a budget, I am the picture of health AND I shop in Asda - not exclusively. I do shop elsewhere, even Netto at times, their sirloin steak is the best I've ever tried, you should try it, you may be surprised. :thumbsup:

Tigerbright;4410598

Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse … Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse me, I've been drinking.As I said, don't mean to offend or preach. I know those on a budget probably would prefer to ignore such things as it would put them off their meals to hear about it. Fair enough, point taken.Ethics aside though, I wouldn't shop in ASDA, unless I was very desperate i.e unemployed and/or on welfare. The quality is (taste wise & ingredient wise) is apalling & basically, to quote an old clichee, "you are what you eat" and I for one, would rather stay healthy. I'll shut up now, for fear of making myself even more popular on this thread. lol



You are clever lol, you dig yourself out of a big hole then you go and make it bigger. PO Gandhi

Chicken welfare, practically everything you buy probably has egg in it.

Whats next don't eat frosties Co's of tiger cruelty

[email protected];4405938

I think we are slightly getting off topic here.Basically if you buy these … I think we are slightly getting off topic here.Basically if you buy these meals then it is a good price, if you don't then the price (& the thread) is irrelevant and no comment is really necessary. I know shock tactics and mentioning faeces is all well and good but probably not really suited to HotUKDeals, and really not what people want to hear.



AGREE TOTALLY!

Voted HOT.... thoug they very rarely are... a drop or two of Blairs Megadeath sauce will spice up any curry!! :thumbsup:

+Heat

Tigerbright;4405443

I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal … I would just like to add that Asda are also bottom of all the animal welfare charts when it comes to ethical supermarket comparisons, which is why they can offer these deals. I don't wish to preach, and I know some people couldn't care less whether an animal suffered before landing on their plate, but it may be "food for thought" for some.Personally, I prefer to pay a little bit extra for chicken that has had a reasonable life and save money on something else. Incidentally, my parents brought back a ready cooked Asda chicken a few months ago & as we opened the bag, we had a waft of faeces in our faces - I could only eat a few mouthfuls without feeling sick - never again.



The only way you would get meat like this (And knowing what kind of life it has had) is by sourcing it yourself - simple as! Sorry but unless you pay me an extra sum on my wage to cover the extra cost then does it really matter what 2 different dead chickens went through before being plucked? Not really no...

Robbieeee2k;4406203

For the evening - Asda Indian meal for two - £3.00For the morning after - … For the evening - Asda Indian meal for two - £3.00For the morning after - Asda toilet rolls for two £3.00



:w00t: True! We're not exactly promoting healthy eating here and these bad boys will go right through you as if it were laxative itself... :-D

Tigerbright;4410598

Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse … Ooops looked liked my comments may have "ruffled a few feathers" - excuse me, I've been drinking.As I said, don't mean to offend or preach. I know those on a budget probably would prefer to ignore such things as it would put them off their meals to hear about it. Fair enough, point taken.Ethics aside though, I wouldn't shop in ASDA, unless I was very desperate i.e unemployed and/or on welfare. The quality is (taste wise & ingredient wise) is apalling & basically, to quote an old clichee, "you are what you eat" and I for one, would rather stay healthy. I'll shut up now, for fear of making myself even more popular on this thread. lol



You don't get out much do you... :whistling:
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