Mayflower Curry Sauce Powder Medium or Extra Hot - £1 @ Farmfoods
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Mayflower Curry Sauce Powder Medium or Extra Hot - £1 @ Farmfoods

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Found 18th Mar 2013
Mayflower brand Chinese style medium strength curry sauce mix.
9 portion pack. 255g.

£1 @ farfoods

Mayflower brand Chinese style medium strength curry sauce mix. Just mix this curry powder with cold water, bring to the boil, stirring constantly. Simmer for 2 minutes, and it's ready to serve. 9 portion pack. 255g. Product of the UK.

Meduim or Extra Hot

They also do a hot

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "jazferbetay" 18th Mar 2013

Against all odds and every one of your better senses, this is actually brilliant - just like a curry from the Chinese takeaway. I wouldn't have believed it myself till someone forced me to try it.

Original Poster

Perfect for chips, not sure if i would have it in a curry but i prefer a tikka or a home made curry

Original Poster

i bought it on a ohh looks like what u said looked like the ones from the chinese take away lets try it

I buy Mayflower chips with curry sauce on for when I'm feeling lazy. It's good curry sauce.Fulton Foods and Heron also sell quite a few other Mayflower products.



I also buy this brand too, mainly the original flavour, it lasts ages and usually pay around £1.25 in the Chinese mini mart shops.

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This is even better than your Chinese curry sauce, a bargain!!

Mum2ConnornCerys

I buy Mayflower chips with curry sauce on for when I'm feeling lazy. It's … I buy Mayflower chips with curry sauce on for when I'm feeling lazy. It's good curry sauce.Fulton Foods and Heron also sell quite a few other Mayflower products. I also buy this brand too, mainly the original flavour, it lasts ages and usually pay around £1.25 in the Chinese mini mart shops.



sorry to say but maysan brand tastes nothing like curry
Edited by: "copystuff" 19th Mar 2013

Mayflower curry sauce is what chip shop uses we mix half medium and half hot mayflower lovely. we also buy the chip shop sultana curry sauce and make it at home
Edited by: "copystuff" 19th Mar 2013

This is not strictly a deal, since farmfoods have been selling it at £1 for at least 10 - 15 years. If you want an alternative that is even more 'genuine' (even closer to takeaway style), then look out for Yeung's Chinese Curry Sauce Mix. Tesco and Morrisons sell it for approx. £1.49 (haven't ever seen it in Asda/Sainsburys). Also sold in loads of local corner shops, but usually a little more expensive. As with this one, mix with cold water, stir until thickened, add a chopped onion and some chicken, and you have your own homemade Chinese curry
Edited by: "lowrieh1" 19th Mar 2013

MayKWay is another alternative that tastes just like the real thing bust slightly more expensive. I only ever seem to see it in Morrisons.

Agreed this is cheaper deal but its been this price since "forever" But you can make a very decent curry out of it

Contains monosodium glutamate and unknown vegetable oil.

i have used this for ages and recommended it to loads of people. It makes a perfect Chinese curry, better than most restaurants or takeaways I have tried. I add a spoonful of hot curry powder into the medium one for an extra kick, found the hot one itself to be just to hot for the rest of the family. Use the whole packet with a pack of chicken fillets cut up and two or three onions. Eat what you need and the rest freezes perfectly. Very easy tasty meal made.

I seen this product in home bargains two weeks ago for 49p but not sure if it was on a special offer. Great sauce been using this for my chicken curry for last year.

I also agree we have stopped having Chinese or other takeaways since I have been following slimming world and we discovered this instead, we have this on a Saturday night and it does indeed taste like a proper curry from the Chinese. Since we stopped takeaways we have saved money too.They sell them in b &m and home bargins too

Original Poster

farmfoods is nearer to me than home bargain. only tried it last night with chips and its fine.

Herons and B & M is close to me but why do I always forget to pick teh stuff up when I have it on my shopping list

baroni1971

I seen this product in home bargains two weeks ago for 49p but not sure … I seen this product in home bargains two weeks ago for 49p but not sure if it was on a special offer. Great sauce been using this for my chicken curry for last year.



which one are you talking about?
Edited by: "copystuff" 19th Mar 2013

where is the deal? yes its good but is always £1 in farmfoods but can get cheaper in home bargains ect?

This is good stuff, I use to love Mayflowers frozen sweet n sour sauce also... But If you like it mild check your local Home Bargains for Middleton Foods Chinese Curry Sauce Mix (48g) 29p. They have had it at my local for a few weeks now and that Curry is equally as good, just add chicken chunky onions and chicken stock mmm... I had some last night

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Is mayflower gluten free

Can you help me with a problem please. I love the mayflower Curry sauce mix from farmfoods .I see a 85 grm serving would do 2-3 people. Where am getting confused is the kcal value! It states the "Nutritional Values per 100g of finished sauce" is 77kcal. Does this mean after mixing with the water 12 fl oz which is aprox (340gm in weight) that the sauce mix and water now weighs 425 gm aprox so the total Kcal for the whole mixture would be 327Kcal?
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