Morrisons Take Away Indian Curry Dishes £1.75, Rice (55p) & Side Dishes Half Price (from 37p)
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Morrisons Take Away Indian Curry Dishes £1.75, Rice (55p) & Side Dishes Half Price (from 37p)

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Found 18th Feb 2013
seems a good deal for curry lovers who cant be ars*d to make their own lol

Includes Tikka Masala/Jalfrezi/Korma/Saag Masala/Tandoori Sizzler/Dopiaza

Take Away Pilau Rice 300g 55p

Mini Samosa Onion Bhaji Pack Or Sweet Potato Samosa 60p

Garlic & Coriander Naan 50p, Plain Naan 37p

ends march 10th

58 Comments

Love what I make myself, but Morrisons stuff is really quite good!

heat

Didn't rate the Morrisons take-away stuff at all the last time I tried it.

horse tikka masala - can't beat it.

Hot thanks. Ready made curry is nasty but morrisons is really tasty!

enjoy blowing up ur toilet after lol

markdavey1972

Didn't rate the Morrisons take-away stuff at all the last time I tried it.



their thai stuff is pretty good
Edited by: "beastman" 18th Feb 2013

Heat added. How long does this deal last?

XDaveyboyX

horse tikka masala - can't beat it.



If you can't tell the difference between chicken and horse just by looking at them then there's something seriously wrong with you.

parpirate

If you can't tell the difference between chicken and horse just by … If you can't tell the difference between chicken and horse just by looking at them then there's something seriously wrong with you.



A horse is a bit bigger?

Heat OP

I thought Morrisons were better than others at avoiding horsemeat in their own brand products, because they took more control of their supply chain.

hot to trot

I'm not a fan of supermarket curries but Morrison ones are by far the best.
I wish they could just sell jars of tikka masala sauce that tastes like a takeaway. Doesn't seem too unreasonable does it?!

I cannot imagine Morrisons dont have the same suppliers as all other supermarkets. At the end if the it all comes down to price.

Never had Morrisons own curries but can vouch for their ready meals range.

Never tried a Morrison's takeaway but it surely can't be any worse than the Asda ones - which was probably one of the worst things i've ever tasted...

Edited by: "fuzzface" 18th Feb 2013

EdCov

I thought Morrisons were better than others at avoiding horsemeat in … I thought Morrisons were better than others at avoiding horsemeat in their own brand products, because they took more control of their supply chain.



Given that horse meat has turned up in Waitrose's food, I'm pretty sure that it's likely to have made its way into lower end supermarkets. Unless you're raising all the animals yourself, you're trusting someone else, and there's just no way you're going to get 8 burgers for a quid (or whatever) without some cartel or criminal somewhere along the time turning sawdust (or horse) into beef. Anyone who thinks otherwise is an idiot.
Edited by: "alex16" 18th Feb 2013

Better by far than Asda !!!!

Really good these; best supermarket curries by far.
Surprisingly, Aldi's at £1.59 are also really good. Who'd'a thunk it?

EdCov

I thought Morrisons were better than others at avoiding horsemeat in … I thought Morrisons were better than others at avoiding horsemeat in their own brand products, because they took more control of their supply chain.

boeoz

Really good these; best supermarket curries by far.Surprisingly, Aldi's at … Really good these; best supermarket curries by far.Surprisingly, Aldi's at £1.59 are also really good. Who'd'a thunk it?

EdCov

I thought Morrisons were better than others at avoiding horsemeat in … I thought Morrisons were better than others at avoiding horsemeat in their own brand products, because they took more control of their supply chain.



alex16

Given that horse meat has turned up in Waitrose's food, I'm pretty sure … Given that horse meat has turned up in Waitrose's food, I'm pretty sure that it's likely to have made its way into lower end supermarkets. Unless you're raising all the animals yourself, you're trusting someone else, and there's just no way you're going to get 8 burgers for a quid (or whatever) without some cartel or criminal somewhere along the time turning sawdust (or horse) into beef. Anyone who thinks otherwise is an idiot.



What has waitrose being upmarket got to do with it.fact is morrisons own it's own abattoirs and the whole business is vertically integrated which means it controls all products from the source.all beef,the only product morrisons has withdrawn from sale is the frozen findus lasagne.anything fresh labelled as morrisons brand is produced by morrisons themselves not sourced elsewhere so before you call ppl idiots get your facts straight

Saag Masala eh? Might have to venture out to Morrisons to see how it compares to the sadly departed Sainsbury's version.

boeoz

Really good these; best supermarket curries by far.Surprisingly, Aldi's at … Really good these; best supermarket curries by far.Surprisingly, Aldi's at £1.59 are also really good. Who'd'a thunk it?



You have zero taste and no taste buds

Best to steer clear of supermarket meats. Snub them for your local butcher.

My favourite is a Tarka Tikka Masala. It's like Chicken Tikka Masala, only otter.

gordon999

Best to steer clear of supermarket meats. Snub them for your local … Best to steer clear of supermarket meats. Snub them for your local butcher.



So from horse to humans. What do they taste like?

Good value and reasonable quality. How long is the deal on for?

alex16

Given that horse meat has turned up in Waitrose's food, I'm pretty sure … Given that horse meat has turned up in Waitrose's food, I'm pretty sure that it's likely to have made its way into lower end supermarkets. Unless you're raising all the animals yourself, you're trusting someone else, and there's just no way you're going to get 8 burgers for a quid (or whatever) without some cartel or criminal somewhere along the time turning sawdust (or horse) into beef. Anyone who thinks otherwise is an idiot.



Snobbish attitude, but Morrisons is the only one so far not implicated. Although they did say that small traces of pork was found in a beef product.

Oh ffs horse horse horse, Shut up! We're a horse eating nation now, get over it.

Will give them a go

ant78

Heat added. How long does this deal last?



I have just had a leaflet through my door with this offer saying valid until 3rd March so a little while yet.

Oh I see this promotion is in conjunction with Ant & Dec Saturday Night Takeaway which is back on TV this Saturday night.

alex16

Given that horse meat has turned up in Waitrose's food, I'm pretty sure … Given that horse meat has turned up in Waitrose's food, I'm pretty sure that it's likely to have made its way into lower end supermarkets. Unless you're raising all the animals yourself, you're trusting someone else, and there's just no way you're going to get 8 burgers for a quid (or whatever) without some cartel or criminal somewhere along the time turning sawdust (or horse) into beef. Anyone who thinks otherwise is an idiot.



Morrisons own their own abbatoirs as there is one near where I live, but of course the ready meals that are made elsewhere Morrisons cannot guarantee what meat goes in but as far as their fresh stuff goes they will, although I do think their minced beef is bl@@dy awful.

Any store that sells processed meat has all sorts of crap in the meat. And anyway, whats the difference between eating a dead horse and a dead cow?

very nice these. they are different to to 'ready meals' (comes with rice included) from morrisons which also arnt too bad. But these seperate ones are spot on. Hot

Might try 1

What do people expect when buying produce for run down countries. Just be glad it was horse and not human.

Are any of the main dishes vegetarian?

Is it on the fresh food counter, or in pre-packaged meals?

Original Poster

gwapenut

Is it on the fresh food counter, or in pre-packaged meals?



they are the ones in plastic containers in the chilled section, part of the higher end curry hierarchy lol

The headline is misleading! Only the curry dish is £1.75 Look on the Morrisons website for prices of other bits which come extra.

its easy to tell the difference between horse and chicken, the drumsticks are bigger
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