Morrisons Volcanic Vindaloo 350g - £2 in-store/online @ Morrisons
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Morrisons Volcanic Vindaloo 350g - £2 in-store/online @ Morrisons

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Expires on 03/11/2019Posted 8th Oct
- Offer price £2 when you order by 03/11/2019. Offer subject to availability. Maximum 20 promotional items per customer.

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I recommend the Saag Paneer if you are looking to lower your meat intake yet still hanker for a decent curry!

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What's the point of a vindaloo... when all your going to achieve is a baboons ring!
cirian197508/10/2019 15:12

Bet its weak n mild, these things always are these days


they are spicy but not compared to your locals vindaloo or phall, it's also a different kind of heat - more like a fake heat you expect from a hot sauce than a tasty heat from a nice takeaway

the iceland one is also ok but I believe is £3 and when you consider your favourite takeaway probably gives double the portion size for £6 it's not really a bargain, supermarket rice and bread never tastes as good either so bit pointless unless you are going for convenience
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It would be Volcanic in my toilet the next day if I had one of these that's for sure
Dare I say it?
Hot...?
Bet its weak n mild, these things always are these days
There's a few Youtube videos about this. Definitely not for me but some people like it.
cirian197508/10/2019 15:12

Bet its weak n mild, these things always are these days



...trust me, these are as hot as you might imagine. Loo rolls in the freezer please
What's the point of a vindaloo... when all your going to achieve is a baboons ring!
cirian197508/10/2019 15:12

Bet its weak n mild, these things always are these days


they are spicy but not compared to your locals vindaloo or phall, it's also a different kind of heat - more like a fake heat you expect from a hot sauce than a tasty heat from a nice takeaway

the iceland one is also ok but I believe is £3 and when you consider your favourite takeaway probably gives double the portion size for £6 it's not really a bargain, supermarket rice and bread never tastes as good either so bit pointless unless you are going for convenience
I've tried them and liked them.Very hot for a supermarket curry and great value for£2
Toon_army08/10/2019 15:10

It would be Volcanic in my toilet the next day if I had one of these …It would be Volcanic in my toilet the next day if I had one of these that's for sure


It looks exactly like what you might see if you dared to glance back!
murtgurge08/10/2019 15:24

they are spicy but not compared to your locals vindaloo or phall, it's …they are spicy but not compared to your locals vindaloo or phall, it's also a different kind of heat - more like a fake heat you expect from a hot sauce than a tasty heat from a nice takeawaythe iceland one is also ok but I believe is £3 and when you consider your favourite takeaway probably gives double the portion size for £6 it's not really a bargain, supermarket rice and bread never tastes as good either so bit pointless unless you are going for convenience



Fine if you can afford to eat a decent takeaway a couple of times a week.
Cook your own basmati, great Aldi pakora and nan bread in the oven...
Meal for two = £6 versus £20 from the takeaway.
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Icelands reaper curry tastiest of the lot!
cirian197508/10/2019 15:12

Bet its weak n mild, these things always are these days


Try it, if that does not suit you try the phal and burn. You will sweat your words out.
Had this before, can confirm the hottest supermarket curry i've ever had and I love hot food.
Edit: wait, thought this was the phal
Edited by: "tom6195" 8th Oct
perkypig08/10/2019 15:14

...trust me, these are as hot as you might imagine. Loo rolls in the …...trust me, these are as hot as you might imagine. Loo rolls in the freezer please


A frozen sausage hits the spot afterwards
cirian197508/10/2019 15:12

Bet its weak n mild, these things always are these days


It's actually very good. Especially for a supermarket curry.
“Maximum 20 promotional items per customer.“
Haha - Good marketing ploy to create desirability.
How many people think of buying 20 supermarket curries?
Nonetheless heat added, literally
louiselouise08/10/2019 15:14

There's a few Youtube videos about this. Definitely not for me but some …There's a few Youtube videos about this. Definitely not for me but some people like it. [Video]


I wish I hadn't watched this, that guy eats like a pig! #slurp
infowight08/10/2019 17:08

It's actually very good. Especially for a supermarket curry.


The volcanic vindaloo I've had before and it very hot but tastes horrible. I've eaten a fair few Carolina reapers and trinadads in the past few years so I know what hot is and it's safe to say it actually is hot.
This is hot, the Phall is a bit bonkers, I needed some milk. I wish other supermarket curries, jars of sauce mixes etc used these as a benchmark.
I think there are 9 chillis on the Phall pack depicting strength
by all accounts after watching he videos it appears to be a very good authentic curry. Probably not as hot as some of the curries I have eaten in the west midlands but certainly hotter than those described as Vindaloo (which are actually only Madras hot) in London.
This took me by surprise how hot it was, pretty tasty as well.
perkypig08/10/2019 15:14

...trust me, these are as hot as you might imagine. Loo rolls in the …...trust me, these are as hot as you might imagine. Loo rolls in the freezer please


I had one of these last year too and it was very hot, (and I do enjoy a hot curry)

Ended up just scooping up bits of rice with tiny bits of sauce and then leaving the rest. Too hot to actually chew on any meat or peppers. And too hot to enjoy really, but worth a go fornthe experience when they are as cheap as this!
I’m a curry connoisseur and Morrisons curry is good quality and the hot ones are hot
Prefer the Phal...Trip to Morrisons tomorrow to stock up
I forgot to look for those when I was in Morrison's earlier today but if you ever decide to make your own curries I have been using those Patak's 3 stage curry kits a few times lately and although the Madras is not very hot it is the closest in taste and flavour that I have ever come to making a restaurant style curry at home and much better than any cook in sauces or pastes or ready made supermarket curries I have tried yet. I will try and get a Vindaloo and a Phall tomorrow to see how good they are if they have them in store.
cirian197508/10/2019 15:12

Bet its weak n mild, these things always are these days


They are actually really hot. Supermarket Vindaloos are usually mild but this is off the scale, however it has a fake taste to it and I dont think are very nice, but they are extremely spicy and I normally have a vindaloo at a restaurant
I also struggled to eat this one as it was too hot for me. I usually order spicy currys toi
Does it come with free toilet roll?
I had one last night. My back side now looks like the Japanese Flag
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