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M&S Indian Meal Deal - Two Mains + Two Sides (possible bonus offer of free side) £10 @ Marks & Spencer
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M&S Indian Meal Deal - Two Mains + Two Sides (possible bonus offer of free side) £10 @ Marks & Spencer

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Posted 12th Sep 2018Local
M&S Indian meal deal back from today and running until the 18th September. Offer includes two mains and two sides. Plus there is a possible free extra side showing in Sparks (need to activate), worth checking to see if you have the offer.



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Chicken Tikka Masala - A medium-spiced curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast in a rich, creamy masala sauce

Chicken Jalfrezi -A medium-spiced tomato curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, coriander and chilli garnished with flame-seared red peppers

Lamb Rogan Josh - A medium-spiced curry with tender pieces of lamb marinated in cream, yogurt and spices in a rich onion masala

Butter Chicken - A rich, mildly spiced curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, cream, butter and honey

Chicken Korma - A mild, creamy curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, toasted almonds, coconut, cardamom and mace

King Prawn Bhuna - A spicy aromatic curry with succulent king prawns, onions, tomatoes, yogurt and green and red peppers

Chicken Saag Masala - A mildly spiced curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, spinach, tomato and yogurt

Chicken Piri Piri - A hot and sour curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, onions, tomatoes and red chillies

Chicken Madras - A spicy tomato, coconut and curry leaf sauce with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, garnished with roasted onions and red chillies

Mixed Vegetable Masala (V) - A medium-spiced tomato curry with chickpeas, roasted onions, red peppers, green beans, roasted cauliflower and butternut squash

Hot Chicken Tikka Masala - A hot and spicy curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast in a rich, creamy masala sauce

Chicken Balti - A medium-spiced curry with tender pieces of marinated chargrilled chicken breast, tomatoes, ginger and black onion seeds garnished with flame seared red peppers

Butternut Squash Curry (V) - In a lightly spiced coconut sauce with roasted onions

Flame-Grilled Tikka Chicken - Pieces of marinated tandoori red chicken and coriander and mint chicken with a makhani sauce

Chicken Dopiaza - A spicy onion and tomato curry with tender pieces of marinated chargilled chicken breast and red onions





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Basmati Rice (V) - Aromatic basmati rice flavoured with cumin, clove, cardamom and curry leaves

Bombay Aloo (V) - Diced potatoes in a tomato and onion sauce finished with garam masala

Tarka Dahl (V) - A mild, lightly spiced dahl made with chana dahl, lentils, tomatoes, onion, coriander and cumin

Pilau Rice (V) - Aromatic basmati rice flavoured with cumin, cardamom, fennel seeds, cloves and saffron

Indian Starter Selection (V) - A tempting selection of onion bhajis, hand-wrapped vegetable samosas and vegetable pakoras

4 Onion Bhajis (V) - Slices of onion coated in a golden, crispy gram flour batter

Sweet Potato and Onion Bhajis (V) - A blend of sweet potato and chunky onion slices in a spiced gram flour batter, deep fried

Chicken Pakoras - Succulent fried pieces of chicken in a spicy Southern Indian-style marinade

2 Tandoori Naans (V) - Hand-shaped Indian-style flatbreads sprinkled with aromatic kalonji seeds and baked in a traditional tandoor oven

2 Garlic & Coriander Naans (V) - Hand-shaped Indian-style flatbreads sprinkled with fresh coriander and garlic and baked in a traditional tandoor oven

4 Vegetable Samosas (V) - Hand-wrapped pastries filled with spiced mixed vegetables

Mushroom Rice (V) - An aromatic basmati rice with roasted mushrooms

Saag Aloo (V) - Potato and spinach in a tomato and cumin sauce

Cauliflower Aloo (V) - Roasted cauliflower and potatoes in a creamy coconut sauce with almonds

Indian spiced prawns - Prawns in a spiced breaded coating

Masala Dosa (V) - Savoury filled pancake with masala spiced potato, onion and turmeric
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surnjit12/09/2018 09:05

Why a supermarket curry why not a take away curry ?


Oh jesus, I give up!
surnjit12/09/2018 08:50

I suggest making your own Have tried a few at the supermarkets and all …I suggest making your own Have tried a few at the supermarkets and all are crap .


I make my own too, but as supermarket curries go, in my opinion you can't beat these ones.
surnjit12/09/2018 08:43

Not a very good attempt of a curry very poor quality


What supermarket curry would you recommend instead then? I've yet to find one that's better than the M&S jalfrezi and the madras.
silverbullet767112/09/2018 08:55

I make my own too, but as supermarket curries go, in my opinion you can't …I make my own too, but as supermarket curries go, in my opinion you can't beat these ones.


I don’t think you have ever had a proper curry if you think these are good lol
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I think the free side is account specific
This is always running in our local.
Thanks showing on my offers.
Not a very good attempt of a curry very poor quality
surnjit12/09/2018 08:43

Not a very good attempt of a curry very poor quality


What supermarket curry would you recommend instead then? I've yet to find one that's better than the M&S jalfrezi and the madras.
silverbullet767112/09/2018 08:47

What supermarket curry would you recommend instead then? I've yet to find …What supermarket curry would you recommend instead then? I've yet to find one that's better than the M&S jalfrezi and the madras.


I suggest making your own Have tried a few at the supermarkets and all are crap .
surnjit12/09/2018 08:43

Not a very good attempt of a curry very poor quality


Portions have been reduced too.
surnjit12/09/2018 08:50

I suggest making your own Have tried a few at the supermarkets and all …I suggest making your own Have tried a few at the supermarkets and all are crap .


I make my own too, but as supermarket curries go, in my opinion you can't beat these ones.
HellriderUKDeals691 m ago

Portions have been reduced too.


You will get max 4 bits of meat in one of these curry’s not good value at all
silverbullet767112/09/2018 08:55

I make my own too, but as supermarket curries go, in my opinion you can't …I make my own too, but as supermarket curries go, in my opinion you can't beat these ones.


I don’t think you have ever had a proper curry if you think these are good lol
Just checked and the extra side dish is on my Sparks card . It can be used multiple times too!

2 mains plus 3 sides for £10 is a good price. I don't bother with their rice sides as basmati rice is easy enough to cook.
The Butter Chicken is very tasty and the Cauliflower Aloo is good.

Thanks - heat, OP!

And, yesterday I noticed the 'Asia' meal deal was available (Thai & Japanese dishes). Sometimes the two deals can be mixed & matched - it's worth checking. Thai Chicken Penang, and Thai Fishcakes are very both very good (i.m.h.o. - for the benefit of Surnjit ! )
Edited by: "sjs31" 12th Sep 2018
surnjit12/09/2018 08:56

I don’t think you have ever had a proper curry if you think these are good …I don’t think you have ever had a proper curry if you think these are good lol


As I said at first, point me to a better supermarket curry, which is the point of this deal. Of course home made curries are better.
silverbullet767112/09/2018 09:04

As I said at first, point me to a better supermarket curry, which is the …As I said at first, point me to a better supermarket curry, which is the point of this deal. Of course home made curries are better.


Why a supermarket curry why not a take away curry ?
surnjit12/09/2018 09:05

Why a supermarket curry why not a take away curry ?


Oh jesus, I give up!
silverbullet767112/09/2018 08:47

What supermarket curry would you recommend instead then? I've yet to find …What supermarket curry would you recommend instead then? I've yet to find one that's better than the M&S jalfrezi and the madras.


Asda curries are still the best around for me, but everyone has their own taste
Chanchi you should be able to cook yourself such food. Disgrace!
jodyjones12/09/2018 09:05

Asda curries are still the best around for me, but everyone has their own …Asda curries are still the best around for me, but everyone has their own taste


Asda curry’s used to be good but since there head chef mr singh left and was replaced by a cook book thing have gone seriously down hill I suggest making your own curry it will work out a lot cheaper and taste better
jodyjones12/09/2018 09:05

Asda curries are still the best around for me, but everyone has their own …Asda curries are still the best around for me, but everyone has their own taste


Yes I agree Asda ones are the best!
Gordybaillie12/09/2018 09:11

Yes I agree Asda ones are the best!


The only good thing about Asda is you get a bit more meat
Edited by: "surnjit" 12th Sep 2018
surnjit12/09/2018 09:13

The only good thing about Asda is you get a bit more meat


Like the mrs always tells me there’s nothing wrong with extra meat.
We can argue all day about what's best, obviously home made Is much better but I for one like these after a few pints at home, stick it in the microwave, eat and stick rubbish in bin, done...
Edited by: "devlino" 12th Sep 2018
Waitrose meal deals are good
Cafe asia used to be available Iceland but not anymore homebargains still selling them sells very nice kebabs samosa but thats there extent no currys
You can not replicate the authenticity when made on huge scale as they just grind the onions n tomatoes
Unless its all turned into gravy by heat its not acceptable
Tesco meal deal for 2 curries is just £5 and it might not be quite as good, but it's half the price of M&S !

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jacko20jj16 m ago

Like the mrs always tells me there’s nothing wrong with extra meat.


You have a dirty mind lol
surnjit12/09/2018 09:09

Asda curry’s used to be good but since there head chef mr singh left and w …Asda curry’s used to be good but since there head chef mr singh left and was replaced by a cook book thing have gone seriously down hill I suggest making your own curry it will work out a lot cheaper and taste better


@surnjit I do like to make my own, but that wasn't the subject...And me and my partner have different tastes, making the buying of a package easier for us.

I do find the M&S one to be expensive though!

Just curious if, starting from scratch, you could honestly get ALL the ingredients (any deals on them?) to create one cheaper than the price of Asda/Tesco? I have never worked it out because we've always got our ingredients in
surnjit32 m ago

Asda curry’s used to be good but since there head chef mr singh left and w …Asda curry’s used to be good but since there head chef mr singh left and was replaced by a cook book thing have gone seriously down hill I suggest making your own curry it will work out a lot cheaper and taste better


Asda smartprice ready meals won an award for the best value tasting range. Well the whole smartprice range won the award several years on the trot. The extra special range are higher in salt and fat and calories so smartprice is healthier
jodyjones12/09/2018 09:38

@surnjit I do like to make my own, but that wasn't the subject...And me …@surnjit I do like to make my own, but that wasn't the subject...And me and my partner have different tastes, making the buying of a package easier for us.I do find the M&S one to be expensive though!Just curious if, starting from scratch, you could honestly get ALL the ingredients (any deals on them?) to create one cheaper than the price of Asda/Tesco? I have never worked it out because we've always got our ingredients in


Get a few spices £1 and get a pack of chicken thighs from Lidl for 1.59 and you will have 5 good portions of curry for about £5
Edited by: "surnjit" 12th Sep 2018
Morrison's have a healthy range of curries that are low in salt and fat. I get them when they are reduced to clear.
silverbullet767112/09/2018 09:06

Oh jesus, I give up!


@surnjit I think you're missing the point but I agree making at home is the best however, not everyone has the time or skills.
SackCity12/09/2018 09:44

@surnjit I think you're missing the point but I agree making at home is …@surnjit I think you're missing the point but I agree making at home is the best however, not everyone has the time or skills.


Chicken curry in 45 mins not many skills needed and you will have plenty to freeze for next time
B&M are doing frozen meals now, they have the Mayflower range, best supermarket curry I've had
Heat added
Can anyone share their favourite home made curry recipes then
surnjit9 m ago

Get a few spices £1 and get a pack of chicken thighs from Lidl for 1.59 …Get a few spices £1 and get a pack of chicken thighs from Lidl for 1.59 and you will have 5 good portions of curry for about £5



Or go to Home bargains and buy one of the pouches they have for under £1 and add some meat to it. Everyone needs a fast and easy option, but if you can't manage to cut some meat up into pieces, fry it, and then simmer it in a sauce for 20 minutes something's wrong!

These pouches make high quality curry, and they are easy to 'hack' with fresh cream, fresh coriander or fresh chillies/ veg. Pinging a curry in 5 minutes or cooking something much nicer in 20 minutes ?
These are the best shop bought curry's I've had. Very nice and well worth paying extra for imo.
surnjit12/09/2018 09:41

Get a few spices £1 and get a pack of chicken thighs from Lidl for 1.59 …Get a few spices £1 and get a pack of chicken thighs from Lidl for 1.59 and you will have 5 good portions of curry for about £5


Are the thighs on or off the bone? I always find thighs don't work well in homemade curry, breast is best
surnjit6 m ago

Chicken curry in 45 mins not many skills needed and you will have plenty …Chicken curry in 45 mins not many skills needed and you will have plenty to freeze for next time


You're still missing the point.
jodyjones2 m ago

Are the thighs on or off the bone? I always find thighs don't work well in …Are the thighs on or off the bone? I always find thighs don't work well in homemade curry, breast is best


Thighs on the bone de skin then chop them up if you want in India the thigh meat is the most expensive park of the chicken and not many ppl use breast the thighs don’t dry you unlike breast which can go chewy and is over priced
jodyjones12 m ago

Are the thighs on or off the bone? I always find thighs don't work well in …Are the thighs on or off the bone? I always find thighs don't work well in homemade curry, breast is best


I prefer breast meat because I'm picky with eating off the bone but apparently chicken thighs make for a tastier curry. I will try and get a recipe for those that want one from my mum.
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