Ready Meals Chinese Mains for £1.50 from February 15 @ Morrisons
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Ready Meals Chinese Mains for £1.50 from February 15 @ Morrisons

£1.50£3.2554%Morrisons Deals
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Found 13th FebEdited by:"nihir"
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MORRISONS has slashed the cost of its ready meals just in time for Chinese New Year.

Hungry Brits planning to celebrate the Year of the Dog with some sweet and sour chicken can now get it for just £1.50 instead of £3.25.

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Other dishes included in the deal are customer's favourites like beef in black bean sauce, chicken prawn and char sui pork with egg noodle in chow mein sauce or Chinese chicken curry.

The offer will be available online and in stores from Thursday this week until February 29.

Some of the Other Options are -:

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Yum yum
The beef in black bean is a winner! Good sized portions too...
Much better then the M&S deal
Iceland have them for £1 same size

that's where I am going
I normally stay clear of ready meals but these are decent and great VFM at that price.
hungry
The chow mein is nice
athonyjohn22 h, 3 m ago

Iceland have them for £1 same sizethat's where I am going


These are fresh though?
I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year but never see them celebrating any other cultural event like eid or dwali
Heat for the deal though 🔥
adrianchan19814 m ago

I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year …I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year but never see them celebrating any other cultural event like eid or dwali


Ooh! Controversial! You're right though.
I haven't tried these yet, but their curries in the same packaging are my fav.
adrianchan198118 m ago

I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year …I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year but never see them celebrating any other cultural event like eid or dwali



lol don't know how you get this feeling from...from where I live (Hayes) people don't celebrate CNY but for events like eid or dwali, fireworks were anytime everywhere. It all depends on the area you live after all....

If you want to experience a wonderful dwali, maybe you shall go to Southall...
Edited by: "superivanho" 15th Feb
superivanho7 m ago

lol don't know how you get this feeling from...from where I live (Hayes) …lol don't know how you get this feeling from...from where I live (Hayes) people don't celebrate CNY but for events like eid or dwali, fireworks were anytime everywhere. It all depends on the area you live after all....If you want to experience a wonderful dwali, maybe you shall go to Southall...


It's just my own personal experience obviously won't be applicable to all. When I worked in a Chinese restaurant we were constantly bombarded with people asking if we have any special menu and events for cny.
My mate who's hindi took me to a dwali festival once never have I felt so out of place
Tasty they may be but not good for us though as classified as ultra-processed!! bbc.co.uk/new…290
jtcg11 m ago

Tasty they may be but not good for us though as classified as …Tasty they may be but not good for us though as classified as ultra-processed!! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-43064290


Looked at the ingredients of one - Produced in the UK from Thai chicken

I can just picture the Thai chicken factory.
HOT for meat eaters alone. Nothing for us that don't eat meat, same as the Iceland deal.
scunny15th Feb

HOT for meat eaters alone. Nothing for us that don't eat meat, same as …HOT for meat eaters alone. Nothing for us that don't eat meat, same as the Iceland deal.


Iceland has egg fried rice but I think that's about it.
Zuulan3 m ago

Iceland has egg fried rice but I think that's about it.



Yes that's all I could see. No main meals like mushroom curry or anything with tofu. Always get those from local take aways.
Year of the dog....me bitch will be happy.
I'll wait for the year of the Chicken/Prawn/Pig before going for the Special Chow Mein
adrianchan19814 h, 2 m ago

I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year …I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year but never see them celebrating any other cultural event like eid or dwali


It's taken 2000 years for the english to celebrate chinese new year give it hope say another 1000 or more and we will get there
adrianchan19815 h, 33 m ago

I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year …I find it a bit strange English people like to celebrate Chinese New year but never see them celebrating any other cultural event like eid or dwali


Perhaps because Chinese New Year is non religious and relatable!!
I might just be tempted to buy a couple of these for quick munchies
Tried the curry one today and got to admit they are not far off what you would get from most chinese take aways just a bit more than 350g worth cooking 2.
Definitely give these a try at this price thanks op.
Year of the Dog? That’s what you’re sure to be eating at these prices.
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