Tesco Indian Meal Deals from £3.15 @ Tesco
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Tesco Indian Meal Deals from £3.15 @ Tesco

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Found 12th Jun 2014
Tesco Indian Meal Deals were £6.30 to £6.95 now from £3.15 to £3.47

Tesco Chicken Tikka & Korma Meal For 2 (1.5Kg) contains
Onion Bhajis, Chicken Tikka Masala, Naan Bread, Chicken Korma amd Pilau Rice

Tesco Tikka & Jalfrezi Meal For 2 (1.5Kg) contains:
Pilau Rice, Chicken Tikka Masala, 2 x Naan Bread, Chicken Jalfrezi and 4 x Onion Bhaji

Tesco Tikka & Rogan Josh Meal For 2 1.5 Kilograms contains: Lamb Rogan Josh, Pilau Rice, 2 x Naan Bread, Chicken Tikka Masala and 4 x Onion Bhaji

Tesco Korma & Jalfrezi Meal For 2 1.5Kg contains:
2 x Naan Bread, Chicken Korma, Pilau Rice, Chicken Jalfrezi
and 4 x Onion Bhaji

66 Comments

I used to buy these and enjoy them until they changed the products. Now the curry is EXACTLY the same as the Tesco value curry which you can get for 95p. So 2 curries @ 95p 2 x naan bread at 50p and probably a £1.00 for the Onion Bhajis and they are charging almost £7!!! At half price I suppose its not a bad deal though.

parisp

I used to buy these and enjoy them until they changed the products. Now … I used to buy these and enjoy them until they changed the products. Now the curry is EXACTLY the same as the Tesco value curry which you can get for 95p. So 2 curries @ 95p 2 x naan bread at 50p and probably a £1.00 for the Onion Bhajis and they are charging almost £7!!! At half price I suppose its not a bad deal though.



I fully agree with you, Sainsburys frozen food compared to Tesco is much much of a better quality.

mystery_man

These taste nothing like a real curry from the takeaway or restaurant. I … These taste nothing like a real curry from the takeaway or restaurant. I have tried them in the before but was not impressed.



Unfortunately no they don't taste like takeaway curry but...

these are £3.15, a takeaway will be in excess of £20.

So if you are on a budget they aren't 'that bad'

Yep, for £3ish they are a good deal but there is nothing special about Tesco's curries and at the £7 they were charging for them they were a rip-off IMPO. An awful lot of tomatoey sauce and a game of spot the chicken - most of them taste the same to me also no matter what curry you buy.

I will pick one up for £3 though.

The trick with these is to always open the box and see whether the curries actually have chicken in them. Well, they all have chicken but you can find some cartons where the curries are mainly the sauce and little chicken. So I always check.

I really like this, thanks op. I noticed the Chinese ones are also half price, not sure what they are like.

How can anyone possibly expect them to taste like something from the local Indian ,Jees !

Heat !

lugsy3

I really like this, thanks op. I noticed the Chinese ones are also half … I really like this, thanks op. I noticed the Chinese ones are also half price, not sure what they are like.



Awful. I find the curries half decent but the Chinese ones are terrible.

why don't any of the supermarket don't do veggie meal deal like this??:|

littel helper

why don't any of the supermarket don't do veggie meal deal like this??:|



i have exact same question in my mind all the time when i see these displayed on shelf! I generally put the kit together by picking a veg curry and then add naans and pakora separate. works out nearly the same price but would be nice to have the option to pick the bag.

littel helper

why don't any of the supermarket don't do veggie meal deal like this??:|



I was thinking the same thing. My girlfriend is vegetarian and I'm trying to cut down on meat, we can never find tasty curries that don't have chicken in. Just one veggie option with loads of chillies would be awesome

Are these online only or instore?

does anyone know whether these are Halal?
I mean the chicken.

Eek I've just bought 4 curry ones and a Chinese one (not all for me..!) hope they're not that bad..!

pepdavies

I was thinking the same thing. My girlfriend is vegetarian and I'm trying … I was thinking the same thing. My girlfriend is vegetarian and I'm trying to cut down on meat, we can never find tasty curries that don't have chicken in. Just one veggie option with loads of chillies would be awesome



Without wishing to get into a "political discussion".. I suspect it's a case of a) appealing to the broadest consumer for volume of sales and b) the marketing of chicken and beef products is heavily influenced by extremely powerful meat marketing organisations .

Try Waitrose. They often do a rather decent meal deal 2x main 2x side 1x rice (serves 2) for £10. The Paneer Kadai has actually varied from seriously good to passable,, avoid the Byriani and the "vegetable curry" is pretty bland.. The Tarka dal is OK... Aloo Saag again has varied in quality from excellent to good... The Korma is great and creamy (despite not having much fat in it!) but the Spinach dalis the most stonking indian food you can buy in any supermarket!! What I do is heat a dab of oil in the pan, slam in a diced clove of garlic and some cayenne pepper, cook off for 30 seconds.. add the dahl... and then a few ml of water just to thin it out a bit. So I usually get 2x Kadai with whatever combo of the others I fancy.

The other one that is surprisingly good is the Sainsburys vegetable byriani. However every other vege indian thing they do is absolutely bland and tasteless don't even bother!

To be honest though, it's dead easy to make reeeallly nice curry at home to your own tastes and it usually works out cheaper and more nutritious. Youtube is a fantastic resource these days for cooking.. I couldn't cook at all not so long ago..but after not very much but very enjoyable practice I can now surprise myself. If you lack experience and would like any pointers, I'd be glad to help... (_;))

littel helper

why don't any of the supermarket don't do veggie meal deal like this??:|



They do. Just take the meat out when you get home X)

Here's my home made paneer and brinjal curry with cous cous..

http://www.thequietplace.co.uk/emit/paneer.jpg

Brinjal curry :

http://www.thequietplace.co.uk/emit/brinjalcurry.jpg

JamesSmith

Here's my home made paneer and brinjal curry with cous cous..




Hmmm. When are you open?

jasee

Hmmm. When are you open?



Heh.. depends when ur passing... my guests get to eat for free.

JamesSmith

Heh.. depends when ur passing... my guests get to eat for free.



If I had a choice, I wouldn't pick an indian for my last meal. X)

Just this second finished this, still licking my fingers. No nothing like from an Indian restaurant but for £3 enuf to feed 2 adults do good price

JamesSmith

Here's my home made paneer and brinjal curry with cous cous..



I know that that is the 'trendy' curry favoured nowadays by food snobs....but it's not what I would call a British Indian Curry. Rice / Nan covered in a Sauce containing meat !!!!

And cous-cous on a curry.....step away from the cooker !

Are these instore prices too ?

Sainsburys do some nice veggie curries and occasionally will do a deal on them - they were 4 for a tenner last week. They used to be things like 4 for a tenner plus 2 rices but that seems to have gone into history.

just bought our Indian on this deal.. was lovely!! not that much difference between this and takeaway.. don't know why some are complaining! bargain. :-) xxx

Just get some cut vegetables, chickpeas, chilies, peppers ,chicken or other meat and pataks paste, and tomatoes

Will taste x10 better and will take same pish time to orepare

The worst curry I have ever tasted.

Pot noodles taste more authentic.

yes these are in store prices, also the chinese ken hom meals are also half price as mentioned by someone earlier.

I spotted this deal online last night whilst ordering my Tesco home grocery delivery, I've received two different meals today,so we will give them a taste experience hopefully tomorrow. Let's hope I don't end up feeling like this family after eating one!

http://www.lolz.se/fun/Family-Guy-Vomit.gif

These taste fine. It won't taste like the real thing, but is much better than curry sauce in a jar, even fancy ones.

If you care more about taste (and less about portion/extras), Tesco's Finest range curries are very good.

Banned

JamesSmith

Heh.. depends when ur passing... my guests get to eat for free.



Yes

But when they've eaten would they get out alive?
Edited by: "Supersid" 13th Jun 2014

JamesSmith

Heh.. depends when ur passing... my guests get to eat for free.

JamesSmith

Here's my home made paneer and brinjal curry with cous cous..



Looks fab come on share the recipe

As long as Tescos aren't using flipping halal chicken then these could be worth a shot at this price...

Good deal but why do they all have either Tikka or Korma in them? I hate those two! Literally ANY OTHER CURRY combinations not including those two and I'd be down at Tesco today picking one up!

Sadly not halal.

revster

Just get some cut vegetables, chickpeas, chilies, peppers ,chicken or … Just get some cut vegetables, chickpeas, chilies, peppers ,chicken or other meat and pataks paste, and tomatoesWill taste x10 better and will take same pish time to orepare



Yes because preping and cooking that will take the 3 mins this takes in the microwave...

mystery_man

These taste nothing like a real curry from the takeaway or restaurant. I … These taste nothing like a real curry from the takeaway or restaurant. I have tried them in the before but was not impressed.



In other news Tesco value Cola tastes diferent to Coca Cola

Wouldn't trust it. Probs has horse meat in it.
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