Best chicken korma

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Posted 6th Nov
Who knows where to get the best korma
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IamMT06/11/2019 20:00

Korma Chameleon, it's an acquired taste.


Agreed, it comes and goes.
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The best is not chicken.
eddyh106/11/2019 19:58

Controversial I love it


Korma Chameleon, it's an acquired taste.
IamMT06/11/2019 20:00

Korma Chameleon, it's an acquired taste.


Agreed, it comes and goes.
IamMT06/11/2019 20:00

Korma Chameleon, it's an acquired taste.


I’ve never seen it, never mind tried it.
Does the taste change with each mouthful?
Oneday7706/11/2019 20:10

I’ve never seen it, never mind tried it. Does the taste change with each m …I’ve never seen it, never mind tried it. Does the taste change with each mouthful?


I think @Haircut_100 summed it up perfectly.
B Medinas. THE best by far
Tesco ones in the store fridge I like for a ding meal. Not the meal for one or two in paper bags in fridges. The ones in cardboard sleeves
Edited by: "wayners" 6th Nov
Make your own. Easy peasy and you know exactly what’s gone into it!


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Waitrose is the best in the business when it comes to the Indian range of oven dinners. There is a halal range in Sainsbury's that's not bad and use as a backup.
India?
You get what you pay for, Asda's fresh has loads of chicken in it, probably the same in most supermarkets!
AnkerMan06/11/2019 21:44

Waitrose is the best in the business when it comes to the Indian range of …Waitrose is the best in the business when it comes to the Indian range of oven dinners. There is a halal range in Sainsbury's that's not bad and use as a backup.


Waitrose meals are quite bland. Sainsburys is better.
Coop Indian ready meals are lovely. Love their biryani and jalfrezi chicken ones. Never tried the korma as far too mild for me but try them, you might like them.
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