supermarket curries ready meals cheapest way to get chicken soft.

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  • jvjack
    jvjack Posts: 302 Forumite
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    lol. thats for sure
    Not knocking the supermarket ones. They are cheap. Theres whole isle devoted to them.
     I'm sure i'm not doing right and will work on it.
  • frugalmacdugal
    frugalmacdugal Posts: 10,077 Forumite
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    Hi,
    jvjack said:
     £10 for delivery 
     was going to pop in there
    if you can pop in why pay £10 delivery?

  • EssexHebridean
    EssexHebridean Posts: 21,297 Forumite
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    Hi,
    jvjack said:
     £10 for delivery 
     was going to pop in there
    if you can pop in why pay £10 delivery?

    We can pop into our local favourite Indian easy enough if we’re also going to the supermarket - wouldn’t necessarily want the 10 minute walk each way in the pouring rain in the middle of January though, and I rarely want a curry at the sort of time I might pop to Aldi! 😂
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  • Krakkkers
    Krakkkers Posts: 1,124 Forumite
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    58 and i have never had a curry.
  • Robin9
    Robin9 Posts: 12,084 Forumite
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    jvjack said:
    Was absoluteley succulent and soft. Their number is stored on phone. Min order though £10 for delivery which is fine for a treat.  
    Edit  was going to pop in there after i got it and ask them how the hell do you do it, It was so good.

    Have you tried tins of Princes curry - £2 ..  GENTLE heat in a saucepan for 5 mins
    Never pay on an estimated bill
  • jvjack
    jvjack Posts: 302 Forumite
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    edited 15 January 2023 at 8:05PM
    "Pop in"  is just some term i've picked up and using in my language recently.
    Family say pop in and i live 30 miles from them.
    The curry house is 4 miles away and i sometimes pass by.
    Dilkhush | Order Indian Takeaway in Stirchley, Birmingham (dilkhushb30.co.uk)


    I'll try the Princes curry - £2 
  • Mstty
    Mstty Posts: 4,209 Forumite
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    We have a rule we generally stick to 5 star hygiene rated establishments at a push a 4 but as that one is a 3 @jvjack thanks but no thanks👍
  • diystarter7
    diystarter7 Posts: 5,202 Forumite
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    Krakkkers said:
    58 and i have never had a curry.
    Hi

    Its not compulsory. lols :)

    There are many types of currys, my fav is homemade chicken on the bone with a few spuds. 

    Thanks
  • Mstty
    Mstty Posts: 4,209 Forumite
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    Curry comes from the word Kari which translates as sauce.
  • jvjack said:
    The rice was ok, I added some water before and stirred it couple of times. But yes punnet/tray was warped all over and cracked at top.
    Will use the advice given here next week.
    And i do need some more teeth , am waiting for the price of implants to come down.
    Just had a quote of £33,000 to do mine. That's not going to happen.
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