Ainsley Harriott Bengali Keema Masala Dinner Kit Reviews
Product Type: Ainsley Harriott Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Ainsley Harriott / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... this on the packet but I don't like my stuff swimming in grease or water! Add sachet 2 -The spice mix - it contains lots of ... more
by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 172 readings)
I normally cook things from scratch but, with it being on offer in Sainsburys for £1.50 at half price I thought I'd get it to use when I couldn't be bothered to cook. Yesterday was such a day. Firstly I don't really eat lamb as I think it is a rather fatty meat so I substituted turkey mince for the suggested lamb mince. The only other ingredient you need to make the kit (other than water) is natural yogurt, I used Sainsburys basics natural low fat yogurt. As I got my meat when it was reduced and froze it the entire meal cost less than £4 for two of us. The concept behind the kit is simple; the kit contains five sachets which need to be mixed with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/09 (Very useful, 145 readings)
My family loves a good curry, but usually when I try to make one from scratch, it ends in complete disaster, either because it is too spicy for the children or too bland for my husband. I find it difficult to get the combination of spices balanced, so when I saw this new Ainsley Harriott dinner kit, I thought I would give it a try, particularly as it was on special promotion at Asda priced competitively at just £1 a box. The Bengali Keema Masala Kit is attractively packaged boasting that a delicious meal can be achieved in four easy steps and ready in 20 minutes. The kit suggests adding 250g of lean minced lamb and 150ml yoghurt. As my husband is vegetarian, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/09 (Very useful, 519 readings)
Dinner kits have been increasingly common lately, they give people the chance to create their own meal using a mixture of fresh ingredients and adding them to the kit. I love a good curry and kept looking at the Ainsley Harriott kits when I was in the supermarket but the £3 price tag put me off. One day the Bengali Keema Masala with roti bread kit was on special offer for £2 so I decided to give it a try. To use the kit you need to buy other ingredients namely 300g of minced lamb and a tub of natural yoghurt. My lamb cost me £2.60 for 500g and was organic and my yoghurt cost me 21p making the total cost of the meal around £5 for two. Once you get ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/10 (Very useful, 360 readings)
I bought the Ainsley Harriott Bengali Style Keema Masala kit in B & M bargins for £1 a I thought it would make a quick and easy meal and would be a nice change for us. I think it's usually around £3 in the supermarket though. The box it comes in is rather large, its black and shows an example of the finished meal as well as a cheesy picture of Ainsley. It looks like a quality product from the packaging but I think that the reason I was drawn to it was that it boasts that it is ready in 20 minutes and serves 2. It says that I just need to add 150ml of natural yoghurt and 250g of minced lamb and thats all I need. It also says that it is mild which is ... Read the complete review
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