Birds Eye Beef Curry with Rice Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... the freezer), there is a full nutritional chart shown and contact details for Birds Eye are given. Inside the box you get a ... more
by - written on 08/03/08 (Very useful, 65 readings)
It was the day before payday and I was skint and hungry. With only a couple of quid in my pocket I was limited to what I could buy so I picked up Birds Eye beef curry with rice for dinner. Packaging ======= This frozen ready meal is sold in a cardboard carton with a picture of some delicious looking curry and rice on the front. The curry itself is housed in a plastic tray split into separate sections for the curry and rice. Cooking Instructions =============== Simply microwave for 11 minutes, stirring once after 8 minutes. Appearance ======== The cooked curry didn't look too promising. The rice looked ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
I have mentioned my love for Birds Eye and also for Curry in a few past reviews. So may as well have a Birds Eye Curry as that combines the 2 things! 9 times out of 10 I will have a Chicken Curry, as Chicken is my favourite Meat, but I do have the odd Beef Curry. We got a few of these when they were on offer in Asda in january. They were selling for £1 a pack, instead of the usual £1.40. Just a little saving, but better than nothing. These come frozen and you just cook in the Microwave. This comes in a plastic tray which you just cook it in. Although the 2 compartments aren't seperate for the Rice and Curry, they are on either sides, but meet in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/08, updated on 12/07/09 (Very useful, 370 readings)
Well what a strange day today has been. Holly my daughter has a virus and is eating about enough to keep a sparrow alive but I don't blame her, every time something goes in her mouth it causes a coughing fit, and Darren my husband is working a shift of 3 pm till whenever the job is finished and he gets home. Ready meals are not the norm in this house until recently, my last review was for a ready made pizza, but after visiting the doctors with Holly this morning we went to the local chemist then called next door into the local Co-op to get something to eat because Darren would need a dinner before going out, he grabbed a Southern Fried Chicken and I settled on a Birds .. Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/09 (Very useful, 104 readings)
I'm a big curry lover and usually make my own as I like to know exactly what goes in my food plus I can control the fat and salt content to make them as healthy as possible, at times however it's not always possible to cook from scratch and thats when redy meals do have their place. A couple of weeks before last Xmas my boyfriend and I both went down with the flu, we spent a whole weekends stuck in bed with only enough energy to raise our heads off the pillow, look at each other and whisper meh! Needless to say my appetite went out the window and my tastebuds were wrecked so the only food I could manage was crumpets and chocolate, hardly the kind of stuff to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/12 (Very useful, 35 readings)
When it comes to cooking I admit that lately and for some reason I have become a little bit lazy! I used to love cooking when I shared a flat previously but now living alone and having a very small kitchen I either grab takeaways or eat a lot of ready meals to save me time and fuss and ready meals now can be so cheap like this one that only cost me a pound in my local Asda store and seeing as it is Birds Eye product I felt happy to try it and expected it to be a nice enough and filling meal for me. The Packaging: This meal comes in a pink and blue coloured box and on the front of it we are told that it is Birds Eye Beef Curry With Rice and there is ... Read the complete review
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