Birds Eye Chicken Korma with Rice Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Birds Eye / Type: Chicken
Newest Review: ... after being cooked, it looked like a curry I woud make at home. The rice was fluffy looking and the curry looked scrumptous. ... more
by - written on 06/03/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
When it comes to ready meals they are not something I overly indulge in really. However some nights I'm home alone with a bottle of wine and feeling lazy so I have two options. Call in a take-away or pop a ping meal in the microwave and one week I decided on this, reason one being cos I love a chicken korma and reason two being that I was a bit skint at the time and this was on offer in Asda costing £1 and I'd bought it and popped it in the freezer prior to the evening I wanted it. The Packaging: The meals comes in a mainly pink and yellow box with a photogoraph of the curry on the front of it and we are told that it is Birds Eye Chicken Korma With ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/11 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Ready meals have been my best friend whilst at university as they are relatively cheap, easy to make and already prepared so there's no messing about with a long recipe or buying loads of different ingredients that I'll only ever use once and then they'll go mouldy at the back of the cupboards (ew!). My favourite curry is Korma because I'm a bit of a wuss when it comes to spicy foods but I love the creaminess of korma so the Tesco Korma was the obvious choice when looking at the selection of Indian ready meals on offer. The curry comes in a cardboard sleeve which has an image of the curry on the front, the cooking instructions and ingredients on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/12/09 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I had one of these Chicken Kormas for my tea last night, I'm not mad keen on frozen curries but I thought this one was yummy and well worth the £1.79 I paid for it. In the meal you get yellow rice, I think that's called pilau rice but have chucked the box now so can't check. There is also the chicken and korma sauce, even when it's still frozen you can see that there's quite a lot of chicken in it and the pieces are a lot bigger than I thought they would be. I cooked mine in the oven and it cooked perfect in the time it says on the box. After a bit you can smell a lovely creamy curry smell in the kitchen and by the time it's cooked you can tell ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/10 (Useful, 36 readings)
We like to try new foods in our house and especially when they come with a good price tag. We have had a few of the normal Birds Eye Curries such as the standard Chicken one and the Beef one, and didn't know it came in another Curry flavouring until we spotted this one about 6 weeks ago in the freezers of Tesco. These meals normally cost around £1.40, but this was on offer for £1 so we thought we would try a couple. I woudln't say that £1.40 is that expensive for a Microwave Curry, but when Asda's one is just as good and costs £1 all the time for the same weight, then you have to think is it worth the extra money? This came in the normal plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/13 (Useful, 17 readings)
I bought this ready meal for myself, hoping it would satisfy my appetite after a busy day. I usually don't eat ready meals, but it was cheaper then a take away. For a £1 in Asda you really can't go wrong. The packaging is very appealing, with a picture on the packaging looking like it came from a take away. The instructions on the packaging were very clear and easy to understand. On visual appearance after being cooked, it looked like a curry I woud make at home. The rice was fluffy looking and the curry looked scrumptous. On tasting the curry it was very bland, I could not taste any of the spices and it did not have a creamy taste. However, the curry did ... Read the complete review
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