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Sainsbury's Thai Green Chicken Curry

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Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Chicken

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      02.11.2009 17:43
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      I'm finding that I buy quite a few things from Sainsbury's thesedays We have a branch about 20 minutes walk from the house, and it is on the main road for me to go to work, or to head into the town. Asda and Tesco are over the other side of the town, so we tend to nip in here more often. Yes, I will still say this shop is quite expensive, but I am surprised by some of the offers and cheaper range in here.

      There is a small chilled section of Indian and Thai meals in our local, so I decided to try this. I like Curry, but prefer it a bit more mild than a right spicy Curry. I like Thai Green as there is so many different flavours, and it doesn't just blow your head off!

      This meal is 400g and consists of White Rice and the Chicken Curry. It wasn't cheap at £3.29, but I got it for £2.29 as it was to be used the next day. I don't think I would pay all that for the meal, as it isn't worth all that for me!

      The meal had 354 calories and 4.1g fat, so it's pretty good for you in that respect.

      You just chuck the meal in the Microwave for 5 minutes. You can freeze the meal, but the cooking instructions are slightly different.

      Once the meal is cooked it looked and smelt lovely. The Rice was nice and fluffy wih a slight sticky texture to it. The Chicken Breast chunks were large and juicy, and the Veg mixed through was Sweetcorn, Spinach and Red Peppers. The Rice and Curry are in seperate sections, so I just spooned the Rice onto a plate, and then poured the Cury over it. The Sauce was quite thick, but soaked into the Rice and it was all lovely.

      This was nice as the Meat was tender, the Veg was enough, but not too much, and the Sauce had a kick to it, which being quite subtle as well.

      Nice, but I wouldn't pay the full price, as I don't think it is quite worth it.

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