Tesco Bombay Potato Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Potato
Newest Review: ... is also very good. Of course it can't match Bombay potato from an Indian restaurant, but it is a very tasty ready meal. The ... more
by - written on 15/11/10 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I like to make my own curries, and I'm not bad at it, but I also like ready meal curries for their taste and ease to make. As a vegetarian I sometimes find that there isn't an actual curry which I can have, but only side dishes like Bombay potato and aloo gobi saag. This is not a problem - even if there is a veggie curry, I quite often choose one of these as I love them so much. Tesco Bombay Potato comes in a 300g pot which says it serves two - this is as a guide for a side dish, so one pot does me fine for a main meal. It costs £1.35 for a pack. The most common way to heat this up is to use the microwave, which takes around 5 minutes, however I don't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I am a real fan of Indian food and some times I like nothing more than to pick up a takeaway supermarket curry, naan, rice and Bombay potatoes and leave it all in the fridge. It usually lasts there about a day before I crack and end up placing everything in the oven and almost foaming at the mouth of the gorgeous feast that I am about to consume. Now I am generous and I usually share this with my wonderful fiancé, Tom, who shares my love of all things Indian! These Bombay potatoes are similar to ones I have purchased from other supermarkets in the past in that they come provided in a plastic tray with a plastic film seal and over the top is a large paper ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Tesco Bombay Potato costs £1.17 for a 300g pot from the chilled section in Tesco. They do some great bits in the chilled ready meal section for take-away style meals on the cheap. This is great served with a selection of curry, rice, naan bread and Indian snacks like onion bahjjis and samosas. I tend to get a different mix everytime we have one of these kinds of meals, but nearly always wind up with Bombay Potato as it's my favourite side dish. The Tesco version is really tasty in my opinion. It's not entirely true to the original Indian style of cooking, but I can't help but not care about that a whole lot. I don't care if something is 'authentic' or ... Read the complete review
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