Tesco 'Value' Chicken Curry With Vegetables Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Chicken
Newest Review: ... in my Tesco for 53p, which is a good saving compared to the £1.39 of a brand up. Opening the tin, there was a nice curry ... more
by - written on 05/05/09, updated on 05/05/09 (Very useful, 178 readings)
Of late I've been trying to eat a little bit more. I tend to forget to eat or not be bothered the majority of the time. This is due to not being the worlds most wonderful cook, not being motivated to cook for one and really for me food is food and I don't enjoy it really but have to eat lol! So when mooching around Tesco I decided that I would try this out. Not just cos it was cheap but I've never had a curry out of a tin before and was just interested to try it if the truth be told lol. The Packaging.... Not as depicted in the review photograph at the top of this page at it has recently changed slightly. It's still a 392g tin with white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I like to buy things like this just to dump over some Chips or in a Baked Potato, as it makes a cheap and tasty filling. I had never tried this one before, but due to the price I thought it was worth a try. This is from tesco's Value range and cost a bargain 31p when I bought it. A good price for a 392g tin. The packaging wasn't that nice, but since it is a budget brand, I wasn't expecting something nice. It is a plain white label with the Tesco Value tag at the top. The only colours on this is blue, and the red of the writing on the tin. There is a little picture of the Curry, but I found it odd to have this picture as it was all in blue and didn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
I'm a big fan of curry. I used to eat mild curries when I was a kid & still like a medium spiced meal like a Bhuna or a Dopiaza today. The only problem is that my wife can't eat them so I don't get to have them very often & they have to be for one person. The Tesco value chicken curry is not a bad curry sauce. It tends to sell for between 40p - 50p in my local Tesco & goes very well with rice making a quick curry very possible. It does contain actual chicken in the form of chunks. It also has chunks of vegetable like carrots in it. There is quite a lot of sauce in it too. The sauce is thick & not water thin however I don't think ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/12 (Useful, 57 readings)
I have been eating a brand up from this product for some time now and really enjoy it as a quick and easy tea with some boil in the bag rice. So, when I saw a brand down on the shelf, I thought I'd give it a go. It is currently retailing in my Tesco for 53p, which is a good saving compared to the £1.39 of a brand up. Opening the tin, there was a nice curry smell and it looked appetising. No layer of grease or manky dried bits around the top. I tipped it into a microwaveable saucepan and put it one for 2.5 minutes. During cooking it exploded rather in the microwave, flipping the saucepan lid off with its force! Just watch out for that. Once cooked I ... Read the complete review
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