Knorr Sizzle 'n Stir Curry Reviews
Product Type: Knorr Sauces / Soups
Description:Type: Savoury Sauces / A curry mix in two parts - one to fry the meat in first, then another with the main sauce.
Newest Review: ... are very careful when you are removing this wrapper: I found out too late that it has the instructions printed on it, the ... more
by - written on 07/04/09 (Very useful, 273 readings)
Ooh I love these . We had the Korma version for dinner over the weekend, and the best thing is, I thought they had disappeared: We managed to find some in Home Bargains at a reduced price (sorry I don't know how much because my other half picked up the bill!) I always used to get them from the supermarkets but they seem to have stopped having them in lately, I don't know why. This sauce comes in two parts, and the two jars are held together securely in a tightly wrapped plastic seal in order that you can get it home in one piece. If you have never used one of these before, I would recommend that you are very careful when you are ... Read the complete review
by GOBLIN UNDER THE BRICK BRIDGE - written on 17/01/09
i love the knorr korma sauce, i eat it all the time with some side lettuce and lemon added on top its most delightful, i think it is the best money can buy on the market today!!
by - written on 18/07/06 (Very useful, 2522 readings)
At least once a week my boyfriend starts to whine "let's have a curry...I want a curry...We haven't had OUR curry in ages.." Yes, a whole 6 days since we had a curry. Using the word 'our' will not give it the traditional sharing, caring, important aspect of Christmas or Easter - curry night is not a festival that requires me to observe it. I like curry, don't get me wrong, but just lately it seems a hassle. The boyfriend is particular about curry. It has to be from the curry house on the Henley Road because they use 'proper chicken'; we have to think about it carefully, discuss it, find a menu before ordering; it has to come with several side orders ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/12/03, updated on 18/12/03 (Very useful, 1535 readings)
Product: Knorr Sizzle n' Stir (Korma and Balti varieties) Price: Around £1.89 (although i got 2 for this price as they were on special offer) Serves: Two Intro: ------- I've tried many many curry-in-a-jar type efforts lately and have largely been disappointed. They are usually either too hot or too sweet, or too salty. I've never been able to capture that proper restaurant curry taste (although maybe it's more the alcohol-fuelled atmosphere that adds to going out for a curry than the food itself!). Packaging: ------------- The packaging is very different to normal products of this type, as it consists of ... Read the complete review
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