Patak's Jalfrezi Cooking Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Pataks Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Pataks / Type: Sauces
Newest Review: ... 500g jar in my local Asda store (its also available in other good supermarkets too!). The jar glass has a purply coloured ... more
by - written on 13/01/13 (Very useful, 116 readings)
One of my great loves in life is eating curry. Course when finances allow I order one in or go out but its pricey and I can't afford to do too often so I make my own at least a couple of times a week. Saying that I make my own I do mean with some sort of cooking sauce cos quite frankly when it comes to the complexity of making a curry I'm baffled at where to start so I cheat! I usually love Patak sauces and they are the brand I buy the most often and this was one I bought a few weeks ago and used last week and it cost me £1.76 for a 500g jar in my local Asda store (its also available in other good supermarkets too!). The jar glass has a purply ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/12 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Buying this product was a spur of the moment decision, Im sure I picked it up for £1 on offer from ASDA, we had some left over chicken and didnt know what do with it, wandering around ASDA I decided on a curry and my partner would have what ever I decided to make. After the careful consideration standing in front of the end of the aisle offers for about five minutes looking for the flavour that sounded the most appealing I decided on the Jalfrezi. I dont really like spice but it said it was a medium but I thought Id give it a go, meet my partner in the middle as he likes vindaloo, and that was definitely not on the cards. I normally go for the sharwoods curry sauces as .. Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 208 readings)
====================== PATAKS - JALFREZI ====================== I love Indian Cuisine so much so that I like to experiment in the kitchen and make my own. However been a Man, I think? It can seem such a chore at times, so the handy sauces from the cupboard come into play. I brought a Patak's 500g jar of Jalfrezi Sauce from my local Morrison's store on offer at just a £1 which I thought was a bargain as it normally retails for about £1.89. So much so that I brought a range of Patak's sauces. ============================= PACKAGING ============================= The Jar is very colourful and stand's out against it's ... Read the complete review
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