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Reviewing The New Patak’s Frozen Curry Range

by S1m
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Recently we were sent quite a few Patak’s Frozen Curry Range meals to enjoy in a curry evening with buddies. Well, we weren’t just going to sit back and make it a normal curry evening were we?

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Oh no, we combined curry evening with a Halloween party, much to the delight of the children… and the adults when silly string was on offer!

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The frozen curries are part of a new range from Patak’s and come complete with a portion of pilau rice and a portion of curry in a 425g pot. You can choose from 6 different curries: Beef Madras, Chicken Korma, Chicken Vindaloo, Chicken Tikka Masala, King Prawn Balti and Vegetable Jalfrezi.

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The curries can be cooked in an oven for 40 minutes or cooked in a microwave in 10 minutes… much better for those who are hungry!

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There is no denying that the curries are tasty, I had the pleasure of tucking into a Chicken Tikka Masala which actually, for a frozen meal was really quite delicious and full of flavour. The rice, which had had a little extra water poured in whilst cooking in the oven, was quite fluffy and complemented the curry well.

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My only complaint is that there is not enough curry in the portions. It just felt as if there wasn’t as much substance as one comes to expect from a curry – however when the RRP of the dish is £2 per pack from Tesco, you really cannot grumble… however you may want to feast on a few starters too to fill you up.

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Mini Me quite happily tucked into a Chicken Korma – not something I tend to cook as I dislike coconut and claimed it was a really nice curry and carried on chomping. Fortunately we are curry lovers in our house and I had no doubt that Mini Me who is 7 years old would love the curry.

Everyone sat around Jenny’s kitchen table was certainly quiet whilst eating, a momentous occasion for once and the different curries eaten were enjoyed… we just could have eaten more! Would I buy them? Yes, however I would have to add extra into the curry… or buy two!

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1 comment

Jenny @ thebrickcastle October 4, 2016 - 9:14 pm

It was lovely to have you both round for tea and a party – they were so easy to just throw in the oven. We must do it more often!! 🙂

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