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Old 21.08.2011, 19:36
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Haldirams 'Instant' Curry

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My weekend cookup.. I have this reheated (or just stone cold.. yummy) for lunch over the week Mon-Thur. Obviously there is a large pot of this curry when everything is mixed. Cost is... < 10 CHF! Prep time < 30mins.

If it is too spicy, even 'diluted' with all the extras added, my wife adds cheese. She is Swiss. I am a cheesykiwi. It must be love.

We have 8 varieties(?!) of Haldirams in the cupboard.

Question: Is there such a thing as Haldriums for Thai Curry?

CK
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Re: Haldirams 'Instant' Curry

Haldirams is an Indian brand. I doubt if they will have Thai curry. You never know though...
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Re: Haldirams 'Instant' Curry

Nyonais, let me rephrase that.
Question: Is there a similar 'instant' curry for Thai?

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Nyonais, let me rephrase that.
Question: Is there a similar 'instant' curry for Thai?

CK
Migros' brand Anna's best has a few Thai curries in the cool (not frozen) section, just heat and eat. However no where near authentic Thai
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