Quorn Tikka Masala
Quorn Tikka Masala
is It ?
some spicy Indian Orange Sauce. With Rice.
to find it
cabinet, local supermarket. In the Quorn section NOT the Indian meal
||Not too bad.
Certainly not as popular as Sainsbury's own brand "Vegetable
Madras". The inclusion of Quorn is a serious off-putting ingredient
for many sad vegetarians seeking a tasty meal for the evening.
pick. Bemuddlement recommends
- Pashwari Naan
- Vegetable Samosa's
- Onion Bhaji's
||If you have
white, then go for it. Otherwise a standard raid on the red wine box can
be recommended. Our Bemuddlement wine experts strongly advise the
purchase of a vacuum stopper, wine sealer. Whilst half a bottle may not
be enough...a whole one defiantly is.
- Quorn takes 20 mins
- Naan's take 5-6 mins
- Samosa's take 12 mins
This means that slamming all the food in and returning
20 mins later, will result in Crispy Naans and Samosa's. Whilst Samosa's
do benefit from slight overcooking, the Pashwari Naan's end up like
biscuits. Bathing not recommended whilst preparing this meal, unless you
wish to get out half-way through to insert Samosa's and Bread into oven.
Whilst Quorn Tikka Masala may survive overcooking, the
rice certainly won't.....listen out for a distinctive 'tinkling sound'
of rice hitting the plate...this is a sure warning sign.
Remember YOU KEEP THE FILM ON the Tikka Masala, but do
remember to pierce before cooking, and REMOVE before eating.
Fresh from the
fridge, Sainsbury's Quorn Tikka Masala. Note that it comes with
rice for ultimate convienience. Remember to pierce film. DO NOT be
put off by condensation inside packet unless more than three days
past use-by date.
||505 + Naan
(224 per loaf) + Samosa's (124 each) + Onion Bhaji's (Approx 150 each) +
Once again, the Naan breads calories are quoted"
per half Bread". Samosa's come in packs of four, Bhaji's in
packs of six. Serious calorific abuse.
Quorn in separate compartments, but doesn't look very nice and the plastic
film is often hard to remove. Remnants of polyethylene can be off-putting.
See Figure 2 for the ideal Serving Suggestion.
Despite the extra
washing up caused, our Bemuddlement Chef strongly recommends that
Quorn Tikki Masala, it also prevents needless spillage of Masala
sauce onto the tray, as the rice acts a boundary.
recommends classic Woody Allan ("Annie Hall" or "Manhattan").
If it's Wednesday night and late, why not combine with Simon Bate's
excellent review of the next day's papers on Sky News (11:45pm).
Bemuddlement Chef here chose the Naan Bread (Pashwari) and Samosa
(Vegetable) options, beautifully served and presented, with large
glass of Sauvignon/Shiraz South African blended wine...fresh from
the Wine Box.