Hopefully from a normal supermarket,Asda etc 'cos i don't have a lot of spare time to hunt around. Click here to get started. If you happen to venture into Sheffield, go down London Road. (if you don’t have a spiralizer you can grate the courgette or use noodles), Quarter your baby corn, slice your spring onion and spinach, Put a tsp of oil in each bowl, add all your raw veggies and then pour your broth over the top, Blend up all of your ingredients and leave in fridge to chill. yep asda have an amazing range of herbs and spices as for the papaya lidl sell papya hun good luck with it:thumbsup: couldnt find the paste stuff, got some papaya from sainsburys. We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. I prefer to shop in store not online and ideally I'd buy the following in one weekly trip (maybe I could get meat separately and toiletries etc. Put your own text advert here and link it to your site for just £10+VAT per week. It's easy! need tamarind paste & green papaya for a Thai dish. POSTS ON THIS FORUM ARE NOT ACTIVELY MONITORED. For this recipe we used Lidl’s spinach (£0.79) and baby corn (£0.69). Anyone else have no fucker who wants to bubble with them over Christmas? I quite like there and Lidl (again no parking). Just moved and we now have Sainsbury/Tesco/Lidl/Aldi/Asda/Waitrose.I can't be bothered to visit all of them so I'm asking here. This can easily be added to smoothies, sauces and cakes. Share with Tangle Teezer - £100 voucher to be won, Talk widget showing discussions of the day & trending threads, Subscribe to Mumsnet emails direct to your inbox. Aldi all the way for me. Return the tamarind paste to the saucepan and add the cumin, chaat masala (if using), ginger, chilli powder and sugar. I shop for veg in Waitrose and the obscure and not so obscure spices and things. never mind apparently lime juice works well in place of tamarind.cheers all. Hopefully from a normal supermarket,Asda etc cos i … 1 spring onion. You all know we love seamoss, so this recipe wouldn’t be complete without it. I tend to shop weekly at Lidl and then just get the more unusual items from either Tesco or Sainsburys once a month. Niru Tamarind Paste 454G. SR Rajj on the main drag of Pitsmoor are also quite good, they sell a lot of Carribean stuff aswell as middle eastern. Just after it swings left downhill from the fork with Abbeydale Road (going out of town), there's a little corner shop whose name I forget. You can get some free range chicken in Lidl and organic eggs though. They had about the same amount of spice as the veggie ones, though, and the Tamarind is just as good as the stuff in … Waitrose I find ok but overpriced. Aldi does free range chicken as breasts and whole chickens. I tend to alternate the supermarkets weekly.I buy most of my toiletries online as my hubby has a skin condition and we have to use plant based unfragranced shower gel and shampoo and we use faith in nature HTH, Personally I don't like Tesco or Asda. Although I have got almost every spice I've ever wanted from Asda, including Tamarind paste, I don't think i've ever seen green papaya in there, or any other ordinary supermarket. Would cost me double, easily. Powered by Invision Community. I've seen green (unripened) papaya in waitrose. Either Aldi or Lidl supply my basics such as pasta/rice/chopped toms etc. Simmer for 10 minutes, Spiralize your courgette. For those that don’t know, Seamoss contains 15 of the 16 essential minerals that you need to function healthily. I don't think you will get organic meat, MSC certified fish, tamarind paste and mirin in Aldi and Lidl. You would have to get your obscure ingredients from another supermarket but you could bulk buy them you don’t have to go every week. 2 tbs tamarind concentrate. We added some mint from our urban garden and a kiwi, to Lidl’s price drop gaia melon (£0.99) and easy peeler satsumas.(£0.65). After the tamarind use and its properties become popular in Asia and Africa, it was known during the middle age in all Europe. To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to new features see fewer ads, and support Mumsnet. High welfare meat/msc fish - organic chicken is avaliable in Aldi/Lidl but also all of the other supermarkets. Tel. need tamarind paste & green papaya for a Thai dish. : 0800 977 7766* / 0370 444 1234* (*Calls only within the UK.
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