In-house Copywriter at Camberwell Film Studios. Loves writing about advertising and technology. Has worked with Contagious Magazine, The Upcoming, Creative Orchestra, Triton Communications, All India Radio, etc.
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Published November 6th 2012
I still remember my first day in UK when I went out shopping at a small Tesco in Falmouth. Trying to put one and one together to figure out what to buy. It was hard actually, because even though I had lived away from home for a couple of years, I had rarely cooked at home. The thing with living in India is, you can find good Indian food delivered everyday at your doorstep - well doh!
So after living for over two years in UK and after trying out many of the 'so called' Indian restaurants, I have come to a conclusion - if you want to eat authentic and cheap, buy ready to eat!
I know anyone would like to have a good Indian dinner but the costs prevent them from enjoying it every other day. So I am putting together this guide to some of the tried and tested authentic ready to eat stuff I have found in London.
To cook the above stuff, all you would need is a microwave (or a pan) and a healthy appetite. Some of you might wonder why I have put just two store names in there, even when you can find Indian food in almost all the stores; the reason is simple - either they don't sell an authentic taste or they sell it at a ridiculously high price.
I hope you find this guide helpful. Comments are always welcome!