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[NSW, ACT, QLD] 50% off Haldiram's Frozen Indian Food Variety (Samosas $5, Stuffed Parathas $3.25) @ Coles (In Selected Stores)

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The current Coles catalogue only lists Haldiram's Samosas as 1/2 price, but I was just in-store at West Ryde (NSW) and other products are 1/2 price as well. Not sure why the Coles website is displaying no frozen products for Haldiram's, even though they are definitely in-store.

Prices are the same as the excellent description in the previous deal.

  • Haldiram's Cocktail Samosa, 20 per pk, 500gm $4.50
  • Haldiram's Punjabi Samosa, 8 per pk, 650gm - $5
  • Haldiram's Hot & Spicy Samosa, 8 per pk, 650gm - $5
  • Haldiram's Aloo Paratha, 4 per pk, 400gm - $3.25
  • Haldiram's Paneer Onion Paratha, 4 per pk, 400gm - $3.25
  • Haldiram's Lachcha Paratha, 6 per pk, 360gm - $3.25
  • Haldiram's Aloo Tikki, 8 per pk, 420gm - $5
  • Haldiram's Masala Vada, 8 per pk, 283gm - $2.62
  • Haldiram's Onion Bhaji, 12 per pk, 283gm - $2.62
  • Haldiram's Spinach Pakora, 12 per pk, 283gm - $2.62
  • Haldiram's Idli, 6 per pk, 283gm - $2.62
  • Haldiram's Medu Vada, 8 per pk, 283gm - $2.62

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Comments

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    Which sauce goes best with these?

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    It's very good price but it's not as good as the one from Costco. It could be my personal preference!

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      it's not as good

      in what way?

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        Can't ask questions like that until they make up their mind.

        It could be my personal preference!

        All we know so far, is that it's in the running.

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    Top Brand Name in India

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        Coles

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    The punjabi samosas (pictured) are amazing for what they are, nice kick to them too. Come out quite nicely in the air fryer.

    Can also vouch for the parathas, especially the paneer ones

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      I tried in an Air Fryer once.. I didnt come out good… how did u do it?

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        The best result with Indian frozen snacks if you deep fry them straight from freezer

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          Why did you get downvoted without explanation? Have an upvote

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        I microwave first to defrost, then finish it off in the air fryer. Comes out crunchy. Hard to compare to deep fried but still very nice.

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          Microwaving first sounds like a good idea

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            @morediscount: Microwave at 70% power taking longer time, full power makes the coating soft. 4 samosas at 90 secs before baking in an oven at 180c

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        I didnt come out good…

        I'm sure you didn't lol

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          well … it was one of 'those' days

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      Completely agree! I picked up a bunch of these Haldirams branded frozen foods that were discounted in Coles while ago. Stuck them straight into Philips Airfryer and they all came out perfectly cooked and crispy. Well worth a go, especially trying all the included weird and wonderful sauces in the packs.

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        Let's not call Indian sauces weird. Some are definitely a 'miss' though.

        You've sold me on these Haldiram snacks, will give them a go!

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      I put it on Webber bbq on lowest setting for about 10 mins. Keep on turning and turns out great and crisp. Do them with paratas. I do have 2 high end air fryers but doing it on Webber is much quicker and can do a larger quantity for the entire family at one go and don’t have to pay for demand electricity charges doing in the evening.

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    Any store in WA stocks these

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      Only if they have been selected?

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    Hey, does anyone know how to support India and Brazil financially? We are living in a very fortunate country where Coronavirus cases are so low comparing to the rest of the world. Should we buy less and use the money to support those who need it?

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      Buy this deal if you want support India

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      I've recently donated $100 USD to Khalsa Aid. They're a pretty good organisation and very active in helping the situation in India. Website and more details here

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        not sure why i got negged but ok cool.

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          you probably got negged by certain blind followers of 'You Know Who' ..if you know what I mean

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      Most of the major charities have emergency appeals for India - e.g. Unicef, Care, World Vision, Save the Children etc

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      Purchase products made there, to support their export business. It's about all they have.

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    Thanks OP! Most of these are gluten free (may contain but who cares) so my coeliac partner is very happy when I come home with a bag of these.

    • +2 votes

      By definition, wouldn't your coeliac partner care?

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        Yeah I follow her lead on this one and she's cool with 'may contain'.

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    Bought several items marked as 'medium' with a slight worry they would be spicy… turned out to be the most bland none spicy things we'd bought in years.

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    This brand is a very big renowned brand in India.

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    I tried this and found the shop bought ones are much nicer

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    Any store in Victoria is selected?

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    Coles Australia Fair (QLD) had Punjabi and Hot & Spicy samosas tonight but there weren't many there.

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    Roses are red, violets are crap, PS how can she slap.

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    The Onion Bhajis are also great (if done in the deep fryer). I've tried making them from scratch, and they are okay (and cheaper), but not as good as these. I've also found them better than Raj's Corner.
    The Spinach Pakoras are also delicious, as well as the stuffed Potato Balls.

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    I think this is only in NSW. In Victoria Sabrini & Vadilal is ½ price.

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      It'a in Qld too.

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    Bad news. I think Coles are discontinuing their frozen stuff.