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URGENT HELP-making simple indian cuisine to bring into school tomorrow!! Watch

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    Basically we do this MUNGA(model united nations general assembly) in my sixth form every year and my form class got India. I totally forgot and I need something really easy/quick to make that I can bring in to sell to people for charity..
    some kind of food that is....like I dunno Naan bread..really lost here! and the school budget is a tenner =/, so yeah, go wild...
    thanks
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    Salad. From 6 months ago. As long as it was in your fridge. Done.
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    Ring your local indian.

    Pros:
    Requires very little effort

    Cons:
    Must take out of packaging
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    (Original post by FattyInNeed)
    Salad. From 6 months ago. As long as it was in your fridge. Done.
    Fail of a joke, next.

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    ahh good idea, where can I get a good amount of them for a tenner though?
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    Ring your local indian.

    Pros:
    Requires very little effort

    Cons:
    Must take out of packaging
    Lol, if only it were so simple...i've only got a tenner and need a decent amount of food..
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    (Original post by Wilzyy)
    Fail of a joke, next.



    ahh good idea, where can I get a good amount of them for a tenner though?


    Lol, if only it were so simple...i've only got a tenner and need a decent amount of food..
    tesco deli xD
    i bought some the other day
    like 60p each
    bargaiinnnn!
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    (Original post by DesignFreak)
    tesco deli xD
    i bought some the other day
    like 60p each
    bargaiinnnn!
    Ah wicked are they sold hot e.g. ready to eat ?
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    well i haven't had food poisoning yet.
    you can probably warm them up i'm guessing.
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    (Original post by DesignFreak)
    well i haven't had food poisoning yet.
    you can probably warm them up i'm guessing.
    I'm not sure if we're allowed to heat them up in school due to some kind of health +safety bullcrap.
    I just wanna know if they're good to go like that lol...so are they ?
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    yeah! they're fine, i ate them straight away after buying some yesterday.
    all the deli stuff is ready to eat (:
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    (Original post by DesignFreak)
    yeah! they're fine, i ate them straight away after buying some yesterday.
    all the deli stuff is ready to eat (:
    I'm sorted then, thanks a lot!!! xD
 
 
 
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