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Allinsons Strong White Bread Flour 1.5kg £0.62 Half Price @ Asda

£0.62 @ George (Asda George)
Just stocked up on a few bags of this breadflour at Asda..Its ideal for hand baking and bread machines. It says it is half price on the shelf but is currently selling for more than double the price e… Read More
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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Just stocked up on a few bags of this breadflour at Asda..Its ideal for hand baking and bread machines. It says it is half price on the shelf but is currently selling for more than double the price elsewhere. Supermarket own brand breadflour can be bought for about 68p normal price (for 1.5kg) but this is an excellent price for a premium brand. Not sure if this is also online.
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#1
Hi - not available on my online shop. Nearest thing is this from Allinson:
Premium bread flour 1.5KG
£1.43

Ta anyway.
#2
libertysurf
Hi - not available on my online shop. Nearest thing is this from Allinson:
Premium bread flour 1.5KG
£1.43

Ta anyway.


Must be instore only.
#3
Found this in Trowbridge ASDA but not used yet, still on my stock of ASDA own brand bread flour bought at 48p. Noticed that LIDL now do 1.5 kilo bread flour for 75p, supposed to be very good, but not bought any yet.

Breadmaking TIPS - Always sieve flour - vast improvement
Mix dough and keep in fridge for 24 hours, knock back (flatten it) and then rise slowly overnight before baking
#4
regcar
Found this in Trowbridge ASDA but not used yet, still on my stock of ASDA own brand bread flour bought at 48p. Noticed that LIDL now do 1.5 kilo bread flour for 75p, supposed to be very good, but not bought any yet.

Breadmaking TIPS - Always sieve flour - vast improvement
Mix dough and keep in fridge for 24 hours, knock back (flatten it) and then rise slowly overnight before baking


cheers for the tips - does the fridge thing apply when using a bread maker ? :?
1 Like #5
Yes - I just use the bread maker to mix the dough (Panasonic)

Good luck - I also use 2 desert spoons of olive oil instead of butter/fat - otherwise it is the ordinary white dough recipe from the Panasonic book. Cooking in the oven seems to change the taste compared to the bread maker.
#6
regcar
Yes - I just use the bread maker to mix the dough (Panasonic)

Good luck - I also use 2 desert spoons of olive oil instead of butter/fat - otherwise it is the ordinary white dough recipe from the Panasonic book. Cooking in the oven seems to change the taste compared to the bread maker.


cool, thanks for that. I literally inherited one the other day ! Yet to use it but looking forward to giving it a try :)

rep added :thumbsup:
#7
1.5kg of white flour for £0.62 ? no thanks i can get 18kg bags for just under 7 pounds .. whats that bout 40p a kg ?
wouldnt ever use a bread maker ... mind u i am a baker by trade

regcar ... if u want to make a sour dough just put the dough in a warm place for about 4 hours instead of leaving overnite you get the same effect
#8
[QUOTE=diopio]1.5kg of white flour for £0.62 ? no thanks i can get 18kg bags for just under 7 pounds .. whats that bout 40p a kg ?
wouldnt ever use a bread maker ... mind u i am a baker by trade

Anyone can buy anything cheaper In Bulk!!!!!! Wouldnt like to store 18kg of flour at any one time!
#9
diopio - thanks for the tip - not sure if I am trying to make sourdough bread, but just a lighter, but still moist texture (if that is not a contradiction in terms). I agree that your flour is a good deal and just shows what a ripoff some supermarket bread flour is. Nearly £2 a bag in Somerfields, yet some people do not have any choice of supermarket. I am fairly lucky having most of them nearby and I certainly try and pick the better offers. What I cannot find is good brown flour at a really good price.

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