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ASDA Extra Special Roast potatoes with goose fat & thyme 460G £1.00.

£1.00 @ George (Asda George)
ASDA Extra Special Roast potatoes with goose fat & thyme 460G , These usually sell for around £2, which is what the equivalent sell for in Tesco, at the moment. For people in a hurry and don't have t…
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ASDA Extra Special Roast potatoes with goose fat & thyme 460G , These usually sell for around £2, which is what the equivalent sell for in Tesco, at the moment.
For people in a hurry and don't have time to prepeare roasties, or have limited cooking facilities these a perfect and good price too.
Instore and online.
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#1
Cholesterol cocktail. Yummy!
#2
cb-uk
Cholesterol cocktail. Yummy!


Hey we're all going to die. Enjoy fatty spuds while you can! ;-)
#3
cb-uk;4243912
Cholesterol cocktail. Yummy!


id be more concerned with the amount of E number ingredients
#4
Has anyone tried these? I have tried some of their ready prepared veggies in the little foil tins before. No matter how long I left them in in the oven they were still rock hard. Can't imagine what they'd been treated with.:x
#5
MAIA
Has anyone tried these? I have tried some of their ready prepared veggies in the little foil tins before. No matter how long I left them in in the oven they were still rock hard. Can't imagine what they'd been treated with.:x


They got top marks in the Telegraph when they were reviewing Christmas food - I went to Asda to get some for Christmas dinner but they were sold out :x

They compared quite a few and the Asda ones were the winner. Voted hot
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MAIA
Has anyone tried these? I have tried some of their ready prepared veggies in the little foil tins before. No matter how long I left them in in the oven they were still rock hard. Can't imagine what they'd been treated with.:x

Not bad at all, tried some tonight, getting ready for having limited cooking facilities due to moving house. A basic worktop type oven and microwave, no hob, stove, grill fan oven:cry:
They came out well, and for a £1 will go back and get some more:thumbsup:
#7
MAIA
Has anyone tried these? I have tried some of their ready prepared veggies in the little foil tins before. No matter how long I left them in in the oven they were still rock hard. Can't imagine what they'd been treated with.:x

Turn the oven on?
#8
these are terrible quality potatoes and you are better going to farmfoods and getting them for £1.29 and they taste far far better in bigger bag too
#9
Besford
Turn the oven on?


Nice! :-D
#10
scotlandgolfer
these are terrible quality potatoes and you are better going to farmfoods and getting them for £1.29 and they taste far far better in bigger bag too


Aren't you actually better buying fresh potatoes, goose fat and thyme and doing it yourself? :?
#11
Personally I cant see whats so diificult with boiling a few spuds then chucking them in hot oil in the oven for half an hour?:shock:
#12
daveydave
Personally I cant see whats so diificult with boiling a few spuds then chucking them in hot oil in the oven for half an hour?:shock:



Neither can I, if I had a hob at the mo :thumbsup:
1 Like #13
@tinkerbell28:

Try your local freecycle. I am sure you can get a second hand hob for free! (just be wary with the gas ones re gas leaks etc, and for the lectric ones ensure you have it wired up correctly).
just google freecycle than the name of your location.
#14
cb-uk
Cholesterol cocktail. Yummy!


"Goose Fat is also rich in Oleic acid C18.1 (a specific type of monounsaturated fatty acid) which can lower blood cholesterol levels. Goose fat contains on average 58% oleic acid, C18.1, and is generally higher in comparison to other animal fats."

healthier than lard anyway!
#15
Trickyjabs
Aren't you actually better buying fresh potatoes, goose fat and thyme and doing it yourself? :?


Some people are very busy and can't spare 2 minutes to do it themselves
;-)
#16
breadfred
@tinkerbell28:

Try your local freecycle. I am sure you can get a second hand hob for free! (just be wary with the gas ones re gas leaks etc, and for the lectric ones ensure you have it wired up correctly).
just google freecycle than the name of your location.


Thankyou very much for your kindness have some rep:) Luckily it's only temporary as I am moving house, so have to survive without a cooker for a few days. Can't take it with us as we will have a fitted kitchen and no real room to store it.
I am sure that info will really help some people though, so thanks :thumbsup:
#17
Goose fat?! So this is some conspiracy to pass off non-veg food as veg?! Blasphemy!

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