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ASDA Fajita Dinner Kit (475g) £1.00

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
ASDA Fajita Dinner Kit was 1.76£ now 1£.
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#1
I actually picked one of these up tonight thinking it was the normal price?

I had pick up the Old El Paso one and thought, what the heck I'll try there own for half the price.

Not tried it yet though, so may regret that......

Hot IF its any good, IF its reduced in price, not voting until I confirm both....:thumbsup:
#2
It is worth it for just a pound.
#3
Just had fajitas for our tea, great value. A pound of chicken, some baby corn and mangetout and a bit of grated cheese. A family meal for around a fiver. Lovely!
#4
andynicol

Hot IF its any good, IF its reduced in price, not voting until I confirm both....



Fussy eater.
#5
Tescos variant of this is also £1! Not sure if this was an offer/normal price I just remember buying it last night!
#6
DiscoRhino
Fussy eater.


Not at all.

I'm just saying that until I've tried it, I won't vote.

Once I've tried it (tonight in fact) I'll vote and comment accordingly.

Unless of course you would like me to vote on something I've not tried.......
#7
I have had these in the past when they are on offer, and they are pretty much as good as the el paso ones in my opinion!
#8
andynicol

Unless of course you would like me to vote on something I've not tried.......


Yeah, pretty much.
#9
DiscoRhino
Yeah, pretty much.


you are obviously on the wind up ?

how can someone possibly vote a food deal hot or cold without trying said product?

if it was 10p and I didn't like it, I would vote cold.

if it was £2.50 like the market leader, and I like it better, I would vote it hot.

voting something hot or cold without trying it is giving folks the wrong impression.


p.s. can't wait to try them now, just to satisfy you and vote either way.....
#10
lmao. i am infact cooking this right as we speak, i just logged on to hukd and i see this =]. they are amazing if cooked right =]
#11
we had fajitas tonight for tea, however - got wraps on offer from morrisions buy 1 get one free - so one frozen, and made up the fajita flavouring from lots of house hold spices (just google the recipe). so all in all a cheaper deal if you make your own flavouring and get the wraps on offer!!!
#12
I've had these before and prefer them to the branded ones.
Nice avatar by the way skm21!
#13
theyre pretty good, i bought a few of them last week
#14
I assumed they were always this price as they have been everytime i've been in ASDA! Prefer them to the dolmio pack :D
#15
oo sounds good to me, but now i want fajitas!!!
#16
andynicol
you are obviously on the wind up ?

how can someone possibly vote a food deal hot or cold without trying said product?

if it was 10p and I didn't like it, I would vote cold.

if it was £2.50 like the market leader, and I like it better, I would vote it hot.

voting something hot or cold without trying it is giving folks the wrong impression.


p.s. can't wait to try them now, just to satisfy you and vote either way.....


:thinking:But I don't understand....it's called HotUkDeals not 'onlyhotifyoulikeitdeals' regardless of if something tastes nice to me personally or not, if it's a good deal then it gets a hot vote. I hate mangoes but if they're 29p in Lidl that's obviously a hot vote, but I love apples so if someone posts they're £1 in Asda, but they're only 50p in Tesco, then the £1 Asda deal is cold.

It's the same logic that you're meant to apply to every deal no matter what it is.................
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andynicol
I actually picked one of these up tonight thinking it was the normal price?

I had pick up the Old El Paso one and thought, what the heck I'll try there own for half the price.

Not tried it yet though, so may regret that......

Hot IF its any good, IF its reduced in price, not voting until I confirm both....:thumbsup:


DiscoRhino
Fussy eater.


andynicol
Not at all.

I'm just saying that until I've tried it, I won't vote.

Once I've tried it (tonight in fact) I'll vote and comment accordingly.

Unless of course you would like me to vote on something I've not tried.......


DiscoRhino
Yeah, pretty much.


andynicol
you are obviously on the wind up ?

how can someone possibly vote a food deal hot or cold without trying said product?

if it was 10p and I didn't like it, I would vote cold.

if it was £2.50 like the market leader, and I like it better, I would vote it hot.

voting something hot or cold without trying it is giving folks the wrong impression.


p.s. can't wait to try them now, just to satisfy you and vote either way.....


Can confirm they are good.

Slightly hotter (spicier) than the Old El Paso kits we normally get, but me likey.

Wife on the other hand doesn't like food too spicy so she no likey.

:thumbsup:
#18
pugw$sh
Just had fajitas for our tea, great value. A pound of chicken, some baby corn and mangetout and a bit of grated cheese. A family meal for around a fiver. Lovely!


Mangetout Rodney, mangetout

Chicken + peppers + old el passo bbq mix + some wraps from the supermarket, jobs a goodun. What's in these packs then?
#19
choc-chic
:thinking:But I don't understand....it's called HotUkDeals not 'onlyhotifyoulikeitdeals' regardless of if something tastes nice to me personally or not, if it's a good deal then it gets a hot vote. I hate mangoes but if they're 29p in Lidl that's obviously a hot vote, but I love apples so if someone posts they're £1 in Asda, but they're only 50p in Tesco, then the £1 Asda deal is cold.

It's the same logic that you're meant to apply to every deal no matter what it is.................


Exactly +1
#20
choc-chic;8373992
:thinking:But I don't understand....it's called HotUkDeals not 'onlyhotifyoulikeitdeals' regardless of if something tastes nice to me personally or not, if it's a good deal then it gets a hot vote. I hate mangoes but if they're 29p in Lidl that's obviously a hot vote, but I love apples so if someone posts they're £1 in Asda, but they're only 50p in Tesco, then the £1 Asda deal is cold.

It's the same logic that you're meant to apply to every deal no matter what it is.................


Well you can hardly get asda own brand cheaper anywhere else can you?

If it tastes like dog turd it's not a good deal regardless of how cheap it is.
#21
Tell you what....I'll sell you a pack of "Fungus Fajita Mix"....yours for 50p....hot deal?
#22
Obviously you can't get Asda's own brand elsewhere but if it's normally a higher price, then it's reduced then it's a good deal for that product. A deal is a deal! People always slate chicken offers 'cos of political reasons, but a chicken for x price is still a good deal. Your thinking intimates that a £100 season ticket that's normally £179 for a division 2 football team is not a good deal 'cos they don't play like the premiership who cost £800 for a season ticket. If the price is normally higher, then it's reduced/on promotion/special offer etc then it's a good deal, it doesn't matter if you like football or you don't like fajitas.

I LOVE this site and the brave people who post the bargains, but it's illogical people who shoot people down that spoil this site and stop me (and presumably others) from posting deals they find.
#23
If I vote cold on a particular 'deal' I'll comment why, and IMO a cold voter should always state why they vote cold.

If I don't like a product I don't normally vote either way, as I don't like it it won't affect me whatever the price.

As I like fajita kits and hadn't tried this particular one before I refrained from voting until I tried it.

If it was 50p and was crap, to me that would make it cold, irrespective of what the normal price is.

If it was priced competitively against the ones I normally buy and was appealing to my taste buds, then it would be hot.

In this particular example, the Asda Fajita kit is very comparable to the market leader which I believe is Old el Paso, priced around £2.79?, this one even at the normal price of £1.79 is still a hot deal in comparison.
#24
The ASDA one is nicer, man.

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