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ASDA Strong White Bread Flour (1.5Kg) 50p

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
ASDA Strong White Bread Flour (1.5Kg) 50p

Tesco and Sainsburys equivalent £1.29

This isn't the value range this is usually £1- but the others in this range - brown and wholemeal are still £1

Great for breadmakers
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#1
I buy this flour all the time and I ve not paid more than 50-60p at any one time, well at least in the last 5 months and yes its not the value range. Hot though.
#2
saayinla
I buy this flour all the time and I ve not paid more than 50-60p at any one time, well at least in the last 5 months and yes its not the value range. Hot though.


i haven't used it yet - is it good - thought it would be as its not the cheapest stuff - but nice for osmeone who has used it to confirm :|
#3
Yes its good, use it in the bread maker all the time, recommended.
#4
saayinla
Yes its good, use it in the bread maker all the time, recommended.


thanks - will give it a go in mine ;)
#5
It's a trip to Asda for me.
Stock up on this 'cos flour
prices are on the up.
#6
I also have used this flour with perfect breadmaker results.
#7
been this price for a few weeks...
1 Like #8
Lidl have always done strong bread flour for 50p per 1.5 kg
#9
Tesco have put up the price of their strong white flour to £1.29...the same price as their strong wholemeal! How long can the disparity last? What's the betting that Asda put theirs up to that level too?
#10
Was this price weeks before xmas, have used it myself but can never get the results i get from the packets. wished i knew why. Even brought some digital scales
#11
steviecross
Was this price weeks before xmas, have used it myself but can never get the results i get from the packets. wished i knew why. Even brought some digital scales


Try a Panasonic bread maker, I've never had one bad loaf, I know they are expensive but it's money well spent in the end. Another tip is to warm the water before you add it.
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loopie
steviecross
Was this price weeks before xmas, have used it myself but can never get the results i get from the packets. wished i knew why. Even brought some digital scales


Try a Panasonic bread maker, I've never had one bad loaf, I know they are expensive but it's money well spent in the end. Another tip is to warm the water before you add it.


i agree - mines a panasonic and its fab - never tried heating the water - will try it - only thing is i usually leave mine on the timer so it would be cold !

Some people reckon it makes a difference depending on the order you put stuff in - but i must be lucky as i put all the little bits in first, then flour, then butter, then water and it seems ok ;)
#13
mikes1
Lidl have always done strong bread flour for 50p per 1.5 kg

69p now.
2 Likes #14
valiant
Tesco have put up the price of their strong white flour to £1.29...the same price as their strong wholemeal! How long can the disparity last? What's the betting that Asda put theirs up to that level too?
Tesco's flour doesn't produce good results in my Panasonic.
ADSA's own is fine.
I've had about a dozen breadmakers and Panasonic is by far the best!
#15
loopie
steviecross
Was this price weeks before xmas, have used it myself but can never get the results i get from the packets. wished i knew why. Even brought some digital scales


Try a Panasonic bread maker, I've never had one bad loaf, I know they are expensive but it's money well spent in the end. Another tip is to warm the water before you add it.


Its all well and good saying that but mine does a lovely loaf with the wrights packets etc and is so easy to use, if it makes packet bread o.k then it must be the mix i put in.
#16
lucerysmum
loopie
steviecross
Was this price weeks before xmas, have used it myself but can never get the results i get from the packets. wished i knew why. Even brought some digital scales
Try a Panasonic bread maker, I've never had one bad loaf, I know they are expensive but it's money well spent in the end. Another tip is to warm the water before you add it.
i agree - mines a panasonic and its fab - never tried heating the water - will try it - only thing is i usually leave mine on the timer so it would be cold ! Some people reckon it makes a difference depending on the order you put stuff in - but i must be lucky as i put all the little bits in first, then flour, then butter, then water and it seems ok ;)

+1, I have the Panasonic as well, brilliant, never had a bad loaf. I used to use the Allison Strong Bread Flour, but they cost about 4 times as much now. Been using the Asda brand for over 2 months paying 50pence a bag (1.5kg), no difference what so ever to Allison's. We always buy at least 6 bags as we go through a lot, and I think the price will go up soon.

Not sure whether there is a good or bad way of making it, I just followed the Panny manual - Yeast in first, then measure my flour, sugar & salt (I do add more sugar than salt :p), then sieve that into the bread maker, add my butter and water (I tend to pour the water onto the butter to reduce the splash so the yeast doesn't get wet).

Perfect bread in the morning! :)

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