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ASDA Tiger Chest (800g) or Tin Loaf (800g) 70p

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
ASDA Tiger Chest (800g) or Tin Loaf (800g) 70p

Usually £1,20

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#1
Nice one! Love this bread, don't know what it is that makes it so tasty but don't really care!
#2
farmergiles
Nice one! Love this bread, don't know what it is that makes it so tasty but don't really care!

i wish i knew too - i have a breadmaker - but it never turns out as crispy or tasty as this stuff !
#3
Good for BBQ's!!
#4
Tiger Bread: Rice paste on sesame oil...
#5
My favourite white bread.Love the smell of it
800g for 70p is a good deal
Heat added
#6
Lovely stuff!
3 Likes #7
lucerysmum
farmergiles
Nice one! Love this bread, don't know what it is that makes it so tasty but don't really care!


i wish i knew too - i have a breadmaker - but it never turns out as crispy or tasty as this stuff !


Use a french bread recipe but substitute the oil with sesame oil. Only make the dough.

Mix up the following, 65g of Rice Flour, 1 1/2 tsp of sesame oil, 1 tsp of sugar, and 65ml of warm water and then add 1 tsp of active quick yeast (the breadmaker stuff). Leave it for at least 2 hours to froth up. When going to use just mix it up again and make sure you get all the paste from the bottom as this is what gives it the crisp!

Prove the bread and then part bake it in the oven for 15 mins BEFORE adding the topping. To get the topping to brown up like the store ones just increase the temp of the oven for the last 15 mins or so of cooking!
#8
rb40
lucerysmum
farmergiles
Nice one! Love this bread, don't know what it is that makes it so tasty but don't really care!


i wish i knew too - i have a breadmaker - but it never turns out as crispy or tasty as this stuff !


Use a french bread recipe but substitute the oil with sesame oil. Only make the dough.

Mix up the following, 65g of Rice Flour, 1 1/2 tsp of sesame oil, 1 tsp of sugar, and 65ml of warm water and then add 1 tsp of active quick yeast (the breadmaker stuff). Leave it for at least 2 hours to froth up. When going to use just mix it up again and make sure you get all the paste from the bottom as this is what gives it the crisp!

Prove the bread and then part bake it in the oven for 15 mins BEFORE adding the topping. To get the topping to brown up like the store ones just increase the temp of the oven for the last 15 mins or so of cooking!


thanks - i'll give it a go (_;)
#9
rb40
lucerysmum
farmergiles
Nice one! Love this bread, don't know what it is that makes it so tasty but don't really care!

i wish i knew too - i have a breadmaker - but it never turns out as crispy or tasty as this stuff !

Use a french bread recipe but substitute the oil with sesame oil. Only make the dough.

Mix up the following, 65g of Rice Flour, 1 1/2 tsp of sesame oil, 1 tsp of sugar, and 65ml of warm water and then add 1 tsp of active quick yeast (the breadmaker stuff). Leave it for at least 2 hours to froth up. When going to use just mix it up again and make sure you get all the paste from the bottom as this is what gives it the crisp!

Prove the bread and then part bake it in the oven for 15 mins BEFORE adding the topping. To get the topping to brown up like the store ones just increase the temp of the oven for the last 15 mins or so of cooking!

What does "Prove the bread" involve doing?
Do you have to ask it if it really is bread and not some imposter? :)
#10
Does anyone know if Asda tiger bread is like Tesco's or like Sainsbury's? I like Sainsbury's because it is just crispy and has a nice texture. Tesco's has this very strange taste on it too which I don't find particulary appealing. Thanks.

edit: Just looked on wikipedia and apparently it is supposed to have a distinctive flavour so Sainsbury's isn't proper tiger bread I guess.

Edited By: knack on Apr 28, 2011 16:16: Addition
#11
Good price,but hate the stuff.The smell puts me off .
#12
lovvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvveeeeeeeeeeeeeeee it
#13
HOT!!!
#14
MMMMMMM YummY
#15
Back to original price of about 6 months ago...but I suppose like the other Asda bread it full of wind. When I used to buy it about 12-18 months ago the bread was beautiful soft and moist...now its dry and horrible
#16
love it but allergic to it :(

Asda does the best tiger bread imo but I get so ill after eating the stuff, must be the oil.
#17
Love it. My fave bread, sesame oil!
#18
ASDA Telford (Town Centre) had Tiger Bread in the entrance at 50p each. Can't tell you if they were the 800g version though. They did look a bit small.

Anyway, this is a Roaring deal. Have some heat

Edited By: kainfs on Apr 28, 2011 16:43
#19
Had a bit this morning in asda had some buttered to try nice bread, but i always feel like a gypo when i go back & get more but i can't help myself when its free ;)

Edited By: OldEnglish on Apr 28, 2011 16:44
#20
Love it with utterly butterly.
#21
Hot from me but my Asda the bread is pants as it is always under cooked

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