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Birds Eye Steam Fresh Meals - £1.00 @ Asda

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8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago
These, in my opinion are a step up from normal run of the mill ready meals.
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#1
Thanks, voted hot. My daughter likes the salmon one.
#2
Thanks, heat added!
#3
Great for lazy people, who don't need vitamins.
#4
termite;1777886
Great for lazy people, who don't need vitamins.


Damn sight better than those microwave burgers!
#5
thanks a lot :thumbsup:
#6
BristolDeal
Damn sight better than those microwave burgers!


............or glass, or cheese (or) string. Feeding your kids properly is always an option.
#7
termite;1777963
............or glass, or cheese (or) string. Feeding your kids properly is always an option.


There really isn't anything wrong with these meals. Seriously. ;-)
#8
BristolDeal
There really isn't anything wrong with these meals. Seriously. ;-)


Oh, sorry, I was under the misapprehension that fresh food was cheaper and good for you.
#9
termite
............or glass, or cheese (or) string. Feeding your kids properly is always an option.

How do you know her daughter isn't in her 30's!
#10
Superb meals, what a bargain
#11
termite;1778019
Oh, sorry, I was under the misapprehension that fresh food was cheaper and good for you.


What is it that puts you off these? The 2 of your 5 a day veg they contain? The omega 3 oils in the fish? :?

Maybe it's the fact that they're WeightWatchers approved, lower calorie and low fat?
#12
Voted hot
Normally pay £2 - £3 whenever I get them, handy change from work as the canteen does not give much choice and cannot beat a bit of chicken and pasta
#13
Offer looks good but they are disgusting!
#14
seems like termite is a ready steady cook chef in the making,buy fresh then let somebody else pick up the tab
#15
lrb76
How do you know her daughter isn't in her 30's!


I don't know that. Why should I?
#16
seems like the "only fresh and locally sourced food can ever be worth eating" food fascists need to get some exercise by trotting down to their local Asda to actually check out the ingredients in these before slagging them off. They are created by professional nutritionists, approved by weight watchers, don't lack vitamins or fibre, have plenty of vegetables and are much lower in saturated fats than many supposedly healthy 'fresh' dishes. They are not something you would want to live off completely, but as the op says they are a cut above your normal ready meal when you are in a hurry. heat n rep given :thumbsup:
#17
Cheers these are great for cooking at work for lunch heat added
#18
I think this is a good deal - voted hot.

Thanks OP.
#19
Told the mrs and its on for tonight :thumbsup: thanks op:santa:
#20
Thanks :) I like the salmon ones too. Bargain at £1.00, I stocked up on them the last time the offer was on.
#21
termite
Great for lazy people, who don't need vitamins.


you mean people with a busy lifestyle :p
#22
by the way, it's dearer to buy fresh and faff about! especially say if 1 out of the 3 people you live with isn't a fussy eater.
#23
good price, but they are over priced normally
#24
jakenjo
by the way, it's dearer to buy fresh and faff about! especially say if 1 out of the 3 people you live with isn't a fussy eater.


Well said jakenjo! Also a **** who has little better to do than **** off other folks bargain spots!

Good price. Never had the salmon one in my local, will look again, thanks OP!!!
#25
Weird! Whenever I click the Go To Deal button it just takes me to a photo of the meals lol. :oops:
suspended#26
these ready meals are so tasty... nothing like your average microwave meals, voted hot!
#27
Good find. These are better than your average ready meal. I usually have a couple in the freezer
for those times when I just want something good without hassle. Heat given (to OP :-) ) .
#28
Good deal, I like to have these now and again whilst at work - very healthy for a 'ready meal' and helped to aid my weight cutting very effectively! I can also recommend the asda own brand which are very tasty indeed. Only thing that bothers me about microwave meals are the lack of nutriants/vitamins once cooked - apparently 97% of the goodness in broccoli cooked in a microwave are destroyed compared to 3% when steamed - worth thinking about!
#29
When I search for steam fresh and add the results to basket at [url]www.asda.com[/url] they come out as:

Birds Eye Steam Fresh - broccoli florets - carrots - sweetcorn 640G £1.72
Birds Eye Steam Fresh - baby carrots - asparagus - green beans 640G £1.72
Birds Eye Steam Fresh - carrots - cauliflower florets - green beans 640G £1.75

all I can find at £1.00 is

Birds Eye Eat Positive - Chicken Tikka & vegetables 400GR £1.00
Birds Eye Eat Positive - Thai chicken & vegetables 400GR £1.00

and there is also

Birds Eye Eat Positive - Chicken breast in tomato and basil sauce with pasta 400GR £1.89

Am I missing something?
#30
the salmon ones are very nice

and all good ingredients

a nice healthy meal for when your in a rush

much better than 99% of ready meals
#31
honest_geezer
Well said jakenjo! Also a **** who has little better to do than **** off other folks bargain spots!

Good price. Never had the salmon one in my local, will look again, thanks OP!!!


i didn't say it was bad, you plonker, i said it was good!
#32
jtx
Told the mrs and its on for tonight :thumbsup: thanks op:santa:


Good for you, but what will you have for dinner ? :whistling:
#33
mouseclick
When I search for steam fresh and add the results to basket at [url]www.asda.com[/url] they come out as:

Birds Eye Steam Fresh - broccoli florets - carrots - sweetcorn 640G £1.72
Birds Eye Steam Fresh - baby carrots - asparagus - green beans 640G £1.72
Birds Eye Steam Fresh - carrots - cauliflower florets - green beans 640G £1.75

all I can find at £1.00 is

Birds Eye Eat Positive - Chicken Tikka & vegetables 400GR £1.00
Birds Eye Eat Positive - Thai chicken & vegetables 400GR £1.00

and there is also

Birds Eye Eat Positive - Chicken breast in tomato and basil sauce with pasta 400GR £1.89

Am I missing something?


I bought 5 Birds Eye Eat Positive - Chicken Penne & Vegetables (high in antioxodents) for £1 each instore; there was a freezer full of them. Those of you who are criticising us that enjoy the product should know that they are nutritionally balanced, 2 of the 5 day vegetables and a natural source of vitamins and are only 325 calories.
#34
They are really nice, but there just isnt enough in them (or the one I had...) to be enough on it's own as a full meal. Lunch, maybe... if your a small-ish eater.

But at £1 stock up! The chicken breast in the tomato & basil meal is pretty big and very tasty. If you like these I would recommend the Birds Eye steam fresh vegetables. Im not a huge 'health' nut and go crazy with fruit and veg, but the steam fresh veg goes very well with a nice bit of meat, chicken or fish.
#35
Great deal, normally £2.20ish. Just bought a weeks worth. Still quite a few left in the Bexleyheath Asdas. They are in a Freezer marked (incorrectly) £2 so thats why theres is probably some left!
#36
jakenjo
i didn't say it was bad, you plonker, i said it was good!


I know ya twonk, that's why I was agreeing with you!!! I was having a dig at termite who seems to spend a lot of time flaming! They are nice meals for a quid!
#37
These are a step in the right direction. How many times have I bought Asda Organic brocolli and found it floppy and dry. Often get the steam veg pouches and find them always firm and tasty. Will try this tonight.

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