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Dolmio lasagne kit is for £1.99 was £3.99

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#1
Good find
5 Likes #2
Never understood this. Tin of tomatoes, mixed herbs and a roux method white sauce - job done!
1 Like #3
colliwag
Never understood this. Tin of tomatoes, mixed herbs and a roux method white sauce - job done!
people like to be babied sometimes :3 and pay the privilege to do so :{

Edited By: AR2012 on Jul 09, 2014 21:50
1 Like #4
colliwag
Never understood this. Tin of tomatoes, mixed herbs and a roux method white sauce - job done!


+ Pasta ;)
1 Like #5
I agree don't get why you would need this
4 Likes #6
I don't get why people need to question people's purchases. It's on offer. If it's something you buy regularly then excellent. If it isn't and you have no use for it as it is seen as "lazy". Good. Move on.
#7
anthony14
colliwag
Never understood this. Tin of tomatoes, mixed herbs and a roux method white sauce - job done!


+ Pasta ;)

and mince..
#8
colliwag
Never understood this. Tin of tomatoes, mixed herbs and a roux method white sauce - job done!
It's the adverts that make me laugh, a "homemade" lasagne, using this kit. lol

However, say if you're unsure about making a lasagne, or starting out cooking, lets face it, most people now leave home with no cooking skills at all, then I can see it has a place.
#9
.....and cheese grated on top :)
#10
If you don't like to make roux (white sauce/ béchamel) then you can also use 250g of ricotta, 250g of mozzarella and an egg instead. It's delicious, although not as healthy.
#11
colliwag
Never understood this. Tin of tomatoes, mixed herbs and a roux method white sauce - job done!

Same with the Mexican kits. Like the enchiladas ones - tortilla wraps, tomato puree, cajun/Mexican spice.

I have no idea why they are so popular either, I guess a lot of people think cooking is more effort than it actually is.
#12
dounavilla
.....and cheese grated on top :)

Don't forget to put it in the oven :D
1 Like #13
dean_brfc
colliwag
Never understood this. Tin of tomatoes, mixed herbs and a roux method white sauce - job done!

Same with the Mexican kits. Like the enchiladas ones - tortilla wraps, tomato puree, cajun/Mexican spice.

I have no idea why they are so popular either, I guess a lot of people think cooking is more effort than it actually is.

sometimes its cheaper to buy a kit then ingredient separately!
#14
Does it include the horse?
#15
Fajitas kits, I'll agree are pointless. All you need is chicken, peppers, an onion, a lime, olive oil, ground paprika and cumin and fajita wraps. It's one of the cheapest meals you can make!

However, making lasagne from scratch does require time and effort. Some people don't get home til late evening and don't want to be messing about in the kitchen knocking up a ragu sauce. You're looking at around two hours preparation and time til it's cooked for a homemade lasagne!


Edited By: mamboboy on Jul 11, 2014 13:41: i
#16
mamboboy
Fajitas kits, I'll agree are pointless. All you need is a lime, olive oil, ground paprika and cumin and fajita wraps. It's one of the cheapest meals you can make once you have the base ingredients!

What about chili powder etc?

Mt fajitas - I use a cheat as well, but I think Schwartz Blackened Cajun Seasoning marinaded for a couple of hours in veg oil (I'd never use olive) makes a very authentic fajita - well, according to what I had when I was in Albuquerque.
#17
Always seems a bit too lazy when you use these sort of kits. Far cheaper to buy the raw ingredients which will last far longer for other meals! Whilst some may disagree, I've used the kits and they are actually quite nice! (And quicker)
#18
moob
mamboboy
Fajitas kits, I'll agree are pointless. All you need is a lime, olive oil, ground paprika and cumin and fajita wraps. It's one of the cheapest meals you can make once you have the base ingredients!

What about chili powder etc?

Mt fajitas - I use a cheat as well, but I think Schwartz Blackened Cajun Seasoning marinaded for a couple of hours in veg oil (I'd never use olive) makes a very authentic fajita - well, according to what I had when I was in Albuquerque.
I leave chili out of seasoning and let people add jalapenos or hot salsa to set the heat they need!

This recipe is awesome btw: http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/chicken-recipes/chicken-fajitas-with-homemade-guacamole-and-salsa
1 Like #19
hemjshah
dean_brfc
colliwag
Never understood this. Tin of tomatoes, mixed herbs and a roux method white sauce - job done!

Same with the Mexican kits. Like the enchiladas ones - tortilla wraps, tomato puree, cajun/Mexican spice.

I have no idea why they are so popular either, I guess a lot of people think cooking is more effort than it actually is.

sometimes its cheaper to buy a kit then ingredient separately!

Not very often, I've never seen one actually.

I guess if you take into account that you might get a tiny sachet of spice, whereas you'd have to buy a jar separately...sure it might cost an extra quid or something, but buying more of things that last will save money in the long run.
2 Likes #20
I think these kits have their place - many people want to try and cook more healthy foods for their families, instead of relying on take away food. But as it has already been mentioned, some people don't know how to cook. These kits are a stepping stone and may give people the confidence to try it themselves from scratch. They are also a handy thing to have in the cupboard for when you need to whip up a quick meal. I have used them (onion & bacon one) and it was actually quite nice.
#21
I have to say I look at these kits and think like some u they may be 'lazy' but if u buy all the ingredients to make it from scratch then your paying more overall? So surely this is a gd deal? .. I'm certainly tempted to go get some as I'm rubbish and cooking it from scratch ( no matter how many times I do it lol)
#22
Shame im far from a morrisons...great price and convienient...
#23
Exactly this ^^ Its more convenience than anything else along with an average or better result. In my opinion a bit on the thin side so doubled the layers but otherwise pretty good. I genuinely think these 'lazy' comments are absolutely ridiculous.

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