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Lidl's own brand Lasagna is less than half price this weekend,it's a good price at £2.69 for 1kg but at half price this really is excellent.
This is really tasty and made the final of the grocer awards 2010.
Try it-you'll be suprised.
Half price for Sat and Sun only.
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1 Like #1
Was half price last weekend too. Quite good but clearly not as good as it would be home made. Great for the price.
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anewman
. Quite good but clearly not as good as it would be home made. .

That would depend on the cook :p
Had one of these last week and they are very nice - got another one for tomorrow...... Definitely recommended....
2 Likes #3
You can make this with kitchen roll and ketchup. It's vile!
2 Likes #4
not michelin 3 star but tasty for the price
1 Like #5
What a load of **** Snapdragon.I`ve eaten these they taste really good.
O` i forgot it`s Lidl it must be vile!!!


snapdragon
You can make this with kitchen roll and ketchup. It's vile!
#6
scapular
What a load of **** Snapdragon.I`ve eaten these they taste really good.O` i forgot it`s Lidl it must be vile!!!
snapdragon
You can make this with kitchen roll and ketchup. It's vile!

It even looks horrible on the box! Come on its not exactly hard or time consuming to make one from scratch is it!
suspended#7
I'm sure the recipe for these has changed in recent years, either that or my palate has. I like a nice rich, tomatoy lasagne, which I think this used to be but I tried one again about a month ago and it was quite bland.

Edited By: Hissy Miss on Dec 11, 2010 23:32
[helper] 4 Likes #8
For those who belong to the "all cheap food is crap" brigade - I hope this doesn't put you off you Marks & Spencer Xmas pudding.....

Families looking after the pennies this Christmas can enjoy a luxury feast at a bargain price.
Blind taste tests by consumer experts found a £2.99 Christmas pudding and a cheap supermarket champagne scored better than much more expensive products.
The budget discount chain Lidl came out top in the tests by Which? with a score of 82per cent for its Deluxe Matured Christmas pudding at just £2.99.
It was praised for its 'great taste and brilliant texture' and beat all of the major supermarkets with puddings that cost double the price on a weight for weight basis.




Edited By: gari189 on Dec 11, 2010 23:34
[helper] 2 Likes #9
dh058977

It even looks horrible on the box!


You're not supposed to eat the box :p
3 Likes #10
some of u are just so stuck up!!n u come on hotdeals because...????

i love this lasangne its lovely!!defo b getting one at half price too..hot.
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sarahlou85
some of u are just so stuck up!!n u come on hotdeals because...????i love this lasangne its lovely!!defo b getting one at half price too..hot.

Is your comment based on the fact that some people don't like this lasagne or am I missing something?
#12
I ate 1/2 of one today,taste ok for the price.
#13
We like this - thanks :)
1 Like #14
Could you make a 1kg lasagne for £1.34?

Nice buy if it tastes ok, good for 4 with chips or whatever?

Edited By: sedj on Dec 12, 2010 01:05
1 Like #15
Probably the best tasting Lasagne I've ever had, and I've had my fair share...
1 Like #16
Hot, one of the nicest 'ready-made' lasagne around.
1 Like #17
Everyone knows homemade food is best, but for convenience food this is an absolute bargain. Thanks to all who reviewed it too. :)
I will check the ingredients to see just what they've put in it ;) If it's nothing scary I'm definitely giving this a try :)
1 Like #18
i'm voting hot. I had these when i lived not too far from a lidl. Since moving dont have one near enough otherwise i would buy one every now and then.

If you are comparing this lasagne to other supermarkets, then the only one that comes close is tesco's finest fresh lasagne.

For the h8rs it really honestly does taste quite good for the price and is excellent value for money.

I agree tho that homemade is healthier, tastier but not as cheap as this deal.

I would highly recommend gordon ramsays lasagne recipe. I prefer making that anyday over this. But if you can't be bothered one day in cooking one from scratch then this is ideal and definitley tasty. But no compromise on ramsay's tastier dish.

If you were to make one from scratch the cost of fresh block of parmesan would alone be more expensive than this. The mince would be roughly £3-£4 alone.

That why i think this is hot. For all those who haven't tried it should give it a go. Heck at £1.34 i wouldn't give 2 f*cks if i didnt like it and it went in the bin. But i think you'll be suprised.
1 Like #19
Yep, can feed the family for just over a quid. Making your own is nicer, probably more expensive to do it though, certainly time-wise. I have bought a few in these harsh economic times. Petrol is expensive, VAT is going up, energy bills are hiked, tuition fees are up, etc. Deals like this are a blessing.
#20
this is one of the best lasagnes I have ever tasted. so all you snobs out there ,try it before you condemn it!!!
I buy one ,divide it into 3,and freeze so that each portion is easily cooked in individual dishes.
by the way I am in my 60,s so have tried many different ones ,including home made but not many of them are as good as this one.
1 Like #21
dh058977
... its not exactly hard or time consuming to make one from scratch is it!
Not if you're doing nothing else and enjoy spending time in the kitchen, I suppose.

But many of us work full time and don't want to faff around in the kitchen when we get home from work.
#22
Have to agree, this lasagne is very tasty and for £1.34 is an absolute billy bargain. LOL at the food snobs even being registered on HUKD let alone actually posting about their outdated prejudices....


PS we used to do the ridiculous annual 'hunt the cheapest Baileys' run till we discovered Lidl's version is just as nice (some would say nicer) and is currently on offer for £10 for 2 bottles (that's 1.4 litres for a tenner). some people...tut. It's never more than £6 a bottle, anyway. No hunting around, DRIVING THE CAR TO THE CHEAPEST PLACE etc.


Edited By: bellboys on Dec 12, 2010 10:53
#23
You can add me to the list that think this lasagne is the best tasting ready madesupermarket lasagne, its much better than others at a fraction of the cost.
1 Like #24
abarthman
dh058977
... its not exactly hard or time consuming to make one from scratch is it!
Not if you're doing nothing else and enjoy spending time in the kitchen, I suppose.But many of us work full time and don't want to faff around in the kitchen when we get home from work.

lol, and you think i dont work full time as well? Oh and if you think using fresh ingredients and a little time to cook something nice is 'faffing around' then enjoy your processed crap in a box. I can make broad statements like yours you know, see - If your such a bad cook that it takes you ages to faff around in the kitchen to make a simple lasagne then youmust not be a very good cook.

Oh and to everyone elseyou can note that I havent ever disputed that this isnt the best tasting ready made, simply that I wouldnt eat it. This site is funny, have a different opinion to the majority and your wrong and labelled a 'food snob' lol! Get real everyone, this site is full of different people and not all of them are going to agree about everything. Some will like this, some wont.

Edited By: dh058977 on Dec 12, 2010 13:16
#25
To be fair, many of the ingredients you would use for your home-made lasagne would very probably contain some processed crap. It's almost unavoidable these days.
suspended#26
LOL, got to laugh at all the "food snob" comments just because someone doesn't like the same as them. Pot and kettle. Believe it or not, I had a lasagne from farmfoods that tasted better than this. I'll admit, it's not something I would have bought myself but my mum brough it to me when I was snowed in and it was really quite enjoyable. Not sure how much it was but I'm sure it was cheap.

As for the best frozen lasagne, for me that would have to be the jean christophe novelli lasagne from findus. Not seen it about for a while though but for me, that was by far the best.

Most of these lasagne are full of soya anyway so actual mince content is really quite shocking.
#27
Again, to be fair, soya is probably more healthy to eat than beef mince, LOL.
#28
These are quite nice, obviously no where near homemade, but definitely a bargain!!!
suspended#29
bellboys
Again, to be fair, soya is probably more healthy to eat than beef mince, LOL.

Are you being serious?

I suggest you put a little research into how "safe" soya really is.

Edited By: Hissy Miss on Dec 12, 2010 13:29
#30
Hissy Miss
bellboys
Again, to be fair, soya is probably more healthy to eat than beef mince, LOL.


Are you being serious?

I you put a little research into how "safe" soya really is.



And I'm assuming you've devoted the last few years to researching how 'safe' beef really is?

Whilst we are on the subject, did anyone see that haughty wine snob get her comeuppance last week on Come Dine With Me? Absolutely bloody hilarious.

Edited By: bellboys on Dec 12, 2010 13:30
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bellboys
Hissy Miss
bellboys
Again, to be fair, soya is probably more healthy to eat than beef mince, LOL.
Are you being serious?I you put a little research into how "safe" soya really is.
And I'm assuming you've devoted the last few years to researching how 'safe' beef really is? Whilst we are on the subject, did anyone see that haughty wine snob get her comeuppance last week on Come Dine With Me? Absolutely bloody hilarious.

Yeah well I'm sure you know the saying about people who assume.
#32
Hissy Miss
bellboys
Hissy Miss
bellboys
Again, to be fair, soya is probably more healthy to eat than beef mince, LOL.
Are you being serious?I you put a little research into how "safe" soya really is.
And I'm assuming you've devoted the last few years to researching how 'safe' beef really is? Whilst we are on the subject, did anyone see that haughty wine snob get her comeuppance last week on Come Dine With Me? Absolutely bloody hilarious.


Yeah well I'm sure you know the saying about people who assume.



I'm assuming you are assuming I do?
#33
best way to get the best out of this is to cook it, let it cool so it sets and microwave to heat. Improves it no end.
#34
It depends what you're used to. The people who like this are used to rubbish so this is like heaven to them. I'm used to stuff a bit better and find this disgusting
#35
It depends what you're used to. The people who like this are used to rubbish so this is like heaven to them. I'm used to stuff a bit better and find this disgusting
#36
Bargain price, although i usually finish off with truffles so best to offset the cost a bit. Thanks!;)

Look out for...

"LIDL's Trattoria Alfredo lasagne was the winner on taste and price when I tested supermarket meal deals back in January. From Monday it's on special offer at £2, saving 69p"

not my words , but those of captain crunch from the sun. A stronger recommendation i can't think of.

Edited By: spongebob on Dec 12, 2010 15:40
#37
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1332907/The-2-99-Lidl-Christmas-pudding-came-taste-test.html

Have some afters! I only buy the telegraph , so i'm still not going in.X)
#38
rosswallace1
It depends what you're used to. The people who like this are used to rubbish so this is like heaven to them. I'm used to stuff a bit better and find this disgusting

Its idiots like you that cause problems on this site. Fair enough I wouldnt eat it but saying those that do are 'used to rubbish' is just stupid.

Edited By: dh058977 on Dec 12, 2010 15:46
#39
dh058977
rosswallace1
It depends what you're used to. The people who like this are used to rubbish so this is like heaven to them. I'm used to stuff a bit better and find this disgusting
Its idiots like you that cause problems on this site. Fair enough I wouldnt eat it but saying those that do are 'used to rubbish' is just stupid.

You wouldn't eat it? That's probably because you are used to better. Nothing wrong with pointing facts out.
#40
http://www.thegrocerownlabel.co.uk/page/2010_winners_finalists.html

did'nt win , but it made the final! In your face lasagne detractors!

oops , should have read the title more closely, it's mentioned there.

Edited By: spongebob on Dec 12, 2010 16:04

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