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SHANA ORIGINAL FROZEN PARATHA ONLY £0.98 at ASDA and Tesco!

£0.98 @ George (Asda George)
Shana parathas are niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiceeee!!! I went to an asda in wembley yesterday and tesco in harrow...both places the parathas were 98p! Usually cost around £1.60!! Dunno why theyre going cheap … Read More
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Shana parathas are niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiceeee!!! I went to an asda in wembley yesterday and tesco in harrow...both places the parathas were 98p! Usually cost around £1.60!! Dunno why theyre going cheap but they are amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#1
sorry this is my first post!"!!!apologies for any mistakes!
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lawrence123-123
sorry this is my first post!"!!!apologies for any mistakes!


Hi
Welcome to HUKD
Looks like a decent first post to me
Only mistake you made was creating a new supermarket/merchant called "Shana Paratha's only 99p at all ASDAs and Tesco/s! deals"
Just be careful not to create new merchants when they already exist
Regards
andywedge
#3
thanks for the post

keep them coming:thumbsup:
#4
not bad first post...
#5
I just bought some yesterday (onion variety) for over a pound at sainsburys so good price. Lovely with yoghurt!
#6
what actually is this stuff?

Is it a rice or noodle premix?
#7
BorisTheSpider;6151805
what actually is this stuff?

Is it a rice or noodle premix?


Think they are pre-made breads? Like thin Nan Breads.......... or am i wrong? :thinking:
#8
Parathas are Rotis/Chappatis shallow fried in butter/oil...these have plenty of oil in them already and apart from a few spots of oil for the first paratha, you just cook them on a tawa or frying pan.

We normally get them for around the same price in places like VB around West London but I just bought some Taj branded normal & onion parathas at 91p & 98p at the Asda in Hounslow and they seemed OK.
#9
BorisTheSpider
what actually is this stuff?

Is it a rice or noodle premix?



They are about as unhealthy as a block of lard. Normally a fat boy's favourite! :-D
#10
Hehe I used to live off these in halls, then I discovered they also do chapattis, which are a lot healthier
#11
renegade1488
Hehe I used to live off these in halls, then I discovered they also do chapattis, which are a lot healthier


agreed and very nice too.
#12
Why not make your own? Bit of chappatti flour for around £1.50, water, oil. fillings of your chioce. Far far nicer. 1 bag of flour makes easilly 100+. Easy to make too.
If shop buys are the only option though, then these are not bad at all.
#13
A lot cheaper and healthier to make your own - this is practically restaurant price!

I cannot make Paratha's or Chapati's - so instead got married to an Indian lady who could (and does!).

Last time I sent her on hols to India alone, I bought a pack of these - disgusting! But hey - each to their own...

Where's VB frogman?

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