Tesco Italian Chopped Tomatoes w/Basil/Chilli/Olive Oil & Garlic (390g Cartons) - Any 3 for £1 @tesco - HotUKDeals
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Tesco Chopped Tomatoes in Tomato Juice with Basil (390g)
Tesco Chopped Tomatoes in Tomato Juice with Chilli (390g)
Tesco Chopped Tomatoes in Tomato Juice with Olive Oil & Garlic (390g)
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#1
have some heat...
#2
Very good if I can find some tonight!
#3
I need to in after noon so that i can get some.:gift: Thanks buddy;:thumbsup:
#4
These are GREAT, use them for making nice pasta Dishes and always come out nice..

Will be topping up with some more tonight
#5
These are great and they fit in your cupboards better than cans! Nice one.
#6
Been this price in my local since before Christmas. The tins are also the same price too, you can probably mix and match.

Have some heat anyway.
#7
Nowhere near as good as tinned.
The chilli one tastes very powdery and the one with garlic is absolutely disgusting.
#8
Lets have a few recipes that you guys n gals make with this stuff. :)
#9
djstrobe4real
Lets have a few recipes that you guys n gals make with this stuff. :)


here you go:

Season some cubes of lamb (boneless shoulder or similar) with salt and black pepper, then brown in a little oil. Then chuck in a couple of chopped red onions and 2-3 chopped garlic cloves and saute away for a few minutes until the lamb is browned and the onions and garlic are starting to soften.

Then chuck in a diced pepper, tin or packet of chopped tomatoes with chilli, 1 tbsp harissa paste, 1 teaspoon of paprika, a handful chopped dried apricots (if you're going to cook it for longer, leave them whole as they tend to melt if cooked too long) and a handful of flaked almonds (optional but does add to the texture) Add a little bit of water (or red wine like I do) if too thick. Either put into a slow cooker and cook away all day or into the oven at 180 degrees for about an hour/hour and a half....the longer it's in the more tender the lamb will be. :)

Yummy with some cous cous or some crusty bread to mop up the juices. Enjoy!
#10
How much is the saving here?
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marlovian
How much is the saving here?

normally 48p each

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