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Asda Ciabatta question!

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
I'm the worlds worst cookery expert!

I bought a Asda Ciabatta ham and cheese thing today, on the packet it mentions you can cook it in the oven.

But can it be eaten 'cold' just as well? Or even bunged in a microwave!

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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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banned#1
YH....its only cheese and ham...will be fine cold and probably ok in Microwave
#2
It can be eaten cold but never tastes as nice. Dunno if it can be microwaved, should say on the packet.
#3
anything can be microwaved ! LOL :)
#4
tates yummy warm
#5
intenso100;2395862
anything can be microwaved ! LOL :)


Especially wire wool and magnesium strips :thumbsup:
#6
jah128
Especially wire wool and magnesium strips :thumbsup:


and eggs - you can actually make boiled eggs in the microwave, put them in an egg cup and 5 mins high power :thumbsup:
#7
Goes a little soft in the microwave but not bad, anything that says "DO NOT Microwave" I just see as a challenge
#8
intenso100
anything can be microwaved ! LOL :)


even kittens :whistling:
#9
SunTzu;2395954
even kittens :whistling:

sure but i prefer to microwavew hamsters :whistling:;-)
#10
I had one of these the other day, it was soaked in fat when i took it out of the oven..
#11
tends to go really chewy in the microwave
#12
Dazzy.
I had one of these the other day, it was soaked in fat when i took it out of the oven..


thats because they are made with olive oil!!
#13
Well the packaging says heat at 200oC for 10 - 15 mins in a oven, no microwave instructions but no instuction not to microwave
#14
johncas
Well the packaging says heat at 200oC for 10 - 15 mins in a oven, no microwave instructions but no instuction not to microwave


if it looks cooked eat it, if it looks raw cook it!
#15
johncas;2396007
, no microwave instructions but no instuction not to microwave

exactly :thumbsup:
#16
it's fine, will just be soggy if you nuke it, oven it if you can it will taste better.
#17
i suppose you must be getting hungry by now
#18
would of been cooked on oven by now lol
#19
Can I just say I love the attention to detail in this thread john..... like the fact its an ASDA chiabatta bears any relevance :lol:
#20
hello??? are you still alive? lol
#21
Erm yes

Can't actually eat it until 5pm as I'm at work and everyone except me in this office goes home then so I can try my cooking experiments :D

And slight problem which is why I asked in the first place is we don't have a oven in the office! :whistling:
#22
so how was it?
banned#23
ye canni whack the cheese/ham/sun dried tomato ones mmmmmmmm
#24
natversion1
Goes a little soft in the microwave but not bad, anything that says "DO NOT Microwave" I just see as a challenge



:-D:thumbsup:
#25
so did you microwave it? was it ok? and are you still well lol
#26
Still no reply maybe it didnt go down to well!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:roll:

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