2 x 5kg 'Trophy' Basmati Rice £10 @ Asda
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2 x 5kg 'Trophy' Basmati Rice £10 @ Asda

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Found 18th Sep 2013
£1/kg Basmati Rice at Asda - Need to buy 2 of the 5kg bags.


Basmati rice Every grain of Trophy Basmati Rice is aged for a minimum 1 year, which brings out the real characteristics of these grains in their best form. Having an average length of about 7.30 mm, these grains, on cooking, show of their superiority. Not only do they become fluffy, thin, long and non sticky, they also bring out a distinct aroma and almost melt in the mouth. So go ahead, make it a part of your home and serve the best to your family.

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Not online is it?

Which store?

Bleeding slow website. To top it all, after 10-15 minutes of waiting to add the item to the basket, they say that it is unavailable in my area! Good for those where it is available. Decent deal but not a big bargain.

brill deal and nice to see in more manageable 5kg bags rather than the 10kg.

BeerGoggles

brill deal and nice to see in more manageable 5kg bags rather than the … brill deal and nice to see in more manageable 5kg bags rather than the 10kg.


But you will still need to buy 2 bags
Edited by: "pantaiema" 18th Sep 2013

pantaiema

But you will still need to buy 2 bags



Premium gold basmati rice only £0.99 per 1 kg at Home Bargains

hotukdeals.com/dea…718

I use this rice at the moment and it compares well to the more expensive stuff I've tried.

The local corner shop where I last lived usually had some ok Baasmati Rice for £1/kg (maybe starting with 2kg bags, not getting any cheaper per kg for bigger ones.)

Trophy basmati rice?

http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2011/08/09/article-0-0D5C421400000578-88_634x663.jpg

aged doesnt mean its good.. it means the company is stockpilling so it can make prices go up and then sell..

great rice, still using a 10kg bag I bought on amazon last Winter. Doesn't stick, get mushy and cooks very quickly.

kay9

aged doesnt mean its good.. it means the company is stockpilling so it … aged doesnt mean its good.. it means the company is stockpilling so it can make prices go up and then sell..

...I have a Indian cook book that says all rice improves with age but you maybe right.

good deal

Banned

Item unavailable for me

DealScouter

Yep! … Yep! http://groceries.asda.com/asda-webstore/landing/home.shtml?cmpid=ahc-_-ghs-_-asdacom-dsk-_-hp-_-start_shopping_title#/product/910000268702



Unfortunately I still can't buy it online in my area but your link does bring up product details. Didn't have/stock it instore in two Brighton branches either. Ah well can't win them all.
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