2KG Bag Rooster Potatoes £1 @ Lidl From 16/12
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2KG Bag Rooster Potatoes £1 @ Lidl From 16/12

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Found 15th Dec 2010Made hot 16th Dec 2010
A good all round tatty!

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These are good potatoes

thanks

Banned

Got some from Lidl in Liverpool. Came out, car on bricks. Merry scouser xmas.

These are my fav potatoes.

Thank you

They are lovely! We buy them from the greengrocer's for 6.50/ 25kg bag (and then sell extra to friends). These keep well.

They are also 2 for £2.00 at Tesco at the moment - these are sooooooooooooooo good for mash, the best mash in the world

Brill potatoes, probably the best

Definately the best potatoes for roasting these...However I would be wary of the Lidl offer because when they've sold them at this price before the potatoes in the bag have tended to be tiny ie ones that would not normally be sold as they were too small. On that basis I would say the Tesco deal was better as presume these are "normal" bags and therefore decent sized potoatoes....

RosieWoo

They are also 2 for £2.00 at Tesco at the moment - these are … They are also 2 for £2.00 at Tesco at the moment - these are sooooooooooooooo good for mash, the best mash in the world



2 for £2 in ASDA too.

karlos1964

Definately the best potatoes for roasting these...However I would be wary … Definately the best potatoes for roasting these...However I would be wary of the Lidl offer because when they've sold them at this price before the potatoes in the bag have tended to be tiny ie ones that would not normally be sold as they were too small. On that basis I would say the Tesco deal was better as presume these are "normal" bags and therefore decent sized potoatoes....


Just feel the size of the spuds in the bag (does that sound rude?).

If you're buying them for mash, it doesn't really matter what size they are; you're still getting 2 kg of potatoes.

I wouldn't use Roosters for mash as they are a very soft potato and tend to break up very quickly during boiling and turn into mush, especially so the smaller ones. I buy Roosters purely for roasting and cheaper ordinary white potoatoes for mash/everyday use etc.

Roosters are great for mash, super delicious and with a distinct flavour. And I wouldn't call them soft at all - I work in a greengrocer's, so work with potatoes all the time! Roosters are a good all-rounder, like English Maris Pipers (but not Scottish, now those are softer).
Edited by: "Lyssie" 17th Dec 2010

deal-hunter

2 for £2 in ASDA too.


Cant find online at asda
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