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4 for a £1 Various KTC tins Chopped Tomato, Kidney Beans @ Morrisons
4 for a £1 Various KTC tins Chopped Tomato, Kidney Beans @ Morrisons

4 for a £1 Various KTC tins Chopped Tomato, Kidney Beans @ Morrisons

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Various tins on Offer for 4 for a £1
Red Kidney Beans
White Kidney beans
Chilli beans
Blackeye beans
Black Chana

Even had chopped tomatoes tins at my local store not online though.

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Yes I purchased these last week. Good spot too, also they used to do 3 for a £1 so now you get four - happy days

Chilli kidney beans good, tomatos very watery imo.

Tried the tomatoes before and they are very watery, just ok to add mix in with a food dish and not on their own! Not for me

^Do people eat tinned tomatoes on their own? Sounds unappealing to me..

elbs

^Do people eat tinned tomatoes on their own? Sounds unappealing to me..



​2 fried (soft) eggs, a tin of hot boiled toms & half a loaf of sliced bread... "YUMMY"

Thanks, love it when this deal is on.

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elbs

^Do people eat tinned tomatoes on their own? Sounds unappealing to me..




yes 100% they do

About time Tesco did the East End ones.

faxmax

About time Tesco did the East End ones.


Tesco's larger stores 'up to a pound' bit has 4 veg/chickpeas/tomatoes for £1 as well as East End - usually in the alternative cuisine parts. They are usually 3 for a pound but often on promo 4 for £1.

A tin of 25p chickpeas makes a wad of hummus and dairy free meringues, add some veg dippers or 46p Tesco Value Tortillas or both I add this choc hazelnut to meringues as a cream alternative, again Tesco £2, you just need some more veg for your main.

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elbs

^Do people eat tinned tomatoes on their own? Sounds unappealing to me..


Add some 'real' stock or gravy, a bit of spices/herbs and serve on toast covered in spread, tasty!

I freeze small tubs of unused stock or stock made gravy as they add flavour to anything, them Knorr, Oxo etc are crap flavour for full overprice - and full of crap.

My top freezer drawer is full of stock/gravy tube from cooking meat and reduced to clear fresh herbs. I just slow cooked tinned tomatoes with a small squirt of tomato paste whilst the pasta cooking with a whole pack of fresh (frozen) basil for dinner, tomatos/paste with free stock from the freezer and added fresh ground pink salt & pepper (both Poundland) add to (corn/maize/polenta flour) pasta and a massive bowl of allergen free grub 75p! STUFFED!

Sometimes until you need to evaluate food by being creative, 10 minute job for me, 75p X)

I'll have to see if they have the chickpeas on offer as well

absolutely love making meat free alternative burgers with them, mash a drained tin of chickpeas with a potato masher and add some sweetcorn, haricot beans, kidney beans etc. and cumin, smoked paprika, chilli flakes, some chopped parsley along with a squirt of lemon juice and two table spoons of flour and then just mold them into patties ready for frying or putting on a barbecue!

absolutely fab with salad in a pitta.

I'm probably being Captain Obvious but Poundland does this offer, too, stock up when I'm in the mood for chilli con carne (which is quite often :p)

I read it this as Kittens....was really disappointed

Got these earlier in the week. They very regularly come up on this offer so would never have thought to post it

elbs

^Do people eat tinned tomatoes on their own? Sounds unappealing to me..


Love them.

seaniboy

Tesco's larger stores 'up to a pound' bit has 4 veg/chickpeas/tomatoes … Tesco's larger stores 'up to a pound' bit has 4 veg/chickpeas/tomatoes for £1 as well as East End - usually in the alternative cuisine parts. They are usually 3 for a pound but often on promo 4 for £1.



Usually but not now, neither my Superstore not online is there a deal. They are 39p each. It went from 5 for a pound to 4 to 3 over the last few months.

Normally chickpeas are included in the offer but yeah not this time. The offer comes around every month or so...but sometimes it's only 3 for £1

faxmax

Usually but not now, neither my Superstore not online is there a deal. … Usually but not now, neither my Superstore not online is there a deal. They are 39p each. It went from 5 for a pound to 4 to 3 over the last few months.


Strange saw them in Edinburgh & Perth a few weeks ago, didn't buy any as I has got loads lol #stockpile good food prices I do X)

They are 25p each not a promo 3/4/5 for £1 - check the bargain £1 or less bit in Tesco
Edited by: "seaniboy" 3rd Feb

dreamsofubuntu

I'll have to see if they have the chickpeas on offer as well :)absolutely … I'll have to see if they have the chickpeas on offer as well :)absolutely love making meat free alternative burgers with them, mash a drained tin of chickpeas with a potato masher and add some sweetcorn, haricot beans, kidney beans etc. and cumin, smoked paprika, chilli flakes, some chopped parsley along with a squirt of lemon juice and two table spoons of flour and then just mold them into patties ready for frying or putting on a barbecue!absolutely fab with salad in a pitta.




Damn you! I'm going to have to try that X)

Asda do a four pack for a pound, I usually buy these and add a tin of mixed beans and a chilli sachet to my mince for chilli con carne.

seaniboy

Strange saw them in Edinburgh & Perth a few weeks ago, didn't buy any as … Strange saw them in Edinburgh & Perth a few weeks ago, didn't buy any as I has got loads lol #stockpile good food prices I do X)They are 25p each not a promo 3/4/5 for £1 - check the bargain £1 or less bit in Tesco



They are 39p online and in store, your stores seem not to be following standard pricing.
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Sorry, cold from me. The tomatoes are awful, very wattery and lacking in flavour. The supermarket own brand ones are a few pence more expensive but vastly superior in taste and texture

elbs

^Do people eat tinned tomatoes on their own? Sounds unappealing to me..



Yep I do - usually as part of a fry up instead of grilled tomato. Warm a tin in pan, add some salt and pepper, sometimes basil. These ones are awful for that though, very tasteless and wattery.

Can't recommend the Chilli Beans. The ones we had were MUSH. I complained to the company and they didn't have the courtesy to respond.

faxmax

Usually but not now, neither my Superstore not online is there a deal. … Usually but not now, neither my Superstore not online is there a deal. They are 39p each. It went from 5 for a pound to 4 to 3 over the last few months.


Tesco Superstore ? Have not seen one of them in Scotland in a decade, Tesco Extra 'under a quid guv' section


See my post below too
Edited by: "seaniboy" 3rd Feb

Begize

Yep I do - usually as part of a fry up instead of grilled tomato. Warm a … Yep I do - usually as part of a fry up instead of grilled tomato. Warm a tin in pan, add some salt and pepper, sometimes basil. These ones are awful for that though, very tasteless and wattery.


Thats why you add a wee squirt of tomato paste and heat low slowly to evaporate and thicken/flavour it up.

I never use tinned tammytoes without a wee squirt of tammytoe paste - its a professional kitchen basic.

200g 40p
http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/615/5000119118615/IDShot_540x540.jpg


or brand queens can get Nappy on speshual at 75p ( a 1/4 off)

http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/098/5010061000098/IDShot_540x540.jpg


Cheap tinned tomatoes & liitle squirt and the jobs a good 'ane


The 25p tins of tomatoes/mixed veg/chickpeas I mentioned are this brand
http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/207/5055566968207/IDShot_540x540.jpg
Edited by: "seaniboy" 3rd Feb

25p

http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/214/5055566968214/IDShot_540x540.jpg
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