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50 pack of samosas all variety ( vegetables,chicken, and meat) - £4.75 instore @ Asda
50 pack of samosas all variety ( vegetables,chicken, and meat) - £4.75 instore @ Asda

50 pack of samosas all variety ( vegetables,chicken, and meat) - £4.75 instore @ Asda

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time to stock up for Ramadan!

these are ok for the money but I wouldn't buy them to give to the visiting aunties ... they'll be calling you cheap behind your back, before they've even left your house!

redduck

these are ok for the money but I wouldn't buy them to give to the … these are ok for the money but I wouldn't buy them to give to the visiting aunties ... they'll be calling you cheap behind your back, before they've even left your house!



​let them call you cheap..... you can't please all if the people some of the time or some of the people all if the time.!!

Aunties usually gossip and back bite no matter what
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What store was this please??

time to stock up for Ramadan!

Are these any good - taste wise?

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funkeymunkey

What store was this please??



​asda Blackburn. nationwide probably.


pill

Are these any good - taste wise?



Yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss - get the chicken/meat, vegetable one's not that great. Awesome find.

Try having samosa with tea, banging. Or ketchup. Hmm.

these are crap.. don't waste your money

Whypaymore29

these are crap.. don't waste your money



​why are they crap.

Original Poster

they r good

pill

Are these any good - taste wise?


Horrible

mnza

Horrible



Sarcasm? I actually like them. At least suggest better ones otherwise.

pill

Are these any good - taste wise?



Definitely not as good as from a local Asian shop selling fresh. Not even half as good to be precise. But each to their own

Jiwani80

Definitely not as good as from a local Asian shop selling fresh. Not even … Definitely not as good as from a local Asian shop selling fresh. Not even half as good to be precise. But each to their own



Of course they won't taste as good to the fresh ones but for the price you can't go wrong.

MRR_ltd

Of course they won't taste as good to the fresh ones but for the price … Of course they won't taste as good to the fresh ones but for the price you can't go wrong.



It's not coz they are not fresh but other reasons such as it's quiet small and the filling is too little. The filling does not taste as good. In short not even close to the shop ones.

Jiwani80

It's not coz they are not fresh but other reasons such as it's quiet … It's not coz they are not fresh but other reasons such as it's quiet small and the filling is too little. The filling does not taste as good. In short not even close to the shop ones.



Shop one's cost like a £1 or more a pop. You're comparing £50+ worth to this, a fraction of the price.

Shop obviously going to use more premium materials and make it more filling. This is decently sized and fine.

MRR_ltd

Shop one's cost like a £1 or more a pop. You're comparing £50+ worth to t … Shop one's cost like a £1 or more a pop. You're comparing £50+ worth to this, a fraction of the price. Shop obviously going to use more premium materials and make it more filling. This is decently sized and fine.



As I said, each to their own

Can't imagine much meat is included for 9.5p a samosa

these are ok for the money but I wouldn't buy them to give to the visiting aunties ... they'll be calling you cheap behind your back, before they've even left your house!

mattas bold street liverpool used to nice samosas. not been lately due illness

These are not good, I would much rather make my own. Of you can't be arsed making the pastry you can just buy filo pastry.

Our local shops back in the day used premium cat food ... for the fillings, they got busted by local authorities then word spread. I give these frozen ones a try....

MRR_ltd

Shop one's cost like a £1 or more a pop. You're comparing £50+ worth to t … Shop one's cost like a £1 or more a pop. You're comparing £50+ worth to this, a fraction of the price. Shop obviously going to use more premium materials and make it more filling. This is decently sized and fine.


Saw some roohafza and dates as Ramadan special while shopping in Morrisons yesterday if anyone's interested...don't know how much they were though...

csf

Our local shops back in the day used premium cat food ... for the … Our local shops back in the day used premium cat food ... for the fillings, they got busted by local authorities then word spread. I give these frozen ones a try....


oO what cat food? Are you serious...where was this?

Some place down East ham back in the days. The place got closed down but now I only buy from places I know are legit. A place down Ilford lane also got shut down for food hygiene issues.
Edited by: "cf15" 6th May

Heat for blackburn

Most asian sweet centres will charge around 25p for 1 if you buy in 10s with free chutney and cooked on site, for a superior samosa, that price for veg ones anyway

northwales

​why are they crap.



​no... they're very tasty, especially the chicken ones.

redduck

these are ok for the money but I wouldn't buy them to give to the … these are ok for the money but I wouldn't buy them to give to the visiting aunties ... they'll be calling you cheap behind your back, before they've even left your house!



​let them call you cheap..... you can't please all if the people some of the time or some of the people all if the time.!!

Aunties usually gossip and back bite no matter what

no leaves to much oil after fry on samosas

Look, if I win the election I intend to buy 200 of these for ...... £1.56, I mean erm erm hang on erm, £3.37million....

csf

Some place down East ham back in the days. The place got closed down but … Some place down East ham back in the days. The place got closed down but now I only buy from places I know are legit. A place down Ilford lane also got shut down for food hygiene issues.



lol I remember my dad telling me about that, they used to use pedigree chum dog food! Hahahahhaahha

Heat for the proper Asian aunty comments :P

csf

Some place down East ham back in the days. The place got closed down but … Some place down East ham back in the days. The place got closed down but now I only buy from places I know are legit. A place down Ilford lane also got shut down for food hygiene issues.


I didn't see Ham ones in Morrisons

papi_raul

lol I remember my dad telling me about that, they used to use pedigree … lol I remember my dad telling me about that, they used to use pedigree chum dog food! Hahahahhaahha


Yuckhhhhiiiiiiiiieeeeeeee! oO

Heat for the price. We buy Nisha one. £10.99 for 50 but nothing beats home made ones.

I make my own but it's quite time consuming. Never had these but look ok for a quick snack out of the freezer when you only want one or two, as opposed to feeding the family. Good price, nothing to lose!

bargainchaser2015

Look, if I win the election I intend to buy 200 of these for ...... … Look, if I win the election I intend to buy 200 of these for ...... £1.56, I mean erm erm hang on erm, £3.37million....


Ha ha nice one

papi_raul

Heat for the proper Asian aunty comments :P


Where does it say Asian aunties. I have Jewish aunties who fit this description!

mmmmm my samosa

Are these meant to be deep fried? Can't imagine they taste that great if they're oven cook.

Local Indian shops near me charge hardly anything for their samosa and they're delicious. I think last time I picked up 40 for my birthday at work it cost £18. Obviously not as cheap as this but no cooking and I bet they're a lot tastier. If these end up like the usual supermarket ones then they are nothing like real samosas.

On the other hand if these really do taste like ones you'd buy in an Indian 'cafe' then they are a great price.
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