5kg Kohinoor Basmati Rice £2.50 instore at Asda Leigh Park (Havant)
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5kg Kohinoor Basmati Rice £2.50 instore at Asda Leigh Park (Havant)

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Found 11th Feb 2015
Probably only a local deal but Asda in Leigh Park Havant had a big pallet near the entrance of 5kg bags of Kohinoor Basmati rice for £2.50 reduced from £10. Cannot see this price online. Very cheap for this rice.

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smoking hot but like you said probably only store specific unfortunately.

really good deal for really good quality rice

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Was it in leigh n how many were left

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tia

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tia

Original Poster

Yes in Leigh Park - the big Asda. Lots on pallet - maybe 50 bags - when I was there at about 5pm

Dillon143

Yes in Leigh Park - the big Asda. Lots on pallet - maybe 50 bags - when … Yes in Leigh Park - the big Asda. Lots on pallet - maybe 50 bags - when I was there at about 5pm



if I was in your place I'd have bought the lot if they'd let me lol or at least 10 bags.

Original Poster

Just bought 2 which will take a few months to get through and no more storage space !

does anyone know if this is just store specific or nationwide?

I think its great that the Asian community buys stuff like rice & flour and cooks from scratch.

Unlike in UK where its all about buying ready made microwavable/boil in bag cra.p

And they are so hospitable. Big family events that explain why even 10kg isn't enough to last a month;!

Great price

Gollywood

I think its great that the Asian community buys stuff like rice & flour … I think its great that the Asian community buys stuff like rice & flour and cooks from scratch.Unlike in UK where its all about buying ready made microwavable/boil in bag cra.pAnd they are so hospitable. Big family events that explain why even 10kg isn't enough to last a month;!




Cool story, bro.

That's a really good price !

great deal n fantastic story . ..

That's a really good price!

Gollywood

I think its great that the Asian community buys stuff like rice & flour … I think its great that the Asian community buys stuff like rice & flour and cooks from scratch.Unlike in UK where its all about buying ready made microwavable/boil in bag cra.pAnd they are so hospitable. Big family events that explain why even 10kg isn't enough to last a month;!



Pathetic trolling attempt. Try harder.

Great price.. seems local though.

About 20 left by the door entrance pallet (could be more inside) as at 5:00am this morning. Good deal. Bought 2 bags now all i need is a rice cooker to enjoy this basmati...

Thanks for the heads up OP!

Gollywood

I think its great that the Asian community buys stuff like rice & flour … I think its great that the Asian community buys stuff like rice & flour and cooks from scratch.Unlike in UK where its all about buying ready made microwavable/boil in bag cra.pAnd they are so hospitable. Big family events that explain why even 10kg isn't enough to last a month;!


I'm from the uk British and proud and I always cook from scratch!!!!! Not good to stereo type ppl!!!!!

sikiliza69

About 20 left by the door entrance pallet (could be more inside) as at … About 20 left by the door entrance pallet (could be more inside) as at 5:00am this morning. Good deal. Bought 2 bags now all i need is a rice cooker to enjoy this basmati...Thanks for the heads up OP!



Nah! do it on the stove. Loads of YouTube videos out there. No 1 tip wash the rice loads of times,before & after cooking! good luck

As an Asian who eats a lot of rice (no stereotype intended) this rice is good stuff, better than Tilda in my opinion.

shaysmum

Nah! do it on the stove. Loads of YouTube videos out there. No 1 tip wash … Nah! do it on the stove. Loads of YouTube videos out there. No 1 tip wash the rice loads of times,before & after cooking! good luck



I don't understand why you'd wash the rice after cooking it? being Indian we eat a lot of rice but never have I seen anyone ever wash their rice after cooking it. We all wash it between 3/5 times before cooking and let it soak to enable the grains to get longer though.

adhkarzf

I don't understand why you'd wash the rice after cooking it? being Indian … I don't understand why you'd wash the rice after cooking it? being Indian we eat a lot of rice but never have I seen anyone ever wash their rice after cooking it. We all wash it between 3/5 times before cooking and let it soak to enable the grains to get longer though.


Before Yes, After NO NO NO!!!!

I get mine from the Asian cash and carries usually, always an offer on a certain brand.
I don't bother washing it (that's if you are really fussy about every grain being separate, I don't mind a bit sticking together as all you have to do is break it up with a fork), just boil a kettle, put 2 mugs of rice in a pan, pour the hot water over it so there is about one'ish inch of water on the top, add a big chunk of butter, put lid on, bring to boil then simmer on low heat for 15 minutes. Comes out perfect.

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Not in my store. went today.
erm you definitely need to wash rice before as someone on here said they don't wash it. that just sounds like not washing their own clothing.
rice are dirty and white powder stuff comes off them.
scruff bag!! so you wash your hands

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jodiebaxter

I'm from the uk British and proud and I always cook from scratch!!!!! Not … I'm from the uk British and proud and I always cook from scratch!!!!! Not good to stereo type ppl!!!!!



hahhaah golly. you've got cained

NigelFartage

Cool story, bro.



Lol "NigelFartage"

Amazing what you can get for 50p per KG.

msharif911

As an Asian who eats a lot of rice (no stereotype intended) this rice is … As an Asian who eats a lot of rice (no stereotype intended) this rice is good stuff, better than Tilda in my opinion.

i agree.

seems a ghost deal.

Would have brought the lot and shared it with you guys x

Top deal

Gr8 offer..
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