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Aunt Bessie's Roast Potatoes Big Bag 1.3kg £2.50 @ Sainsbury's

£2.50£3.4026% off
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Good deal on these, between 90p and £1.39 less than any other supermarket

Cut potatoes coated in batter, lightly fried.

Real Good Food Made Properly in Just 25 Minutes

This product contains certified sustainable palm oil

Gluten Free

Suitable for Vegans

As good as if you'd made them yourself, these roasties are golden and crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside. Easy to cook, delicious to eat, they'll make every meal a winner!

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    Are they any better than lidls frozen own brand? Those are pretty decent. Definitely a lot more convenient than my usual method of peeling, boiling, drying, roasting.
    I was going to ask the same question!! The Aldi ones are great in the air fryer and such good value. I bet the AB ones go SUPER crispy though!! 🤤
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    Aldi are better and cheaper,even better than McCains.This coming from someone who lives in Hull and used to drive for Tryton Foods delivering these by the artic load.
    I had a grandma Bessie who lived in Easington, and she was an aunt. so I say these are better.

    My mum buys these, but she's never had any from Aldi's, so she has no opinion.
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    Does Aunt Bessie really exist ?
    I wish I could say yes but sadly no

    History[edit]Aunt Bessie's Limited was, until 2018, a subsidiary to the William Jackson Food Group, a food retail and manufacturing business founded in Hull in 1851.[3] The current chairman, Nicholas Oughtred, is the great-great grandson of the founder, William Jackson.[4]

    The William Jackson Group's frozen Yorkshire puddings were originally created for Butlins Holiday Camps in 1974.[5] In 1995, the company started producing its Yorkshire puddings for British supermarket chains under the label Aunt Bessie's,[6] so a special food manufacturing company was set up, called Tryton Foods. However, market research revealed that the name Triton was associated by the public with items such as "...either with bathrooms and showers or inter-continental ballistic missiles." So the name was changed to Aunt Bessie's as a marketing ploy.[7][

    (From Wikipedia) (edited)
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    Like the Yorkshire puds, as I suck at home made. But the roast potatoes are rank. I’d rather spend the extra 5 mins pealing my own and getting the real deal.
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