Dolmio Jars - Pasta Sauce & Lasagne 99p @ Tesco
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Dolmio Jars - Pasta Sauce & Lasagne 99p @ Tesco

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LocalFound 15th Feb 2012
These are lovely - and great for a quick tea.

Includes ..........

Dolmio Lasagne Sauce - Tomato (500g)
Dolmio Lasagne Sauce - Roasted Onion & Garlic (500g)
Dolmio Lasagne Sauce - Creamy (470g)
Dolmio Bolognese Sauce - Original (500g)
Dolmio Bolognese Sauce - Original Light (500g)
Maybe others too.
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Italian tomorrow!
Love a bit of itallian..Head added
Although their white lasagne sauce is a bit runny..:|
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Better + cheaper to make this fresh!
95 or 97p in morrisons
VinegarTits

95 or 97p in morrisons


95p in Morrisons but only for Lasagne, not Bolognese (otherwise I would have emptied the shelves).
jackgordon

95p in Morrisons but only for Lasagne, not Bolognese (otherwise I would … 95p in Morrisons but only for Lasagne, not Bolognese (otherwise I would have emptied the shelves).


They do lasagne and pasta bake for 95p
bargainking

Better + cheaper to make this fresh!


True but very convenient if you're working 12 hours a day though... heat added
Great! Hot!!
Mattio

True but very convenient if you're working 12 hours a day though... heat … True but very convenient if you're working 12 hours a day though... heat added


I get what your saying but it takes 5 mins to make a sauce yourself.
Edited by: "Gormond" 16th Feb 2012
A bit of a weird question:

The lasagne sauce and pasta bake sauces have very similar ingredients to the bolognese sauce... Does anyone know if you can just use the lasagne sauce AS a bolognese sauce? Or is there a difference in consistency/flavour? I haven't tried it, but have always wondered....
jackgordon

95p in Morrisons but only for Lasagne, not Bolognese (otherwise I would … 95p in Morrisons but only for Lasagne, not Bolognese (otherwise I would have emptied the shelves).



Lloyd Grossman sauces - variety of them tomato & basil, roasted garlic, sweet red pepper are 99p in Morrisons.
moe922

A bit of a weird question:The lasagne sauce and pasta bake sauces have … A bit of a weird question:The lasagne sauce and pasta bake sauces have very similar ingredients to the bolognese sauce... Does anyone know if you can just use the lasagne sauce AS a bolognese sauce? Or is there a difference in consistency/flavour? I haven't tried it, but have always wondered....



You can do whatever you want.

I don't know how different they taste as I don't eat them but when I make Lasagne I use the same sauce I use for bolognese.
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sauce from a jar is not an acceptable alternative to actually making the stuff from scratch as dolmio is rancid I vote down
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sexyzak

Although their white lasagne sauce is a bit runny..:|



Their "white sauce" is absolutely vile. Not surprising when you see that the ingredients are Water, sunflower oil, butter oil powder, sugar and fat powder.

WTF?!!

Is that really how, "Mama used to make"? I make a roux with butter, flour and milk - pretty simple and also a lot cheaper.

I can also make a pretty good tomato sauce with olive oil, tinned toms, garlic, onion and seasoning - it ain't rocket science.

Voted cold because the white sauce is plastic, oily vileness and you can make your own ragu for about a 1/4 of the price.

Great for Lazy gets who pretend they have actually "cooked" though....
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Mattio

True but very convenient if you're working 12 hours a day though... heat … True but very convenient if you're working 12 hours a day though... heat added



Even more convienent to buy a ready made lasagne from Lidl for £2 that has meat and cheese already added instead of spending £2 on these sauces plus extra for lasagne, meat and cheese.

Just a thought...
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Good Deal Heat added
They would have to pay me to eat Dolmio products. Italians don't even know what Dolmio is, and for a reason.
bargainking

Better + cheaper to make this fresh!


I agree make your own sauce, not full of sugar & salt
1: Yeah make fresh is without doubt going to be better in every way.

but.

2: I leave for work at 6:50AM and may not be back home until 7:30PM (later if I go gym). Upon getting home I have a number of tasks to perform, from taking the washingIi put in the washing machine out and hanging up, feeding the cat, checking my mail, putting washing up away or actually doing washing up..blah blah blah etc etc Point is....to make fresh would mean I need to go and buy fresh in the first place (which means frige full of gone off items or a trip out to local convience store), then prepare and make it..........or I can use a tinned sauce and be able to have dinner within 20 minutes and have something of an evening left.
Matangouk

I agree make your own sauce, not full of sugar & salt



recipies pls - esp how you can make it cheaper than £1 for the jar. I'd be well up for cooking it but price of tomatoes etc at the minute - dunno if you could actually make it cheaper
chelmsfordman

1: Yeah make fresh is without doubt going to be better in every … 1: Yeah make fresh is without doubt going to be better in every way.but.2: I leave for work at 6:50AM and may not be back home until 7:30PM (later if I go gym). Upon getting home I have a number of tasks to perform, from taking the washingIi put in the washing machine out and hanging up, feeding the cat, checking my mail, putting washing up away or actually doing washing up..blah blah blah etc etc Point is....to make fresh would mean I need to go and buy fresh in the first place (which means frige full of gone off items or a trip out to local convience store), then prepare and make it..........or I can use a tinned sauce and be able to have dinner within 20 minutes and have something of an evening left.


Ditto.

If that is a

homemade

sauce, then I am the real Santa Claus! I can understand that some people may not have time to cook, but at least go for something better, like the Dress Italian sauce range available at Asda for 1 pound, the best is the basil and onion one. Alternatively, prepare ahead and freeze it.
vik1

recipies pls - esp how you can make it cheaper than £1 for the jar. I'd … recipies pls - esp how you can make it cheaper than £1 for the jar. I'd be well up for cooking it but price of tomatoes etc at the minute - dunno if you could actually make it cheaper


Agreed - Can you really make it cheaper? Tinned tomatoes 25-30p, tomato puree 30p, onion, herbs... worth the effort?
moe922

A bit of a weird question:The lasagne sauce and pasta bake sauces have … A bit of a weird question:The lasagne sauce and pasta bake sauces have very similar ingredients to the bolognese sauce... Does anyone know if you can just use the lasagne sauce AS a bolognese sauce? Or is there a difference in consistency/flavour? I haven't tried it, but have always wondered....



The sauce in a lasagne IS bolognese sauce. Really easy and quick and far tastier to make your own! Honestly!!
I know its easy to make yourself but I love this stuff! Dont care whats in it to be honest because at the end of the day its whether you enjoyed it or not! Heat added :-)
Smoggy71

The sauce in a lasagne IS bolognese sauce. Really easy and quick and far … The sauce in a lasagne IS bolognese sauce. Really easy and quick and far tastier to make your own! Honestly!!



It's not really quick to make a bolognese sauce, they take HOURS! A simple dolmio-esque tomato sauce however, takes minutes
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