Frozen Garlic 85p From Morrisons
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Frozen Garlic 85p From Morrisons

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Found 23rd Feb 2015
A massive bag of chopped garlic frozen into cubes. So useful for cooking as you can jsut drop one cube in which seems to be 4-5 cloves.

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Frozen garlic in cube form? oO Well never. X)

I use this all the time and the ginger cubes,they are great

Seen them in Asda too, I believe they're £1 there

Also worth checking out Laila crushed garlic in 1k plastic jars (the lids don't seize, unlike the plastic lids and glass jars) from your local Asian store. These are regularly sold at 1.99 (offer on the jar) for a kilo. They also do the ginger or ginger and garlic mixed for the same price.

Is it anything like comparable to fresh?

4-5 cloves I each cube seems a lot for a dish for 2 people or even a family, unless you are making big batches!?

AnnaMak

4-5 cloves I each cube seems a lot for a dish for 2 people or even a … 4-5 cloves I each cube seems a lot for a dish for 2 people or even a family, unless you are making big batches!?



Probably isn't hard to cut them into smaller pieces with a knife...

in Manchester superstore 2 for £1.50 nationwide
so cold from me

Edited by: "gulamnabi" 23rd Feb 2015

Disney will whack the Frozen logo on anything these days.

mamboboy

Probably isn't hard to cut them into smaller pieces with a knife...



when frozen? you will be lucky not to cut half of your hand off lol

Is therer a free Olaf in the packet

I have been using these for years and they are brilliant.

Even at the full retail price they are much cheaper than buying garlic bulbs and having the bother of peeling them.

I'd only ever use this for curry, but they are proper bo! Same with the ginger if you can get them... amazing value. Our Asda did sell them but stopped. They only sell tinny little cube packs now which are no way near the same value.

These are 2 packs for £1.50 in my local asda.

This is better than the frozen cloves. Great for curries. I aint bought fresh garlic for ages

These are lovely use them all the time

Good deal, heat added.
94p at Asda all dat long, but sometime it's on a deal "2 for £1" but not on just now, so heat added.

These are great for making your own garlic butter.

dean_brfc

Is it anything like comparable to fresh?


its far better if you ask me. one cube equates to around 3 cloves and is obviously very fresh and great for cooking & far less hassle.

AnnaMak

when frozen? you will be lucky not to cut half of your hand off lol


just get it out the freezer and within a few minutes, its like cutting butter.

chocci

just get it out the freezer and within a few minutes, its like cutting … just get it out the freezer and within a few minutes, its like cutting butter.



That is alright, I am not lazy enough to buy this product

AnnaMak

That is alright, I am not lazy enough to buy this product


Lazy? Its far better than the so called fresh stuff you buy

chocci

Lazy? Its far better than the so called fresh stuff you buy



there is no real evidence to back up such a claim, it will just be a preference thing.....

This is bang tidy. It makes your freezer stink if you don't seal the bag up but in the best way possible. Just don't put them down near the dishwasher tabs when your granny is about. Your house will smell delightful, and your curry will clean you out more than you're used to.

The Taj frozen pack is 400gms. Heat added - never seen the product but sounds like a good idea.

The non-frozen varieties often have vinegar in them - correct me if I am wrong in this case - which spoils the product as far as I am concerned. Veg. oil or brine would be much better as preservatives.

Great product, great price, thx op heat added!

this is not a deal this is there normal price 75p when on offer

Banned

Top tip. Buy several packets and hide them around your girlfriend's apartment. 1 in the sofa, 1 at the bottom of her closet , and 1 under the carpet in the bedroom. Wait a few weeks. Enjoy!

Good film. Heat

Tesco also sell these and the ginger if your local Asda/Morrisons don't have them.

RayB

The Taj frozen pack is 400gms. Heat added - never seen the product but … The Taj frozen pack is 400gms. Heat added - never seen the product but sounds like a good idea. The non-frozen varieties often have vinegar in them - correct me if I am wrong in this case - which spoils the product as far as I am concerned. Veg. oil or brine would be much better as preservatives.



Yeah the vinegar ones kind of adulterate the taste of what you are cooking.

Try the fresh whole Chinese garlic in Lidl it's in one round whole clove, easy to peel and strong
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