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Giovanni Rana Tortelloni Pasta Packs £1.78 each or 2 for £1.50 @ Asda in store!
Giovanni Rana Tortelloni Pasta Packs £1.78 each or 2 for £1.50 @ Asda in store!

Giovanni Rana Tortelloni Pasta Packs £1.78 each or 2 for £1.50 @ Asda in store!

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I thought that this was a mis price, but they scanned through at 2 for £1.50 so I stocked up! All flavours were included in the deal. They're actually really nice (I am picky with things like this and was surprised when I had them the first time). They cook in one minute and all you need to do is add some sauce if you want. Each pack has enough for one on their own easily, but can stretch for two if you add a couple of things with them. They last for about six weeks in the fridge as well. Absolute bargain at this price.

This was in Asda behind the Moss Side sports centre in Manchester (I know, lucky to get out alive), but I'd be surprised if it wasn't nation wide.

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Have some Heat and Rep!

Great Deal, i normally get another make which are amount £1.00 each.. -- So i will stock up on these when i go shopping??

Are these ones freezable do you know as some fresh pasta is not?

Rick

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RickT;5438481

Have some Heat and Rep!Great Deal, i normally get another make which are … Have some Heat and Rep!Great Deal, i normally get another make which are amount £1.00 each.. -- So i will stock up on these when i go shopping??Are these ones freezable do you know as some fresh pasta is not?Rick

They are freezable, but the guidelines say to consume in one month, and the sell by date is about six weeks. They will probably last longer than that frozen, but the refrigerated sell by date is very decent anyway.

I buy these in Asda all the time, very nice pasta. Strangely they normally dont sit next the other filled pasta, and are on offer at £1 all the time, so two for £1.50 i'll have to stock up :thumbsup:

Crazy Jamie;5438559

They are freezable, but the guidelines say to consume in one month, and … They are freezable, but the guidelines say to consume in one month, and the sell by date is about six weeks. They will probably last longer than that frozen, but the refrigerated sell by date is very decent anyway.



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Rick

easily the best fresh pasta, number one in Italy so you can't argue with that.

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zeroHour2;5438980

I buy these in Asda all the time, very nice pasta. Strangely they … I buy these in Asda all the time, very nice pasta. Strangely they normally dont sit next the other filled pasta, and are on offer at £1 all the time, so two for £1.50 i'll have to stock up :thumbsup:

Yeah I think they may be on offer in Sainsburys at the moment for around £1 each. Still can't touch these deal though.

Got to say I found the spinach and Ricotta bland and tasteless, the lasagne was ok but not as good as home made, not for me but ok for my other half as a quick meal.

tommyturnip;5441037

easily the best fresh pasta, number one in Italy so you can't argue with … easily the best fresh pasta, number one in Italy so you can't argue with that.



I can.

Not at all impressed with them. TOO thin pasta, bust too easily, and bland and tasteless, not as good as most of the supermarket own brands even!

RickT;5438481

Have some Heat and Rep!Are these ones freezable do you know as some fresh … Have some Heat and Rep!Are these ones freezable do you know as some fresh pasta is not?Rick



I've frozen these before and they cook ok.

Yeah baby, PASTA TIME! Shabba.

Bought the tortellini & lasagne when they were on offer in Asda, they were disgusting, the cheese sauce is horrible!

Banned

they aint all that...some people just love fancy names (like the OP) and the mind makes out as if its something special.

theyre the same if not worse than some others without the dodgy names!!

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kapows;5449437

some people just love fancy names (like the OP) and the mind makes out as … some people just love fancy names (like the OP) and the mind makes out as if its something special.


Actually, when I first tried these I was largely apprehensive more than anything, because I'd never had a fresh pasta out of a packet. So that classic example of an entirely unnecessary 'intellectual' internet put down could not be more wrong. By all means stick with it if it makes you feel clever though :thumbsup:

The lasange made by these guys is pretty special imho.

Damn, I bought these 3 and 3 quid at Sainos tonight!

I use them when I can't be bothered cooking, but as others have said even with a decent sauce they do taste quite bland. Tesco do a bag nearly twice the size of these for £1, or at least they use to, I haven't bought them for ages though.

Nothing wrong with them as quick snack! 75p per packet is a great price
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