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RAGU PASTA SAUCE 500g JAR ALL VARIETIES 2 for £1 ONLINE & INSTORE at ASDA
RAGU PASTA SAUCE 500g JAR ALL VARIETIES  2 for £1 ONLINE & INSTORE at ASDA

RAGU PASTA SAUCE 500g JAR ALL VARIETIES 2 for £1 ONLINE & INSTORE at ASDA

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Asda have a great multibuy on Ragu sauces all varieties

2 x 500G Jars for £1 (Normally £1.22 each or 2 for £2)

Original Pasta Sauce
Red Wine Sauce
White Lasagne Sauce
Onion and Garlic Sauce
Basil and Oregano Pasta Sauce

I bought 14 jars! At 50p each, I'm fillin' ma bootz!

24 Comments

voted hot. We have three children and these are an essential in our cupboard.

Original Poster

Glad to be of service.

I cleared my store out last night!
They had a long date on them.

:-D

Banned

voted hot but the sauce is too sweet for my liking

But when is your Dolmio day?

that is cheap.

voted hot.

Make your own... blah blah blah. You know the drill.

Actually, this stuff is pretty good to throw into your own Sauce, as it adds a bit of flavour. But you seriously can't beat making it yourself, and it's not even all that difficult or time consuming either.

Mama Mia!

MM

I find this one very artificial tasting. Dolmio is okay for lasagne, but wouldn't fancy it "neat" on pasta

Thought 'Ragu' were taken over by 'Knorr'?

Wintersun;1682061

Make your own... blah blah blah. You know the drill.Actually, this stuff … Make your own... blah blah blah. You know the drill.Actually, this stuff is pretty good to throw into your own Sauce, as it adds a bit of flavour. But you seriously can't beat making it yourself, and it's not even all that difficult or time consuming either.



Your recipe then, please.;-)

Good find! Perfectly decent stuff to knock together a quick spag bol!

Nice one, needed some pasta sauce.

s'a good price. Can't eat the jars of sauce tho - too rich, sweet and artificial tasting for me. Im sure someone will apprecaite it tho

diabeticguy;1682390

Your recipe then, please.;-)



One onion, chopped
Six cloves garlic, chopped
Two tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
1 can chopped tomatoes
1 carrot, finely chopped (optional)
1 stick celery, finely chopped (optional)
1 glass red wine
Herbs - fresh basil (lots), or 2 tsp dry basil
1 tsp dry oregano
2 bay leaves

(or just three tsp dried herbes de provence instead)

Heat oil in saucepan until hot but not smoking
Add onion and garlic and cook until soft (you can also add a packet of fresh/frozen beef mince at this point and fry until cooked if you want a bolognese)
Add can of tomatoes + wine + carrot
Add dried herbs
Cook for 20 minutes on low simmer
Add fresh herbs, serve.

Much nicer/fresher trasting than jar junk.

As an alternative to canned tomatoes you can use a packet or jar of tomatoes. Just don't foget the herbs

Add grated cheese (parmesan or cheddar) to serve

thats one **** of a lot of garlic!
Pasata can replace chopped tomatoes

I agree with dudedude that the recipe posted will be tastier and healthier than a jar of sauce. However there is no way those ingredients will come to less than 50p and it will obviously take a lot longer to make than opening a jar. Although I prefer to make my own sometimes you need the speed and convenience.

Cool thanks!!

Nice one...yum yum.

Better than Dolmio IMO
Hot

good find, thanks

Cherry In Hove;1682921

I agree with dudedude that the recipe posted will be tastier and … I agree with dudedude that the recipe posted will be tastier and healthier than a jar of sauce. However there is no way those ingredients will come to less than 50p and it will obviously take a lot longer to make than opening a jar. Although I prefer to make my own sometimes you need the speed and convenience.



Really?

More than 50p?

Can of tomatoes is about 10p. Onions are pennies, so are carrots, dried herbs are very cheap, and you are using a small proportion of a packet.

The only expensive ingredient is the wine, and you can certainly leave it out.

Well. Just looking at asda website. One can of their cheapest tomatoes is 21p. Yeah the vegetables probably only come to 20p between them, but then already you're up to 41p. Fresh basil (lots) will be pricey as will the wine. As you said, you can leave out the wine and use dried herbs but that kind of takes away from the point of making your own in my opinion.

I'm not knocking the making of your own pasta sauce as I think it is a far superior way of eating for taste and nutrition, I just think that unless you're doing it in bulk it's going to be more expensive than these 50p jars.

dudedude;1682796

One onion, choppedSix cloves garlic, choppedTwo tablespoons extra virgin … One onion, choppedSix cloves garlic, choppedTwo tablespoons extra virgin olive oil1 can chopped tomatoes1 carrot, finely chopped (optional)1 stick celery, finely chopped (optional)1 glass red wineHerbs - fresh basil (lots), or 2 tsp dry basil1 tsp dry oregano2 bay leaves(or just three tsp dried herbes de provence instead)Heat oil in saucepan until hot but not smokingAdd onion and garlic and cook until soft (you can also add a packet of fresh/frozen beef mince at this point and fry until cooked if you want a bolognese)Add can of tomatoes + wine + carrotAdd dried herbsCook for 20 minutes on low simmerAdd fresh herbs, serve.Much nicer/fresher trasting than jar junk.As an alternative to canned tomatoes you can use a packet or jar of tomatoes. Just don't foget the herbsAdd grated cheese (parmesan or cheddar) to serve



Great Recipe there mate! Though perhaps a bit of Overkill on the Garlic =]

I'd throw in some Sun Dried Tomatoes as well, personally. Adds a really rich flavour. But yeah, that's about the same as how I make my own Sauce. But I usually throw meat in as well, for a Bolegnese. Usually Minced Beef, but Cubed Steak is even better!

nice deal :thumbsup: hot
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