Royal Desserts (various 500g) 3  for £6 @ Asda Online and Instore.
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Royal Desserts (various 500g) 3 for £6 @ Asda Online and Instore.

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Found 22nd Jun 2016
With Eid coming up in less in 2 weeks and also time to stock pile for the increase number of visitors. Tesco have similar deal but most items are out of stock. Forget the calories when having this but your stomach will be happy.

In offer are

Kalajaam
Gulabjam
Rassogulla
Rassomalai
and Gajar Halwa (250g).

Not sure how long this offer will last, but grab it when you can.
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I bought these today £1.50 each in store at Asda
Nnnnnnice find op, heat added
nazmanchester

I bought these today £1.50 each in store at Asda



​i thought that offer was gone? i brought some about 3 days ago for £1.50
nazmanchester

I bought these today £1.50 each in store at Asda


Lucky sod. same 500g as they do smaller packet as well for 250g. Its always around the
£3 mark.
Ahh yes those world famous deserts no kitchen should be without lol. There is a good reason when people order deserts in an Indian restaurant they have either ice cream or coffee.. Still a change is a change I suppose oO
shabbird

Lucky sod. same 500g as they do smaller packet as well for 250g. Its … Lucky sod. same 500g as they do smaller packet as well for 250g. Its always around the £3 mark.



​yes they are 6 in a pack. half price label on the shelves.

Rumana03

​i thought that offer was gone? i brought some about 3 days ago for £1.50



​no its still half price at asda sport city
nazmanchester

​yes they are 6 in a pack. half price label on the shelves.


sadly nothing like this at my local asda.
still hot though
Approved by the Queen?
Gollywood

Approved by the Queen?


Must be (_;)
picture misleading they dont look like that when you open the box oO voted hot anyhow good price
Wern't the Eid in Dr who?oO
that's dear.
I bought them cheaper last time.
15% of ambala if you want to push the boat out
love these. wish they had them in my local store
BeerGoggles

Ahh yes those world famous deserts no kitchen should be without lol. … Ahh yes those world famous deserts no kitchen should be without lol. There is a good reason when people order deserts in an Indian restaurant they have either ice cream or coffee.. Still a change is a change I suppose oO


I had the Kalahari and the Sahara in my local..
Pluun

Wern't the Eid in Dr who?oO



That's the ude my dear not eid X)
Thanks for posting
hot deal....
Same price at Tescos too...
Gulab Jamun is one of my fave desserts of all time... interesting that they have altered the name tho... not very edumactional
Might give these a go, but I prefer going to the local sweet center.
Yummy...
Someone rate each one out of 10 and are they vegetarian.
furbix

Someone rate each one out of 10 and are they vegetarian.


Yes all of them are suitable for vegetarian. Gulabjam is really great and rasmalai. I would give both 9s.

Gajar Halwa is a carrot mix and we always get it 7 or 8 out of 10 but this is the one
we get the most. Just warm it up and serve. The others Im not sure.
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Great for a victory leave party today!!!
Hmmm the rasmalai and gajar halwa only has a 8 days life, definitely not gonna last until Eid
I love gulabjam.
terayon00

That's the ude my dear not eid X)


< Checked up.
It's the Ood. oO
adz2010

Hmmm the rasmalai and gajar halwa only has a 8 days life, definitely not … Hmmm the rasmalai and gajar halwa only has a 8 days life, definitely not gonna last until Eid


See the use by date.. The ones I get last for 3 or 4 weeks. Just don't open them. If you do, you must eat them within 3 days.
furbix

Someone rate each one out of 10 and are they vegetarian.



They are vegetarian. I normally go for the Rasmalai and Gulab Jamun (spelt differently by the brand for some reason)

The Gulab Jam is VERY sweet, and has a really soft cake-like texture. Warm a piece up, and serve it with some ice cream - it is probably what heaven would taste like if it were a dessert. 9/10

The Rasmalai is another fav, its made using cream and the Royal brand normally use a thicker cream than you would find at most indian dessert shops. 9/10


Edited by: "proteinshaykh" 23rd Jun 2016
Burhanu79

love these. wish they had them in my local store


You obviously live in an area untouched by brown faces. Oh dear
shabbird

Must be (_;)



​approved by KITCHEN QUEEN .... LoL
good find are thy still on offer
r4ni1410

good find are thy still on offer


thanks..yes they are.
Edited by: "shabbird" 24th Jun 2016
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