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Rustler Burgers 3 for £3 in Asda
Rustler Burgers 3 for £3 in Asda

Rustler Burgers 3 for £3 in Asda

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Asda are doing 3 Rustler burgers (all varieties) for £3.

Great quick snack for the back shift.

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those things are so wrong. I admit I have eaten them more than once - but never ever again.

The only time I ever had one of these was when I got a free one given to me. It was gross! As they are usually around £1 each anyway, not such a hot deal for something so inedible

after watching that Jamie Oliver program last night, its really made be think twice about food like this.;-)

Yup, after watching that last night, I'd rather stick skewers through my eyes than eat another rustlers burger.

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oh come on. 3 for £3 when they are £1.89 each. MEGA DEAL.

i thought this site was for deals not your health.

Anyway my weans love these things and ill be in tomorrow for more.

Along with the fruit shoots on offer.

madturbs;1467991

oh come on. 3 for £3 when they are £1.89 each. MEGA DEAL.i thought this s … oh come on. 3 for £3 when they are £1.89 each. MEGA DEAL.i thought this site was for deals not your health.Anyway my weans love these things and ill be in tomorrow for more.Along with the fruit shoots on offer.



Too right, Jamie Oliver sold his soul to Sainsburys a long time ago. Lets face facts even at £1.89, these weren't going to contain the best cuts of fillet beef.

Good deal.

These are £1 each in iceland

these are £1 each in Iceland

Voted Hot.
To be honest I prefer prefer Speed Snacks, but the supermarkets dont seem to stock them anymore

taste ****, then the kitchen stinks like a poo bag for hours after there cooked,

Voted Hot.
To be honest I prefer prefer Speed Snacks, but the supermarkets dont seem to stock them anymore

As an alternative to these burgers - you may wish to try UGO’s Panini - they are on special offer £1.14 at Tesco and also half price at Co op and take 2 minutes in the microwave


Initially there will be two products in the UGO’s Deli Café range, Chargrilled Chicken with Mozzarella Cheese and Pesto (170g) and Bacon, Cheese and Mustard Mayonnaise (145g), with a RSP of £2.29.


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“The range will enable women to enjoy delicious hot snacks that offer genuine convenience without compromising on quality or taste,” said Fazal.

“Busy consumers, who are bored with the same old sandwiches want an alternative: UGO’s Deli Café provides a delicious, mouth-watering hot snack, made with authentic panini bread, in the traditional Italian way, stone baked with olive oil, filled with the Deli inspired ingredients, chargrilled chicken, mozzarella cheese, pesto, and bacon, cheese and wholegrain mustard.”

I know that there are occassions when you only have access to a microwave and only have 5 minutes to cook and eat something, but if you're just getting these in to eat at home then surely some decent burgers and nice fresh bread would cost about the same but taste infinitely better and not be as likely to cause gbh!

Bigmacs are only £1 each with the bogof voucher!

Just found a list of the ingredients on Tesco's website: -

Beef Burger (45%), [Beef (75%), Beef Fat, Water, Textured Soya Protein … Beef Burger (45%), [Beef (75%), Beef Fat, Water, Textured Soya Protein (5%), Dextrose, Flavour Enhancer: E621; Salt, Sugar, Stabiliser: E451; Egg White Powder, Flavourings, Hydrolysed Vegetable Protein, Malt Extract, Yeast Extract, Colour: E150c], Sesame Seed Bun (41%), [Wheat Flour, Water, Vegetable Oil, Yeast, Sesame Seeds, Salt, Sugar, Emulsifiers: E472e, E471, Preservative: E282; Flour Treatment Agent: E300], Processed Cheese (8%), [Cheese, Water, Butter, Whey Powder, Milk Proteins, Emulsifying Salts: E452, E339; Salt, Calcium Phosphate, Colours: Beta Carotone, Paprika Extract], Tomato Ketchup (6%), [Tomato Paste, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Vinegar, Modified Maize Starch, Salt, Sugar, Preservative: E202, Herbs, Spices, Onion Extract, Flavouring]



Mmmm, sounds good, especially the massive 75% beef, still at least there's a nice bit of Monosodium Glutamate in there to give it a bit of a kick (E621 in case your wondering why it's not there!)

Mike73;1511347

I know that there are occassions when you only have access to a microwave … I know that there are occassions when you only have access to a microwave and only have 5 minutes to cook and eat something, but if you're just getting these in to eat at home then surely some decent burgers and nice fresh bread would cost about the same but taste infinitely better and not be as likely to cause gbh!



Totally agree, not only is it better quality, but its cheaper too.
1 pack of Asda extra special Burgers £`1.40
1 pack of 6 Burger buns £0.60

Gives 4 tasty burgers for £2, and a couple of buns leftover for your packed lunch :-D
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