Shazans Chicken, Meat, vegetable Samosas 50 pack £6 @ asda
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Shazans Chicken, Meat, vegetable Samosas 50 pack £6 @ asda

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Found 12th May 2016
50 samosas for only £6.00 that means 12 pence each, this company making nice samosas. i hope it will help someone who love samosas.
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50p saving from normal price or go morrisons and buy 60 for £6
copystuff

50p saving from normal price or go morrisons and buy 60 for £6



But not same company
good price normally £8.99 for 50 of these
these are crap. never again!
humdan424

But not same company


We had the shish kebabs and they were very spicey
Edited by: "copystuff" 12th May 2016
Halal- HOT! Must be deals in time for Ramadan.
copystuff

We had the shish kebabs and they were very spicey



mujunk

these are crap. never again!



I heard they were
The Indian ladies bring them to the school fair there home made and lovely and big
Edited by: "copystuff" 12th May 2016
mujunk

these are crap. never again!



Totally agree peas are hard and some potatoes had skin on oO felt ashamed just incase someone tought i made at home from scratch
These arnt all that, price ok, still better than nothing and at least stores are stocking them now
r u sure halal
Nothing beats homemade ones.YUm
use to get them direct to sell in our shop, but we couldn't buy them wholesale cheaper than asda offers. yes they are halal
frontmad

r u sure halal



There is always a comedian on here. Haha
Shazans is halal junk, they have been caught previously adding stuff to the food without declaring it, the food is not tayyib. I also don't understand why we insist halal food. The food of the land can be eaten. People of the book.
These sure look tasty but poor for health. I think I'll pass.
If halal is not important to you - the lamb samosa's are the closest youll get to a home made samosa
copystuff

The Indian ladies......lovely and big



SAUCY X)
rborhara

If halal is not important to you - the lamb samosa's are the closest … If halal is not important to you - the lamb samosa's are the closest youll get to a home made samosa



The closest you will get to home made is unlikely to be found in an Asda freezer, 'meat' sourced in Bosnia, all popped into a machine with minimal human interaction & ending up in your deep fryer 2 years later.....
Nothing beats mums homemade samosas.
If you live in an Asian area there's always somebody who sells them from home.
Still doesn't beat mums but better than the company crap.
Harith1066

Shazans is halal junk, they have been caught previously adding stuff to … Shazans is halal junk, they have been caught previously adding stuff to the food without declaring it, the food is not tayyib. I also don't understand why we insist halal food. The food of the land can be eaten. People of the book.


Non-halal is not ritually slaughtered. They do not slaughter the meat according to the laws of people of the book. Only Kosher meat and some greek orthodox slaughter meat according to people of the book in the uk. In the US it is only Kosher and Amish meat that is ritually slaughtered, and hence fit for Muslims to consume- the rest is cannot be eaten by muslims.
Need to be deep fried. Very unhealthy. I have bought Punjabi ones which can just be heated and no need to fry ,though they cost a bit more.
amzzzzyyyy

Totally agree peas are hard and some potatoes had skin on oO felt … Totally agree peas are hard and some potatoes had skin on oO felt ashamed just incase someone tought i made at home from scratch



​interestingly traditional samosas sold on the streets of India have the potatoes with skin on.
This brand of samosas are very poor quality hardly any meat inside and poorly made some of them fall apart when frying
Came to the deal feeling pretty happy with the samosa, came out of the deal feeling pretty disgusted and let down with the samosa.
These are ideally for the Restaurants and you'll love em once in there having paid 50p/each as a starters mix.
I'm always disappointed with the quality of these. best to grab some spring roll sheets and make the mix at home and start making some. I bought an air fryer and it's saved me an early grave....I hope.
Ahh just bought these the other day for £8.50 in Asda
sam_of_london

Need to be deep fried. Very unhealthy. I have bought Punjabi ones which … Need to be deep fried. Very unhealthy. I have bought Punjabi ones which can just be heated and no need to fry ,though they cost a bit more.


That is the reason I never buy any of these products- deep frying anything is bad. Making your own samosa is easy enough. The pastry is available in Asian type stores and I make a lot at once and store them in the freezer and then cook them in the oven when reqd.
Where do I find the veg ones?
scunny

Where do I find the veg ones?



Pop into store they may have it
nazhaque

​interestingly traditional samosas sold on the streets of India have the p … ​interestingly traditional samosas sold on the streets of India have the potatoes with skin on.



Alot of food sold in shops are consumed without a fuss ,but a diffrent view when fried at home thats what i meant
Has anybody tried to cook them in the oven just to experiment? I've done it before but they were home made and frozen but not sure about these ones.
amina83

Has anybody tried to cook them in the oven just to experiment? I've done … Has anybody tried to cook them in the oven just to experiment? I've done it before but they were home made and frozen but not sure about these ones.



How do u mean ? Do u defrost and just brush oil on top? oO intrested to try please explaib
amzzzzyyyy

How do u mean ? Do u defrost and just brush oil on top? oO intrested to … How do u mean ? Do u defrost and just brush oil on top? oO intrested to try please explaib


I make home cooked one in the oven.I make them, freeze them and cook them from frozen in oven. It takes time to prepare them but other than that, no problems at all
someguy003

Non-halal is not ritually slaughtered. They do not slaughter the meat … Non-halal is not ritually slaughtered. They do not slaughter the meat according to the laws of people of the book. Only Kosher meat and some greek orthodox slaughter meat according to people of the book in the uk. In the US it is only Kosher and Amish meat that is ritually slaughtered, and hence fit for Muslims to consume- the rest is cannot be eaten by muslims.



​If you are a pick n mix Muslim who thinks kosher and orthodox Christian is acceptable then you will find meat slaughtered to EU regulations is the same. The animal is always stunned (made to faint with electric shock) before it's throat it cut to drain the blood. There is no chanting though. Game such as duck, veal, pheasants are usually shot though but I have seen people in Muslim countries shoot them for food and when queried they don't seem to care.
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