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Birds Eye Falafel 450g - 90p instore @ Company Shop, Southampton
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th MayLocalLocal
Falafel at a third of normal price. 30 per 450g pack. 5000116125678 Dated 12/2022. Listed as local, but.......
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What I do is add a little salt, pepper, cumin, chili flakes and fresh coriander or chopped spinach to the mixture. Basically pimp them falafels!


Yes the dry mixes are the ones I'm used to, I will try a local store as you suggested thank you I will give Ramona a try thank you


Ramona's is the nicest I've had. Much better than the other brands, which are overloaded with coriander IMO. I think Ocado sells the frozen ones and Sainsbury's sells both fresh and frozen.


Ate 3 packs in one go, now I Falafel


I buy from local Mideast ethnic stores - they are mixes that you add water to and leave for about 30 mins, shape and fry. Brand escapes me but Made in Lebanon. Or I buy freshly made & cooked from a restaurant close by. Bit more expensive but absolutely divine!

Birds Eye 2 Seeded Crust Fish Fillets with Pumpkin Seeds & Buck Wheat (Or Linseeds & Sunflower) £1.40 (Clubcard Price) @ Tesco
06/06/2022Expires on 06/06/2022Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
At least half the price of anywhere else selling these products that I can see! Choice of 2 flavours. Link to Linseed & Sunflower Version (Same offer)…

Yep. We have. The majority of people are overweight/obese and more than likely suffering from underlying health conditions. Progress, right?


Dead right. But we’ve moved on a little since then. Me, I’ve reached the point where I cook my fish using electricity. Whatever next?


In caveman/woman days you would have eaten the lot and not had a single issue with doing so :P


I don't mind Pollock but formed Pollock? In other words, all the bits they scrape off the bones, formed into fish shapes. Not for me.


I love these, Cod £7.60 per kg. They also sell a batter version but it’s not in stock for me online. This deal is £6.36 per kg for Pollock, not much cheaper really. (BTWTesco have the wrong price per kg)!


Well said, Iceland trying it on!


Prefer southern fried version, six for £3 in Morrisons at the moment, two for a quid is the normal discount and pre Brexit price and turns up from time to time. The Lidl alternative is 4 for £1.69 (when in stock) and yet better, so no reason to pay more than 50p per piece.


im sure i saw this yesterday on bonus card Coffee Mate Original 1kg | Hot Beverages | Iceland Foods its was 50p off

Birds Eye 18 Potato Waffles 1.02kg - 99p @ Morrisons
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Description Waffles formed from freshly mashed potatoes, lightly fried. Waffly Versatile™ Great for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack! Load them with your favourite toppings and tuck in…

Tried a couple of stores and didn’t seem to stock this size. 😩




Co op's £5 freezer fillers this week include birdseye mini waffles


Has anyone managed to get these at this price??


The only new thing is a toaster. We never had one till the early 90's, so had to do them under the grill on the oven They taste even better in a toaster (party)

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Birds Eye Green cuisine chilli mix 350g - 39p Instore @ Farmfoods (Mitcham)
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th MayLocalLocal
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I prefer that one but they didn't have it not a fan of chilli.


Could only find the Bolognese mix for 39p. Still a bargain (y)


Getting rid of the old packaging, hence the price.


Niiiice.... thanks

Birds Eye 4 Battered Cod Large Fillets 440g - £3.50 @ ASDA
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Ingredients Cod (Fish) (54%), Batter Coating*, Rapeseed Oil, *Batter Coating (Flour (Wheat, Rice, Maize), Water, Starch (Potato, Wheat), Salt, Raising Agents (Disodium Diphosphates, Sodium …
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The Aldi ones are really good,I remember the simply fish ones years ago that were really good and the Aldi ones are just the same,no crappy bits in just pure fish


54 % no way ... l cant believe its a friday night and l am posting about % fish content and reading how to save money.. God what happened and l wish l was 20 year younger... (embarrassed)


Same price in Tesco if you have a Clubcard, I almost bought some yesterday but a lady passing told me they're very small and disappointing and to go to Aldi instead lol


I guess you mean taste. Probably because it only actually contains 54% fish and the rest is "stuff".


Why do these look great on the box but are so disappointing in real life conditions?