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KTC oil 5Litres for £3.50@ Asda
LocalLocalFound 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Just bought KTC oil 5litres for £3.50

No, it will work as veg oil.


No good for frying chips


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You can, but may need to make some adaptions, only on older diesels..plenty of info on it on the web, eg https://www.thoughtco.com/make-biodiesel-from-vegetable-oil-605975


Looks like your store is having a clear out

[Rollback] KTC Coconut Milk 400g Tin 50p at Asda
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Decent price for a 400g Tin. Still 75p in Sainsbury's that too on offer.

Don’t worry ... I was just trying to help with the screenshot ! Hope they get the stock back soon in your local.


http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?Query=KTC coconut milk


Must be my local that hasn't got any. I'm logged into my asda account and it clearly states item unavailable. I'm not that good with tech stuff so can't do a screen shot but it still say's it. Voted HOT by the way.


Just attached the snapshot that it’s still available !


1 ltr KTC 100% Pure Coconut Cooking Oil now £3 @ asda instore & online
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
morrisons sell it for £5 , some asian shops sell it for £4 A versatile high temperature cooking oil of neutral flavour. For baking, frying, grilling, roasting and spreading. Con… Read more

Also good in the bedroom! Careful at those high temps though ;) (and around any latex/rubber)


Solid as a Rock !!!!! (highfive) (horror)


Does this go solid during the cold weather?


Nearly 900g of saturated fat right there. Gotta be tasty!


we use it all the time and it doesn't smoke when we are cooking unrefined coconut oil starts to smoke at temperatures greater than 350 degrees, so I don't know what you are cooking at that temperature

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KTC Rosecoco Borlotti Beans 400 g (Pack of 12) amazon add on item minimum 20 pound spend required £3.60
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
add these to subscribe and save for as little as 3.06p delivered.if not order via alexa
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Oh No.


"...3.06p delivered." Really?


Now says dispatched within 2 to 4 weeks. Last time they sent me pack of sauce bottkes from abroad in 2 days time. Don't know how they manage to post and deliver so cheap and fast. I even asked the post office how much postage Amazon used but they won't tell me.


Local shop or Amazon over the fence? For a few pennies, local I think.


Amazon let me order this without the £20 minimum spend with one other item sold directly by Amazon . You may also try.

KTC Pure Butter Ghee 2KG Instore Asda £12.99
LocalLocalFound 2nd MayFound 2nd May
KTC Pure Butter Ghee. This is considered the King of Ghees as this one has no added materials apart from 100% Ghee. For 2kg can its a great deal. Plenty instore at Beckton Branch. … Read more

Yup. Pure as it gets. Been using this before the price went to the moon. For the past few months i have been making mine own using organic butter. But couldn't resist it at this price.


So is it pure butter ghee or not?


Where on earth did you get that idea from? Are you not thinking of Butyric Acid?


ethyl butyrate helps with the digestion of this product. i think its also a by-product in the making of ghee, though khanum has it added.


East End & Khanum are clear about what's in theirs, and Ethyl butyrate wouldn't put me off, it's in enough products out there; but oddly it's hard to find out what the 0.2/% is that's not butterfat in this product, it may be just water or it may be something else too so who knows?!

Found 26th AprFound 26th Apr
Costco in Birmingham have KTC 5L oil for £3.39 should be nationwide cheapest price you can get anywhere at the moment

None in Watford Costco anyone going to get


Oh lord they are lovely


But tesco dont have chicken bakes the size if my arm for £3.30 to eat while you shop (cheeky)


Also £3.50 in Tesco - has been for a few weeks


£3.50 at Asda where you dont have to pay any membership fees :)

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5 litres KTC Pure Sunflower Oil £3.50 @ Asda
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
loads of this at Asda watford, weather is warming up so time to stock up before all the Uber drivers buy it all up

Put it on the front seat, keeps beeping at me.


It's also good to rub all over your body and pretend your a slug whilst naked




Cracking stuff, great for using as sun screen over the summer, that big bottle shoul d see you right through the summer, golden crispy tan here i come. Heat, but not because of the price, but because i am Scottish, and anything related to frying, be it shallow, deep or roast is a auto heat for us Scot's. lol


If its pre-sdi, yes...preferably 50/50 mix.

KTC Chick Peas, Red Kidney Beans and Chopped Tomatoes 400g  4 cans for £1 , mix n match @ asda (instore & online)
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
best offer at the moment, time to stock up if anyone prefers plum tomatoes, tesco have these 4 for £1 https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/267141677

All this just for some chick please eta really get this going why don’t you buy a 2 kg pack of dried chick peas and soak them in water over night and for. £3.99 pack you can fill about 30 tins (lol) If you want them More cheaper buy a 100kg sack you can get them even cheaper if you buy a ton bulk bag of chick pease




Ok, if you're willing to get fleeced for tins instead of conforming outside the 'norm' then carry on. All I did was make a suggestion where it's possible to get tins cheaper but no you just had to turn it into a comment battle just like I saw you regularly turning the misc section into a 'Brexit vs HEAWD war' almost daily which then led to action from the moderators trying to stop such conversation comment wars. Want to know why Asian Supermarkets tend to be cheaper for 'Asian foods'? I'll enlighten you to the facts - far less overheads, lower bills (some by way of electricity and gas meter manipulation), closer ties with certain community food suppliers getting prices down, and paying employees (in some cases, *well, I can't mention the two words otherwise this comment would be taken down for political reasons (clue - the two words appear a lot especially on the Daily Mail website)*) in most cases far less than the minimum wage (cash in hand, so no obvious way of checking via documentation, and no easy way to get the owners caught and charged with the crime/s). I don't need to post 'proof' because there are many different 'Asian Supermarkets' with different names out there and if I did post a picture or 'proof' it would obviously be from a shop nowhere near where you could easily access (which if you had a brain cell to think and realise that was the case, you would not have made a fool of yourself here with such an outlandish claim). *Drops mic* Boom!


Do these cans have ring pull lids? I hate using tin opener.


Asian markets nowadays are not selling these even for 12 for £3. Best price locally for me is £4 for 12 pack. It's possible that prices may reduce nearer to ramadhan but im bot expecting a drop to anything lower that £3 for 12 tins. Some lesser known brands may dip below £3

KTC Chick peas can *Pack of 12* £0.38 @ Amazon Prime now London
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Chick peas showing as 38p for pack of 12. Bargain price if delivered like it says. Prime now order, so need to spend £40 for free delivery (mad) showing available in London pos… Read more

Yap, full order refunded (y)


I just got a refund for full order too!


Interestingly it states 4.8kg as weight, which is about right for 12 cans. Definitely ask for the missing quantities if they deliver only single cans. Most likely they’ll refund full amount inc postage.


Ordered this morning just got delivered and they sent 10 tins instead of 10 times 12 😡


Just had my delivery and no case but cans! Called amazon whom told me they are currently investigating as I am not the only one who’s on the same boat as they had lot of complaints, they agree there was an error on website and have taken the item off the website. They cannot do anything yet until they have investigated what has happened and will call me back! Told them to take back the shopping as I don’t want it, he said to hold on to it until he gets back to me with answers.. (devil)

ktc sunflower and vegetable oil 5L only £3.50 at Asda
LocalLocalFound 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
ktc vegetable and sunflower oil 5L only £3.50 each at asda, cemetery road, bradford

These offers are popular with asian families as all recipes use oil and alot of them have three homemade meals a day. Also they’ll be buying on behalf of friends/family who can’t get to the supermarket.



Dated until July 2019


Asda barking had these on offer at same price yesterday


Avoid any KTC product its terrible, cheap and nasty Its what all the restaurants use to save money and poison customers!

KTC Butter Beans 400 g (Pack of 12) £4.65 AddOn @ Amazon
Found 7th Dec 2017Found 7th Dec 2017
these butter beans are part of the add on program minimum orders of 20 pounds.however i add them to my monthly s&s and with 15% discount ie 5 items they work out at 3.88 also h… Read more
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They last in the cupboard for a very long time. For a quick snack in a pan saute a shallot or red onion, some garlic, then add chopped sun-dried tomatoes (you can also add pancetta), then add a can of drained butter beans and heat through. Serve with crusty bread, very tasty on a cold winter day.


Nobody eats that many butter beans. Surely. (excited) (excited)


No cheaper than the high street.


Subscribe and save it’s a part of amazon I have monthly deliveries if you order 5 items you get 15% off your shopping and free delivery.


What's s&s?

KTC Toor Dal Oily, 2 Kg - £1 - Normally £5+ in supermarkets @ Amazon Fresh + Free Del over £40
Found 7th Oct 2017Found 7th Oct 2017
Crazy price for a key ingredient in Indian cooking. Normally very expensive in shops and on Amazon. Seems like price glitch.



I'd it red or yellow


been not


Love my dals but this is one I've never tried... how do u cook it?


Fresh deals only for prime members or non prime members been able to join fresh and order?...

KTC Rapeseed Oil 5ltr and KTC Sunflower Oil 5ltr £4 instore and online @ Sainsbury's
Found 6th Sep 2017Found 6th Sep 2017
KTC Rapeseed oil 5ltr and KTC Sunflour Oil 5ltr £4 instore and online at Sainsbury's Extended Life Rapeseed Oil For all frying, baking & salads High in omega 3 and vitam… Read more



Tushe sir !


My old transit diesel loves this stuff...80p a litre.




Great got a few castings coming up soon (y)

KTC Kala Chana 400g (Pack of 12)  add-on item £3.24 @ Amazon
Found 20th Apr 2017Found 20th Apr 2017
A quite versatile, and nutritious, food. Potentially under £3 if you use subscribe and save

Ktc, try's - all made in Taiwan!


No ss option, £2.99 for 12 in Mina store


Ktc is rubbish, east end is better.


I could give you some good advice here, but I don't feel doing


' FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20'

4 for a £1 Various KTC tins Chopped Tomato, Kidney Beans @ Morrisons
Found 2nd Feb 2017Found 2nd Feb 2017
Various tins on Offer for 4 for a £1 Red Kidney Beans White Kidney beans Chilli beans Blackeye beans Black Chana Even had chopped tomatoes tins at my local store not online thoug… Read more

Lidl has chickpeas at 33p - 3 for less than a quid. [img]http://images.mysupermarket.co.uk/Products_1000/95/451195.jpg?v=3?1486154821454%20=1486154821454[/img]




Thats why you add a wee squirt of tomato paste and heat low slowly to evaporate and thicken/flavour it up. I never use tinned tammytoes without a wee squirt of tammytoe paste - its a professional kitchen basic. 200g 40p or brand queens can get Nappy on speshual at 75p ( a 1/4 off) Cheap tinned tomatoes & liitle squirt and the jobs a good 'ane ;) The 25p tins of tomatoes/mixed veg/chickpeas I mentioned are this brand


Tesco Superstore ? Have not seen one of them in Scotland in a decade, Tesco Extra 'under a quid guv' section ;) See my post below too :)


Can't recommend the Chilli Beans. The ones we had were MUSH. I complained to the company and they didn't have the courtesy to respond.

KTC Vegetable / Sunflower Oil 5l £3.50 instore and online @ ASDA
Found 25th Aug 2016Found 25th Aug 2016
27/8 - Now available online https://groceries.asda.com/product/oil/ktc-vegetable-oil/910000322461 https://groceries.asda.com/product/oil/ktc-sunflower-oil/910000318048
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FEB 2018


And what is its BBE date?


Or they could spray there chips a little and put them in the oven


found these in asda Hollins road Oldham, use by date was 2017


Bet all the fattys love this deal, drooling over the amount of chips they can get from this is a chip pan. Greasy swines

KTC Pure Butter Ghee 1kg £4 / 2kg £7@ ASDA
Found 26th Jun 2016Found 26th Jun 2016
Quality Guaranteed The best butter ghee made from finest quality butter. Perfect for cooking and a wide range of preparations. singhisking68 https://groceries.asda.com/product/as… Read more
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Ghee whizz!


yes,1kg £1


I agree with you that the system could be improved and statins are somewhat controversial, I just wanted to try and address some points in general. I'm not sure who else would or be able to afford to fund all these multimillion pound products and their research. The government would be the next likely choice but expect a lot of rises in tax if this happened. :D Whilst it is expected to closely scrutinise industry funded research, it's funding is not a reason to dismiss it or make it the majority of any critical analysis, particularly if it's high quality as thinking that way brings in confirmation bias. The vast majority of drug experts will probably have worked for or received funding either directly or indirectly from drug companies at some point in their careers. It's hard to get away from this fact of life and it's not enough to assume every scientist and expert is or will become corrupt at some point as a result. Some naivety here but I think most scientists are driven by recognition by their peers and making a difference to people and science, not just easy cash. The best professors tend to work for more prestigious universities, expert engineers tend to work for the biggest engineering companies. NICE denies and has denied many potentially promising treatments because of a lack of research, costs or poor cost benefit ratios as the many people affected by these decisions will unfortunately tell you.


Who funds the majority of the research that NICE guidelines are based on? How many members of the NICE panel have previously been funded by drugs companies or would like to have the opportunity to receive drugs companies' funds in the future? I'm not suggesting the system is completely corrupt, but I wouldn't take what they advise as gospel truth. Medical opinion does change.


Good price op, thanks. I've been thinking of swapping to ghee from oil. When cooking, do I replace a tbsp oil with 1oz/25g?

KTC Red Lentils & other Dal's 2kg £3, KTC Superfine Gram Flour 2kg - £1.50 @ Morrisons
Found 24th Jun 2016Found 24th Jun 2016
2kg Dal's - £3 KTC Toor Dal Oily KTC Red Lentils KTC Yellow Mung Dal KTC Urid Dal White KTC Dry Toor Dal KTC Brown Lentils KTC Chana Dal KTC Kala Chana Dal KTC Superfine Gram Flou… Read more

Toor daal is lovely in soup too. I cook it separately so I can remove the white froth. Then I add it to the cooked Indian spices/ veg/ veg stock.


These ones are so hard to cook in pressure cooker. Much easier to buy preboiled lentils in cans or Askoka/kohinoor etc lentil curry in tesco and sainsbury


Lentils are good if you don't remove the fiber cover. The ones without cover (read fiber) are not so healthy


All much cheaper at my local asian food store. But good for those who don't have access.


Been this price for a while now

KTC 100% Pure Coconut Cooking Oil 650ml only £2 @ ASDA
Found 22nd Jun 2016Found 22nd Jun 2016
For frying, baking, roasting and spreading. A versatile, flavourless oil suitable for high temperature cooking. Contains no hydrogenated fat. Suitable for vegetarians.
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Not sure about it being a fad that will pass, might be more popular now but I've known about this and used it for more than 10 years, (not this specific product as I recently discovered it was not that healthy) I like the taste of coconut oil in food better than olive oil. Obviously if new information comes in which says coconut oil is bad and the oil from an elephants nut sack is the next super oil than I'll probably switch as I've always been health conscious, thats just how life works, you learn more and you adapt. anyway this "fad" has been around long enough and will probably be as popular as "extra virgin pure 100% cold pressed by blonde FHM models olive oil" in a bit of time.


I think you mean skeptical people. ;) If you like to use it by all means however it's really not the miracle health substance most of the media/internet/gurus make it out to be.


Whenever anybody is health conscious and attempts to share knowledge there are always cynical people waiting in the wings to criticise it. Probably to justify their own unhealthy existence..anyway, back to the oil, it may contain trans fats...not good, I've been buying this and will now switch!


​Its just a fad in the West & it'll pass to be replaced by the next 'super food' Meanwhile the rest of the world will continue unaffected, probably pleased to have got their coconut oil back!


it's interesting, people have been using coconut oil for hundreds of years and then all of a sudden it becomes the in thing in the west and we must use this new fangled cold pressed because

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