Argos have a similar spec for £16.99. Presumably from the same Chinese factory... http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7242524
All Pots Discounts, Offers and Sale - May 2018
Not as good as they used to be. A lot less chunks of chicken in those varieties and mostly stringy off-cuts. The Thai curry one is watery slop now, when it used to be incredible. The ones still worth getting are Moroccan Chicken Tagine and the British Pulled Pork Stew with Chorizo, Beans & Spelt. You're welcome.
Better off being in the know!
Thanks for sharing
I love the butternut one but it leaves me with terrible eggy wind.
These are £1.89 in Aldi all the time. Love them but I did have a bad one that was really salty. Peanut is my favourite.
I think that's rather unproven. I use an aluminium pan all the time for curries. Just thought it was odd that it doesn't talk about cooking, since that's what a karahi is for! Might be good for serving up a biryani or something like that though.
Not a good Idea to cook in aluminium, stainless steel much healthier.
Why does it say 'serve up'? Can you not cook in this?
My misses will use these on the dolls house she does for her and the kids. Will have to take a look today and see whats about.
Yep! Or you're very indecisive like me (lol)
B+q where doing them for 10p too, useful if your willing to use loads of pots for your project, have a very very small house, have appalling taste, or just like the Jackson pollock look on your walls
"Tesco's" doesn't exist. There's one called Tesco though.
No, that's Tesco. Tesco's is the equivalent to saying ASDA's, which is also ridiculous.
^What they said! Golden wonder sold the name to unilever years ago. Then stated selling these! Can't comment on taste as not tried either since. But used to be addicted to pot noodle in late 90s...! (:I
This must be one of the top 'home cooked' British meals today.
When did you get out from under your rock. They are a supermarket chain so big if you stand anywhere and throw a rock you are bound to hit one :)
I do shop at Poundstretchers but *some items are very close to sell by date & this deal only saving 1p (y) ( always like your posts @ Pounstretchers OP , I post offers too as and when ) 💖
Is it me or are they getting slower at processing receipts? Used to be a few minutes to an hour or so but now it's taking a day or so most of the time. Might be connected to the new app photo feature?
I've never seen the 22g either. Only in Boots and WHSmith. Like the barbeque ones. As said, like a denser Wotsit. Assume the flavour means you can't tell it's made of chickpeas? Got the cans of cocktails back at present. £6 for 4 cans under the 4 for 3 offer (at least in one of the express stores) so if it pays out on all 4, £6 cashback (so free), more if you take advantage of 6 cans of each.
Cheers.. haven't used that button in aaaages. Used to just list nearest stores...none of which stocked the offer stuff. This time it's missing some stores and showing others so will give it a go (y)
these hippeas 22g have been free on checkoutsmart app for months on and off, mainly on, nothing new here, sick of seeing them, i'd buy them just to get rid of them off the app, problem is finding them in the stores listed. the fage yogurt has also already been posted like the meatballs. hotukdeals.com/deals/fage-total-pot-yogurt-170-gmusually-1-now-free-tescosainsburys-via-checkoutsmart-2933549
Good more for the rest of us(excited) (excited) (excited) (excited) (excited) (excited) (highfive)
Greek recipe not Greek! The whole point of Greek yogurt I thought is that it's rich and creamy, not fat free. http://www.dw.com/en/greece-moves-to-reclaim-greek-yogurt/a-40357918
I've got 1 free on Checkout Smart and £1.19 cashback on Clicksnap (I should screenshot that one for the photo album, they hardly ever offer me free stuff any more). Don't they only allow you to claim from one app or the other?
I totally agree, honey's the best
I got the honey one last week on checkoutsmart. I thought it was pretty tasty - I was actually scraping the inside of the honey pot to get the last of it out so can't have been that bad! Free stuff is always the best though, so get it while you can. I've had a couple of hundred quid's worth of free stuff from checkoutsmart.
I got a free one from Checkoutsmart the other day. Not great yoghurt, but ok if free. They're doing 50p cashback on one of every flavour at present (some are at Waitrose / Ocado rather than Sainsbury) so 5p each if you've used Clicksnap / Checkoutsmart for free one(s) already and want more.
Ordered the 32cm for £10
That isn't strictly true when cooking for something like 20 hours. That is long enough for bacteria present to start causing trouble. The minimum safe temperatures required for slow roasting/grilling are very different than sous vide. Especially as sous vide is anaerobic, so bacteria that wouldn't grow under normal atmospheric conditions can start to flourish
Beef is fine to be cooked at lower temperatures, for example medium rare is around 55-57degC, because the bacteria only forms on the outside of beef and that is neutralised during searing at 200+degC. So I would be weary of eating beef that had been immersion cooked and not seared on the outside, but if you are confident in your food preparation and the source of your meat, then you should be fine.
You should really be aiming for a minimum of 60 degrees for 45 minutes to make sure it's safe. Looks pretty tasty!
I started typing before you posted your reply Jetset1981 then got called away and by the time I got back to my computer and finished typing and posted my comment I saw that you had already posted your reply, if I had seen it before I had posted I wouldn't have posted mine as your comment had explained it. (embarrassed)
Yeah, that's what I was trying to say (y)
I bought one from amazon last year...
I bought the Instant Pot in the U.K. from amazon on a Black Friday deal. It’s fantastic. All in one mac and cheese or the one pot lasagne are awesome.
Instant pot recipes can be adapted for any digital pressure cooker. They were available in UK up until around the end of last year. There are loads of multicookers, and lots of reviews online. If you're looking for a cheap multi cooker, Wilko's one is supposed to be good but doesn't pressure cook,around £30. The cookworks one in argos also gets good reviews,but I was put off by the non stick pot. Thats around £50 and is a pressure cooker. Just decide what features you want,then you can decide what's best for you. If you decide to get one,check the sizes first as they're big.
Already have,but a lot of the recipes are things I don't normally cook. Thanks anyway
The UK website https://www.instantpot.co.uk Buy it on Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Instant-Pot-Electric-Pressure-Stainless/dp/B00OP26T4K/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1525162369&sr=8-3&keywords=instant+pot
The honey ones are crazy tastey.
Just bought two of these, submitted one on Clicksnap and one on CheckoutSmart. Bought them for 55p from Sainsbury's and got £1.20 cashback from Quidco (£1.19 for yoghurt and 1p for receipt). I'll cash out the money for Debenhams vouchers once I have enough too to get the extra 15% cashback on top. If you are unsure which shops will stock them, use the map on CheckoutSmart, it tells you which items are available in which individual stores.
It’s Greek - pronounced fa-yee meaning food. Agree it doesn’t read well in English.
Just had the cashback paid to my and wife’s accounts, 2 Free pots, can’t complain -:)
The thickness, the smoothness. Proper greek yogurt
Ordered thanx Op (y) https://www.topcashback.co.uk/the-works/ Lol ;)
Only 50p for 1 in B & M
yes but it and is an instore offer.people joining this post will be thinking its online,can you alter your comments in this post please.
I haven't checked it online at that time
I have purchased 4 boxes of Bombay bad boy and curry flavour last week at 12 for £6 from Wolverhampton Iceland store at Stafford road.
Asda do these too for £3 and on offer for £2.75 at the moment. They look exactly the same as these and are really good quality
The Bodum ASSAM SET Tea Press (1.5 L/51 oz) and Glasses (Double-walled, 0.25 L/8 oz) mentioned above is a bit cheaper now: £9.96 Used - Good £11.31 Used - Like New https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B003WT160Y/sr=/qid=/ref=olp_tab_used?ie=UTF8
Used the pot stand/warmer for the (coffee) cafetiere during the first few days, not ideal. Where I live I'm surrounded by small supermarkets and finding loose tea is a challenge (online recommendations that don't cost the earth would be welcome!!). Found Sainsbury's Taste The Difference Assam Loose Tea 125g for £1.50-ish in one of their small stores tonight, now drinking my first cup of tea from my Bodum Pot/Rechaud! A week later! Wonderful, flavoursome tea, and the pot is staying warm :) No more have appeared on Amazon Warehouse recently, afaik, anyway. Boyf has just seen it for the first time and said, "Wow, that was a bargain, it looks amazing" :) Edit: Not sure a tea light is the most effective way to heat this pot. I don't think it keeps the tea *quite* as warm as the tea stand/warmer we used originally (as there's more of a height difference with the Bodum version). The tea is still drinkable, though. Maybe trying a slightly taller votive candle is the way to go..
I have received mine today and had my first cup of tea using it. Tore open a tea bag and tried that. How are you enjoying yours, louiselouise?
Watery soup, that's some diet. Have off and on had a bag of organic carrots&apples juiced up plus barleygrass powder. Got it out of a diet book filled with testimonies of healings. The author's missus keeps amazing the opticians yearly as her eyesight is consistently improving. Hubby's eyesight is perfect now and his colon cancer disappeared very early on.
Cheers! Unfortunately no loose tea left so I've just been warming the cafetiere. (I rescued RTC PG Tips Loose Tea boxes from Tesco a while back, ran out now). My favourite Loose Tea was Imporient (my Deal from 2014 only got tepid), now known as Birchall, and could be had for £8-odd/1kg from Amazon but it's nearly twice the price now. Will try a bigger supermarket later - worst case scenario, I'll buy trusty Co-op 99 Loose Tea :) Caffeine and skimmed milk are about the only sinful thing in my life haha...especially with me being on a 500 calorie day and limited to eating watery soup :)
I can only get it as £4.24
Not quite in mine, it's £1.29 but that's still good price for the cool breeze flavour which no one ever does.
Not sure why anyone buys this stuff (weird habit) but if you do PLEASE don't dispose of it on the ground like dog ends! What's wrong with people who think that's OK?
Are there ever any similar deals for the bubblegum flavour? It is literally the only one I like to chew now!
Good deal! Usually £2 elsewhere, I often buy on £1.50 deals. Also the car clip is great ( though you only need it once!)
Same price at home bargains. Good deal.
Really not the same, results are very different. Can be positive a steak/joint will turn out exactly as you want with minimum effort, assuming you are willing to prepare 12 hours previously!
Hmm....I always thought a oven did this
I have the same and just noticed it's on Lightning Deal right now £79.99 - lowest ever according to the camels
We (well, my other half) wanted to try a sous vide machine and we bought this, rather stupidly named, Wancle (note to car enthusiasts - not related to the rotary engine of similar name) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Wancle-Precision-Immersion-Circulator-Black-Classic/dp/B01LYS24J3 Had it for 6 months - very good and reliable. EDIT: appears to be on offer at £80 for a couple of hours - quite happy for any reader to create a deal.
Cooked my steak last night with a sous vide...was lovely.