thanks! couldnt see it at the 90p price in my local tesco so this is the next best thing
The cheddar and red onion wedges are still half price (90p) at Tesco, so can be had for just 40p with the coupon. Also, the rustic wedges are also still on offer at £1 (50p with coupon). Both already been posted: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mccain-cheddar-red-onion-wedges-600g-tesco-90p-40p-with-voucher-1265640 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mccain-rustic-oven-chips-skin-1kg-was-1-50-now-1-50p-with-voucher-tesco-1272230 Both slightly better deals than this, but for anyone with a coop as their nearest this is OK.
Posted 29th Jul 2012Posted 29th Jul 2012
Free ladybird books with Mccain smilles £1 in tesco£1
Free lady books with mccain smiles, this is currently £1.in tesco You need 2 tokens for 1 book. I am sure you can buy it from other stores too. Not sure if the mc cain 50p off ove… Read more
thanks but that doesnt answer the question oven....................durrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
same here, just got back from my local Sainsbury's, none there.
I think the deal is possibly for people who already have a deep fat fryer or a chip pan.. Your question is a bit like asking if you need to own a PS3, XBOX or WII when some body posts a cheap game deal ! Hot deal OP ,,, cheap as chips. Thanks
this is probably a silly question but do you still need a pan full of oil for these chips (like my dear ol mum did), only that seems like an expensive way to get chips if you factor in the cost of the oil
Posted 14th Apr 2011Posted 14th Apr 2011
McCain HomeRoasts Tesco 50p with Voucher£0.50
use the 50p of coupon from http://www.mccainitsallgood.co.uk/home-roasts.php homeroasts are £1 at Tesco making them 50p
Dunno if it`ll work, but I registered via an E-mail link (as I was already registered with them) and got 120 spud shillings for signing up. This is the LINK Like I said, don`t know if it`ll work, but worth a go. ;)
Thank you dealzilla X)
Visitors are rewarded for their engagement with points called “spud shillings” which can then be translated into vouchers for high street retailers such as HMV and Asos.com.
Posted 26th Feb 2010Posted 26th Feb 2010LocalLocal
Beer batter sounds weird but beer is often used by chefs to make a batter for fish, you cannot taste the beer and any alcohol is boiled off, it just makes a really crisp nice batter, don't believe me take a look at this: http://www.channel4.com/food/recipes/chefs/hugh-fearnley-whittingstall/beer_battered_fish_p_1.html
Of course the problem with chips is they just aren't fatty enough. Surely someone must have a solution ?
These are great, although I think its like Marmite you either love them or hate. I good price for them though Voted Hot.