Asda Smartprice Macaroni Cheese Reviews
Product Type: Asda Pasta / Noodles
Newest Review: ... difference between the two, I down-shifted a bit further and went for the bargain-basement Asda Smart Price version. ~The ... more
by - written on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Although Macaroni on Toast isn't perhaps as good as Spaghetti or Beans, it is a nice change and pretty filling. Wanting to save a few pennies we have been trying a few cheaper brands, and we find that Tesco and Asda budget brands are working out quite good. Yes, the packaging isn't that exciting, but who cares that much about that? This is in a 400g tin and I think it only cost us 23p. There is no ring pull so I had to dig the tin opener out, but considering I saved about 60p buying this one over Heinz, then a small price to pay. When I opened this I could see a good amount of Sauce. It was a light yellow colour and I could see the odd ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I enjoy macaroni cheese and sometimes make my own from scratch for an evening meal but as it is too time consuming to make for lunch I thought I would try the asda smart price version as a quick lunchtime meal. It was well priced, unlike the branded versions which cost far more than I was prepared to pay for a lunchtime snack. The consistency of the product is rather like macaroni in thick glue and the smell would also suggest glue..... Certainly not much evidence of cheese. I heated it in the microwave, which took longer than suggest on the label. When I tasted it it really was rather unpleasant and certainly nothing like cheese, although the macaroni itself ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/09, updated on 22/07/12 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I really do enjoy macaroni cheese but to be honest I'm far too much of a lazy article to make it up from scratch for myself so from time to time I'll treat myself to a can of it! Today I saw this in my local Asda today and decided at 39p a can I was definitely having it tonight for my tea! The Packaging.... 410g can with a white and green label around the middle of it and on that there is a photograph of a bowl of the macaroni cheese and then I'm told it is Asda 'Smart Price' Macaroni Cheese 'Macaroni Pasta Tubes In A Cheese Sauce' and finally I'm told it has an improved recipe. On the back of the can I'm told the ingredients and given allergy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/08 (Very useful, 231 readings)
Today I found myself once again in Asda. I swear I spend about 10% of my time in that place, as I now know it like the back of my hand and know where all my favourite foods are. Something that I do to make my journeys more exciting is by looking for exceedingly cheap food and buying it, partly so that I can review it for a profit, but also so that if I find something cheap that tastes great, I can buy lots of it the next time that I come and get more food for my money. Anyway, today's choice of new cheap foodstuff was a tin of Asda's Smartprice Macaroni Cheese. The tin looks almost identical to all other tins of Asda Smartprice foods: a mainly white tin with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/13 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I looked at the ratings below for this macaroni cheese and started wondering if my taste-buds are defective because my rating is so different from most! Hopefully it's just that they've changed the formulation, ahem... I'll start by saying I don't eat tinned macaroni cheese on a regular basis and do try to cook 'properly' as much as possible - but as most people will probably agree, it is useful to have a few emergency supplies in your store cupboard for those evenings when you get in late and are too tired to do anything but open a tin. Actually, I'd never had macaroni cheese out of a tin until a few months ago when I tried a well-known brand's version. I ... Read the complete review
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