Asda Smartprice Spaghetti Loops Reviews
Product Type: Asda Pasta / Noodles
Newest Review: ... chart listed and cooking instructions are given and finally, contact details for Asda are listed. Its a nice enough can this ... more
by - written on 19/11/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
One of my favourite quick meals is toast. Course it isn't really a meal toast on its own so I usually buy some baked beans of some sort of spaghetti to top it with that I can bung into the microwave for quickness. Now I am not reviewing the Asda Smart Price version of these Spaghetti Loops and I haven't seen them available to purchase in my local store or from the Asda website (wwwasda.com) however the ones I am reviewing are simply Asda Spaghetti Loops and Dooyoo have told me to write my review here as they are simialar...so here I am lol. The Packaging: The can holds 395g of the spaghetti in tomato sauce and it has an orange label going ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 18 readings)
Although we used to always have Heinz tinned goods in the house, we have been branching out (if you can call it that) and trying some cheaper tinned goods. This was all the wife's doing - she's into saving money where possible, which I suppose is a good thing. These cost a bargain 14p for the tine, whereas the brand named one cost around 80p. Big difference. I wasn't expecting as tangy a tomato taste from these, but I thought even a milder tomato taste should be good on this on top of some Toast. The tin looked a bit basic. It didn't have a ring pull, so needed a tin opener to get this open. Not really a hardship. This had a paper label around it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/10, updated on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I have been meaning to write a review on these smart price spaghetti hoops for a while. They are always a few tins of these hoops in tomato sauce in my house as my children enjoy them greatly. They are often added to my childrens plate to add something extra to their meals. These can include jacket potatoes, chicken and chips, mashed potato and sausage and the easiest and most delicious lunchtime meal spaghetti loops on toast. These spaghetti hoops are not presented in the most attractive packaging. Basically they are placed within the usual smart price packaging of green and white. This packaging is very plain and would not make you want to buy them just from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
The product As with most Asda value products, the packaging is quite simple, mainly consisting of white with a green border and a picture of a spaghetti hoop. Something I've noticed about Asda value products is that they are often placed next to competitor products who have more colourful packaging. This has the quite ironic effect of making the eye be drawn to Asda's product rather than the competitors because the simple white and green design, awash in a sea of more colourful products, stands out quite clearly and catches the attention of the casual shopper. The taste The main drawback of this product is that there's way too much sauce. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/09, updated on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Oh no! What was I thinking? Clearly the recession has got to me because I actually went and bought a tin of these cheapie own brand things thinking they would probably be as nice tasting as the Heinz brand. Surely Heinz are just overcharging as they want to cash in on their label and Asda's own brand would be equally delicious without the hefty price tag? Guess again. ***My Opinion*** Sadly, they tasted really -- slimy. The spaghetti "loops" were thin and there was no "bite" to them (think al dente for pasta, then think how pasta tastes when its been overcooked.) Yuck. The taste, apart from the odd texture as ... Read the complete review
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