Asda Chips and Curry Sauce Reviews
Product Type: Asda Ready Meals
Description:Type: Frozen Food / Straight cut thick chips smothered in a curry sauce.
Newest Review: ... found in the freezer section of Asdas and my daughter tells me that she paid £1 for it and it can also be bought as part of ... more
by - written on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 127 readings)
This is a review of something I would never buy and the review will spell out exactly why I would never buy it, the only reason I came to try this is because I was babysitting for my grandkids at my daughters house. The product in question is a frozen chips and curry sauce ready meal from Asda, it is of course found in the freezer section of Asdas and my daughter tells me that she paid £1 for it and it can also be bought as part of their five for £4 deal. The product can be cooked by either popping it in the microwave or oven cooking it, I chose the oven option as I am not a lover of cooking with a microwave but to be honest I doubt it would matter ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/10 (Very useful, 190 readings)
This is not the kind of thing I would usually eat myself, as obviously a tray of chips and curry sauce from the chip shop is far preferable to a frozen product which is simply going to be microwaved. However, I made the mistake of allowing my ten year old granddaughter to accompany me to Asda last week and she practically begged me to buy her one of their Chips and Curry Sauce to try. For just £1 I thought it was worth trying as it would make for a quick snack when she visited from school almost faint with hunger. I jest, she simply 'feels' as though she's going to faint due to not eating for the past two and a half hours! These are a microwave meal and ... Read the complete review
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