Asda Pasta Snack Pot Reviews
Product Type: Asda Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... water to add to it, there is a full nutritional chart listed and contact details for Asda are given. It's a nice enough ... more
by - written on 01/07/10 (Very useful, 181 readings)
When it comes to pasta dishes I'm quite a fan of the stuff. I love of course making up my own dishes when time permits but with moving into a new flat and in a new town I've been run ragged trying to get new things for the place and to organise everything so time to cook has virtually been none existent. Nipping to Asda one night I decided just to get some convenience foods. Things to heat in a microwave and pot noodles and the likes when I spotted these Pasta Snackpots and I decided to purchase a couple of the tomato & herb flavour ones as I really thought I would love that flavour! The Packaging: White plastic round pot which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/09 (Very useful, 244 readings)
I've had an ASDA Carbonara Meal pot in my kitchen cupboard for absolutely ages, but never really felt like eating it. In fact when I did eat it I didn't really feel like eating it, however I was waiting in for a plumber and I didn't want to cook something that would leave dirty pots and pans all over the kitchen or have any strong cooking smells, and this was the only thing in the cupboard I could really eat. This is basically a pasta in a carbonara (cheese and ham) sauce that comes in a plastic pot, to which you add boiling water, a lot like a pot noodle really. The packaging of this is pretty awful to be honest. I ordered it online, but I think ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/08 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I recently decided that spending £3+ a day o sandwiches etc at work was a waste of money and that I should become a bit more money savvy and start taking in my own. Problem is I'm inherently lazy, and getting up even 5 minutes earlier to make a sandwich does not appeal, so I thought I'd get some snack pot type affairs to take in with me, pop them in the bag, add in hot water, and munch, money saved. So Asda had on offer 3 for £1.50 some pasta snack pots. I opted for two chicken and mushroom and one of the tomato variety. I took a chickenm one in with me, and I've got to admit I was quite looking forward to being all virtuous. On ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 126 readings)
Sometimes during the day I just fancy a warm snack, something that takes a few minutes of effortless work and it's in my mouth. As such I always end up with a few microwavable meals or noodles that just need hot water adding to them, something quick and easy where I don't care too much about the taste, its to fill a little hole. I came across Asda Tomato and Herb Pasta Snack pots during my weekly shop and so at 3 for £1.50 I decided to take a punt on them. They come in a little bowl like plastic pot with a plastic film lid over the top that's east to peal off, as it's not stuck down over the handles. The packaging is nice and simple, white pot with a red ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Asda Pasta Snack Pot were on offer at 3 for £1.50 when I bought these (I think that this is a standard offer in Asda and not a special offer) and thought I would try them as an alternative to Pot Noodle. The first one that I tried was the Chicken and Mushroom version I also bought the Tomato and Herb version. The first difference between these and the other brands of pasta based quick meals is the selection of flavours but don't let this deter you. The instructions on the pot tell you to fill the pot with boiling water up to the line, stir and recover with the lid for 5 mintues. The line isn't very clear and there is nothing to say fill here so ... Read the complete review
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