Asda Smart Price Baked Beans & Sausages Reviews
Product Type: Asda Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Rice
Newest Review: ... beans taste pretty good, even if you microwave them (and if you do that the whole 'meal' takes four minutes at most to ... more
by - written on 04/12/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I brought this tin of beans and sausages in Asda last week because I love them on toast and wanted to see what the Smart Price version are like because I quite like their beans. The 420g tin I brought cost 26p and that's a proper bargain compared to the Heinz version because that is getting mega expensive at the minute. I wasn't mad keen on them though and I think they tasted very low quality, I could tell from the sticky look of the beans that it wasn't going to be very nice. There are about 8 sausages in the tin mixed up with the beans and they are a bit longer and thinner than in other brands of these. They are proper pale looking and I wasn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I really do love beans and sausages on toast for a quick meal so when I came across these ones priced at a mere 20p a can opposed to my usual paying out on Heinz for the same size can (usually priced around 94p) it seemed a very good deal and worth a punt in my eyes! The Packaging: 420g can with a white and green label around it. On the front there is a photograph of the beans and sausages in a dish and I'm told they are Asda 'Smart Price' Baked Beans & Sausages In Tomato Sauce and that they contain no artificial flavours, colours, preservatives or hydrogenated fat. On the back of the can a full nutritional rundown chart is show, ingredients and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Beans and Sausages from a tin isn't something I eat often. My hubby quite likes this with Toast, but again we normally stuck to the brand named Heinz ones, as it's what you know. Then again priced at nearly £1 for the large tin it is kinda pricey. These cost a bargain 21p for the same sized tin, so was worth the try for the price alone. The tin isn't that exciting looking. It is a 420g can which has a white label on it with the Asda Smart Price branding in the familiar green colouring. Smart Price is the budget brand of Asda and some of the things are pretty decent. There is no ring pull on the can, which is a little annoying, but I would expect that for the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Im always on the hunt for a bargain and i saw a tin of normal asda beans and sausages priced at 65p and then looked along abit to find smart price asda baked beans and sausages priced at just 26p for a 420g tin. *packaging* Very basic white and green packaging with a bowl of tasty looking baked beans and sausages in a orange sauce. On the packaging it claims to have no artificial flavours and no colours,preservatives or hydrogenated fats. *Ingredients* Haricot beans (37%), water,sausages (17%),pork(56%), water, pork fat,rusk(wheatflour,salt),salt, sugar, mustard, ginger, pepper, coriander, nutmeg, sage, tomatoe puree(16%), sugar, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I often buy tins of baked beans and sausages because I find them to be a hearty and filling snack when eaten on toast or poured over a jacket potato. It took me years to start eating them as although I have long since served them for my own daughters and now my granddaughters, the sausages have always appeared extremely synthetic and unappealing. I started off buying the Heinz version but at over £1.30 a tin in my local shop it quickly became so expensive that it would have worked out cheaper to buy the excellent quality sausages from my friendly butcher, thereby defeating the object of buying them somewhat. I was browsing the Smart Price range in ... Read the complete review
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