Asda Smartprice Beans and Sausage Reviews
Product Type: Asda Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Rice
Newest Review: ... calories for a can. But having said that it does fill you up nicely without the need to want lots of snacks in between meals. ... more
by - written on 15/11/13 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Asda Smart Price Baked Beans & Sausages ****The Purchase**** It seems lately that I have been systematically going through what seems to be the entire range of products in the Asda Smart Price range. The first and most blatant reason is the price; for their smart price beans and sausages comes in at 39p for a 405gram tin - I have found it is a fact that it is the cheapest tin of beans and sausages they stock in store. ****Packaging**** The packaging is the standard uniform of white tin with green band emblazoned with a very large font Smart Price screaming out at the top - trust me you can't miss this on the shelf. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/11 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Now for a quick lunch time fix I don't think you can beat baked beans on toast especially in this horrid cold weather we are having and one thing that makes baked beans on toast even tastier is a few sausages. So today after my daily walk into Town I had a dig about in the cupboard and found myself a can of baked beans and sausage to have for lunch. For 29p you get a 420g tin of Smart Price beans which are the Asda cheapo range for those of you who don't know. Now I will admit that you can taste the difference between Heinz and other beans in my opinion but I am not sure it is always a bad thing and especially with baked beans and sausage because you get a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I like to have snacks in the cupboard for the days when I have neither the time nor the inclination to cook something nutritious and healthy and this is definitely one of those products. This 420g can is available for 27p from Asda stores or www.asda.co.uk which I think is a fantastically reasonable price for something that could easily fill my up at dinnertime when coupled with some toast or feed two people with toast or bread as part of a snack. The beans & sausages are in tomato sauce and this is inside an aluminium can (without a ringpull, saves costs!) and it has a paper label on it with a Smartprice logo and the familiar green & white ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/09 (Very useful, 153 readings)
When I was little my mam would occasionally give us tinned beans and sausages with our meal, and when stocking up on tinned food recently, I decided to try a tin of the ASDA smart price version, for old times sake! I went for these over other brands simply because they were cheapest, and like many people I am trying to save money on my food shopping right now. The product is basically a tin of baked beans which includes eight little pork sausages in a tomato sauce. The beans and sausages come in a standard 420g tin, which is very plain - simply green and white, with a picture of the product in a bowl. On opening the tin, the contents ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
You know how the smell of a certain food can spark a memory or a certain time in your life. Well every time I smell baked beans and sausages it takes me straight back to my childhood. We used to go camping every year when I was young.For quite a lot of the time we would have beans and sausages, as they were quick and easy to make on the gas burner. I can still remember now how delicious the sausages were but being shared between a couple of us, it was always a treat to find a sausage in amongst the beans. I'm older now and have two children of my own. Unyet funnily one of their favourite quickie snacks is baked beans and sausages on toast. I offer them the ... Read the complete review
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