Goldenfry Dumplings Mix Reviews
Product Type: Goldenfry Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Goldenfry / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... 30 years along with other mixes. I think it cost my dad about 45p from a local corner shop, so it is probably slightly less ... more
by - written on 13/11/10 (Very useful, 201 readings)
My dad used to make me stew when I felt ill complete with dumplings. I recently mentioned to him that I had a slow cooker and was going to try and make a stew in it, so off he went and bought me a packet of dumpling mix :) The mix bought was by a company called Goldenfry, who I had not heard of before but are a English firm based in Yorkshire. They have apparently been making the mix for over 30 years along with other mixes. I think it cost my dad about 45p from a local corner shop, so it is probably slightly less in a supermarket. The packet is a cardboard one which does have a somewhat old fashioned homey look about it, both in print and style. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/10 (Very useful, 165 readings)
After reading Foxy Red's review on Goldenfry dumplings I decided to give them a go. Although I've recently mastered Jamie Oliver's beef and ale stew recipe, I can't seem to get the dumpling mix right, so the idea of a mix that you just add water to really appealed to me. You can buy Goldenfry dumplings in all major supermarkets, I buy mine from Asda for the bargain price of 42p. They come in a yellow cardboard box so they are really easy to spot on the shelf and they're usually located near other home baking products. To make these dumplings you empty the packet into a mixing bowl and add 75ml of cold water, you then mix it all together with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/10 (Very useful, 159 readings)
I love making stews and casseroles and things like that, ever since I treated myself to a slow cooker! They're simple to make but the one thing I am not good at making myself (unlike my Mother) is dumplings! So after a few failed attempts at them I decided to cheat my way through when I spotted this dumpling mix, in Asda costing a mere 42p a box The Packaging: The mix comes in a yellow box with a photograph of a stew on the front with a few of these dumplings in it. I am told that they are 'Made in Yorkshire, Original, For over 30 years', A Mix For Farmhouse Style Dumplings, Light & Fluffy' and that they are made by Goldenfry. Other information ... Read the complete review
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