Sainsbury's Basics Lasagne Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... at 76p, it is still a bargain as it is pretty filling with some vegetables or salad at the side. On first appearance, the ... more
by - written on 07/09/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I try to cook most of my meals from scratch and often like to try and avoid ready meals as some of the varieties are very heavy on calories, fat and salt. However there are some occasions when I just want something quick, without using up my recommended daily allowance of calories, fat and salt and this is where Sainsbury's Basics Beef Lasagne comes in handy! I first came across this ready meal in the frozen section when it was selling for 24p; I was quite surprised by how cheap it was as it was not on offer. It was selling for 24p for quite a few months in my local Sainsbury's before the price was raised to 76p. Nevertheless at 76p, it is still a bargain as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Product This is one of Sainsburys basics range. The beef lasagne is a frozen ready meal. The pack is 340g and contains 283 calories. As this is a basic product there is not a huge amount of pasta or beef in here but it is quite tasty. Opinion I went shopping in Sainsburys and saw this product in the freezer. The price on the ticket was 24p. At first I thought this must have been on special offer but it was not, this is the normal price! I have since bought around 5 of these and I can't believe that this only costs 24p! As it is a Sainsburys basic product there is not a lot of product there, compared to other ready meal lasagnes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 186 readings)
I got this Lasagne on my way to work on Sunday for something quick to have for lunch and I saw this in the freezer section, I also noticed a meat lasagne, as apose to the beef one, which is slightly more expensive but after looking on the Sainsbury's website I also noticed it has a higher meat content and the beef lasagne did me nicely for a light lunch. Price: This lasagne is only 24p for 340g! The meat one is 75p for 300g, so the Beef Lasagne is really good in comparison and well worth the money. Sainsbury's also make a Meat Lasagne for 4 which costs £2.98 which is also really good value. Packaging: The usual Basic's packaging applies, white and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I love nothing more than buying some bargains in my local Sainsbury's and I recently found a 'Basics Lasagne for just 17p (usual price 75p) and for this I received a 300g portion which is ample as a decent sized lunch. I have had one of these for dinner before and just had some nice garlic bread with mine. This lasagne is provided in a plastic tray with no frills and the top is sealed with clear cellophane to keep everything in and there is a cardboard seal over the top which contains all the usual information, nutritional information, ingredients etc and everything about this product shows that its cheap but for under £1 I wouldn't expect anything ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/09 (Useful, 42 readings)
I love a bargain, and as this Lasagne was under a pound,so i considerer it as one. It was the quick and easy option for me, as i was going to be busy, and fancied something cheesy... You only had to pop this in the microwave[ for 5 mins or so i think] and stir ad shake it when it tells you to. It was in a plastic container, with a sealed plastic cling film type lid. The slid of cardboard across the tub told you about the product and clearly showed that it was Lasagne. The coulor were not anything special, but at the end of the day, this is the basic range, and basic IS basic!!It clearly stated most of the info i need to know on the box. The Lasagne ... Read the complete review
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