Asda Duck Spring Rolls Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... leaves on it. You warm them up in the oven for about 15 mins and by the end of the cooking time you can smell the hoisin ... more
by - written on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
We've gone on a bit of a spring roll craze this month because my mum is searching for the perfect ones to go with the help yourself tea she's doing on Xmas night. We found some nice ones in Iceland but these from Asda are even better and they're only £1.00 for 10! They have got the special Xmas packaging now and the box is red with holly leaves on it. You warm them up in the oven for about 15 mins and by the end of the cooking time you can smell the hoisin sauce in the air, I knew I'd love them then because you can tell just by the smell that they haven't been tight with the sauce. They are a bit bigger than most of these sort of spring ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/09 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I always love it when christmas gets closer as all the shops start putting out enticing little nibbled, designed perfectly for parties, buffets, or people like me who like snacky bits. The other day, I picked up a pack of ten duck spring rolls from the freezer section, for a mere pound. The packaging for these is quite festive, lovely bright red, with the spring rolls resting on a square plate, and some slight gold accents. Inside the pack, the ten spring rolls ar enclosed in a plastic bad, which is pretty strong and took a little bit of struggle to get into . To cook these is simple - remove from all packaging, and pop on a baking tray in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09, updated on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 172 readings)
Mr Lools and I got very excited recently in Asda when we ventured into the freezer aisles and seen that party food was back. That meant only one thing, Christmas was nearing closer. I started buying Asda party food a few years ago originally for a Boxing Day family buffet. I bought this in the November of that year being organised as I did not want to worry about stocking up on food in the Christmas rush. However about a fortnight before our party Mr Lools confessed to me that he had in fact eaten all of the party food over a number of weeks and that party food in fact makes "a great evening snack". Luckily I didn't kill him and since the ... Read the complete review
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