ASDA Garlic Dough Balls Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: ASDA / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... butter and herb filling, as well as being coated in it. These dough balls are exclusive to Asda, so you will only find them ... more
by - written on 25/05/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
As a family, we like making homemade pizzas for tea and tend to have some chips and garlic bread to accompany our pizzas. Recently, for a change, I spotted some garlic dough balls when having a rare look around Asda, so decided to give them a try instead of the garlic bread. These dough balls are part of Asdas own range, and in a pack you get twelve decent sized dough balls. For the pack I paid £1.30, which may sound a tad expensive considering you only get 12 in a pack, but they are of a really decent size and as an accompaniment to a meal, you only really need 3 or 4 per person, so the pack can easily feed a family of four. Having said that, my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
When I make Bolognese in my house it is always accompanied by garlic bread, well actually that should be it WAS always accompanied by garlic bread because I have now found Asda`s garlic dough balls and they are absolutely delicious and very easy to cook. The balls come in a silver foil tray and they are already partially baked, they take between 8 and ten minutes in the oven and that's it they are ready to eat, I would always suggest that you just give them the eight minutes and even slightly less if you are cooking fan assisted because too long and the go hard. Once cooked they are served looking perfectly browned and they smell out of this world, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
After having the garlic dough balls in Pizza Express and loving them, I decided to give Asda's version a try. These are white bread balls which are filled and coated with garlic and herb spread and they come in the chilled section in Asda. They're already part baked which means that they only need to be cooked in the oven for 8-10 minutes before being ready to eat. They're supposed to be cooked in the foil container that they come in which does mean that all 12 dough balls need to be cooked at once. Although I don't think the foil container actually makes a difference to the outcome of cooking them, as I tried a few out of the container and they seemed to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/03/10 (Useful, 21 readings)
I am a huge fan of Pizza Express dough balls with garlic butter and had been using their at home range from Tesco however it was a little expensive at around £3-5 so when I saw these in Asda for £1 I thought I'd give it a try, but wasn't expecting to be impressed. The balls come ready coated in a garlic and herb butter and come part baked. To cook you simply put the foil tin into an oven for 8-10 minutes. I like to keep an eye on mine so they are cooked just right. I must comment that i have cooked them without the tray and it doesn't make much difference. I think the tray is used to keep the garlic and herb butter from running away and tainting your baking ... Read the complete review
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