Asda Smartprice Garlic Baguette Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Newest Review: ... wrapper. It is very basic and you get one baguette. * Price * The price for this was £0.34 which compared to other similar ... more
by - written on 24/04/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
Asda like other supermarkets, have a basic product range called Smart Price. In a bit to reduce my food bill, I have been switching to a few cheaper brands. *Product* Here we have the Smart Price Garlic Baguette which Asda describe as being *part baked white baguette filled with garlic and parsley spread* You can buy these in the frozen or fresh types. *Packaging* Like all other Smart Price products, the packaging is basic. You will recognise this but the white and green plastic packet. The front has the Asda logo, product name, a picture of garlic and the best before date. Flip it over and there is the ingredients, allergy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/10, updated on 07/11/12 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Both me and my mate who I am staying with at the moment like a lot of pasta and pizza dishes and of course no meal is complete with garlic bread! I usually opt to buy something a bit more expensive than this fearing that something this cheap will spoil an otherwise nice meal however the other week was the first time I purchased this and since then we've had a few of them! These can by the way be purchased in the refrigerator section or freezer section of Asda so you have a choice! The Packaging: Long white and bright green plastic wrapper. On the front of the packet I am told that it is Asda 'Smart Price' Garlic Baguette 'Part-Baked Baguette Filled ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I can't eat any pasta dish without garlic bread on the side, lasagne, spag bol, ravioli etc.. are just not the same without a slice or two! In most shops, to buy a frozen garlic baguette you should expect to pay around £1, Asda offer their smart price variety for only 40p! For this you get a 170g baguette, sliced and filled with garlic butter. You will find this in the freezer section and usually doesn't have as much frontage as other breads, so be careful not to miss it. The packaging is fairly plain, the standard white plastic with a green stripe and a green garlic clove printed on, the packet says this is a "part baked baguette filled with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I absolutely love pasta and one thing I love to eat with my pasta is garlic bread! Asda has a multitude of garlic breads available and I have tried a fair few of them depending on what's on offer. Seeing that they do a Smartprice garlic bread I was a little dubious at whether it would actually have any taste of garlic to it at all, and maybe it would just taste like a plain baguette. However for only 40p for a 170g baguette it was worth trying and I am really pleased that I did. There are only 2 of us in our household so this is the perfect size baguette, although it would feed 3 people but no more than that. Obviously with 2 of us we get half each which is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
One of our favourite meals in our house is spaghetti and meatballs, and we always have a garlic baguette between us to accompany our meal. I don't tend to spend a fortune on garlic bread as I personally believe the cheaper ranges are just as good as the named brands. I tend to keep in a couple of Asda Smartprice garlic baguettes. For the price of 40p per baguette you get a nice sized baguette already sliced into wel proportioned pieces, ready to serve when cooked. You get around eight decent sized portions within a baguette, though for a family of four, you may need a couple of these as one doesn't tend to go very far. Each slice has an ample ... Read the complete review
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