Asda Southern Fried Potato Wedges Reviews
Product Type: Asda Spices & Seasoning
Newest Review: ... like the taste though so they may be perfectly tasty for others. These only cost 52p for a big 750g packet so they are very ... more
by - written on 16/04/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Potato wedges are probably my favourite type of frozen potato and they are a constant thing in my freezer that I put with almost any meal. I usually buy Iceland's potato wedges but, having not realised that I'd run out of them the other day, the Asda wedges were the only ones I was able to get as I was shopping there that night. I already felt a little disappointed in being forced to get the Asda ones as I really do like the Iceland ones so much, but Asda wedges are better than no wedges! The wedges take around 20 minutes to cook in the oven and they have a very distinctive spicy smell when being cooked. Once cooked, they look very tasty with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/09 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I prefer Chips to any other Potato product, but now and again I like to have Curly Fries, Waffles or Potato Wedges. I got a bag of these in Asda the other wee and was impressed with the price tag - 56p for a 750g bag. Pretty cheap in my view, lets hope they were worth it! You get these in the frozen section next to the Chips. The packaging isn't that exciting. It is a plastic bag, which you rip into to get the Wedges out. The bag is a medium green colour and it has a picture of the Golden Wedges on the front. Compared to the picture of the Wedges, the writing seems quite small, and I would have thought that the product writing would have been a little larger, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/09 (Very useful, 226 readings)
I bought a pack of these online, as I do like potato wedges, and thought the price of just 52p for a 750g bag was very reasonable, as I occasionally buy Iceland's own brand, which I think cost nearer to the £1.25 mark. These are frozen potato wedges which are coated in a slightly spicy southern style coating. As I said, I have had this sort of product before, but not ASDA's brand, although to be honest I didn't think there would be much difference between them. The wedges can be either baked in the oven or deep fat fried. Personally, I would say there is enough fat in my diet without deep fat frying my food, so I chose to put these in the oven each ... Read the complete review
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