This product belongs to Asda's 'Good For You' range and it can be located in the freezer section. The packaging is different from teh box pictured above, it now comes in a yellow and green cardboard box with a picture of a lasagne on it and it will set you back £1.00. Alternatively you ... Read review
"...I get the impression that Asda have used the cheapest mince available because the mince is rather tasteless. Similarly, although the cheese sauce consists of 39% cheese sauce, only 1.1% of the mixture is actual cheese and this is reflected by the bland, un-cheesy taste.
This product does however have a few plus points - the tomatoes are nice, the pasta layers cook well, it's a quick and easy product to make and you can pick it up for a good price. ..."
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"...the third one free. Asda Good For Ou range is meant to be more healthy as it contains less calories and fat.
Taste wise its okay but nothing really special. The beef tastes a bit bland and the pasta strips are a bit leathery in places even if the cooking instructions have been followed to the letter.
You can heat it up either in a conventional oven or in a microwave (if you want to eat it fast) but either way it's not great but a cheap meal ..."
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"...a go along with the asda smart price lasagne twin pack.
I loved the smart price one, it was lovely, but i cant begin to describe what this tasted like! It was sour? and i couldnt taste the sauce the meat or the pasta! Just urgh!
For someone looking at the healthier options, i would have enjoyed a salad more than this. I threw the contents in the bin and ate a pizza instead. It was terrible. ..."
Ciao members have rated this review on average: somewhat helpful