Asda shoppers stunned by contents of ‘worst ever’ £1 frozen ready meal


The supermarket chain sells a wide variety of frozen meals that range in price, which are ideal for those who do not have the time or facilities to make a meal from scratch. One of its “Heat Me, Eat Me” meals, which sells for just £1, has gone viral after a customer shared their shock over what was in the box on Reddit.

Alongside the post was an image which showed a handful of chips with a few cuts of doner meat, as well as a sachet of chilli sauce.

The caption said: “Doner meat and chips microwave meal from Asda is possibly the worst thing I’ve ever eaten.”

According to the disappointed customer, they had purchased the £1 meal out of “curiosity” over what it would be like.

The person posting the meal online also confirmed that the image showed the entire portion of food that came in the box.

Asda faced immediate backlash from hundreds of people commenting on the Reddit post.

One said: “It scares me that this was approved by someone to sell for human consumption.”

A second added: “That is quite literally the saddest f***ing thing I have seen in my 28 years on this earth.”

A third said: “This is on you. Why would you think this was a good idea? Microwaved chips is already a big red flag,”, to which the customer joked: “But… Clickety click, micro chips!”

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Despite this, the product has glowing reviews on the supermarket chain’s website – including a five star one which said: “For £1, you can’t really fault this. It tastes like any microwave doner meat and chips you may have had before. Think frozen doner kebab and that’s the meat you get. Think microwave chips and that’s the chips you get. Sauce is really nice.

“As long as you don’t have high expectations like some reviewers on here, you will be more than happy eating this. You get what you pay for, if you want a big portion of better quality doner meat and chips, go to a takeaway and pay more but this is perfectly fine for the price.”

In response to the viral post, an Asda spokesperson said: “This product is a part of our affordable and convenient range of microwaveable snacks and has received positive reviews from customers on our website.

“Choice is important to our customers and we offer a wide range of products so that everyone can be sure to find products they love at Asda.”

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