Tesco Value Self Raising Flour Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Baking & Ingredients
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Flour
Newest Review: ... blue relevant baking items pictured on it- still easy to spot however. It states no artificial flavours or colours and 100g ... more
by - written on 03/06/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
I do quite a lot of cake making, including Birthday cakes and celebration cakes for friends and extended family and now only ever use Tesco Value flour. It comes packaged in a 1.5kg bag which is made of a strong thick paper. The packaging is blue and white and has the Tesco Value logo on the front. One side has all the nutritional information, 100g contains 325 calories and 1.2g of fat The other side of the packet has a handy recipe for a jam sponge sandwich, although I've never tried it so can't really comment on whether it's a good recipe. The product needs to be stored in cool dry conditions and is suitable for vegetarians. Once opened, the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
==Tesco Value Self Raising Flour== I am into doing a lot of baking as my little man jack loves to make cakes. I have been buying this Tesco Value Self Raising flour for a long time now because it is far cheaper than a lot of the other brands available and does the job needed just as well and no one seems to notice the difference. I have paid a mere price of 43 pence for a 1.5 kg bag of the self raising flour but Tesco also sell the Plain Flour in the same sized bag for the same price which is also something I use. The Self Raising Flour packet is what you would expect from any of the Tesco Value range as it has the classic blue and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
TESCO VALUE FLOUR SELF RAISING If you enjoy baking or just cook because you have to I would strongly recommend Tesco Value Self Raising Flour! I have been using it for ages to cook a variety of things and I find it is just as good as the more expensive brands on the market. It only costs 43p for a 1.5kg bag of self raising flour, which is considerably cheaper than some of the other brands out there. The packaging is not very exciting and is a typical style bag of flour in the usual blue and white value design. The ingredients are written on one side of the bag in red and quite simple to read, they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I love cooking and baking and I like to use lots of ingredients to experiment with food and love to see how it turns out, and many times I have had disasters but it has still been fun to do, and if it turns out nice and delicious, it is a bonus for myself and my family and friends. I bought this flour from Tesco Value range for only 43p for 1.5kg and it comes in a navy blue and white paper bag, with the usual blue and red colours of the lower brands from Tesco and so it can easily be spotted from the shelves. Inside the bag it is a nice white, soft, fine flour, and it is ideal for baking cakes, biscuits or any recipe you are baking and the results ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 40 readings)
I am going to make a cake tonight and thought I would do a review on this product, I buy it all the time, I no longer use the branded flour as I am on a budget and have used this for many years and find it perfect for my baking. It comes from the Tesco Value range and can be found with the branded products on the baking isle, it is only 45p for 1.5g and comes in a paper bag that can be easily opened with a folding flap at the top which can be refolded when used, I have a large pot with a sealed lid that I keep it in and I just empty the contents of the bag into it and it keeps nice and fresh for when I need to use it. The cakes turn out wonderful ... Read the complete review
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