Bernard Matthews Wafer Thin Turkey Ham Reviews
Product Type: Bernard Matthews Food
Newest Review: ... feel silly enough as it is 8^P For those who are unfamiliar with the product turkey ham is a TURKEY based sandwich meant, it ... more
Customer Bernard Matthews Wafer Thin Turkey Ham Reviews (7)
by - written on 31/05/10 (Very useful, 107 readings)
Now you may laugh when I tell you that I have only recently realised that turkey ham is in fact...wait for it...made of turkey!!! There is a clue that Bernard Matthews is the biggest turkey meat seller in the UK and of course the small matter of the products name (ahem,blush). I won't get into why I thought it was called "Turkey" ham as I feel silly enough as it is 8^P For those who are unfamiliar with the product turkey ham is a TURKEY based sandwich meant, it is thinly sliced and unlike regular ham it isn't neatly layed in a pile but rather rusticly thrown together in a big clump. It has an unmistakable taste but not one I would immediately equate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I have been buying Bernard Matthews wafer thin turkey ham for as long as I can remember. There are always cheaper kinds of ham in store when shopping and I must admit I have tried a few to save a bit money but I must be honest and say that I always end up back with this one. Bernard Matthews's ham is more expensive than other brands if you shop at a supermarket and can be over £2.00 per smaller pack but I get mine from farm foods where I get the large pack for £2.00. I had heard of Bernard Matthews before from there turkey drummer range and I really enjoy them so that is what made me originally want to try the ham. The packaging is rather simple and on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/08 (Very useful, 83 readings)
We're in the middle of a British summer, the glorious weather... well you might get 5 minutes sun in-between the rain so take advantage of them and go on a picnic! That's what my husband and I have been doing a lot lately and the perfect food to take on a picnic is sandwiches. We are always looking for something new to put in them so when I came across Bernard Matthews Wafer Thin Turkey Ham about a week ago I decided I'd have to try it. It only costs £1.66 for 340g in Tesco's, that's quite cheap for such a large amount of ham. Bernard Matthews are the best producer of cooked turkey for sandwiches in the U.K they're a brand you can trust to be really good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/08 (Very useful, 133 readings)
Now I do really like this turkey ham. It comes in a plastic square carton with Bernard Matthews famous logo on the top of the label. I first bought it when I was on a diet, the slices are really thin and low in fat, it says on the packet it is 95% fat free, so I thought I would give it a go. You can buy it in two different pack sizes 170g and 340g and I find that it lasts a long time before it goes out of date, that is if it isn't eaten first. I tend to buy the 170g pack which costs about £1. I usually have it in a sandwich with lettuce and cucumber and I must say it is the nicest prepacked ham I have ever tasted and I find it very moreish - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I have just had a sandwich and bowl of soup for my dinner and was happy to see my mum had brought some of my favourite wafer thin ham made by Bernard Matthews. It is very thin ham and they were right to call it wafer thin and it is perfect I think because I don't like thick ham on sandwiches. It's turkey instead of pork but tastes like normal ham but it hasn't got quite a strong flavour as other ham we buy. It is smoked and that gives it a delicious taste just like bacon. I had mine on a sandwich with salad today but my mum mixes it with soft cheese sometimes for a flling when we are having baked potato. I like the way it looks all ... Read the complete review
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