Ginsters Deep Fill Steak Pie Reviews
Product Type: Ginsters Food
Description:Manufacturer: Ginsters / Type: Pie
Newest Review: ... and there's enough of it so that it spills out when you cut a piece out of the pie and that gets the pastry nice and ... more
Customer Ginsters Deep Fill Steak Pie Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
My dad phoned from work the other day to ask if we'd got any pies in, we hadn't so I offered to go to Tesco and get him one in for his tea. Then 5 mins later my mum rang to say she wouldn't be home for dinner so I got 2 pies for me and my dad to have for tea being as it was only the 2 of us. These Ginsters Steak Pies are on special offer in Morrisons at the minute and cost £1.00, I think the normal price is £1.49 but they're so good that that's still brill value for money! When you cook them from chilled they take 20 mins at gas mark 4, I did ours with mash and cabbage and you should deffo put the potatoes on to boil first or you'll end up with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/08 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I was starving when I was in town yesterday and gave into temptation and bought a Ginsters Deep Fill Steak Pie. I wasn't expecting it to be great but I knew it would fill a hole. I have to say it wasn't the best thing I have ever eaten but it was actually pretty tasty. I would get one again, but only if I REALLY was hungry. At home I like to make my own pies and when out and about I prefer something a little healthier. I quite liked the flaky pastry, which was not too thick. The gravy is really meaty and strong. It was quick thick, which was good for on the go. I guess that it would become runnier if you heated it. The steak was in nice small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/08 (Very useful, 185 readings)
We always try to have a full roast dinner as a family at lunchtime on a Sunday, but occasionally things crop up and we have to make changes, on these occasions we have a pie or two tucked away in the freezer to use instead as it doesn't take as much time or effort. This last weekend we were out for a buffet lunch so decided to have pie in the evening, when we went shopping this past week we saw these 'Ginsters' pies on special offer at Tesco for ½ price at £1.24 each. Each pie is 250g and is a suitable size for one adult or two children and comes in steak or chicken & mushroom varieties. Due to the special price we bought two boxes of each variety and this ... Read the complete review
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