Holland's Cheese and Onion Pies Reviews
Product Type: Holland's Food
Description:Manufacturer: Holland's / Type: Pies
Newest Review: ... then put it in the oven to I suppose it was being cooked for a second time, but having heated it in the microwave it was far ... more
Customer Holland's Cheese and Onion Pies Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/09/13, updated on 22/09/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I don't have pies very often so when I do I like to get a well known brand. At a recent trip to a Tesco garage, I saw a few that had been reduced - 15p each, so I could not go wrong. My main aim was to have a piece cold with a salad - there were no vegetarian quiches in the small shop so this was the next best thing - so I used the first one that way over the next couple of days and then froze the others. I was glad to notice that they were suitable for vegetarians as some companies cheese and onion pies may not have meat in them but they put suet in the pastry. The first one was fine - it had been chilled so I just ate it as it was. The pastry was a little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/12, updated on 24/07/12 (Useful, 64 readings)
If you are looking for an authentic tasting chip shop pie then look no further! coupled with chips they make a great 'chippie' tea for the kids but only costing half the price. These delicious Lancashire pies have been made with Lancashire's local cheddar cheese since 1851. They are distinctive compared to other pies as they come in a plastic bag- dark green with 'Hollands' in large cream letters, there is a picture of a pie in front of a blue panel. They can be found in the freezer department. The wrapper is very informative and clear to read it has the usual directions, ingredients, allergy advice, informs us that they're vegetarian and that they use no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/11 (Useful, 35 readings)
Being a Lancashire lass it is tradition too once in a while to go to the local chippy and get pie and chips. If your lucky they will stock Holland's pies. You can even buy them from your supermarket in a four pack for about £1.20. My favourite flavour is cheese and onion. Each pie is a medium size which is not to big or small. If you buy them frozen you can bake them or I prefer to microwave them for 3 minutes. You must remove tin base first. When you take it out and put your knife in a mass of cheese and onion sauce oozes out. The pastry tastes nice and cuts easily. When microwaved it turns a bit chewy which I really like. Inside is a gooey ... Read the complete review
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