Linda McCartney Vegetable Farmhouse Pies Reviews
Product Type: Linda McCartney Food
Description:Manufacturer: Linda McCartney / Type: Pies
Newest Review: ... is made from chicken-style soya chunks with leeks, carrots, and onions "in a rich gravy". The pastry is described ... more
Customer Linda McCartney Vegetable Farmhouse Pies Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/08/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Every now and again I just the urge to have a nice meal of good old pie and chips. Being a vegetarian means I don't get the option of popping to the chippy for chicken and mushroom pukka pie and instead how to cook my own from home using meat free products. For a while I had many kitchen disasters attempting to make my own pies from scratch, meat free pies were just not something I had been able to find and this seemed my only option. Unfortunately, I'm not exactly a great cook! So when I was one day browsing the meat free section in the freezers at my local Asda store I jumped at the chance to take these Linda McCartney pies home and finally have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I'm not a vegetarian, I eat meat or fish AT LEAST most days and will usually have a couple of servings in a day when you add in the ham in my sandwiches and regular lunchtime bacon butty. The only reason I ate one of these Linda McCartney pies was because my aunt is playing at being a veggie so my mum brought a couple of boxes to keep in the freezer for when she comes round. The main filling is vegetables but there are also pieces of soya in it to make you feel a bit like you're eating a chicken pie. There are quite a few pieces of soya in the pie and they have got the same sort of texture as chicken only are a bit more chewy and only really taste of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/05/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I have never really enjoyed pies too much, but since becoming vegetarian I have noticed a huge lack of meat free pies, that aren't pretty disgusting. I do make the occasional pie which is much nicer, but it is always good to have something in the freezer for those times when you just want a lazy night as a back up, and I think these are pretty good. I had one of these at the weekend at my Mother in Laws house, as she always makes a special effort to find something different for us. So she got these for us to try. There were 2 in the box and on checking the sainsburys website I can't find the normal price, but it says they are on offer at 2 for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Staying with my mate who is a Vegetarian at first was a little daunting to me. I thought I'd end up eating boiled cabbage and lettuce leaves but after spending so much time with her of late I'm almost a full time veggie myself now as I love Vegetarian options! I spotted these in Iceland the other day for a pound a box and asked me mate if she wanted to try some out as we haven't had pie before and she greedily picked up a box! The Packaging: On the front of the box I'm told they are Linda McCartney 2 Vegetarian Farmhouse Pies that are free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives, there is an at a glance nutritional chart on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/12 (Very useful, 98 readings)
I used to rely a lot on Linda McCartney vegetarian foods when I first became a vegetarian. My main thought for meal ideas was to think of a meat based dish, and then look for a ready made vegetarian equivalent such as "fake" sausages or mince. Since then I have learnt to cook, as well as appreciate the dishes from around the world that were never intended to include meat or fish. So I began to find the McCartney food range a bit limited and I didn't buy anything from it for some time. Recently though, I have been shorter than usual of cooking time, so I decided to have a look around for veggie convenience foods. I came across the Linda McCartney Vegetable ... Read the complete review
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