Pukka Chicken and Mushroom Pie Reviews
Product Type: Pukka Food
Newest Review: ... you can't beat the old Pukka. The packaging~ The box is dark orange in colour the writing is very imformative in detail. The ... more
Customer Pukka Chicken and Mushroom Pie Reviews (9)
by - written on 28/12/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
My trips to the Fish & Chip shop are few and far between these days which does not particularly bother me, although I do miss the Pukka Pie I used to have on a Friday night. A couple of weeks back I noticed Asda had the single serving (226g) pies for £1 so grabbed a couple for our tea, wanting something stodgy and hearty to fill tired hungry cold bellies. It's definitely something about the weather that makes me want to constantly eat (crap). Anyway, heating one of these yummy pies is simple, bang it in the oven for 25-30 (180/GM4). On this particular occasion I served my pies with piles of mashed potato and mushy peas - pure stodge, though ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/09 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I don't eat that many pies but Tesco had reduced a pile of Pukka Pies the other day to 75p each so we got a few to freeze for in the week. Today I needed something stodgy to help my stomach forget how much Malibu I drunk last night so got a Chicken And Mushroom one out to get something in my tummy. It was delish and a zillion times better than the manky Fray Bentos Chicken And Mushroom pie I ate last week. It was cooked in about 20 minutes and after about half the time there was a rich smell coming from the oven that made my mouth water and I couldn't wait for it to be done! lol It was worth the wait because this is such a yummy pie that I reckon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/09 (Very useful, 897 readings)
Whenever we went to the seaside, we always used to call in the chippy and eat them by the seafront. We always used to have chips, Pukka-Pie and gravy, always. Depending on my mood i'd have chicken and mushroom one time then steak and kidney the other. But my favourite was always chicken and mushroom. I'm quite a funny eater, always have been always will be, although not a funny eater in the sense of i'm picky what I eat, more in the sense of I said my favourite thing till last, say if i'm having sausage egg and chips, i'd save my sausage till last and eat that. So obviously when I was at the seaside i'd save my Pukka-Pie till last and thoroughly enjoy it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/08 (Very useful, 77 readings)
We were at our local supermarket the other day and we were excited to see our favourite Pukka Pies, chicken and mushroom pie. To add on to our excitement, it was going at £1 instead of the usual £1.40. Heaven! My husband love pukka pie, he tells about his younger days when he would get a pukka chicken and mushroom pie on the way home from school for himself and his father. He was glad to see Pukka pie on the supermarket shelf today. Pukka Pies have been around since 1963, started in Leicester and run by one man, Trevor Storer who is now the chairman of the company. The pie is round in shape and sit nicely on a foil tray. The cardboard packaging ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/09, updated on 11/10/09 (Very useful, 180 readings)
When it comes to pies I'm really fussy about what I will eat. Actually I never used to be but since watching Sweeny Todd I have been lol (no lie actually lol). For weeks my Mum has said she's doing pies for dinner and I've been turning my nose up till she specifically got me one of these that was on offer at the time in our local Tesco store for a pound (usually priced about £1.35 each) so I though I should at least try it. The Packaging: Black square, deep box and on the top of it there is a picture of the pie and on that I'm told it is Pukka-Pies 'Our best baked Chicken & Mushroom Pie' and on the bottom of that I'm told it contains ... Read the complete review
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