Sainsbury's Basics Baked Beans With Sausages Reviews
Description:Manufacturer: Sainsbury's / Type: Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... has the usual white and orange wrapper on the can. I have to say I really enjoyed these sausages and beans on toast. By no ... more
Customer Sainsbury's Basics Baked Beans With Sausages Reviews (6)
by - written on 31/03/11 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I can't remember the last time I had a tin of baked beans and sausages, so when I saw these in Sainsburys, I had to buy them. The 420g tin cost me about 30p, which is a bit more expensive than just baked beans. This product is part of the Sainsburys basics range and so it comes wrapped with a label that fits in with the rest of the range. The label is white all over with orange text. The tin they come in is a standard sized tin that holds 420g of the baked beans and sausages. I always microwave my beans as it is a lot quicker and saves all the mess. With these I found that the sauce was a bit runny, which was a little bit of a disappointment. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Sainsbury's Basics Baked Beans With Sausages Description: Manufacturer: Sainsbury's / Type: Ready Meals Okay, so the plain, cheap white and orange packaging may look a little offputting but there is a lot to be said for saving money on wrappings. I have tried quite a few things from the Sainsbury's Basics range and have been quite impressed with most of them. These beans and mini sausages only cost £0.30 a tin, compared with around £0.80 for the Heinz variety that I usually buy, so were definitely worth a shot. I am a big fan of the Heinz ones, they are tasty and convenient and there is something about them that remind me of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I love toast but get stuck for toppings from time to time cos I eat so much of the stuff! So the other day I saw these priced at 29p a can and thought what a bargain for such a large and generous sized can! So I grabbed one as I lurve baked beans! The Packaging.... 539g tin with a lid with no ring-pull to the top of it (Small complaint there lol). Around the middle of the can there is a white and orange label and on that I'm told it's Sainsbury's 'Basics' Baked Beans & Sausages In Tomato Sauce with 'Bangers loaded with beans an explosive old favourite!'. There is a scribble on there of a fork with a sausage on it and there is an at a glance ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/10, updated on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 191 readings)
I tried Sainsbury's basics Baked Beans & Sausages for the first time today (after trying them out initially on my son!). I found them amongst the tinned goods on the bottom shelf (as is usually the case with basics products!). They are packaged with the familiar white and orange label, both the can and the label are widely recycled. Unfortunately, the can needs to be opened with a tin opener, no handy ring pull! On opening I was quite surprised by the number of sausages, I didn't count but there was at least eight. I expected the sauce to be fairly runny but it wasn't and the beans tasted really good. I found the sausages quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/12/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I quite often cook my children quick and easy meals when they have been at school and had a cooked lunch there, and am often on the lookout for new ideas. My son loves baked beans (of which I usually buy Sainsbury's Basics) so when I saw the Baked Beans and Sausages I thought I'd give them a go. And I was pleasantly surprised. The tin is decorated in the standard Sainsbury's Basics design - white background with orange writing. The tin doesn't have a ring pull which is quite disappointing but for only 29p I guess I can forgive Sainbury's. The beans inside the tin are very tasty, there are plenty of them and the sauce is nice and thick. There is ... Read the complete review
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