Tesco Meat Free Cauliflower Cheese Grills Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Food
Description:Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Ready meal / Cauliflower cheese with no added meat.
Newest Review: ... those that I will never buy again. Unfortunately this product is one of them. Tesco's have a meat free range which is found ... more
Customer Tesco Meat Free Cauliflower Cheese Grills Reviews (5)
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I have been a vegtarian for over 15 years now, and in that time I have tried many products, I have tried brands such as Quorn and Linda McCartney and own brands such as the Sainsbury's, Tesco and Asda ranges. In that time I have come across products I now buy regularly, those that I buy occassionally and those that I will never buy again. Unfortunately this product is one of them. Tesco's have a meat free range which is found in their frozen section. They generally group all their vegetarian food together. The Cauliflower cheese grills come in a cardboard box, which is a huge bonus-the packaging is 100% recyclable. The price works out at about 40-50 pence per ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/09, updated on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 343 readings)
I have been a vegetarian now for most of my life, well at least since I was released from the orphanage after the war when I would wander the streets with my ever loyal pet piglet, and although I am not a keen enthusiast when it comes to ready meals, preferring instead to prepare my own in my gypsy caravan on the hill, I am willing to try one or two from time to time. I am usually less reluctant though, to try Tesco ready meals. This is not just because there are now no stores near where I live but because I was deeply disturbed one time after seeing a documentary highlighting their unsavoury food processing methods. However, I do now and again decide to risk it and once Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/08 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Some years ago, when I was in my late teens and early twenties, I was a vegetarian. These days, I do eat some meat, but I still buy quite a lot of vegetarian foods, as I often prefer the taste and texture, compared to meat. When I am in Tesco's, I usually check the frozen foods section to see which vegetarian foods are available, as there are often some on special offer. Tesco Meat Free Cauliflower Cheese Grills are packaged in a cardboard box (which is recyclable) containing four oval shaped grills, weighing 397g. They cost £1.58, but can often be found for less. The box states that the cauliflower grills are 'a delicious blend of cauliflower and green ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/08, updated on 04/06/08 (Very useful, 298 readings)
I'm a vegetarian and, due to criticism originating from the relatives, I was forced to actually get in and try all the food of the category. I tried Quorn, vegetable fingers, bizarre forms of bean...but all inevitably resulted in my disgusted grimace. I'll admit to being a fussy eater, but this was a true pain; I did not like anything. I then tried Tesco Meat Free Cauliflower Cheese Grills. I liked them and, so surprised were my family, that we immediately went out and stocked up on them. I had these grills smothered in tomato ketchup probably ever night, and they were also great with baked beans or spaghetti in tomato sauce. However, repetition eventually ... Read the complete review
by K33fs - written on 05/11/08
... or buy a combi oven, where they come out perfectly. I used to be veggie and these were a steadfast staple of my diet. However, since going back to meat, I'd say that they were still a big staple because they're just so lovely. I think they've changed over the years, but for the basis of health - they were a lot fattier before. I don't think these lovely little bakes should be for veggies only, and nor do I think that grilling is the best way to prepare them. My fave way of eating them is baking them, a huge dollop of pickle next to them, and just eat away. Perfect sunday fodder. Love em, and I'll hunt them down wherever they're sold. Buy them ... Read the complete review
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