Tesco Puff Pastry Chicken & Mushroom Pie Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Food
Newest Review: ... to eat - when I first cut mine open (but then I got the pie off of the reduced price shelf at Tesco, so can't really complain ... more
Customer Tesco Puff Pastry Chicken & Mushroom Pie Reviews (2)
by - written on 17/02/10, updated on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I got one of these for lunch today. They seem to have changed the recipe somewhat - which Tesco frequently seem to do - since the previous dooyoo review of this product was written, as what I had had significantly more calories (over 500) in it, but unfortunately it seems that the resultant pie seems pretty much the same - ie. not much cop. What you get for your £1.55 is 235g of a two-inch deep, puff pastry pie contained in a silver foil pie dish inside an outer cardboard box. It's quite a large pie but not nearly enough for two people - so I suppose the suggested serving portion is one per box. It takes a recommended 20 to 25 minutes at 190-odd degrees in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/08/09, updated on 28/08/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I love pastry and it's a real downfall of mine and so when I saw 2 individual pies for a £1.00 (there were a few choices to choose from in flavours) on offer (usual price 69p each) I picked up a chicken and mushroom one as it's my favourite flavour...usually! The Packaging.... The pie itself comes in a silver tray which is covered by a see-through and light brown plastic packet. On the front of that in black and white writing I'm told it is Tesco Puff Pastry Chicken & Mushroom Pie and that it has no artificial preservatives, flavours, colours or hydrogenated fat. There is then an at a glance nutritional chart, I'm told to keep it refrigerated ... Read the complete review
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