Tesco Value Cheese & Bacon Quiche Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Food
Newest Review: ... comes in a cardboard box and inside the box is the foil tin with the quiche inside. You can either eat it hot or cold, up to ... more
Customer Tesco Value Cheese & Bacon Quiche Reviews (7)
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Since my husband lost his job, it has forced us to rethink our spending priorities, and this has meant buying more of the supermarket "value" brands. I have been pleasantly surprised since putting aside my snobbery, as many value branded items are just as good as their more expensively priced neighbours. Things like fruit juice and bottled water are fantastic, whilst I still avoid value teabags and ham like the plague! I wasn't sure then, whether the Value Cheese and Bacon Quiche would be up to much. I was expecting a quite bland offering, with very little meat and an artificial taste. How wrong I was! This was a real treat! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/09 (Very useful, 28 readings)
For such a cheap quiche this isn't half bad, it only cost about 85p and easy served 3 of us for our lunch today with a salad. It's Cheese And Bacon flavoured but there isn't much of a taste of the bacon so as long as you think of it as a normal cheese quiche then you'll be ok. The pastry is very dry, that didn't bother me because I always dip the crust into blue cheese sauce anyway but if you're not mad keen on using sauce with your quiche then you might think the end crust is too dry. The filling is yummy. It hasn't got a mega strong cheese flavour but I thought it was a lot richer than I was expecting because of how cheap the quiche was. It's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I love quiche so when I saw this in my local Tesco store priced at 83p I couldn't resist shoving it in my already overflowing basket for my tea! I had never tried this economy quiche before and didn't know what to expect from it! The Packaging: Square cardboard box with a photograph of the quiche on the front of it and in red, navy and white writing I'm told it is Tesco 'Value' Cheese & Bacon Quiche and I'm told it contains no artificial preservatives, flavours, colours or hydrogenated fats and I'm told it is suitable for home freezing, there is an at a glance nutritional chart on there and the display till and best before date are displayed. On ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/06/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I'm not the biggest Quiche Fan. I do like the odd little piece, and a whole Quiche would be wasted on me. I tend to buy cheaper Quiche (don't think i've ever bought a really dear one!), as it doesn't bother me so much if I have to throw half a cheaper one out. I bought one of these a couple of weeks ago to take into work as part of a Buffet Day. This Quiche was 300g and cost a bargain 84p. Size wise this is much the same size box as the others on the shelves, and yes the packaging isn't that exciting, but that does in the bin anyway. it's what's in the box that counts! You find this in the Chiller section of Tesco, nearby to the Chilled Pies and pastry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/08 (Very useful, 118 readings)
It was my granddaughters 12th birthday on Sunday and for one reason or another she had an extraordinary amount of money spent on her. Her dad heard me and my daughter planning a shopping trip to buy party food and finally put his foot down, we had a budget to stick to in order for them to be able to pay their mortgage this month! In Tesco I headed to the chillers to see what I could pick up to lighten the load on my daughters purse when I spotted their Value Cheese & Bacon Quiche. I know it sounds stingy, but not many people who come to my daughters parties eat quiche and it's the one food that gets thrown away at the end of the day when everyone has gone ... Read the complete review
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