Tesco Yorkshire puddings Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Food
Description:Manufacturer: Tesco / Type: Other
Newest Review: ... with this pack I just look for something edible at a reasonable price. The yorkshirt puddings are tescos own brand, but not ... more
Customer Tesco Yorkshire puddings Reviews (5)
by - written on 16/06/09, updated on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I can make Yorkshire Puddings quite successfully from scratch. However my family like them with any roast meal (they very rarely get Beef!) and with my small oven I struggle to fit everything in. For this reason I often resort to using the quick-bake frozen variety of Yorkshire puddings. I normally buy Aunt Bessies but when a recent Tesco delivery came they were out of stock and they had substituted them with the Tesco Own variety. I have found many own brand goods to be fine so I accepted them and promptly put them in the freezer without a secong thought. A week or so later whilst cooking on a Sunday I went to get my trusted Aunt Bessies and remembered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/09, updated on 12/07/09 (Very useful, 135 readings)
TESCO YORKSHIRE PUDDING Tesco Yorkshire puddings are OKAY (in my opinion). I have only rated three stars as 'home made are the best' Yorkshire pudding is so easy to make, but unfortunately I am a lazy cook, and sometimes like to put the meat and potatoes in the oven and forget everything else until 20 minutes before I serve the usual Sunday roast. When the timer goes off I pop the vegetables on, put the timer on for fifteen minutes and again when the bell sounds put the Tesco Yorkshire puddings in the over for about 4 minutes. There are 46 calories per pudding so not too fattening! Just over one gram in fat and a pinch of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
We usually have Aunt Bessies yorkshire puddings but this week my mum bought these because there was none of the others in the freezer in Tesco. They only cost £1.00 for 15 yorkshire puddings and that works out at quite a bit cheaper than other brands and not much dearer even that the horrible Tesco Value puddings that I tried at my mates the other Sunday. They're quite nice but not as fluffy as the Aunt Bessies ones and I think the bottoms of them are a bit greasy and they have got a bit of an greasy taste. They don't fluff up like it shows you on the packet and they are all funny sizes and shapes but that doesn't bother me because I always have loads of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 25 readings)
AVAILABILITY Obviously these are available from tescos, I haven't seen them in the metro stores but have seen them in a number of the larger stores. They currently sell at £1 which is quite a bit cheaper than the Aunt Bessies closest rival which retails at £1.22, the packet also weighs 10g more than the rival. As you can see from the picture there are 12 in each packet and the packaging is red with a good representation of the product on the front. COOKING AND TASTE Unlike most Yorkshire puddings on the market at the moment, they take slightly longer than the usual 4 minutes to cook. I found that if removed from the oven after 4 minutes, although ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I always have a packet of these shoved somewhere at the back of the freezer, to pull out in emergencies when I dont have the time to home make my yorkshire puddings. You can never really compare to home made yorkshire puddings, so I would never expect that standard, with this pack I just look for something edible at a reasonable price. The yorkshirt puddings are tescos own brand, but not the value brand, and you get twelve in a pack. The pack is sealed with a plastic bag and the puddings sit inside on a plastic rack. Both of which I can recycle which is always a plus point. The downside it I never want to cook all twelve at once, but the packaging ... Read the complete review
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