Bernard Matthews Turkey Burgers Reviews
Product Type: Bernard Matthews Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Bernard Matthews / Type: Meat
Newest Review: ... have often eaten these in a bread bun with mayonnaise or sauce but inside a bun I think they are a little on the thin side ... more
by - written on 08/07/10 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Bernard Matthews have been around for a very long time and I saw these in my local Farm Foods freeze centre priced at just 50p for 4 Turkey burgers and so I just could not resist buying them since they were on special offer and so I bought more than one packet. There are 4 round thin burgers coated in breadcrumbs and the Turkey inside is quite tasty and I usually grill them and they do not shrink and I find them a nice alternative to Beef burgers and to have in the freezer for when I need a snack, which is often for me as I love snacking and I have used these recently at my BBQ as a change and my family enjoyed them and I have often eaten these in a bread bun ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I am a big fan of meat. I love it. I'm not fussy & I'll eat all kinds. I'm also very partial to a burger & with the exception of Beef Burgers, these are may favourite. The price of these varies from shop to shop. You can get them for as little as £1.00 for a pack of 4 although from a Major Supermarket they can be £1.50 or higher. Each pack contains 4 burgers which consist of Turkey wrapped in breadcrumbs. They aren't very large but fit snugly in mos bread buns without leaving loads of empty space. Produce wise they contain 48% turkey & just over 200 calories per burger. They do have some e numbers so if you are really health conscious ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 32 readings)
My mate eats these all the time because she doesn't like red meat and the other day she did me one in a bun with salad and sauce just like a proper beef burger. I've always thought turkey was dry and never eat frozen food containing it, hardly ever anyway because it never seems to cook nice in breadcrumbs and never tastes like proper roast turkey. These Bernard Matthews turkey burgers are quite nice though and even though it's not something I'd have very often, for a quick grilled snack it suprised me how tasty they were. The burgers are dry so you'd need to have sauce with them, my mate said to tell you that they go wicked with gravy as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/09 (Very useful, 280 readings)
---Intro--- As a child I was an extremely fussy eater. Thankfully my parents never forced me to eat anything I didn't want to, otherwise I'd still be a fussy eater now. Therefore it was a hugely stressful experience for me eating at other people's houses (I would much rather have not been given anything to eat), unless it was at close friends whose parents knew what I was like. And at one such friend's house I discovered the delights of Bernard Matthews turkey burgers! Turkey burgers are something which my mum never bought me (probably for the sole reason that the Co-op didn't sell them), but they bring back happy childhood memories, and I do sometimes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/10 (Very useful, 230 readings)
There are certain things I like to keep in my freezer for lazy days when I really can't be bothered to make any great effort in the kitchen and when it gets close to payday and my funds are desperately low. Bernard Matthews Turkey Burgers are one of those certain things. I know a lot of people turn their noses up at the thought of a frozen turkey burger and the Bernard Matthews brand has received bad press in the past, especially with their Turkey Twizzlers but in my humble opinion these are of reasonable quality and good value for money. Also, I'm certain that they must be a little better for you than the beef burgers that retail for a similar ... Read the complete review
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