Product Type: Birds Eye Meat / Fish
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A REGGAE REGGAE EXPERIENCE
Birds Eye Reggae Reggae Beef Quarter Pounders
Member Name: angelboouk
Birds Eye Reggae Reggae Beef Quarter Pounders
Advantages: TASTY AND FILLING
Disadvantages: CALORIES, BIT EXPENSIVE NOT ON OFFER
Birds Eye is a trusted brand who produce burgers, chicken products and many others.
Birds Eye Reggae Reggae Beef Quarter Pounders were released for sale in March this year.
They are minced beef quarter pounder beef burgers infused with red peppers and Reggae Reggae jerk seasoning.
The burgers come in a plastic bag which is then put in a cardboard box. The box is mainly orange in colour and if you have bought the Reggae Reggae Chicken you will instantly recognise the style.
The front of the box has the Birds Eye logo and product name alongside an appetising image of the actual burger. Yummy!
The back of the box has the ingredients, allergy advice, nutrition, cooking instructions and details about Birds Eye.
The burgers once removed from the plastic bag are a pale brown shade and thick.
The burgers can be cooked in 3 ways.
Medium grill for 18 - 20 minutes turning occasionally.
220c/gas mark 7 oven 18 - 20 minutes turning half way through
BBQ from frozen until meat is cooked through
Beef (76%), Beef Fat, Red Pepper, Rusk , Fresh Onion, Sugar, Water, Salt, Spices, Tomato Powder, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Natural Flavourings, Yeast Extract, Ginger Extract, Rosemary Extract.
Rusk Wheat Flour, Salt.
Allergens Contains Wheat.
Each quarter pounder grilled contains :
7.5g saturated fat
*Availability and Price*
The quarter pounders come in a pack of 4. Available from supermarkets. Current prices are :
£2.00 on special but normally £2.49 at Tesco.
£2.00 on special but normally £2.47 in Asda
I like a burger. For me it has to be quarter pounder as anything less is just thin and tends to shrink! Having enjoyed the Reggae Reggae Chicken, when I spotted these doing my online shop at Tesco, I knew I had to try them.
Birds Eye is a trusted brand and one I use regularly for meat related products as they are high quality and only use fine cuts of meat from trusted farms. At £2.00 per box these weren't bad.
Tonight, hubby did the cooking whilst I went for a hot bubble bath! Ready when I got out was 2 Reggae Reggae quarter pounders, two slices of bread and butter and some curly chips. The quarter pounders were cooked in the oven as we feel this gives the best results. There was alot of juice came off the burgers which actually gave my chips a nice seasoning.
The quarter pounders were certainly plump and cooked through with no dodgy bits. I have found in the past with cheaper burgers that they burn on the outside and are mushy and undercooked in the inside. This is not the case with these.
I opted to pop my quarter pounder on my bread and folded it over. Normally I would put some sauce or relish or even cheese on my burger but this doesn't really need it at all. Inside the burger is juicy but not mushy and the outside is nice and firm without being difficult to eat. The beef tasted of high quality and perfectly formed. It didn't taste processed or anything. Throughout the burger, the only spice visible was little red peppers randomly placed around the burger.
The burger was delicious and quite spicy with a sort of fruit twist.It is not spicy enough to merit guzzling down a pint of water but nice enough to give it a kick. It was overall very delicious and 2 of them with chips is very filling and makes a nice meal. Yes the calories etc are quite high but these are yummy and well worth it!
Try them..you won't regret it!
Thanks for reading :)
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