Kingsfood Hot Dog Sausages In Brine Reviews
Product Type: Kingsfood Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... hot dogs in the tin, which is a standard sized tin, much like you would find a tin of baked beans or tinned tomatoes. The hot ... more
by - written on 04/02/10 (Very useful, 263 readings)
The trick with products like this is to not look at the ingredients list. Anytime you spot a tin of hot dogs in brine at well under half the price of any other similar product (without it being on offer) you know it's the quality and the content that causes the lesser price. These Kingsfood hot dogs are one of the products that Tesco have been stocking for a while now, along a similar pricing structure to their Oak Lane brand food that is much cheaper than the other competitors. These hot dogs come in an appealing tin, truth be told, with a deep and inviting purple accompanied by yellow lettering. You gotta love marketing! There are 8 of the hot ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 136 readings)
Of an evening I really do get peckish. I can't usually be bothered with cooking for one and tend to whip up something snacky and the other day whilst in Sainsbury's I spotted these priced at 45p a can and had to try them! I love hotdog sausages shoved in some bread and covered in tomato sauce and squeezy mustard so had them ear marked for my late night feast! The Packaging: 400g can with a dark brownish red label around it. On the front and the back there is a picture of the 8 hot dogs cooked looking and I'm told it yellow writing they are Kingsfood 8 Hot Dogs In Brine. Other information on the can tells me how to cook them (in a saucepan with the ... Read the complete review
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