Marks & Spencer Chunky Steak Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... is thick, full of flavour and plentiful. Together the steak chunks and gravy give the right balance to stay moist whilst ... more
by - written on 29/10/10 (Very useful, 164 readings)
Lean and tender, chunky steak in a can from Marks & Spencer. Mmm mmm. Want your pie filling? Look no further. The tasty bit This thoroughly tasty rich beef in gravy is perfect for pie fillings or serving with potatoes, mashed or roast. The steak chunks are soft in texture and melt in the mouth. They fall apart and are extremely tender and succulent. The beefy gravy is thick, full of flavour and plentiful. Together the steak chunks and gravy give the right balance to stay moist whilst cooking in a pie. The aroma reminds me of traditional, home cooked food. If you heat up the steak in a saucepan then you will find it hard to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 171 readings)
I bought a tin of this meat from M&S yesterday. It comes in 2 sizes i went for the small size 220g. The tin displays a picture on the front of the actual meat itself on a plate with what looks like mash and broccoli. The label is in a kind of browny colour perhaps to resemble the colour of the meat itself. The tin is a ring pull so you can easily open it up and get to the contents inside. The rest of the label contains details on the nutritional value of the meat, cooking directions and of course ingredients. I wont bore you with all the list of ingredients but will just say that it contains 75% beef. The meat itself comes from Brazil. This size tin serves 1 and the . Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/07 (Very useful, 268 readings)
Welcome to my review on Chunky Steak made by Marks & Spencer. I've chosen to do this review as this is a lovely filling food that is amazingly less than 2% fat making it a great food source for those dieters out there reading this! As you may know I am no dieter, being less than seven stones in weight and so you may be thinking to your lovely self 'What on earth is she doing eating this kind of thing ' ? Ill tell you exactly why as I go on and describe to you each of the yummy advantages it has over other available brands of products none too dissimilar in what they proclaim to this one in particular. Enjoy…….. ** What does the packaging look ... Read the complete review
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