Sainsbury's Basics Smoked Back Bacon Rashers Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Meat
Newest Review: ... a kind of "b" shape. However, here it could be any shape. Basics products seem to follow this pattern; the products ... more
by - written on 19/12/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
As anyone will tell you, bacon makes everything taste fantastic. But it tends to be expensive. What about this though? It's just £1.60 a pack, and isn't really bad at all. It is the same bacon we all know and love, and you get about 10 rashers in there. It is available as unsmoked as well; there's just as much choice as with the pricier options. It is oddly shaped; not in the traditional bacon rasher shape. Normally, you'd have a nice round bit of bacon with fat around the edge, and a tail bit, in a kind of "b" shape. However, here it could be any shape. Basics products seem to follow this pattern; the products are all different shapes and sizes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I needed some bacon for use in a recipe, and since I wasn't going to just be eating it on it's own, I figured there would be no problem at all with using a cheaper economy brand bacon instead of something more expensive. The packaging is as picture above, clear shrink wrap style packaging with a plain orange and white label. Opening the pack, I could immediately see that the bacon slices were fairly irregular in thickness . This is something I'm generally used to with economy brands. The slices were also packed in pretty tightly, which made them a little difficult to seperate . The first slice was thin and fell apart a little in my hands, but the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/09 (Very useful, 197 readings)
So far as bargain bacons go, as a rule I normally avoid them! Basically, whenever I have tried to fry the stuff, copious amounts of water has come out, and almost always the pan has turned into a white frothing mess. Thus, ruining the chances of crisping the bacon, and whatever else was in the pan at the time! Just to explain, the water I am talking about is not natural. It is not bacon from a piggy whose been drinking alot! It is water which is (mechanically under pressure) injected into the cheaper bacon to preserve the products shelf-life for freezing and storage, and to allegedly improve the appearance by making it look "plumper" ... Read the complete review
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