Tesco Value Seafood Sticks Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... much nicer than the leading brand Young's. They come in a plastic packet with Tesco value written across the front. Once you ... more
by - written on 19/12/09, updated on 20/12/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I love to have seafood sticks as snack, it's low in calorie and has some satisfying flavours, and yummy as well. The same as many other Tesco Value products, this one has usual name & information and a read uniformed packaging colour and a small clear window in on the plastic outer wrap, through which you can see the seafood sticks (as in the picture above) There are 16 sticks in a pack which costs only 68p. The seafood sticks look pretty nice with the white fish and the pink colouring on top. Each of them is wrapped individually in a sheet of plastic wrap, this covers only the body of the stick, not the ends, as many other seafood sticks. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/09 (Very useful, 185 readings)
Lurking in the fish section (and usually quite well hidden) the elusive value seafood stick dwells. At 68p for 16 ready to eat sticks (250g) this is a bargain snack for anyone who likes fishy things. In a slightly posher pack than the general value look - these sticks are in an ivory/cream coloured pack with a pretty photo on, these are the cheapest seafood sticks that Tesco's has to offer. Not that that says much, my local Tesco only stocks two different types! Once unwrapped, as you would expect these seafood sticks look like...well, seafood sticks! Half red and half white sticks of surimi fish protein with added crab flavouring (Don't they just ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I adore most fish, there actually aren't many types that I won't eat and I'm no snob when it comes to fish as this one food where you can tell from the appearance and smell whether it's suitable for eating so am happy to try the various Value fresh fish products in the supermarket. After being impressed with Tesco Value salmon fillets (wonderful fish if you don't mind the strange shapes), Sainsbury's Basics smoked salmon trimmings (they look awful but taste great) and Asda Smart Price Breaded Pollock (very tasty indeed with tartare sauce) I decided to pick up a packet of Tesco Value Seafood Sticks. For 68p you get 16 seafood sticks, which are slightly smaller ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/09, updated on 15/09/09 (Very useful, 340 readings)
'Crab' sticks, as I shall incorrectly refer to are one of those things I used to eat on the beach in Cornwall when I was 10 and then forgot about until 10 past midnight a few weeks ago, whilst wandering around Tesco's trying to find something to entertain me. These are in fact not made out of crab. They do not even have a tiny bit of crab in them, they are made out of 'Surimi protein' and therefore aptly called Seafood sticks. This however does not bother me as they are yummy all the same! They come in a 250g pack which is equivalent to 16 sticks. The pack itself is cream in colour featuring some delicious looking seafood sticks draped across green ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/09 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I think I should be born in Japan or at least I should move there as soon as possible; I just love eating fish, be it steamed, grilled or raw. Sushi and sashimi is my big passion and you can find me several times a week buying little sushi kits for lunch. Unfortunately readymade sushi is incredibly expensive and flights to Japan even more. So the only alternative for me is preparing my own sushi, which might sound hard but is incredibly easy and can be lots of fun. What you need is glutinous rice, nori algae, fish of your liking and lots of fantasy. My favourite sushi is with seafood sticks on top and wrapped in dried nori algae; and thanks to Tesco ... Read the complete review
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