Young's Admiral's Pie Reviews
Product Type: Young's Meat / Fish
Newest Review: ... the front as well and we are clearly told that it is and who it by on the front of it and that it contains 304 calories and ... more
by - written on 14/06/11 (Very useful, 233 readings)
INTRODUCTION I have been getting Young's fish pies for a few years now, one that I frequently get the is Admiral Pie. They can be found in the frozen fish section of your supermarket, and I am a repeat purchaser as they look a lot more tasty than fish fingers. FIRST IMPqESSIONS The box is quite appealing, it shows a photo of the fish pie with fish, sauce and mash ... all looking very tasty. When opening the box, I expected to see nothing more than mash potato, but I was pleasantly surprised to find some cheese scattered on top .... mmm melted cheese. COOKING Just like a ready meal should be, it is quick and easy to cook. All you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/11 (Very useful, 121 readings)
We always like to have a few ready meals in, for when we haven't got the energy or time to cook, and spotting these on offer at Sainsbury's last week I popped a couple in the trolley. Young's Admirals Pie is just £1 at the moment, reduced from £1.27 and are kept in the freezer so a great, inexpensive quick meal to have in. The Admiral's Pie looks really tasty and creamy on the front of the box when I got these out on Saturday night for tea after a long day out. The box clearly displays the well- known Young's logo and promises "Chunky pieces of Alaska Pollock fillets in our rich Admiral's butter with mashed potato and cheddar cheese." On removing the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I am down in Somerset at the moment having a short break. As i arrived a bit late, i was too tired to go all the way into town to get something to eat. The little spar shop on site is quite good and things are reasonably priced, so i decided to get myself something to eat from there. They have quite a variety of things and i happened to notice this Youngs Admirals Pie. It only cost £1.29 for a 340g serving, enough for one person. There is quite alot in this meal and although i had it on its own i would suggest having it with petit pois, green beans or carrots. The front of the box has a picture of the ocean also with a picture of the pie itself with the crispy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/10 (Very useful, 194 readings)
Young's Admiral's Fish Pie. Admiral's Fish Pie is something that I buy on a regular basis as I really do like fish and this is a quick and easy option. It is just the right size at 300g for a meal for one person on its own or with a few green vegetables, carrots or sweetcorn added. It is quick and convenient, needing no preparation, you just pop it into the oven at 220 degrees or gas mark 7 for 45 minutes, serve and sit down to enjoy. It can also be cooked in the microwave for between 6.5 to 8.5 minutes depending on your wattage, but I prefer not to do it this way as I find the fish pieces can become a little tough and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Admirals Pie is something that I buy fairly regularly, particularly if I see it on special offer in Asda or Sainsburys where I usually do my shopping. This fish pie is very popular with every single member of my family so it's something I can buy and just place in the oven for almost an hour before serving with some bread & butter and I know it will be an instant hit. The packaging of this product is nice and simple as it comes in a black tray which has a plastic film and it's all in a cardboard box. To cook this you literally just rip open the box, pull back the plastic film and then place in the oven for 50 minutes. There is nothing to it and you can ... Read the complete review
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