“ Type: Pasta „
Is there anything that Heinz don't produce?
Their mini vegetable Ravioli in tomato sauce is another good product. The tin is perfect for little kids (I warmed it up for my nephews lunch), and tastes good (ok I had some too) if not anything like fresh ravioli. It is very soft and the main flavour is from the tomato sauce it is in. My nephew enjoyed it and nearly ate it all (he never finishes anything except chocolate!) but the tin only holds 200 grams, so its not suitable for adults for a meal on its own, would be ok on toast for lunch thou.
My nephew liked the packaging, especially the little face on the ravioli; this was what swayed him from wanting coco pops.
The ravioli contains gluten, wheat, egg, milk, fish oils and may contain nuts so be warned if you have allergies towards any of those ingredients. There is 144 calories and 3.2 grams of fat, so it's quite healthy.
A good if a little bland (small) meal suitable for kids or those with little appetites and at only 67p a tin worth keeping in the cupboard.
If you have any other questions feel free to message me
I like pasta and spaghetti a lot, it's one of my favourite food, as you might have guessed ravioli is also quite high on my list of good food. I was shopping for some in Tesco's the other day when I came across Heinz Mini vegetable Ravioli. It was only 54p for 200g so I bought it thinking that it would be really good value for money seeing as Heinz is the best at making tinned baked beans, ketchup, and importantly in my mind, spaghetti of various kinds.
It comes in a little silver tin with an orange Heinz logo on the front and a picture of a ravioli wearing glasses. On the back are the ingredients, nutritional information and cooking instructions, everything you could need to know. As an extra bonus this can was a ring pull so I didn't have to bother looking for a tin opener.
The ravioli was really easy to cook, I just had to put it into a microwavable pot and microwave it on full power for 2 minutes, quick and easy. They smelt really tasty whilst they were cooking. They tasted even better though. To be totally honest they tasted exactly the same as the large tins of Heinz Vegetable Ravioli, this being because they are the same but in a smaller portion so that you can easily control how much you eat and there is the perfect amount for children in each tin. It consisted of a few small ravioli squares, all about 1cm by 2cm and a lot of tomatoey sauce which smelt really nice. The pasta was very soft and easy to chew and the filling definitely tasted of vegetables. The sauce was a very rich tomato flavour, the kind that you normally get with Heinz who take a lot of care to ensure they only produce top quality products.
Overall I give them 10 out of 10 for being really tasty and for looking out for peoples weight and being in a small portion so that you can control your diet more easily. Plus they contain Omega 3 which is something that I probably need a lot more of in my diet.
Ready made pasta.