Tesco Value Lasagne Sheets Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Pasta / Noodles
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Pasta
Newest Review: ... these Tesco Everyday Value lasagna sheets. A 250g box of this will set you back about 35p! For comparison, Napolina brand ... more
by - written on 19/11/13, updated on 19/11/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Both me and my Husband enjoy eating lasagne, its not something we have on a regular basis but when we do I prefer to make it myself rather than buying a ready made version so I know what has gone into it. One way I try to save a bit of money when making lasagne is to buy Tesco Everyday Value Lasagne Sheets, I started using these a few months ago and have been using them ever since. Appearance wise there is nothing fancy about the Tesco Everyday Value Lasagne Sheets, they are rectangle sheets of dried pasta and measure approximately 6 inches in length and just over 3 inches in width. The pasta sheets are quite thin, but are within keeping of similar ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/10, updated on 27/09/11 (Very useful, 427 readings)
I love lasagne but always have been scared to make it myself though I like cooking. But a few months ago at Tesco I noticed Tesco Value Lasagne Sheets. And decided to try to make lasagne! PACKAGING Tesco Value Lasagne Sheets come in a packaging similar to all Tesco Value range: white front with Tesco Value logo, product name in white letters, am image of a piece of lasagne and a foil window which allows You to see the sheets. All nutritional and additional information is stated on the back of the rectangular cardboard box which can be widely recyclable. The packaging didn't look very appealing (just as all Tesco Value products) but the most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I love lasagne and always make own from scratch, after all ready meals and ones from the supermarkets etc... are expensive and taste pretty crap. I see nothing wrong with buying the cheapest I can get when it comes to grocery items including pasta and always buy the Tesco value lasagne sheets now. They cost an amazing 35p for a pack of 12 sheets and taste fantastic in a home made supper. Why you would want to pay over double the price for a branded type of lasagne sheet when you can have these is anyone's guess! Being bargain bucket cheap you might think this pasta is full of nasties and strange ingredients to pad it out, but no, the only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 249 readings)
I have recently taken to trying to prepare more food from scratch at home, rather than just going to the freezer out of laziness! I am note exactly a culinary expert in the kitchen, but if you don't try and you'll never get anywhere. One of my favourite evening meals is lasagne so this was one of my first meals to attempt from scratch for both health and cost reasons. I trotted off to Tescos to collect the ingredients needed for my lasagne. Obviously a key ingredient to this dish is the pasta sheets. There were a few varieties on the shelves but for cost reasons I opted for the Tesco Value version. On the shelves I have to admit they looked rather ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/10/09 (Very useful, 193 readings)
Currently, at Tesco, a packet of these lasagne sheets cost 30p! This is amazing. It is not a junk product either, having a very simple ingredients list: Durum Wheat Semolina Each packet has around 10 sheets and weighs 250g. They come in a very plain 'value' cardboard box with a cellophane window in the front which shows the product through. You can see that the sheets are a pale yellow colour and are not wholemeal. Generally, I like to use wholemeal products but the vegan lasagnes I create are choc full of roughage and vegetable protiens - so I think the lack of wheatgerm in these sheets is not too much of a disaster. However, if ... Read the complete review
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