Ainsley Harriott Wickedly Wild Mushroom Cous Cous Reviews
Product Type: Ainsley Harriott Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... on its own or added to certain dishes such as soups for added thickness and flavour. ***Ainsley Harriott Cous Cous*** As ... more
by - written on 04/05/11 (Very useful, 67 readings)
On A recent shopping trip I noticed on a trip down one of the aisles that Ainsley Harriott had a range of Cous Cous perched there on the shelf in a variety of different flavours. I'm a bit of a creature of habit when it comes to food and I tend to go for flavours that match my taste buds, and one of the flavours that stuck out for me was the wickedly wild mushroom flavour. I'd had Cous Cous a few times before but normally just prepared it plain and added my own array of flavours, so I was delighted that these flavoured sachets were available and thought they would come in handy for lunches at work. ***What is Cous Cous?*** Cous Cous is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I've always liked cous cous ever since I discovered it years ago. I don't however like to have to flavour my own cous cous so I tend to buy the various brands of flavoured cous cous available from the supermarket. One such brand is Ainsley Harriott's and I've tried a few of the available flavours and liked most of them. The most recent one I tried was the "wickedly wild mushroom" flavour. Now I'm not going to go into who Ainsley Harriott is because that's not really relevant but like a lot of T.V personalities he has lent his name to a variety of products. (Kerching!) Personally I only buy this particular brand because it's the only one they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/09 (Very useful, 176 readings)
I'm currently munching my way through a tub of Ainsley Harriott cous cous for lunch so I thought why not write a review as I decide whether I like it or not? I first heard of this product during my weekly Slimming World class last week, the group leader mentioned they were on offer at the moment and I thought it would make a nice change from the pasta and baked potatoes I keep having each day. I forgot about it till I did my weekly shop in Asda yesterday, I spotted these on sale at 2 packs for £1, they usually cost 65p each so this is a great deal. I bought one pack of the wild mushroom flavour and one of the spicy one (I've already ... Read the complete review
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