Batchelors Savoury Rice Beef Reviews
Product Type: Batchelors Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... ingredients and the nutritional information. ~~~ Contents ~~~ This rice contains dried vegetables such as peas, carrots, ... more
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Batchelors Beef Savoury Rice 120g
Batchelors Beef Savoury Rice 120g
Last Update 21.05.2013 23:35
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Being a student, I do opt for the easy way out when it comes to cooking certain things. If there is once thing I have never really learned to cook then it would be rice. I can cook the rest of the usual things like pasta etc but rice just is hard to get perfect. I was in my local Asda and came across an offer on Batchelors Savoury Rice, I don't usually like these artificial things as they are normally fattening but I do like flavoured rice and the flavour range seemed quite good so I decided to throw in a few, at the worst if I didn't like them I could just throw them away. Batchelors has been going for more than 35 years with obvious fame for their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Batchelors Savoury Rice ~ Beef Flavour Many times when we fancy a nice juicy piece of steak I really can't be bothered to cook up chips, mushrooms, tomatoes, and peas etc, to go along with it and just prefer something more simple. This beef flavour rice is just a perfect accompaniment to steak and is very quick and easy to prepare. ~~~ Packaging ~~~ This product comes in a mid blue packet with the 'Batchelors' logo across the top and an enticing picture of a plate of the rice on the front, alongside a piece of beef as a serving suggestion. The reverse of the pack gives us the cooking instructions, the ingredients and the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I regularly use Batchelors Savoury Rice as accompaniment to meals and as a snack. With a variety of flavours now available including Beef, Chicken, Golden Vegetable and Mild Curry, there is a rice to suit every meal. I often have a packet with salad or on its own and use the Beef flavour most often with chilli con carne, curry or in tortilla wraps or a beef stir fry. These are so versatile and I always have a mix of flavours in my cupboard. They are currently priced per 120g packet: Tesco 68p (3 for £1.20) Asda 58p (4 for £2.00) Sainsburys 53p The Beef flavour contains raw long grain rice mixed with dried peas, carrot and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Most rice in packet 'ready meal' dishes disgust me but this one is definitely different. When I opened the packet I was not impressed because the dried vegetables looks tiny and measly. Also it didn't smell too good. Then i read the instructions and it said that it took 15 minutes to cook in the microwave. This to me is not a quick lunch. In order for this to be a good value buy, it had better be very tasty. The rice cooks in the microwave quite well but it definitely needs more water than is specified in the cooking instructions. It also requires stirring more than once during cooking because otherwise it will all get stuck to your bowl so you have to stand ... Read the complete review
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