Bernard Matthews Cheese Hamwiches Reviews
Product Type: Bernard Matthews Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Bernard Matthews / Type: Frozen Food / The ever inventive Mr Mathews reinvents the sandwich - using ham.
Newest Review: ... My daughter can be a picky eater for all the right reasons as she loves veg and fresh fish and chicken yet when it comes to ... more
by - written on 26/04/10 (Very useful, 339 readings)
On a recent trip to farm foods I was on a mission to fill the freezer and was very surprised to see some of the great makes of foods such as Birdseye and Bernard Matthews for as little as a quid. While walking around I noticed cheese hamwiches by Bernard Matthews. The pack stood out to me as it was blue and green in colour and contained a picture on the front of the cheese hamwich. I thought they looked delicious and decided to buy them. My daughter can be a picky eater for all the right reasons as she loves veg and fresh fish and chicken yet when it comes to the not so good foods like chicken nuggets and battered products she just doesn't want them. My ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/08 (Very useful, 281 readings)
These cheese Hamwiches are amazingly tasty, and cheap. Made by the king Bernard Matthews they are like so many of his products a real treat to eat. At a very reasonable price ranging from the £1. I bought mine for on offer again of course, to around £1.79 upwards depending on shop and offers on at the time. I got mine from Farm foods I think they were having a clear out for new stock so most items that day were on special knockdown prices. Each triangle of ham and cheese is coated with a crisp coating of breadcrumbs made to the special recipe only Bernard Matthews knows and they taste brilliant. They come in packs of six and are packed in a plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Cheese Hamwiches are one of the things I always buy when shopping in Iceland. I love cheese so if I see the word on any type of food it usually appeals to me. These hamwiches are triangle shapes of turkey ham topped with cheese and coated in breadcrumbs. Lately I've been buying bags of eight for £1.50 but that's with two extra free so usually there would be six for that price. Although I buy them in Iceland they are actually Bernard Matthews hamwiches. You can purchase them in other supermarkets freezers but I can't comment on prices. You can either cook them in the oven for roughly 15-16 minutes or grill them for 10-12. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I spotted these in Iceland at just £1.50 for 8..that is 2 extra free as well. They looked real appetising on the bag accompanied by some fresh carrots and broccoli and I had seen my husband eating them many times so thought I'd try them out. Each hamwich contains 125 calories 0.7g sugar 7.3 g fat 3.1g saturates 0.3g salt These hamwiches are basically triangles of turkey ham, topped with a triangle of pressed cheese and coated in breadcrumbs. Simple and basic. Not the tastiest convenient freezer foods I've tried in my life but they can make a good meal. They are not full of flavour but they are tasty, and all the textures and ... Read the complete review
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