Birds Eye Rice Fusions Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Birdseye / Type: Rice
Newest Review: ... marked on the front that is contains 'two generous servings' and I completely agree with this claim. I am also informed that ... more
by - written on 04/08/11 (Very useful, 747 readings)
Birdseye has been a house hold brand I have known of since I was kid. I used to eat Birdseye foods when I was younger and have grown up eating many of their food products, and this is something that still continues now I am grown up (physically at least lol!) There is usually a few different products from Birdseye in my freezer, and I recently saw in the local supermarket that they had bought out a brand new product, called Rice Fusions. Rice Fusions are white rice, infused with different flavours. There are four different choices; Aromatic Pilau Rice, Egg Fried Rice With Peas, Meditarranean Vegetable Rice and Country Mushroom Rice. I grabbed a bag of each ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/11/13 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Don't be misled by the Dooyoo picture - when I popped this BE product in search it showed the actual packet - when I came to write review this rice cooker came up! The product I am reviewing is Birds Eye Rice Fusions which can be found in the frozen aisle and my choice was the Egg Fried Rice with Peas. I would normally make my own fried rice but having a dodgy cooker and not a great fan of eggs I decided this was an ideal option. The pack is 380g and it cost me £1.25 at my local Herons Store. It is clearly marked on the front that is contains 'two generous servings' and I completely agree with this claim. I am also informed that there are no artificial ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/12 (Very useful, 175 readings)
This is the kind of meal that is perfect for those days when you fancy something nice and warming and comforting. It's one of those things that just makes me go mmmmmm when I smell it and drool when I eat it (ok I don't slobber in my food but you get the idea!) I first came across birds eye rice fusions when I was browsing the freezer section at Tesco's and noticed that they were both new and on offer. I'm a typical bargain shopper; anything reduced or on offer and it goes in my trolley usually regardless to what it actually is how long it will be sitting in my fridge/cupboard/freezer for. But I am extremely thankful that I came across this birds eye product and it is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/09/11 (Very useful, 156 readings)
I am a huge fan of rice and pasta dishes of a rule and actually eat either in some form most days. I'm not really a potato fan really unless its chips or a roasted sweet potato and because of this I guess I got into having rice and pasta to bulk my meals up somewhat years ago. When it comes to rice I usually buy it and cook it up myself and I'm a whizz at making egg fried rice even if I do say so myself but hey I get bored of that and I'm not keen on it boiled and to be honest although I consume a lot of rice I am not good at boiling it up and nine times out of ten burn it which is why when I saw this Birds Eye 'Rice Fusions' which comes in 2 individual packs ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/13 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I'm a big fan of rice, and eat it at least twice a week. I'm also a big fan of convenience. When this rice first came out, Tesco had it on offer for £1, so I bought a couple to keep in the freezer. They come in lots of different varieties, so go well with most cuisines. I tried the egg fried rice with peas (which went perfect with my homemade sweet and sour chicken), and pilau rice with peas and spinach (perfect for my chicken curry). I wasn't expecting much to be honest, as I've tried frozen rice in the past and have been very disappointed. This surprised me though. Each bag contains 2 pyramid bags of rice mixed with different flavourings. Both ... Read the complete review
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