Birds Eye Roast Beef in Gravy Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... it, the ingredients and a full nutritional chart is stated and contact details for Birds Eye are given. Informative enough, ... more
by - written on 22/08/11 (Very useful, 143 readings)
When you live alone like a lot of us on here do there seems to be little point in buying a joint of meat just for us really and besides which its expensive and I can't be doing with the hassle to cook it just for me which is why when I spotted this box of 'Tender Silverside beef with homestyle gravy' in a portion for one person opted to treat myself to it with a ready made carton of mashed potatoes in my local Tesco store and some prepared green beans. The Packaging: The meat comes in a sealed plastic see-through bag and within a box. On the front of the box there is a photograph of a roast dinner on there and we are told that it is Birds Eye ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I tend to prefer home cooked meals, but time doesn't always allow. I recently brought a packet of Birds Eyes Roast Beef in Gravy, as I found myself needing a meal for one recently so went down the convenient route. You can get this in two sized boxes. It is available in a 114g box, which is basically enough beef for one person, or you can get it in a 340g box, which is enough for two people. When you first take the black plastic tray out of the box, I have to admit this didn't look particurly appetizing. The meat was covered by a clear cellophane wrapper and looked like a mound of cheap meat if i'm honest. The gravy looked thick and lumpy too, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/08 (Very useful, 709 readings)
COST (@ 21.10.08 in Sainsburys): 99p for a 227g pack NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per 100g): Calories: 78 Kj: 328 Protein: 13.4g Carbohydrates: 2.2g - of which sugars: 0.3g Fat: 1.7g - of which saturates: 0.8g Fibre: Trace Sodium: 0.29g - salt equivalent: 0.7g INGREDIENTS: Sliced beef (52%), beef gravy (48%), water, beef fat, beef stock, yeast extract, white wine extract, sugar, lemon juice, onion extract, lovage extract, black pepper, maize starch, wheat flour, caramelised sugar, reduced sodium salt ALLERGY ADVICE: Contains wheat OTHER ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/10/08 (Very useful, 27 readings)
This item is lovely i am not a fan of beef i try to keep away and when it is served for sunday dinner i cant say i eat it. But this is lovely and i will admit to having this on its own as a sort of snack when i have been hungry. We cant all be super mum/wife/daughter and cant cook from scratch everyday in the busy life's most of us live. So this is a handy alternative to cooking. It tastes pretty much the same the gravy is really nice and i have found myself dipping my bread in it. The beef is tender and juicy and not all chewy and hard to enjoy. It literally breaks away when you pick it with a fork and is ready to enjoy with some Mash and pea's or whatever it is you ... Read the complete review
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