Dalepak Vegetable Grills Reviews
Product Type: Dalepak Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Dalepak / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... & partly by the taste (not as tasty as I'd expected). I try not to add fat/oil to foods where it's not needed so I ... more
by - written on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I'm not a vegetarian but I do like my veg so before Christmas I bought a box of Dalepak Vegetable Grills from Iceland for just £1 knowing they'd be a change after all the festive food. The picture on the box made them look attractive & colourful & the price seemed good as there are 4 pretty good sized pieces so I reckoned I'd made a good choice. However, I must say I was rather disappointed - partly by the colour (rather on the grey side) & partly by the taste (not as tasty as I'd expected). I try not to add fat/oil to foods where it's not needed so I popped 2 grills into the oven hoping the greyness would disappear & the colour of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/10/09 (Very useful, 105 readings)
I quite often have these Dalepak Vegetable Grills for my tea with a salad as I am currently trying to cut my consumption of meat down, these are perfect because they are tasty and filling but without containing any meat whatsoever. They are basically teardrop shaped patties of chopped vegetables that have been mixed with some kind of cereal to give a soft and very flavoursome meal component. They don't look terribly appetising as they are rather pale and floppy in appearance, you can see the various vegetables in the Grill but on the surface of it there doesn't appear to be many in there. According to the box the vegetables used to make ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I love a burger in a bun - in fact, I love meat products in general, but I often find that I'm not eating enough vegetables . I think the big reason for this is that, in general, if I cook properly, from scratch, i'll include a lot of veg, but if I'm eating something from the freezer, I tend to go for speed and convenience, and end up microwaving some beans instead . So, I've started switching to veggie burgers - just as quick and easy to cook, but packed with a variety of vegetables instead of meat, for an easy way to get an extra little bit of veg inside me . Dalepak was one of the first brands I tried, picking up a pack of four vegetable grills from Iceland ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
After trying Dalepak's Corned Beef Crispbakes and their Cheese and Onion Crispbakes I decide to give these veggie grills a try as well. Packaging. The grills come in a rectangular box which, along with the rest of the Dalepak range, is predominantly white in colour. On the front is the Dalepak logo and a picture of a couple of the grills. They are described as "A lightly seasoned blend of crunchy vegetables including onion, broccoli, red peppers, carrots and white rice lightly par fried". Each box contains 4 of grills, weighing 340g in total. Turning over the box you can see that it contains the usual lists of ingredients, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
A new branch of Iceland has opened in my local town, on the site of the former Woolworths store, so I have been in a few times to see if I can pick up any bargains. A lot of the food to be found in Iceland is of the ready meals and processed junk food type, which I don't tend to buy. I do, however, like to buy Vegetarian foods to keep in the freezer, as they are usually healthier than a lot of meat products. I have tried Dalepak Vegetable Grills a few times in the past, and enjoyed them, so, when I spotted a pack of four for £1.00, I put a box of them in my basket. The Vegetable Grills are made from a lightly seasoned blend of crunchy vegetables - onion, red ... Read the complete review
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