Findus Hoi Sin Duck Wraps Reviews
Product Type: Findus Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Findus / Type: Frozen Food
Newest Review: ... soft flour tortilla (albeit hardened slightly around the edges). It's what Findus refer to (laughingly) as "filling of ... more
by - written on 20/09/10, updated on 20/09/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
While browsing in Tesco the other day I noticed a new (to me) addition to the Findus range; Hoi Sin Duck Wraps which are microwavable and ready to eat in just three minutes from the freezer. Now, I am not overly fond of duck as a meat but adore it when mixed with a fruity sauce and wrapped in a Chinese style pancake. This was pretty much what I was expecting from this product, although I was aware this was going to be wrapped in a tortilla as opposed to a thinner pancake. My first disappointment was when I took the wrap out of the box, it was tiny! Rolled incredibly thinly, I had to peek inside one of the ends to ensure there was any filling in it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
When it comes to duck it really is one of my favourite meats and I often indulge in some when eating Chinese food. So when I spotted these Hoi Sin Duck Wraps from Findus in Asda costing a mere pound for two of them (on offer at the moment) I couldn't wait to buy them and try them out! The Packaging: The wraps come in a mainly red box and the front of the box there is a photograph of the wraps and I am told that they are indeed Findus '2' Hoi Sin Duck Wraps 'Delicious tortilla wraps filled with shredded duck, carrot and spring onion in a hoi sin and soy sauce' and I'm told to cook them from frozen, that they cook in the microwave in 3 minutes, ... Read the complete review
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