Morrisons Lasagne Reviews
Product Type: Morrisons Ready Meals
Description:Type: Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... in a cardboard sleeve with the tell tale white and yellow text and images of the Morrisons own branded items. Despite being ... more
by - written on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 167 readings)
Lasagne is one of my favourite meals but it takes so long to cook and so many ingredients are needed to make the full meal. It also takes about an hour to prep and cook the lasagne and most of the time I don't have an hour to spare to make the meal. Microwave meals are no substitute for home made meals but for ease they are a great way to still have one of my fave meals. Morrisons is the supermarket of choice for my parents so when I'm home from university my meals come from here. The ready meal is a meal for 1 and comes in a white plastic try with a cellophane film lid. It also comes encased in a cardboard sleeve with the tell tale white and yellow text and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09, updated on 25/11/09 (Very useful, 396 readings)
I bought a ready meal lasagne as it was on offer at 99p which the store claimed was half price. I thought it seemed good value as I could bulk it out and make a meal for both my son and myself. Each pack contains 400g I have to state at this point I haven't eaten lasagne since I was fifteen years old and turned vegetarian in the days when there wasn't a vegetarian range in the supermarket so was fed vegetable lasagne every day fro three months and have not fancied it since despite returning to a meat eating over a decade ago. It was in the chilled meal area but can be frozen and cooked from frozen however I bought it on 23rd October but had use by ... Read the complete review
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