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Rustler Fiery Beef Burger

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Brand: Kepak / Type: Beef

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      29.05.2009 10:15

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      My partner and I often buy Rustlers burgers as we are a rather lazy gay couple and both hate to cook. I have to say the new Fiery Beef Rustlers are fantastic! Full of flavour and unlike many products in the shops claimng to be 'hot' this actually packs a punch and has a really nice spice. The meat patty itself is really substantial and tastes good quality with a great flamegrilled undertone. Perfect for a night in cuddled up on the sofa with my big bear!An absolute recommendation!

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      17.07.2008 21:20
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      Another addition to the Rustlers range which has been introduced at the same time as the Zingy Chicken Burger is the Fiery Beef Burger. Both of these were on offer in Tesco as an introductory offer for just £1 each so I decided to try both of these.

      All Rustlers products come in a cellophane carton with a peal off lid. From the sides you can actually see the product inside and on the top of the packaging you have a image of the actual product of what it looks like when it has been cooked, and a description of the product itself.

      Rustler's are great for a quick snack as they only take 70 seconds to cook, you just peal the lid off the box, take the burger out which is placed on a microwavable cardboard dish and pop in the microwave. It is recommended to turn over after 50 seconds to ensure that the bread is soft.

      When this particular product is in the microwave, you can smell the peppers that it contains which give it the fiery effect. I was quite excited in actualy trying this one as I quite like things that are a little bit spicy.

      The burger is actually quite chunky, I added a slice of cheese to mine to make it into a cheese burger and give it a little more flavour however when delving into this I realised it didn't actually need any more flavour than it actually had. The burger bun is a sesame seed bun and if turned over and cooked thoroughly it doesn't taste too bad. THe burger itself contains red peppers to make it more fiery and that it certainly does. You can still taste the beef of the flame grilled burger, however they do put ample flavouring into it to give it that extra kick.

      The product is really tasty, a little bit different and unique to other things in store. The product is less than 400 calories, which isn't too bad when you consider that you are having cheat food and should be full of fat.

      I won't make a habit of buying these however I will definitely try them again for a snack if i am in a hurry.

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