Rustler Quarter Pounder Cheese Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Other Ready Meals / With added textured soya protein in a sesame seeded bun, a processed cheese slice and a sachet of tomato ketchup - go on treat yourself.
Newest Review: ... up until now. I can also appreciate how somebody may find these disgusting, which sounds weird when I've said I find them ... more
by - written on 29/05/10 (Very useful, 141 readings)
I am not usually a fan of the microwave, things usually that come out of it usually end up wholly bland and soggy. The humble ready meal being the prime example, they always taste the same no matter what they're supposed to be. To this end I don't usually buy microwave stuff, but Rustlers and Feasters are an exception. I buy Rustlers not because they are the most flavourful things in the world, although for microwave they are towards the better end of the scale. They take a mere 70 seconds to do and as such are perfect for when you roll home absolutely pished up to the high heavens, so drunk you can barely sing a whole verse of Merlin the happy pig ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 166 readings)
I was in a little bit of a rush this morning as I knew I had to be out of the house by 12 and I only woke up at 10.30 which trust me is very late! So I didnt have that much time to cook myself something proper to eat so finding this in the fridge was like a blessing for me. I usually like processed, microwavable food but as I was running late I whacked it in the microwave and hoped for the best. Useful Information: Price: Around £2 Stockists: Any Supermarket You Can Only Cook This In A Microwave!! Contains: Eggs, Gluten, Milk & Soya. Cook For 2 Minutes Nutritional Information: 262 Calories 20.4g ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 345 readings)
I had one of these Rustlers Quarter Pounders for a snack the other day and it was one of the most rank things I've ever eaten! It's a burger in a sesame seed bun that you nuke for about 70 seconds, then add a cheese slice and ketchup. Sounds good? Nah, it's a horrible thing! The smell as it's cooking is horrible, it's like a mixture of fat and onions with something else in there that actually makes it smell like it's gone off a bit. The burger cooks to quite a nice texture but it's got a proper nasty flavour, it doesn't taste like proper meat at all and I wish I'd kept the wrapper to see now how much beef and how much 'textured soya protein' is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 277 readings)
**INTRO I always have good intentions for my work lunch. I can occasionally keep it up having fresh pack ups with sandwiches, sometimes pasta from my previous nights tea but inevitably there are times that I aren't organised and I revert to rustlers. The quarter pounder was my first experience before later trying the ever expanding range including the chicken sandwich and most recently the meat ball sandwich. The quarter pounder is still trading, advertised with its slogan of '0 to tasty in seconds' emphasising its cooking method is the microwave. The quarter pounder comes in company of a tomato sauce sachet and cheese slice. **GOOD ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/03/09 (Very useful, 309 readings)
This was given to me as a 'freebie' outside Manchester Uni Students' Union so I can't really complain now can I? After having had quite an eventful day & no opportunity to eat I came home hungry & was pleased to be able to have my meal ready in under 2 minutes. On the pack it tells you exactly how long to microwave for given the wattage of your oven - in my case it was 70 seconds. So, bearing in mind you need to handle carefully (piping hot) open the wrapper with the cheese slice in & cut open the ketchup sachet - I'd reckon 2 minutes max is all it takes from start to finish. The packaging is all plastic & is as exactly as ... Read the complete review
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