Rustlers Hot Subs Tangy Meatballs Reviews
Product Type: Rustlers Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... more authentic taste (how?). The subs take slightly longer to microwave than the burgers, but only by about 20 seconds or so ... more
by - written on 14/06/11 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I consume far too much microwaveable food for my own good and continuing my poor diet at lunchtime recently purchased a Rustlers Hot Sub with Tangy Meatballs. These are normally between £1.50 and £2.00 I think but this was price marked at a pound which I thought was a bargain. It comes in a plastic tray with a peel to open plastic seal to keep it fresh. Once you peel back the cover you find a bread roll with four or five meatballs inside a cardboard tube which is designed to hold the product while heating and in addition to that a sachet of tomato and herb sauce. The heating time is dependent on the rating of your microwave but at worst case you have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
I hate to say it but I really love quick, convenience junk food. OK that is not strictly true. What I should say is I really love quick, convenience junk food when I am too busy to be able to cook, but I am starving to the point where I will eat a farmer's ar*e through a hedge, or as five million other Brits might say, starving to the point where they could "eat a scabby-heidit wean" Your Rustlers Hot Subs Tangy Meatballs sub comes in a special plastic wrapper, and the roll is further contained in a special microwave sleeve. It must be cooked in the microwave oven. You remove the plastic packaging, but keep the roll in the sleeve which is like a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/10 (Very useful, 108 readings)
Rustlers Hot Subs - Tangy Meatball....... Usually I tend to steer well clear of all these Rustlers burgers and things but seeing this "Tangy meatball" one for the first time today, and not feeling in the mood to cook a Sunday roast, I couldn't resist. I do love the meatball subs that are sold in subway and assumed that these would taste similar to those. For a cheap price of £1 this Rustlers version is around 50% cheaper than actually going to Subway and buying one. There is no mention of Subway itself on the packaging of this item but the way that the design has been coloured in green (subway colour) makes you feel that perhaps ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/10/09 (Very useful, 395 readings)
Further to my experience with the BBQ rib sub, which was actually quite enjoyable, I thought I would try another one of the huge Rustlers finger food microwave range. Being a great fan of meatballs, and particularly the subway variety I thought the meatball sub would be the ideal one to try. Being a cheap and cheerful version, I knew there was no way this would be as good as the subway version but I didn't think the Rustlers version would turn out the way it did. ****Cooking**** Like the whole Rustlers range cooking times vary depending upon the power of your microwave. It can take as little as 70 seconds for a 1000W model and 90 seconds for a 750W ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/09 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I picked a couple of these up from my local shop the other day . I try not to eat too much junky food, but I'm going away in a couple of days so I'm trying to let my fridge run down so nothing spoils. At the trial price of £1 each, these looked just right for a filling lunch. The sub comes packed in a see through plastic container with a printed lid, which tells us this is Rustlers Hot Subs Tangy Meatballs With Tomato & Herb Sauce, and has a colourful photo of the sandwich on the pack . The bottom of the pack has a label with cooking instructions ( in my microwave, this was simple, heat inside it's cardboard sleeve for 55 seconds, turn over, and ... Read the complete review
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