Sainsbury's Minced Beef Filled Yorkshire Pudding Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Frozen Food
Newest Review: ... it literally looks like crap because the mince is so sloppy and horrible that it looks like something I'd usually find in my ... more
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I've been eating too much frozen food lately and it's stopping from tomorrow as I get onto my pre Xmas diet to lose a few pounds for the party season. Tonight though it's frozen food all the way because I can't be bothered to do any more than switch the oven on! lol I ended up having a Sainsburys Minced Beef Filled Yorkshire Pudding for my tea and I won't leave you in suspense about it, it's crap. Funnily enough it literally looks like crap because the mince is so sloppy and horrible that it looks like something I'd usually find in my little sister's nappy after she's had a particularly vegetabley day! You boil the bag of mince filling in a pan ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
I usually treat myself to a ready meal on a Sunday evening as I generally have lunch at my daughter's house and by the time I get home I cannot be bothered to cook. Yesterday I had nipped into Sainsbury's for a few bits and pieces when I spotted a frozen meal that looked perfect to be, their own brand Minced Beef Filled Yorkshire Puddings. Frozen ready meals can be notoriously hit and miss, supermarket own brands in particular I find, so I wasn't really sure what to expect although I adore Yorkshire Pudding so even if the filling was lacking I'd be sure to enjoy this component to my meal. The mince filling comes in a tight plastic bag which simply ... Read the complete review
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