SPAM Spam Fritters Reviews
Product Type: Hormel Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Hormel / Type: Other Ready Meals / Succulent pieces of spam covered in deliciously light and crispy batter (14.5 grammes of fat per fritter).
Newest Review: ... and they looked lovely to me! The Packaging: The fritters sit in a blue plastic transparent tray and have a partially ... more
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Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
by - written on 26/08/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
When it comes to Spam it isn't a product I've ever really ever had alot of knowledge about. I think I've eaten Spam maybe once or twice in my life but to be honest its pretty unmemorable really and I certainly have never bought a tin and growing up we never had it in the cupboards! However my Mum bought these for her and my Step-dad to try for tea once and I only remember that because she told me to avoid them like the plague and that they were vile. Well I didn't avoid them they just never crossed my path, until last night in my local Tesco's store there they sat reduced from their usual price of £1.70 for 4 of them to 85p and my Mothers word of warning did ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/08 (Very useful, 946 readings)
Cost: 320g pack containing two spam fritters = £2.29 Calories: 197 per fritter Protein: 9.5g per fritter Carbohydrate: 17.9g per fritter Fat: 9.8g per fritter Fibre: 0.7g per fritter Sodium: 0.6g per fritter Allergy information: Contains wheat gluten, cows' milk, mustard, egg Packaging: Blue plastic tray containing 2 fritters, covered with a thick transparent plastic film, sealed around the edges. The thin cardboard banded wrapper around the middle shows the SPAM trademark, nutritional information, and a picture of a serving suggestion with a few chips on a white plate together with a small portion of salad, and ... Read the complete review
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