Tesco Chargrilled Chicken Pasta Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... and heat in the oven for 5 to 10min. But now to the actual taste of Tesco's Chargrilled Chicken Pasta. It's a surprisingly ... more
by - written on 11/07/09 (Very useful, 242 readings)
In summer I normally manage to eat really healthy at work, only fruit and soup for lunch and some summer berries as a snack but once in a while the Boots or Tesco meal-deal looks just too tempting. This time I tried the Tesco meal-deal with the Chargrilled Chicken Pasta, Walkers Crisps and orange juice. The pasta comes in a small 300g plastic cup with a small fork which is handy if you want to eat it in your office. You can either reheat the pasta or eat it as it is; I definitely prefer the hot version but then again I tried the pasta straight from the fridge which was just a tick too cold. To reheat it just remove the lid and put in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I was browsing the aisles of Tesco today and my sister was getting my lunch so I decided to try and find something different for a change and I spotted this and just popped it in to her basket so that she could buy it for me. The price was £1.40 for 300g and it contains 450 calories and 17.4g of fat so this is all I ate for my lunch because I was aware that this was 1/4 of my daily allowance of fat & calories. The pot is plastic with a sticky paper label which contains the ingredients, nutritional information, price, date etc and it gives you a description of 'Chargrilled chicken, peppers and sweetcorn in a tomato & herb dressed pasta' and the label ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/12/08 (Very useful, 1082 readings)
There are some nights where I can't be bothered to cook, and on these nights I actively seek out something ready made that is going to be tasty, healthy and filling. I like the ready made pasta salads from Tescos and I am currently working my way through these in order to identify the best one. I had previously purchased the sausage and tomato variety and I was very disappointed, so I thought I would try the chargrilled chicken variety. After all chicken is healthy and filling. The chargrilled chicken pasta pot is a Tesco own brand and had a net weight of 300g. It cost £1.50 so which I thought was quite good value for money. Just like ... Read the complete review
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