Tesco Frozen Beef Lasagne Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... is nice and filling, there's loads more meat in it than I thought there would be and it cooked proper nice too. It's lean ... more
by - written on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I don't eat that many frozen lasagnes because my mum makes a wicked one and freezes it so we have always got a nice fresh one it, this one from Tesco is nice though and it's only about £1.20. It doesn't taste very Italian and that's the only thing about it but as a meaty pasta meal I think it's proper nice and mega filling. It takes about 40 mins in the oven, you can nuke it too but I've never tried doing it that way and I think it would deffo dry the top layer up more than oven cooking. There's 2 layers of mince and the layers are quite thick, the mince has got a lovely meaty taste and is in a faint bolognese sauce that tastes more of tomatoes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I used to buy the Asda Frozen Lasagne quite often as part of their 5 for £4 meals, but I found their Lasagne got a bit yukky. I found this in the Freezer section of Tesco yesterday and thought it was worth a try. This cost £1.20, but Tesco also do a 5 meals for £4 promotion. There was a lot of other meals to choose from, but I just grabbed this to give it a try. The packaging for this is alright. It is a cardboard box and it has the nice picture of the product on the front. I have to say the picture looked really nice, and I thought there is no way that the product will come out like this, which was true. You know how deceptive pictures can be when describing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
As I am no longer living somewhere permanently I am staying with my sister and like to keep some meals in her freezer ready for whenever I pop home for a night or two to save me worrying about cooking for hours and to save her worrying about food going bad in the fridge. I buy the Tesco ready meals fairly regular and these are a long term price offer. Either £1.00-£1.20 each or 5 for £4.00 and this is just a fantastic price and I probably buy five different meals once a month or so. I grab this box from the fresher and once I get through the cardboard (no perforated edge on this!) I am met with a black plastic tray with clear film and 'meat lasagne' on the top ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/06, updated on 12/09/06 (Very useful, 301 readings)
Tesco Beef Lasagne ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ About the Product. ----------------------------------- Select is the Tesco's own range . Tesco began life as a Market Stall in 1919 by Jack Cohen, from opening that first stall he continued to expand from the success to have many market stalls all over London and expanded into wholesale trade as well. In 1924, the first of the Tesco home brand products emerged in the form of Tesco Tea and began the emergence of Tesco as a trade name. In 1932 Tesco Stores became a commandite company and two years later after purchasing a piece of land in North London the first ever Tesco store was developed and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/09 (Useful, 13 readings)
Lasagnes are a great thing to have in the freezer, I have them on standby for emergency lunches and late night snacks. My questo to find the perfect frozen lasagne has yet to be fulfilled though. The taste: It is not bad, not the worst frozen lasagne I have ever had, but the sauce does not have much of a kick to it, I like my lasagnes to have a rich creamy cheese sauce that lingers in the mouth. This one lacks depth of flavour. That said, the sauce is of a good consistency and not too watery. The minced beef is adequate and is of reasonable texture, not too chewy and you can taste the beef behind it. Critique: I would have ... Read the complete review
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