Tesco Italian Lasagne Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... bad at all, but it's far, far short of restaurant quality Lasagne. Final Word - - - - - - - For a cheap and easy to make ... more
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
What does a lasagne mean to you? To me, a good lasagne is deeply layered, crispy on the surface with a cheese sauce that sparks furious excitement on the tastebuds. Trying to find a decent shop bought lasagne is tough business. I came close with the Jean Christophe Novelli one, which had a great cheese sauce, though was more designed as a snack. Tesco produce a few lasagnes, including a very expensive finest version. For those on an inbetween budget, this lasagne serves as an option. You can buy it in a couple of sizes. I bought the larger family version, which actually only did for two people. Baked in an overn for about fifty minutes, it starts to bobble and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 129 readings)
I found myself home alone last week and for this reason I couldn't be bothered to prepare a meal at teatime for scratch when I was going to be the only one eating it! So off I trotted to the freezer to see what delights we had in for my lonely meal for one. I had recently brought a lasagne from the Tesco Italian range as it was on offer so I threw that in the oven (not literally!!) and waited patiently for it to cook. Tesco Italian lasagnes are available in two different sizes, 400g and 550g. The prices for these are normally £1.50 and £2.00 respectively. The 400g one is only enough for one person, but the 550g can be used for two people, though you may want ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/09 (Very useful, 116 readings)
First things first, I am not a massive fan of ready meals but I believe that it always pays to have a couple sat in the freezer in case of a timing emergancy! Well, i had one the other day (2 appointments, one evening) with my stomach rumbling I needed some food cooking whilst I ran round the hose ike a mad woman rather than standing over a hob, this is where the Tesco Italian Lasagne came in very handy and here is my opinion on it... The lasagne comes cased in a cardboard sleeve (this being recyclable) it has a picture of a tasty looking lasagne on the front and is mainly green in colour. It tells you that it is a serving for one and also has nutritional ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/10 (Very useful, 222 readings)
Out of all the wonderful Italian-esque foods which are popular in the UK, Lasagne (sometimes referred to as 'Lasagna') has to be my favourite - even tastier than pizza in my opinion. That said, there's Lasagna, and then there's Lasagna - the first being the authentic dish perfected over generations, and the latter being the cheap supermarket ready-meal version which comes in a box. 'Tesco Italian Lasagne' is obviously the latter - but is it at all reminiscent of the delicious pasta-and-meat baked wonder? Cost - - - Available form the majority of Tesco supermarkets throughout the UK, the 400g size Lasagne is available for £1.50 - 'surprisingly good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 104 readings)
Tesco Italian Lasagne I very rarely buy ready meals and lasagne is one of the meals I have always preferred to cook from scratch. However as everyone knows there are times when there is a complete lack of time and we have to resort to a quick fix alternative on occasions. One of my emergency meals in my freezer was this lasagne from Tesco and this is the 550g which is supposed to be suitable for one person. However if added to something else it can quite easily make two meals as I only have a third of it anyway and hubby has the rest. This product comes in a black plastic tray with a cardboard green sleeve that slides over the ... Read the complete review
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