Tesco Meat Free Burgers Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... taste and the texture is just like an ordinary burger and if you don't overdo them they stay juicy. They are also ideal for ... more
by Going to Asda now. - written on 24/03/11
They've stopped selling them. Of course they may re-introduce them at a much higer price ! They seem to do that a lot at Tesco with bargain food. Shame. They were really good value; and wheat-free too !!
by - written on 18/05/10 (Useful, 140 readings)
Me and my Hubby have been Veggies for over 20 years and I have always cooked my own meals from scratch. However, occasionally there is the need to put together a quick meal, when you have had a pretty busy day at work and can't be bothered to mess about too much, and we have found these burgers are ideal. I oven bake them with home made spicy potato wedges, hoummus, salad and pitta bread. The taste of the burgers is a bit like I would imagine a lamb burger would taste and the texture is just like an ordinary burger and if you don't overdo them they stay juicy. They are also ideal for a barbie, just whack 'em on for a few minutes each side, serve in a bun ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10, updated on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I have been a vege forever and so this review won't really be comparing it to a meat thing because I dont know what it is like (although my meaty boyfriend willingly eats these when he comes over), I will just more tell you about them. I get these from Tesco as they are ususally on an offer with the rest of their range as £3 for any 2. This is pretty good in my opinion, especially as you get 8 burgers in a pack and I really only can eat 1 or 2 at a time, and also they can freeze. I keep mine in the freezer (they are in this section of the supermarket) and then just take them out when I fancy one and it is great. They take about 12 minutes to cook ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/01/10 (Very useful, 158 readings)
When I became a vegetarian, just over 6 years ago, it was down to the fact that I did not want animals to die, to feed me. It was not bacause I did not enjoy the taste of meat. I was therefore disappointed at the thought of never eating another burger or hotdog ever again. When I came across Tesco Meat Free Burgers, I was a bit dubious about how they would taste. I had by this time found and tried both, Linda McCartney & Quorn burgers and did not like the taste at all. Tesco Meat Free Burgers, I am glad to say, taste great. They have a surprisingly 'meaty' texture and flavour. They are made from a blend of seasoned soya and wheat proteins ( I ... Read the complete review
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