Tesco Meat Free Hot Dog Sausages Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Vegetarians
Newest Review: ... bizarre substance can the veggie ones be made from and what do they taste like? Well, these Tesco branded veggie hot dogs are ... more
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 164 readings)
When I became a vegetarian, I thought my days of fast food were over. I had always enjoyed a burger or a hot dog once in a while, but accepted those days were over. I actually became a vegetarian overnight after reading a particularly harrowing book on animal cruelty. One day, I was a meat eater, the next I couldn't stomach the stuff. I therefore knew nothing about the vast range of vegetarian substitutes that were available. What a nice surprise I got! Well I say I got a nice surprise, but quite a few meat free products I tried, tasted like rubber bands (not that I've ever had a thing for rubber, you should know!) Tesco Meat Free Hog Dogs are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/09 (Very useful, 200 readings)
I could never be described as the world's biggest carnivore, and in fact I was vegetarian for about ten years. Because of this, I am used to eating meat-free alternatives a lot of the time when it comes to preparing a snack or evening meal. I regularly buy vege-mince instead of beef or lamb - really just because I prefer the taste - and I do regularly buy 'Quorn' and other products instead of buying chicken. It was whilst I was looking in the freezer compartments in my local Tesco supermarket, looking for some frozen bits and pieces, that my eye happened upon the packet of Tesco-own branded 'Meat Free hot dog sausages'. Having tried these in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/02/09 (Very useful, 310 readings)
I bought these last week when my granddaughter and her friend came to see me, hot dogs seemed an ideal quick supper before they both went home. The 10 year old has an enforced vegetarian diet as she has a medical condition which means she cannot digest meat properly so I thought I'd try these frozen Tesco Meat Free Hot Dog Sausages, assuming that as a vegetarian my granddaughters' friend would enjoy them even if me and my granddaughter didn't! I needn't have worried though as I could not honestly taste much of a difference between these and the Ye Olde Oak hot dog sausages I usually buy. Admittedly these are much paler in colour with none of the usual ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/08, updated on 08/10/13 (Very useful, 958 readings)
I've been vegetarian for nearly twenty years but my husband and both of my boys are big meat-eaters. In spite of that, I actually bought these vegetarian hot dogs with the kids in mind, rather than myself. On days where I've been to work and picked up the boys up from kids' club or nursery, I don't tend to have much time to cook. They both have a small tea at school or nursery, so they aren't exactly starving but they still need a little something to see them through so usually look for something quick and easy that I can rustle up without too much hassle. I did consider buying them traditional meat-based hot dogs but, to be honest, the contents put me off - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/10, updated on 23/01/12 (Very useful, 232 readings)
When I first tasted vegetarian hotdogs I thought they were great (I can't remember the brand) but very garlicy so they were renamed smelly sausages in our house. Over time we have tried different brands but now always end up with the Tesco ones, although the children don't seem to be able to tell the difference we adults prefer these. They come frozen in a bag and contain 10 sausages. When you first open the bag you will notice their colour is orange which is strange for a sausage and they have a smell which I can't really describe. I think it might be the seasoning, but as soon as you start cooking them you can smell the garlic. They can be ... Read the complete review
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