Tesco Quiche Lorraine Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Ready Meals
Description:Type: Frozen Food
Newest Review: ... When it comes to quiche I'm not bothered if I have it hot or cold but with this Tesco one you have to have it hot really ... more
by - written on 24/02/08 (Useful, 51 readings)
Oh I love this! And all the other varieties, you have to take full advantage of the 2 for £3 offer you see! Ok so it's not that much of a saving but it's a great excuse to try two so you can see which is your favourite :) I normally keep one in the fridge and freeze the other one Unfortunately once frozen it takes absolutely AGES to cook but I have found if u zap it in the microwave for a bit first this really speeds up the cooking time when you really don't have time to spare! This is actually one of my favourite "convenience" dinners. I normally serve quiche with a nice big green salad with a vinegarette dressing and maybe some oven chips :) it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
I love a slice of quiche and have it with salads, chips or on its own for a snack, I think I've tried most of the supermarket versions now. This Quiche Lorraine from Tesco used to be my fave but last year they changed it a bit and now I'm not mad keen on it at all. There isn't much flavour in the filling now, that's the main thing that puts me off because I like quiche to have a strong taste or it's just boring. This one has got quite a good texture to the filling, it's not sloppy or dry or anything like that. When it comes to quiche I'm not bothered if I have it hot or cold but with this Tesco one you have to have it hot really because the flavour is mega ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 83 readings)
I love quiche! Actually, no, I don't. I only eat it so I can feel good that I have moved away from meat products during the week. Quiche is not viewed as a real man's food, which is why I usually have a quiche on the sly. I prefer it cold, but obviously you can eat it hot or cold. I have tried most of the Tesco quiches and been moderately impressed. It has to be said that quiche lorraine is the blandest flavour you get get. There is nothing in it save for some egg and a few random bits of bacon, which are hardly worth mentioning, because they are so small. The tesco quiche can be cooked from frozen or chilled and you stick it in the oven until ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/07/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Only a few weeks into summer, and my family is already getting bored with salads! It is so hot at the moment, that I can't even consider cooking hot food, so I thought that I would bulk up a salad, and make it a bit different from the usual ham or chicken with a slice of quiche. I didn't have the time or the inclination to make my own, so I opted for tesco's ready made option. Tesco's have a long term offer on quiches, where you can get two for £3; otherwise they are around £1.74 each. I really didn't want two, but I can't resist an offer, so I picked up two Quiche Lorraines. This quiche is found in the chiller department and comes in a pink box with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/04/09, updated on 09/04/09 (Very useful, 231 readings)
I adore quiche and simply can't be bothered to make my own so I occasionally buy them which is what happened today! Not only is it usually £1.59 (or if on offer 2 for £3.00 quite often) this was actually in the reduced section of a refrigerator in store priced at 49p! Bargain I thought as I snatched it almost off an old lady and ran away with it. That was tea for me sorted lol The Packaging.... Square cardboard burgundy coloured box and on the front I'm told it's Tesco Quiche Lorraine which is 'Smoked bacon and cheddar cheese combined with a creamy egg custard in a shortcrust pastry'. There is a picture on the front of the quiche, the size is stated ... Read the complete review
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