Ugo's Bacon, Cheese & Mustard Mayonaisse Panini Reviews
Product Type: Ugo's Ready Meals
Description:Type: Other Ready Meals / Authentic panini stone baked with olive oil.
Newest Review: ... some of the sandwiches so I thought why not try. Ugo's was situated next to the rustlers burgers and other microwave foods. ... more
by - written on 04/03/08 (Very useful, 602 readings)
Having previously enjoyed one of Ugo's paninis (chicken, mozzarella and pesto) I didn't stop to think when I saw them on offer in the supermarket. I'm always on the look out for "easy" lunch snacks that require little preparation but which are satisfying and not that unhealthy. As Ugo's hit the mark last time I thought that I'd try the other flavour - bacon and cheese with mustard mayo. The panini is cooked in the microwave, and, thanks to a special cardboard-type wrap it will crisp up rather than go soggy. In under a minute per side you have a hot, crisp panini with glorious-looking melted cheese and, again, it wouldn't look out of place in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
The other day while shopping for a few bits in the Co-op I noticed a fridge full of these Ugo's Deli Cafe Paninis most of which were £1.79. A few also had only a day or so shelf life left so they had been reduced to £1.25. I popped several in my basket with the intention of giving them to my partner to take to work. As I'm at home all day you'd think I'd have nice lunches but I have a couple of problems with that and either forget to get something until I'm so hungry I need a banana or something equally boring for my blood sugar or I can't be bothered to have anything exciting because it's "just me" so I decided to keep a couple of these paninis ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
Ugo's bacon Panini These were recently on special offer at Morrison's on B.O.G.O.F and never one for turning an offer down I bought a variety of flavours in to try, I figured they would make a quick and easy lunch time snack and being fond of bacon anyway I was sure to enjoy at least one of the fillings available. Packaged as shown above the cooking instructions couldn't be simpler really, remove from packaging, take the sauce out and pop in the microwave for 1 minute, turn over and cook for another minute. Then all you have to do is to add the sauce, let it cool and enjoy. And enjoy I did! Thanks to the protective cardboard sleeve that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/09 (Very useful, 49 readings)
This morning, I was feeling a bit tired, so my lovely lovely boyfriend decided he'd pop my daughter off to school, and then cook me breakfast in bed. Well, I say cook, but that's a bit fo a stretch . His repertoire consists of spaghetti bolognese, and scrambled eggs . But he did pop off to the corner shops, and come back with a UGO's Deli Cafe Panini, filled with Bacon, Cheese, and a Mustard Mayonnaise, which set him back £1.79 on special offer. He knows me very well my boyfriend . Not only did he bring me the sub in bed, with a steaming hot cup of tea , but he even put the packaging on my computer desk with the comment 'I know you'll probably want ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/04/09 (Very useful, 68 readings)
The first Ugo I tried and the only 1 I have went back for seconds on. Unfortunately the 2nd time I had this, it put me off and I now won't buy this 1 again, but I'm sure some people will like this one. Ugo's are found in the Rustlers/Microwave burger/convenience chiller section of the shops they sell them in. The normal price for this from my local Tesco was £2.29, which I though a bit expensive, but they were doing an offer of 2 for £3, so this is when I tried the Chicken 1, as that way it wasn't too bad priced. Packaging is alright. These are in a thick plastic bag, which is a bit cloudy white plastic and you can just see through the bag. The ... Read the complete review
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