Ugo's Chargrilled Chicken, Mozzarella & Pesto Panini Reviews
Product Type: Ugo's Ready Meals
Description:Type: Chicken / Authentic panini stone oven baked with olive oil.
Newest Review: ... to taste this Panini thing. Okay, I said, I'll give it a go. Thinking it was to be eaten cold out of the packet (yes, I know ... more
by - written on 08/02/08 (Very useful, 1505 readings)
It's not often you'll catch me writing about a sandwich but my experience this lunchtime was such that I had to share. Wind back an hour or two from when I wrote this and you'd have found me in Tesco. An end aisle display caught my eye - half price paninis. I hadn't yet decided what to have for lunch, had a fractious toddler with me and so grabbed a couple without really paying attention to what I was buying. How happy am I that they did find their way into my trolley? And how gutted am I that I didn't stick a couple more in? The wrapper of the panini suggests a deli-style experience. It tells me that the panini will be hot and crispy in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/10 (Very useful, 142 readings)
Normally I wouldnt purchase these, but my daughter was with me and as they were on offer, £1.79 instead of £2.39 I picked up a couple in my local Sainsbury store. They weigh 170 grams On first impressions the packaging looked quite trendy and appertising. You take the marinated chargrilled chicken, mozzeralla & pesto panini out of the packaging, leave the cardboard sleeve on , taking care to set the pesto sauce sachet aside and microwave for a minute, turn it over and heat for a further minute. Simple. Then allow to stand for a further minute, before putting the pesto sauce on , then tucking in. To say I wasnt impressed would be an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 210 readings)
I'm all in favour of home cooking and generally all the meals we have in our household have been created by either me or my wife, sometimes though it works out to be cheaper to rely on convenience foods that come pre-prepared and offer a quick alternative to homemade food. If you have ever browsed the chiller sections of the supermarkets I'm sure you will have seen the prepared burgers and hotdogs that Rustlers offer. Great hangover food or something to bung in the microwave after a heavy drinking session down at the pub, however they are highly processed and taste not a patch on what they should yet are insanely popular. Similar in concept to the Rustlers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/09 (Very useful, 115 readings)
Ugo's Chargrilled Chicken, Mozzarella & Pesto Panini The title of this product gives a clear indication as to what it is - yes that's right, it is a panini containing chargrilled chicken, mozzarella cheese and pesto. It is designed to be cooked in the microwave and available from most supermarkets and some smaller shops in the chilled section. I bought this from my local Tesco express where it cost me £2.30. This did seem a little expensive but I wanted a fast lunch for work and it sounded pretty good, the ingredients are all things that I enjoy so I assumed it would be worth it. You simply put it into the microwave for just over a minute, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/09, updated on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I was on one of my regular bargain hunts at my local Morrisons supermarket last week when I came across this on a buy one get one free offer. The normal price was £2.20 so the offer made it a reasonable £1.10 per panini which I find is about normal for this type of product. That in itself wasn't enough to make me buy it because as a rule I hate the ready prepared microwave junk fare but I remembered a friend recommending them to me a couple of months previously. As the friend in question has very similar tastes to me I thought I'd give them a go. There were two flavours available but on closer examination one was Bacon, Cheese & Mustard Mayo. As I hate ... Read the complete review
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