Young's Low Fat Ocean Crumble Reviews
Product Type: Young's Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Young's / Type: Other Ready Meals / Alaskan Pollock layered with with broccoli in a butter sauce topped with creamy mashed potates and a cheddar cheese crumble.
Newest Review: ... loads of thick sticky sauce in it as well it's hard to know what's potato and whats sauce because it all mixes up together. ... more
by - written on 03/07/09 (Very useful, 157 readings)
We were working in the garden yesterday - I was sorting out wood to stock pile for the log burner and Dave was building a waterfall (and why not?) - so neither of us felt like cooking lunch. I had tidied the freezer earlier and noticed that we had two packs of Young's Low Fat Ocean Crumble so I decided to pop them in the oven to cook whilst we continued working. The packaging The meal itself is in a black container which appeared to be made from some sort of cardboard as it went soggy when I tried to wash it! This was covered with a plastic film and then encased in a cardboard box - obviously OK to recycle. The front of the box ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/08 (Very useful, 341 readings)
Youngs Low Fat Ocean Crumble ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~ I am one of the worlds laziest cooks, and am always on the look out for healthy-ish ready meals that can be bunged in the microwave, left for ten minutes and then eaten straight away, so when I saw this low-fat ocean crumble in Morrisons for the bargain price of £1, I decided it was definitely worth giving a go, and therefore into the trolley it went.... The product ~*~*~*~*~*~ The box states that this product is "prime pieces of wild Alaskan Pollock" combined with broccoli and a rich butter sauce, topped with mash potato and a cheddar cheese ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/10 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Being a bonus card holder with Iceland I was pleased to receive a leaflet from them last week with details of their latest offers & was tempted by several of their 75p offers which included Youngs Ocean Crumble. I was delighted that they had the Light & Easy on offer in store as well as the regular. I must say I prefer this lighter version because it's lower in calories (264) per tray & in my opinion tastes much nicer. The box is quite colourful & the picture (although, as ever, exaggerated) of the crumble looks inviting. It states clearly that it's low in fat, microwavable in 10 minutes (though more precise guidelines are provided ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/08, updated on 16/09/08 (Very useful, 116 readings)
If you read my review for Admiral's pie, you will know that I bought this Young's Ocean Crumble accidentally. I thought I was picking up two pies. (So much for fish improving your brainpower!) The box shows a plate of the Ocean Crumble sitting rather improbably on a beach. It also shows the crumble sitting neatly and squarely on it's plate. I'd be fascinated to know how they got it onto the plate so neatly because when I tried to get it out it sloshed all over the plate and looked a mess. Fortunately that didn't affect the taste which was delicious. Cooking instructions are easy to read and the crumble can be oven baked or microwaved. 50 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 136 readings)
I love fish meals and saw this in our local Iceland for the princely sum of 75p the other day so thought I would give it a try. The packaging is slightly different to the photo shown on here, it has a much brighter blue colouring instead of the darker blue and it says light and easy across the front. The front also tells you that it is low in fat and only contains 264 calories. It says it is made from Alaska Pollaock and peas in a butter sauce which all sounds lovely. On opening the packaging the pie was in a container which looked like it was made from cardboard and it was covered with a plastic see through sheet which you had to tear off before cooking. ... Read the complete review
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