Morrisons Gravy Granules (Beef ) Reviews
Product Type: Morrisons Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Morrisons / Type: Sauces
Newest Review: ... my temper's fairly slow to boil but when it does, stand back. I swore I'd never use them again. So, I had often used Asda's ... more
by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I have started cooking a bit more for myself now and our household's gravy of choice is Morrisons Beef gravy granules. I don't mind which ones we use as long as I don't have to make gravy from scratch, and I think there are a lot of people who use gravy granules with their meals (: I believe these cost about 69p per 170 gram tub, and the one I 'm writing about has a use by date of next June so that's a decent shelf life, but then again these are dried. On the front of the cardboard tub are a tasty looking meal and the fact that a 70ml serving of this sauce gives a 26 calories portion with 1.8g of fats and 0.5g of salt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/08, updated on 23/08/08 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I have always been a firm fan of a very popular and famous brand of gravy granules and I have always thought that they were the best. I have been quite happily paying between 1.50 and 1.70 for a 170g carton but a few weeks ago I decided to try Morrison's own brand of 'Gravy Granules for Beef.' The size of the cardboard canister is exactly the same and holds 170g for a price of 0.89p. That is roughly 40% cheaper if my calculations are correct and being on an economy drive at the present time I thought that it was a bit daft not to give them a go. These granules are easy to use you just stir 4 tsp into half a pint of boiling water, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/02/10 (Very useful, 48 readings)
My wife and I never shop at Morrison's supermarkets so the only reason I know what this stuff is like is because My daughter was shopping and asked me if I needed anything and on my list was gravy granules and she brought me back these. My first thought was that I would not like this nearly as much as my usual Bisto gravy granules but my daughter assured me that I would be more than happy with this stuff and that she used it all the time so I kept an open mind and gave it a try. The first thing I used it in was mince the next day and on making the gravy there was no visible difference to the Bisto brand and it smelled nice and meaty as well as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/09 (Very useful, 95 readings)
Morrisons Gravy Granules (Beef ) Description: Manufacturer:Morrisons / Type: Sauces 170g tub costs around £0.90. I am sure that you have all seen these on the shelves in Morrisons, they are in a dark brown tub with the brand name written across the front, the lid is sealed with see through plastic to ensure that the product has not been opened. I do not ever buy Bisto gravy granules as I find there is a funny aftertaste, and they seem to leave a fatty coating on your tongue which is a little unpleasant. So as a result, I always buy alternative brands and this one is my favourite. To make, simply add the required ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/09 (Very useful, 22 readings)
This gravy granuals can be bought in two sizes and costs pence to buy. It is a basic gravy which is in granual form and all you have to do is add boiling water and whisk it until it comes smooth. Simple and quick. It is a good alternative to real gravy and is quite a tasty addition to the dinner table. I would recommend it and have just one slight worry that it is quite a salty product. So Morrison's if your out there and looking at this review please take note and reduce the salt content thanks. Otherwise I think it is a tasty gravy and worth a mention. We have it all the time now as it is quite cheap to buy and varies in price depending on offers ... Read the complete review
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