Tesco Value Vegetable Stock Cubes Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Sauces / Soups
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Sauces
Newest Review: ... contain milk, wheat, gluten, celery and celeriac, and while the recipe and factory have no nuts Tesco cannot guarantee the ... more
by - written on 27/01/11 (Very useful, 162 readings)
My mum has always used oxo cubes, infact in my kitchen there is a battered old oxo cube tin where we keep all the stock cubes. When my partner and I moved in together we had to look at cheap alternatives in most areas of our life as between the two of us we earn less the the national average wage for 1 person. When we ran out of vegetable oxo cubes, I decided to try the Tesco value equivalent to see if they were any good. The tesco value stock cubes come in a small rectangular cardboard box with the standard tesco value logo on the front. Inside the box are 10 individually wrapped stock cubes, these are rectangular in shape as opposed to square oxo cubes. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 338 readings)
I find many Tesco Value products to be excellent value for money, however there are also the occasional products which surpass all my expectations and come with an extremely tiny price tag. These Vegetable Stock Cubes are one example of this with ten cubes costing a mere 19p which is a good deal less than the branded stock cubes, and in fact a whole £1 cheaper than their Knorr equivalent. The thing I find bizarre is that there is very little, if any, difference between these and any other vegetable stock cube I've ever used. I mainly use this kind of stock cube when making vegetable soup and they have proved identical to my usual OXO cubes in every ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
As a big fan of making home made soups, one of the primary ingredients that I use is vegetable stock. I have tried several different brands and a range of priced stocks and to be perfectly honest, I have failed on all these occasions to notice any difference in the flavour between the most expensive to the absolute cheapest which happens to be the Tesco Value Vegetable Stock cubes. I am not saying that you will never notice a difference in the tastes of stock, however, for the purpose that I use it for, i.e. making soups, there is no noticeable difference. ~~The product~~ The cubes themselves, as stated earlier, in taste they are perfect for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/10 (Very useful, 108 readings)
I saw these cubes while shopping in Tesco recently and when I saw the very low price of only 19p for 10 cubes I thought I would give them a try and see how they tasted in my food and to see if I could save money by going down a brand with stock cubes. They come in a cardboard box in the usual blue and red colours of Tesco lower branded foods and there are 10 good sized cubes approximately 2 inches x inch rectangle shape and they are individually wrapped in a foil wrapper, they can easily be unwrapped and inside each one is a hard beige coloured cube and they can be dissolved in hot water or added to soup or meat dishes to enhance the flavour. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/13 (Very useful, 79 readings)
Yet another review on a Tesco Everyday Value product - not hard to imagine what my grocery list looks like! There is no photo this time, but as with all TEV products the packaging has been changed from the traditional red, white & blue, and now it has pretty little green cooking and food illustrations and a nice photo of a delicious looking vegetable soup. I make lots of soups and stews (and creations that fall somewhere in-between) - each weekend I usually have a huge pot of something on the go on the stove, so my cupboards are full of stock cubes of all kinds of varieties and flavours. For a pack of 10 the TEV vegetable cubes are ... Read the complete review
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