Jus-Rol frozen Shortcrust Pastry Block Reviews
Product Type: Jus-Rol Snacks
Description:Brand: Jus-Rol / Type: Pastry
Newest Review: ... up to do, rather than exercise to remove all the extra calories... There are 559kcal per 100 g so that is over 5000 ... more
by - written on 23/07/13 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I started buying Jus Rol shortcrust pastry last year when I saw a two for 1 offer in Tesco. I have always made my own pastry, not often but when I felt like it. Buying this Jus Rol shortcrust pack changed how often and how much I eat dramatically. The ease and convenience of using this pastry is a double edge sword though, you may find you are wishing you had a lot of preparation and washing up to do, rather than exercise to remove all the extra calories... There are 559kcal per 100 g so that is over 5000 calories in the pack at 34% saturated fat. I am halfway through the first slab which I bought a few days ago, so I think food like this can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/08/11 (Very useful, 1131 readings)
I bought a pack of Jus-Rol frozen shortcrust pastry blocks ages ago, stuffed it in the freezer and forgot all about my pie-making plans. (Prices for a kilo pack are around the £2.50 to £3 mark in most supermarkets). Recently I dug it out, with a vision of pasties. I let one block (500g) thaw overnight and when I came to use it in the morning, was pleased with the texture and consistency of the pastry dough. It had survived a lengthy spell in the freezer (longer than the recommended year or so - oops!) with no ill effects, neither being too soggy or too dry for use. The pastry thaws within an hour or so to a workable dough, so doesn't require as much time as I ... Read the complete review
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