Sainsbury's Cheese and Onion Rolls Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... a pastry with a cheese and onion mix in the middle - more like a sausage roll shape than a pastie. I like my cheese and onion ... more
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
You will pay about £1.50 for 6 of these. Which is good value in my book. 25 pence for a snack that is going to cost you about 75 pence to £1.00 each in the local baker's shop (if such a thing exist - High Streets seem to be full of homogenous Greggs the Bakers). Okay let us get straight down to revewing these. You essentially have a pastry with a cheese and onion mix in the middle - more like a sausage roll shape than a pastie. I like my cheese and onion roll to have a smooth filling rather than being able to feel slivers or lumps of onion in the mix - I don't know why, bvcause it would be fair to say that a truer taste of one of these would be where you could ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/01/10 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I love these cheese and onion rolls from Sainsburys, I started buying them ages ago but have had a mega craving for them recently and can't leave them alone when they're in the fridge! They're basically a sausage roll only with a cheese and onion filling instead of the sausage. This means that even though they look the same they taste completely different, it's the same pastry as on a sausage roll but because they've got so much cheese in them it tastes different to on a meaty roll. You can eat these hot or cold, I prefer mine hot and they're easy to cook in 15 mins in the oven. If I'm peckish though I've had loads of them cold and they're just as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/11/09 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Sainsburys Cheese and Onion Rolls really surprised me when I had them a few weeks ago. Normally, Sainsburys charge that few pence more for their products, because their products are better quality. Usually, the extra cost is worth it to get something that little bit nicer for your pennies. In this case I was mistaken though, and I found that what I got for my Sainsbury's price was Somerfield's standard. A packet of six Cheese and Onion Rolls cost me £1.49, which isn't unreasonable as that's only 25p per roll. To be honest, I'd have rather paid an extra £1 for these and had something decent though! For an extra £1 they could pack some proper, medium ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/09 (Useful, 25 readings)
I am addicted to greggs cheese and onion pastry things. They are 99p each and never fill me so I have been trying to find a replacement from a supermarket which would be cheaper. I came across Sainsbury's cheese and onion rolls are simple but rather nice. They are by no means fancy. The roll itself is comprised mainly of pastry, with the centre containing a fair among of cheese and onion. They come in a packet of 6 for £1.49 or at the moment they are doing a deal 2 packets for £2.50. For 25p a roll I am not complaining. They are by no means amazing but they are good for a lunch or quick snack. They can be eaten hot or cold, but I have not dared try them cold. ... Read the complete review
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