Aunt Bessie's Sausagemeat Stuffing Balls Reviews
Product Type: Aunt Bessie's Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Aunt Bessie's / Type: Stuffing
Newest Review: ... and white Aunt Bessie logo on the front showing the lovely lady in all her glory. There is a small picture of the stuffing ... more
by - written on 10/05/10 (Very useful, 116 readings)
When we have a roast dinner, I love to have some stuffing with it. Usually we just have the usual sage and onion type, or my girlfriend will sometimes feel brave and make some from scratch. Last time we went shopping we noticed that Aunt Bessie had started selling sausage meat stuffing balls. I have always trusted Bessie and have never been able to fault her products, so at £1.25 for 12 balls they had to be worth a try. They are packaged in a bag in the freezer section, the bag is dark blue in colour the same as the ret of the range, it has the red and white Aunt Bessie logo on the front showing the lovely lady in all her glory. There is a small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/10 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Whilst having a clear out of my freezer some weeks ago and trying to use some of the products up that had been in there for some time I stumbled upon a bag of the Aunt Bessie's Stuffing balls that I had opened some time ago, used a few and popped back into my freezer. As I was due to cook a roast for some friends a few weeks ago I decided that these would go well with and made a note that I must remember to use them. I guess they had got placed to the back of my freezer as they are not a food product that I use on a regular basis and as I had brought them for convenience to serve with a previous roast dinner it was not until the next one that I remembered them! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I have to admit I am not the greatest of cooks mainly because I have never really learnt; I'm still young though so I have loads of years left to improve. I have tried to make my own stuffing but it always seems to come out really dry and quite hard, I eventually gave up trying, it began becoming quite a disappointment every Sunday when the roast got dished up. We saw the Aunt Bessie's Stuffing Balls at shopping one day and we thought that anything had to be better than the rubbish I was serving up and decided to give them a try. I am not a lover of frozen food so my expectations were not high but I was pleasantly surprised with this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I was cooking dinner one day last week and I remembered too late that we needed stuffing, I thought there was a box in the cupboard and there was but there was hardly any in it! I went to the shop round the corner and they didn't have any packet stuffing mixes in so i got a bag of frozen Aunt Bessies stuffing balls even though they were over £2.00 for 12 balls. The balls take for ages to cook, loads longer than the 20 minutes it said on the pack. You have to turn them halfway through cooking but even then the top goes mega hard and crunchy, when they're cooked the stuffing balls haven't got a very nice texture because the outside is proper hard but in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Another product from the Aunt Bessie range that makes a regular appearance into my freezer is their Stuffing Balls, and looking back on Dooyoo these have a mixed reaction to them to say the least. Firstly I have to confess that I have tried to make my own stuffing; it should be easy, yes? Take a packet of the dried stuffing mix, add water to it, mix well and bung in a hot oven and allow to cook. Except it never ever works for me, the stuffing either comes out looking like a watery mess or a thick gloopy clump that tastes disgusting. I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but I just can't make my own stuffing. So, bearing this is mind I do buy the pre-made ... Read the complete review
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