Birds Eye Field Fresh Petits Pois Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Spices & Seasoning
Newest Review: ... Petis Pois in the freezer. The packs come in 700g and 1200g. The smaller bag usually sets us back about £2.00, the larger ... more
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
My darling wife is extremely fussy when it comes to eating her veg. Personally me, I'll eat any of it. If it looks good and fills me up, that is fine with me. However she is exactly the opposite. If she eats peas, they usually have to be Petis Pois, and Birds Eye. For this reason we often have a packet of frozen Petis Pois in the freezer. The packs come in 700g and 1200g. The smaller bag usually sets us back about £2.00, the larger pack about £3.00. They are available in most supermarkets and are picked and packed by a firm that you can trust. Ingredients= Well the ingredients are small green peas. And lots of them. Obviously ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/12/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I don't eat that many peas even though I love them, that's because I get bored by them and have eaten so many peas that I'm a bit sick of them now! lol The other day I went to do the shopping and brought a bag of Birds Eye Petits Pois because I thought they might be nice for a change and I'm converted. I think they're so delish that I reckon I'll be eating these until I'm sick of them too! They're a lot smaller than normal peas and have got a lovely sweet flavour. They're dead easy to cook either in a saucepan or my fave way, nuking them for a minute straight from frozen. I think they taste a lot fresher done like that and the peas stay ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
Okey doke - I know that vegetables are not particularly sexy but, here's the confession bit - I do have a thing about peas. Especially freshly popped peas direct from their pods direct from the garden. Now of course this is not possible for various reasons and there is a reason when they declare the humble frozen pea as one of the greatest successes in frozen food. Birds Eye are one of the key success stories in frozen veg and of course fish fingers. They have a massive marketing capability and a brand that surpasses many in a similar category. They are known all around the world and there has to be something to be said about a brand that has been so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/09, updated on 17/05/10 (Very useful, 10 readings)
We are trying to be a bit healthier in our household latey as we had been eating a lot of junk, not just because of the Christmas festivities, but in general we have both been really lazy with regards to actually cooking. Anyway, my lovely lady made a cracking roast beef dinner for us tonight, having not had any vegetables since Christmas dinner five days ago. I am not a great 'lover' of peas of any description really, they just seem to taste of nothingness to me, but in the interests of having a 'colourful' dinner I accepted the offer of peas. I don't generally do the shopping but asked Mrs Scamp where they were from, how much etc. I am told ... Read the complete review
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