Product Type: Morrisons Spices & Seasoning
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Hard And Tasteless
Morrisons Value Sweetcorn
Member Name: CheekyCharlie08
Morrisons Value Sweetcorn
Advantages: Cheap; Adds colour to the food
Disadvantages: Takes forever to soften up; No taste to the sweetcorn
I brought a bag of this frozen Value sweetcorn from Morrisons the other week and am not very impressed with it, it was about 59p for a 300g bag and that would have been a wicked saving on tins of sweetcorn if it had been better quality.
The sweetcorn kernals are all seperate and not stuck together like happens with some frozen veg, they're a good colour as well but I did notice that the kernals are quite big and that made me stress a bit that they wasn't going to be very tender.
I was right as well! When I did a stew the other day they was cooking in the broth for about 3/4 of an hour and after that they still had a proper tough texture that spoilt the stew a bit because I like my vegetables a lot softer than that.
I have used them twice for bolognese and was dead worried about how they'd end up being as the cooking time is a lot shorter. The first one was crap and the sweetcorn stayed mega hard but then I had a brain wave and when I did the second bolognese I soaked the kernals in boiling water for half an hour before adding them.
This worked ok, they was still a bit tougher than I would have liked them to be but at least this time they were edible. I changed the water a couple of times so that they were always in hot and like I said this did soften them.
I bet you're thinking this would have took the taste out of them? Ha! They have no taste ANYWAY so that didn't matter! lol That's another bad thing about this sweetcorn because when I put Green Giant in you can taste the sweetness of it but this tastes of........ nothing at all!
It's a waste of money and I'm just glad I didn't spend much on it, I know Morrisons own brand is usually a bit crap apart from the cereals but this is deffo one of their worst products.
Not recommended even that cheap!
Summary: Rubbish, Avoid This And Buy Another Sweetcorn Instead!
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