Sainsbury's Hash Browns Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Spices & Seasoning
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Other Vegetables
Newest Review: ... come in orange plastic packaging, with the Sainsbury's logo and a picture of the hash browns and some potatoes sitting on a ... more
by - written on 04/05/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I love a cooked breakfast at the weekend and love the usual bacon and eggs etc but I enjoy it more with a couple of little extra's such as these delicious little Hash Browns. They come frozen and I bought some recently from Sainsbury's for £1.44 for a 700g bag, they come in a plastic bag which is recyclable and inside they are a long triangle wedge shaped potato filling, and they are can be either grilled or fried lightly until golden brown. They are a shredded potato blended together to make the shape. They are 100% real British potatoes and each one is approximately 3 inches long, which is a good size and they do not taste mushy as I thought they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Every couple of months I do a cooked breakfast for my family members who do not live with me and have done ever since my daughter left home over 10 years ago and she went to live with her long term boyfriend and she missed my cooked breakfasts so much she kept asking me if she could come to my home and for me to cook her one and she kept asking a few times and so I decided to do it on a regular basis and so when my son left too, he did the same and their partners used to also arrive on the doorstep and so it grew from there and I enjoy us all having breakfast together now and they are both married to their then partners which is even better. I cook bacon, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/11 (Very useful, 91 readings)
When I can be bothered, I like to have a cooked breakfast at the weekends, and as I don't like fries, hash browns are a perfect accompaniment to my usual scrambled eggs and sausages. I always bought McCain's Hash Browns, as I do always go for the brand name items, but seeing that these were only £1 for 700g (as opposed to McCain's £1.59), I decided to try them out. They come in orange plastic packaging, with the Sainsbury's logo and a picture of the hash browns and some potatoes sitting on a wooden table - it gives the impression that these are full of potato, and indeed they are - being 83% potato. There is also 3% onion in them, along with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 260 readings)
Now a nice fry-up is something that is thoroughly enjoyed in my house from time to time and the trimmings that we have will vary from time to time depending on what we have in the house to use up and what is on special offer as well! Therefore, when I spotted these 'New' Sainsburys Hash Browns reduced from 95p down to 71p (25% off) I just could not resist picking up a packet of these & hoping they were as good as the McCain ones I would usually purchase which are a fair bit more expensive per 700g back (£1.29 at present). Each 125g serving contains 246 calories, 3.2g protein, 31.2g carbohydrate (of which 0.6g sugars), 12g fat (of which 1.3g saturates), 3g ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/10 (Useful, 16 readings)
Hash browns are a food that I really enjoy, breakfast, lunch or dinner. They are a great addition to any meal any time of the day. I usually purchase McCain's hash browns but when they were out of stock I decided to get sainsbury's own hash browns. There was a definate reduction in quality from these, the taste was not very rich, the potatoes were not mashed togther, but rather made into little processed cubes, but worts of all they were incredibly greasy. The texture of this particular brand is very poor, the taste I can handle but not the texture. Another thing to ntoe is that the fat content of these are 10% compared to 7.6% in McCains althought they have a ... Read the complete review
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