Great time saver
Great product for light Christmas pastry.
A bit unreliable
Generally ok but recently had package with only 9 sheets and one of those had a large chunk out of it. Interested in trying other brands to be able to compare but this appears only one stocked by Tesco. Unfortunately unreliable number of sheets per pack.....9 to 13 which doesn’t help when planning meals.
Unsuited for my needs
Too thin and oddly shaped to make samosas. Lots of sheets but where the fold lines were it cracked with the slighest touch. I am sure if you are more au fait with recipes which require such pastry and have a delicate hand it would be fine. But i tried and tried and found it extremely frustrating. I think this is enough of a different product to the Jus Rol one that you could spot both. For those of us more heavy handed and in need of our 'addidatives' and full fat sometimes then it would be the ideal choice. I for one will not be buying this version again and am disappointed that i cannot buy the jus rol one from you
Very pleased with this product to make Greek spani
Very pleased with this product to make Greek spanikopita. 👍👍
By far the best filo pastry one can buy. After using this product, I find all others are like sheets of rubber. Crisp flaky filo - just the job for my vegetable samosas.
Had mould spots
Had mould spots on it - not good as it is the only brand available online.
Best filo pastry ever
This was the second time in my life I've used filo pastry and it was the best experience ever. I'll never buy another brand again. This pastry is extremely easy to use. The sheets are easy to separate, cut and shape. I kept the sheets under a moist tea towel while I used one at a time.
I’ve tried various filo pastry from shops and supermarkets, some is just the equivalent of thinly rolled puff pastry, I have found this brand from Tesco to be the closest to making my own, I would highly recommend it
No palm oil !! Great to have this as an option.
Best Filo Pastry - My Greek Colleague Agrees
I have used this pastry many times for making spanakopita and have always had excellent results. I have tried using a different brand of frozen filo pastry and also store bought shortcrust pastry as in Greece it is not always filo used but Theo's is definitely the best. It can get a bit dry making it easy to tear if you don't work quickly enough so use the damp tea towel method and you should be fine. As I no longer live near a large Tesco, spanakopita has become a treat nowadays.