I LOVE these
I LOVE these
I always enjoy these. There's a good amount for th
I always enjoy these. There's a good amount for the price and I've always found it fresh. It's maybe a luxury vegetable but it's not too pricey and goes well with some nice fish or chicken.
not much cop
Thin sticks with plenty of waste
One Star Too Many
For many years I have regularly purchased asparagus bundles from Tesco without problem. Recently, however, they seem to be a lot softer (not al dente as I like) in the same cooking time (microwave steamer - 1 min 50 secs @ 800W). Today's were absolute mush which, recalling a one-time home experiment, strongly suggests that they had been frozen (without blanching) somewhere in transit. AVOID...
It’s only ok and no idea where it’s come from.
This asparagus is ok. My biggest problem is not knowing where it’s from, take your pick. Could be Uk, might be Poland. Might be from much, much further away. So I won’t be buying it anymore.
Waste of money totally inedible!
Cannot give this product any stars, it went straight in the bin. Soft mush, unable to check use by date as the product has nothing on the packaging. Very poor product will not be including again in my click and collect shopping from Tesco.
Very thin and long unlike the photo description
They were very thin, and a few of the tops were mushy, the odd slightly thicker stalk ones (about 4 or 5) looked very old and dry. I really should read the reviews before I purchase, as others have had same problems recently.
Horrible, waste of money
Delivered yesterday for supper tonight. Awful, thin and manky, withered stems and smelly, soft beaten up tops. Can't tell you about best before date as there isn't one on the pack anywhere. Not going to have again in a long time.
they have been fantastic in past , but it is now t
they have been fantastic in past , but it is now the second week they are just horrible. thin and rotten....
Highly variable, possibly because they come from all over the place, there's no consistency in quality or size of individual spears. The photo suggests thick, succulent asparagus but lately spears the diameter and flavour of grass blades have been turning up. I'll be giving these a break.