not one piece of meat in any of four puddings They should be called gravy puddings Tesco should be ashamed of themselves for even selling these
Having read the reviews I was a little apprehensive but there was nothing to worry about. They were tasty, well filled and just the right size for dinner.
What has happened to these. They used to be such a delicious treat now they are just full of gravy mush I did find 1 tiny piece of meat but no kidney.Ill go to the chippy next time I fancy one.They are a complete waste of money.
Childhood memories come back
You have to be a northerner to appreciate these. It was my childhood stable diet. Pudding chips and gravy. The don't seem as big as my childhood memories. But I still love them
These puddings were ghastly.. filled with just a t
These puddings were ghastly.. filled with just a thick gravy with one piece of meat.. never again!!!!
Comfort food at its best
Comfort food at its best, I love these with chips, mushy peas (Lockwood's frozen are the best) and gravy - YUM! Take the time to steam them though, so tasty and comforting
at first they tasted nice - but when I bit on the
at first they tasted nice - but when I bit on the gristle - YUK! and after finding another one from the bag was the same - I wont be buying anymore!
When you take in consideration the time and energy
When you take in consideration the time and energy to make your self thay are marvellous
Mostly gravy and little meat and kidney now
Not very nice now, nearly all gravy and soggy meat chunks hardly recognizable. Pastry is good - shame about the filling.
Totally misleading photograph of a pie filled with
Totally misleading photograph of a pie filled with chunks of diced beef. There was not a sign of one such chunk in any of the pies. Just thick gravy. A real con.