I use this when making curries & pastas. Unfortunately the last few times I've has this one it's been really watery. Not terrible but not the same quality it used to be. I will be using a different brand in future.
Not for me
Disgusting !! Ruined my spag Bol 😩 ended up letting the dog eat it ...so bitter needs a whole bag of sugar to balance the acidic on this, not a tea spoon . I usually use Napolina which is beautifully rich with a thick consistency but they had none so I ended up with this , never again .. kids enjoyed it though lol
Very poor quality. I have never had a passata that is soo thin. Looks nothing like the picture on the carton. This is just tomato juice. Will not buy again.
Disappointingly thin passata
Disappointingly thin and watery compared to Napolina or even Lidl’s own brand. Poor value.
Watered down product. Like using tomato juice.
I usually buy this product mainly because its cheaper than the others, but have always liked it. But i wont be buying it anymore. The quality has gone down, it is so thin i could be putting tomato juice not passata on my pizzas and in my pasta. I even had to question my other half when spreading on pizza bases the other day, if he had watered it down. It is awful. I will be spending that little bit more money to be able to taste the product and be able to use it how i want to. It is so thin, i said like tomato juice. but i think even that is thicker. Tesco whats going on? not the italian way.
Buying Passata this is tomatoes as it says on the
Buying Passata this is tomatoes as it says on the product. Every day use way to use this is in a blender add stock cube. Passata, seasonings garlic, onions and herbs use dried. Tomato puree, touch tomato ketchup has sugar to sweeten, slightly. Blitz up instant Pasta sauce. If every one ever looked on the web prices of Passata triple prices expensive and are the ones Italians use. The main big world wide retail shopping website we all know about Yes lovely but is it worth it. The choice is yours from one who has decided it is not worth paying triple prices on products such as Pasta sauce or Passata
Perfect, no added sugar or anything nasty. Ps: this is a passata! It is liquidy because you have to cook it longer to be creamy. It is not a sauce!
Passata - an insult to Italian cuisine!
I used 2 cartons to make a regular supply of Bolognese sauce. This was a big mistake. The end result was a disaster, when it is normally an enjoyable accompaniment to pasta.Why has a reasonable passata turn into a bitter, watery mess. Tesco, take not of all the negative reviews please.
Used to be much thicker - now really watery and not pleasant.
Not sure what they have done with this product! It used to be really good, but the last few weeks it has been really watery. Noticed it with other Tesco tomato products as well.