Lamb advertised as Irish but it's from New Zealand
This is advertised as Irish - "Product Description - Half lamb leg. From Trusted Northern Irish Farms" but I had it last week and it had the New Zealand flag on it and it stated it was from New Zealand and packaged in England! It was fine and tasty but we are not being told the truth. Also, it usually means that it could have been frozen as the flight is at least 24 hours to get here; and there's also the transport times on top of that. If we think it's Irish and fresh, then we would think we could freeze it..............but we can't if it has been frozen previously! Tesco should be upfront and give up the correct information. It was a nice piece of meat though.
Delicious and tender. Marinaded in wine with ancho
Delicious and tender. Marinaded in wine with anchovies and roasted
We had this for lunch on Sunday, it was excellent!! I don't understand why there has been some bad reviews, we all really enjoyed it, will definitely buy again.
Just had this for lunch . Roasted it as instructed
Just had this for lunch . Roasted it as instructed, delicious tender and tasty.
Omg loved this! Tender and juicy and a lovely piece of meat.
Tough as old boots
Tough as old boots . More gristle and fat than meat. Very poor quality
Awful. More fat than meat. Was so looking forward
Awful. More fat than meat. Was so looking forward to having lamb for a change. Was meant to be for 4 more like 2.
Melt in the mouth
Instead of roasting I cut it up and made hot pot and curry (substantial portions) The meat was melt in the mouth, at the time of buying this it was half price, just before Christmas.
We always get a decent amount of meat from the half leg. It’s succulent, we love half price lamb. We always stock the freezer up when it’s on offer
what we received has nothing to do with the pictur
what we received has nothing to do with the picture. the picture seems to be the meat sticking on the bone, a half Leg. We received a piece of meat. Seems more to be a roast.