Not as per photo
Product doesn’t match image, it was sliced for roasting, not diced as per the pic. Description says sliced.
Rotting after one day
These were awful. Rotting in the bag after one day in the fridge !!!!
VERY POOR QUALITY
Extremely poor quality, squash was slimey on outside and not like it looks in the picture. The whole lot went in the bin! Bought online...
Was gone off the very next day. Disappointing. Als
Was gone off the very next day. Disappointing. Also has red onion bits, which would have hastened spoilage.
You don't get a lot...
Meh - wasn't a lot in the bag, and it certainly isn't cut into chucks like advertised. Came in massive, but not very many, pieces!
I froze it!
Really like this as an alternative to potatoes. Not sure whether it should be put in the freezer, but I did, defrosted it gently, and cooked as per instructions. When they're on offer at '3 for 2' it works out quite reasonable.
Don't Waste Your Money
Product receive is nothing like the nice, even looking chunks in the photo. Bag full of ugly, unevenly sized pieces, big and small, thick and thin, making even cooking impossible. Lots of seeds and fibrous strands. I can't tell which is squash and which is sweet potato either. Complete waste of money. Would give 0 stars if that option was available.
Don't be fooled by the picture and title
Produce is okay but don't be fooled by the packaging. This picture is not the product you receive. It looks nothing like this picture, nor is it 400g or say "for mashing". The picture looks as if the butternut and sweet potato are diced but they are not. What you get is 350g of sliced Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato. This picture and title are completely mis-leading
Wonderful - endless tasty possibilities ....
Fantastic for quick tasty soup ..... chuck this in a pan with some chopped onion and/or leek with veggie stock (plus garlic/chilli/herbs/paprika to taste) ..... after 20 mins, take-out most of the 'bits' on a slotted spoon (liquidize these with some yogurt or cream cheese and/or passata and fridge/freeze for use later as 'lasagne sauce') - then season to taste, serve with toast (or cheese-on-toast if you are not dieting!) .... also great with tinned-beans-in-sauce plus any other handy cooked veg of choice, with more chilli and paprika to serve as tortilla filling (or blitzed to make a dipping sauce) ..... the possibilities are endless!
Nice combination and no peeling so convenient but squash is slower to cook, so cut in two to avoid woody bits.