This bacon is cut so thin it's difficult to get an
This bacon is cut so thin it's difficult to get any taste. Quite frankly, I've seen thicker tracing paper.
Very ordinary bacon. Would expect something better from the Finest range........ Have no options for purchasing really good quality bacon here, as Tesco's own is the only type available ! Other supermarkets at least have a choice of brands!! Do give us a choice please, or up the quality of your own stuff.
Pan full of white residue
I’m used to buying dry cured bacon but bought this instead as it was on offer thinking it would be similar. What a mistake! Within seconds of the rashers hitting the pan, they were swimming in white goo, presumably the by-product of what was injected into it to wet cure it. After scraping this off the rashers and out of the pan, the bacon cooked properly and actually tasted really nice. I won’t buy it again though, even if it’s on offer.
Unsmoked but salty
This may be under the 'Finest' banner and although the bacon is lean and unsmoked it is very salty so will not suit a lot of palates. The medalions are a better bet
It was too salty. I wish you would provide low sa
It was too salty. I wish you would provide low salt bacon
Finest ? Full of foam and salt, inedible
finest?? -this product produced the same amount of foam as bog-standard danish bacon, so the fat could not be fried to crispness Also so salty could not eat more than a couple of mouthfuls. Gave rest of packet to my carer, warning her of saltiness. Will never buy again
Too salty by far, disappointing.
We have had this before and is usually ok but this latest packet (still with 3 weeks use by date) had an awful smell when cooking and after tasting a tiny piece the whole packet went in the bin.
very nice done crispy, in a sandwich with brown sauce and mushrooms, yummy.
I've been buying this bacon for a few years now and it's always been great. However, the last few times the bacon has been so salty it's not edible. Be wary if you're not a salt fan. I'll be looking for a new brand now