Better than the brand names
Much nicer than the Birds Eye ones.
Worth the money
Very good grandchildren love them
Complete waste of money, they have no potato in them!
What went wrong?
I've either got a horrible batch or something has gone wrong. They don't cook right at all; I've tried them in the oven, under a grill and in a toaster (how I normally cook potato waffles). They'll go hard and dry and flaky, it's horrible. They never used to be like this.
Delicious. They cook beautifully and are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Best of all they are gluten free.
Tasty and filling potato waffles.
I love Tesco's own branded potato waffles, I prefer to lightly fry them in sunflower oil to make them soft in the middle and crunchy on the outside. Very tasty when I eat them with either fried or scrambled eggs and baked beans.
Don't know if I was just unlucky but I found these
Don't know if I was just unlucky but I found these very chalky it's hard to describe the weird texture they had. I think I'll stick to the well known brand versions of these I'm afraid
Don't know if I had a bad batch but these were lou
Don't know if I had a bad batch but these were lousy.. So thin. When I opened the box there was a huge gap between the opening of the box and the waffles and I wondered if some were missing. No...they were all there.. just ridiculously thin and many broken as well. Definitely won't be buying these again.
Use a toaster
For best results stick the waffles in a toaster. Nice and crisp in only a few minutes. Trying to cook them in the oven as instructed was a disaster.