Terrible, I thought I would give these a try because they were on offer, wasted my money. The first one had a tough chewy bit in it that had to be spat out and the second one crunched as I ate it and again was spat out, the 3rd and 4th went in the bin. Terrible
Mixed feelings, sometimes they're perfect, pure meat, other times I get grit or incredibly chewy parts that you just can't eat and have to... well, spit out. This inconsistency makes them not very enjoyable, unfortunately.
Adequate, not great, not worth full price.
I would not buy these at full price, I get them periodically from a pound shop. They're great for a morning snack ("elevenses") or as part of a packed lunch. I only get them from Tesco when they're the same price as the Pound Shop and I happen not to be able to get to one - I do get loads of stuff from there! I've given them three stars because they're adequate, perfectly acceptable with mustard and tomatoes, just not great. Addendum: In my belief it isn't possible to eat a pork pie without mustard! Tomatoes are optional, to taste.
No taste soggy pastry just as well they were on offer
The pies were disappointing and tasted as if they were full of bread crumbs. I shall not buy again. I'd hoped for better.
Does not contain palm oil!!!!!
Have you noticed it is very hard to get ENGLISH pork and NO palm oil in a pork pie. These are an exception, well done pork farms.
Very disappointed in these pies, the pork was very pale and tasteless and the pastry was soggy. Only ate two, put the rest out for the birds !
Tried them for the first time this week as I took
Tried them for the first time this week as I took advantage of offer. Sorry, disappointed, very first bite had small piece of bone in, so obviously put me off. Personal choice as well is that I prefer my pork pies to have a little jelly in them and these had none.
Not as good as the larger verion of this but just
Not as good as the larger verion of this but just about edible
No Palm Oil !!! Well done. Loads of chemicals, but
No Palm Oil !!! Well done. Loads of chemicals, but no Palm oil so +1 for that. Tesco's products are full of Palm oil and regardless of how 'sustainable' they say it is, it's still ripping down rain-forests just for snacks. And non sustainable palm oil always gets mixed in to the sustainable stuff.