Grim - I Threw Them Out
Grim. Really horrible. Even when I cooked them for twice the length of time recommended on the packet, they were rock hard. I'm afraid I threw them in the bin after our first helping. Disappointing.
tesco please look into this
over half was bad bits on them have got them a lot only the last pack was bad 1 star for the last pack hope thy look into this 5 stars for the rest hope thay look into this
Not the best, but you get what you pay for
Occasional black bits and the odd 'woody' core, but really useful for stews and suchlike.
To many bad carrots and others were hard with bits of skin left on.
No matter how long you cook them they always seem
No matter how long you cook them they always seem tough
Delicious and yummy
Delicious and yummy
Not bad but not exceptional either
You get a lot of carrots for the money and it certainly saves time peeling and chopping. Some carrots have black bits on them though, and I'm pretty sure I got one that had actual soil in it, which was not pleasant. Still ate it though and I lived to tell the tale. Personally, I am not keen on the texture of frozen carrots. They just never taste as good as freshly chopped boiled carrots do. Even carrots from a tin taste better to me (although I believe they are fully cooked as part of the canning process, which is probably why they taste better as you just have to heat them up). All frozen carrots are the same in this regard though, so it's not really a fault of this particular product. If you like frozen carrots, you will probably like these.
Stay firm when cooked
Bought these mainly to add to soups etc but boiled them for a roast dinner recently as I’d forgotten to buy fresh. I was pleasantly surprised as they stayed firm and didn’t go mushy. Didn’t taste as good as fresh but still worth 4 stars
Multiple uses Curries and Ragu Casseroles so on...
Multiple uses Curries and Ragu Casseroles so on... Been seeing a lot of reviewers getting tied up in knots how to cook these vegetables.. I first blanched these hot water kettle bowl drain and then to dish .. Always done that... Exceptions being certain ones Sweet Potatoes, Butternut Squash frozen and Peas, everthing else just blanched and drained.. When you go to your favourite restaurant they blanch fresh veg and chill cool down then chiller... Waiting for service order then reheat quickly and on to plate.. To customer..