Do you have to make this with Palm Oil?
Have used Tesco Ready Rolled pastry in the past, but won't be using again. Could not get it off the paper so ended up peeling it off in lumps and having to re-roll into a sheet to be able to use. Tears very easily. Wish I had read the reviews before buying. Another products Tesco have ruined.
I've used Tesco readymade pastry before but this time it was a nightmare to use. Savoury? Didn't think so. Crumbly? Possibly but when it breaks up, splits, tears when trying to prepare it then quite useless as far as I'm concerned. I eventually achieved a pie with tacking bits on here and there to cover many years and holes! Doubt I shall buy this again. Another product change gone wrong perhaps?
Won’t buy it again!
Breaks very easily and very hard to unravel off the paper without resting holes.
Great pastry & convenient
Excellent shortcrust pastry. Very easy to separate the sheets and to use. They don't stick to the work surface. Tastes very good.
I'm not sure what they've done to this product, used to be good but now it's not very nice at all. Looks greyish and is quite soggy to work with. Won't be buying again.
Try the recipe on the packet. Thank me later.
I like this. Of course homemade is better. But lately homemade quiche has been a lunch staple for me, & this makes it even easier. Have also had several good recipes off the packet.
Not as described
I have not tried it so can’t vouch as to its quality. However, there is no indication on the name of this product as shown here that it is savoury. On looking at the packet at home I spotted this. I thought I had bought the usual shortcrust - neither savoury or sweet which can be equally for a fruit tart or a quiche,
not as good as some other brands
not very nice, took ages to cook, hard to work with pie base came in holes when stretched.
It was better than my home made