Pointless and bland.
Despite what the front label would suggestively wink at you, this is sauce "for meatballs" and not, in fact, a meatball-containing sauce. However, there's nothing special about this jar of weak tomato pulp that makes it any more "for" adding meatballs to than you'd get from a cheap-o jar of Tesco brand. Watery marinara. Not worth the pound-fifty.
no difference to a can of tomatoes
This was a quick fix on a Friday night, but its just not nice, it slips out the jar barely leaving a trace then doesnt really cook into the Tesco Italian meatballs, i ended up putting both in a wok with the spaghetti and cheese but not nice, Very metallic flavour
I werked out wots in it
In reply to one star review, I use reading and cognative skills to enable me to work out whether things have meatballs in them. If a package says "meatballs" I generally assume that it contains said balls of meat, but, to double check my logic, I will use my eyes to look closer. If it says "sauce for meatballs" I would deduce that it does not if fact contain balls of meat, but rather it it a viscous liquid (or sauce) to put meatballs in. I learnt this after buying a "air-freshener for car" only to be disappointed when opening and discovering it didn't actually contain a car.