Wanted to try something different
The quality was great I used it for meatballs and spaghetti and it went really well with what I made it's not good that my kids some wanting it more than any other usual Food we eat
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.