Perfect - give them a try !
Perfect ! Add them to casseroles, stews, especially coq au vin, cassoulet, etc. Ignore the reviews from customers who gave them 1 star because they were mostly fat - that is the point ! There is a clue in the name : LARD-ons. Fry them slowly with onion, etc as part of the base for a casserole, then as they cook slowly with all the other ingredients, the fat breaks down and the juices add to the flavour. Give them a try. The pack is actually 2 separate compartments, so you don't have to use them all in one go.
Fatty and chewy with loads of rind attached.by the time I had sorted them it would be cheaper per gram to cut up bacon rashers
They're lardons. They're meant to be fatty. Which is why I bought them. If you want lardons without fat, don't buy lardons. :-/ Still too much added water but once cooked out they fine.
So salty. In a bad way.
These are so salty they burnt my mouth. Thanks for ruining my whole dinner Tesco. I regularly buy lardons to make carbonara, first time I’ve got them from Tesco and they’re so salty they ruined the whole dish. Couldn’t eat past three mouthfuls.
Lardons - more lard than bacon.
Very fatty. I add bacon pieces to a soup/stew. Instead I bought a small bacon joint to cut into cubes, slightly more expensive but less wastage.
Found the last few times i have brought these they
Found the last few times i have brought these they have been very fatty and had to pick a large amount out of just fat no bacon trying again this week maybe for the last time