Tesco Mussels, OK, but where from???
Tesco Mussels in Whjte Wine & Garlic, OK, But where were they farmed, there is nothing on the box, an MSC code tells me nothing except when entered for search appears to relate to a German fish processor ?? I am one of those people that likes to know where my food comes from when I can. I thought that it would have been in Tesco's interest to let their customers know where their food comes from.
Well past "use-by" date
I usually love this product, but the one delivered to me yesterday 23rd June had a "use by" date 20.6.2020, so 3 days too late. I dare not use it, because shell-fish can be "iffy" at best of times.
Not Worth It..
Salty, Tasteless Sauce and Tastes Like Diesel.....
Like a seafood restaurant!
I’m ordering these for a second time. I can’t believe how good they are, and how plentiful, especially for the price. They are two generous portions in the box, each vacuum packed. I boiled them in the bag, as per instructions, poured them into a bowl, and served with toasted sourdough to sop up the sauce. Definitely recommend!
very large shells but very tiny mussels some not any bigger than a little finger nail
Really nasty. If you had never eaten mussels before this experience, you would never try them again.
Horrible skinny little things.
Horrible. Complete and utter waste of money. Very small and not worth buying. Nothing but salt which obviously is inherent but think more was possibly added to give some flavour. Will NOT be buying again.
Plentiful and tasty
Really good, lots of mussels and the sauce was delicious
like it. in good flavor. I added some more water a
like it. in good flavor. I added some more water and make it a soup-like mussel dish served with pasta. Yumyum!
Wow amazing. So nice very rich creamy sauce about 6 prawns and a load of mussels..you would be charged about 20 pound in a restaurant for this dish Will be ordering again and again