Tasty and the better instant mash.
Put this against a well known competitor..... This wins on taste, texture and cost. A quick and easy mash to add to pie, peas and gravy.
Strange sweetish chemical taste, not a winner
The consistency was good but the smell and taste of rosemary was so strong I couldn't eat it, smell is subjective but to me it seemed like the sweetish but unpleasant smell of a fridge that's overdue a good clean. I don't like rosemary much anyway, but this wasn't even herby, just weird. Definitely not a substitute for the brand name versions.
Who needs to microwave a product like this! Ive be
Who needs to microwave a product like this! Ive been using the dearer brand & decided this week I'd like to go back to Tesco one. But having read that its got PALM OIL in I'm not so sure - I always prefer to buy products which do not have it in.
Contains palm oil.
Contains palm oil, so not buying anymore.
I've used this mash a few times now & it's not bad
I've used this mash a few times now & it's not bad but i do add butter and some grated cheese or 1 finely chopped small onion when mixing , just makes it more interesting :D
Use the Kettle Wisely
Absolutely disgusting!!! Insects found in the sachet dead and alive felt physically ill!!!!
The 2nd main ingredient is Palm Oil This product really is awful. Tastes 'greasy' not buttery (almost like lard). Buy any other instant potato, just avoid this, if you want something that even vaguely tastes like mash. Shame as Tesco own are normally good.
lovely consistency and flavour
Tastes like real potato with butter and milk added, lovely consistency and flavour.
Quick & Creamy
This mash has a thick and creamy consistency. I prefer it far more over the classic name brand one which has a light and fluffy texture. The instructions say to put 300ml of water but i find that it is way too much. I put in 230ml. The best way to make this is to get a rounded bowl/measuring jug. The key is to put the water into the bowl first (this helps prevent lumps) and then quickly tip the whole bag into the water. Gently stir for several seconds until the mash has been absorbed and then you can mix fast and firmly, smushing the mash into the side of the (rounded)bowl to get rid of any lumps. It could do without the palm oil. Please remove this from the recipe!