Tasty tasty very very tasty
Very tasty lots of flavour big enough portion size plenty of mince
Tesco will need to have a word with these Shepherds, they must have eaten all the meat out of my pie
I really wouldn’t attempt it
If that’s an offering from the finest range I wouldn’t want to taste the economy cottage pie. I wish I could say it was tasteless but it had a horrible chemically herby taste. Meat was gristly and the potatoes so bland they were pointless. Don’t.
Do not buy just mush no taste. I couldn’t eat it.
Do not buy just mush no taste. I couldn’t eat it. Not enough potato either!!!
absolutely no taste and the texture of it was very sloppy. That has put me off finest range tbh. certainly wont be buying this again.
Not Tesco Finest,
I got this product as an alternative to making it my self. Poor quality certainly a con calling it Tesco's Finest Shepherds Pie when it's not. I can't taste the meat or potatoes for the over powerful herbs, especilly Rosemary, should be called Tescos Herb and Lamb pie. Huge disappointment 😞
Don’t be hoodwinked by the ‘finest’ range tag
As this product is part of the ‘Finest’ range, I expected more. Found it be 90% bland mash and 10% gristly flavourless mince/gravy. Very dry overall after strictly following the cooking guidelines.
You can eat it, but . . . . . .
To be endured rather than enjoyed. Memorable, if only to remind me how awful it was, and to make my own in future. Wouldn't even have it again as a stand-by. Too much gloopy, whipped potato and very little meat. I can only assume that there was a surplus of stuffing mix lying around and someone had the bright idea of using it up as a topping. Not a good idea by any stretch. It totally overwhelmed any other flavour - if there was any in the first place, which I doubt.
They changed the recipe - all you can taste now is rosemary, the meat quality is also poor. Quite unpleasant. Used to buy this regularly, never again.
The herb topping, which was not pleasant to taste,
The herb topping, which was not pleasant to taste, over powered any flavour that may have been in the meat sauce.