Flavour was good but very tough so I wont buy again
My husband and I loved these pork chops. We cooked
My husband and I loved these pork chops. We cooked the in the oven for 15 mins after searing them in the frying pan. They were soft and juicy and the best pork chop we've had. Unfortunately they haven't been in stock for weeks so I'm unable to buy them again.
I was wrong! These are good chops!
I wrote a review of these chops a couple of months ago but it has mysteriously disappeared. I was not very complimentary and gave them one star as they were very tough. In view of the good reviews I decided to try them again and the next batch was fine. I realise it is very important to follow the cooking instructions to the letter. We didn't do this the first time and hence they were tough. I can, however, agree with some reviewers about the small bone fragments but just a case of being careful when eating. Would have given them five stars otherwise. Will certainly be buying again and there are some on my next order!
As these chops were Tesco finest I expected them to be good. I was very disappointed they were tasteless and were very tough and hard to chew when cooked. I would not recommend them and will not purchase them again
tough.. worse ever!
tough.. worse ever!
OK if you don't mind the oozy white stuff.
Don't like all the white oozy stuff coming out of it. When frying makes a mess of the hob with the water and fat spitting everywhere. I'll try buying from a butcher in the hope the meats he as aren't pumped full of wet cure solution. It's not what i want to be paying for.
Best Pork chop in ages
Succulent, full of flavour. Great value for quality chop
Ruined by bone fragments.....
Yes, bone fragments totally ruing this item for me too....it's bad butchery and needs sorted out, pronto! I have had bone fragment problems on other Tesco meat cuts too...it shouldn't happen.
Shame about splinters.
I really like bone in pork chops. I also find Tesco Finest cut more flavoursome. But, there is a problem and not isolated. is the saw blunt because I find lots of tiny bone splinters? I try to check them out and remove before cooking but still have to be really careful when eating. It's got now, though as I said I much prefer this cut, I will have change to pork steaks. I don't think I am alone in this so please address the problem.
These pork chops are always good value and tasty, not had any problems at all. Especially good with cooking apple and pot roasted.