Why frozen cranberries so seedy this year???
I used these cranberries to make cranberry sauce for Christmas and spent most of this morning making five jars as I usually do every year. I had a little bit left and tasted it when it was cool. Unfortunately all I could taste were the seeds which stuck in my teeth and were not pleasant and the seeds could not have been from any other berry as I only used cranberries. Very disappointed and the sauce uneatable. Why were the Cranberries so different this year? Do you have a different supplier?
Excellent quality nobody else comes close
The very best quality, and available online, excellent quality and great with low fat plain Greek yogurt - but sadly Tesco's high delivery costs cause oldies like me in permanent lockdown to go without -
Low carb delicious breakfast
These are delicious. From frozen, boil in a little water for 8-9 minutes. They are VERY SHARP. I don‘t sweeten them at all. I add them to big basin of berry-mix which I keep in the fridge. Nuts&seeds + berry-mix + plain yoghurt for breakfast. Yum.
Done in a frying pan, heated up, maybe with some f
Done in a frying pan, heated up, maybe with some fresh orange segments with cornflakes and dollop of yoghurt
Great find - it is to be noted that cranberries ar
Great find - it is to be noted that cranberries are naturally sour and a bit bitter. Perhaps the previous reviewer did not realise this. I buy fruit across the Tesco frozen range and this deserves no less stars than the other produce - just be sure you know what you are buying! They are lower in calories and sugar than many other fruit/berries.
awful, bitter and inedible. Very supprised as the
awful, bitter and inedible. Very supprised as the rest of Tesco frozen fruit is better than most