A bag of very small potatoes very dissatified, will not be ordering this product again. Once bitten twice shy, and I have always held Tesco in high regard as to quality
I've tried these 3 times now & been very disappointed. Imperfect implies odd shapes and these were fine & a reasonable size.What imperfect does seem to mean to Tesco is bumped, bruised & damaged. I won't be buying these again.
A great idea, but very disappointing because so many of these potatoes were rotten. I don't mind them not being perfect, which is the point, after all, but I do mind needing to throw so many away because they were inedible. Sadly, don't recommend and won't be buying again.
Tesco pulling a fast one here.
Tesco have pulled a fast one here! There were about 20 really small potatoes in this bag of Perfectly Imperfect Potatoes, about 20 cm diameter, the rest no bigger than 4 cm diameter. These will be too small to peel so I will have to mash them with the skin on. Also they are, on the day of delivery, beginning to sprout! Too add insult to injury they aren't even a recognised brand, i.e. they are not K. Edward, M. Piper. They look ok to eat, but you would expect "Perfectly imperfect" potatoes to be awkwardly shaped known brands. No way would I have picked these up in the store. Normally I buy the all rounders, and that is what I will do next time, especially as the all rounders are also slightly cheaper!
normally these are great potatoes. when we first .
normally these are great potatoes. when we first .saw how large most of them where, we thought great for backed potatoes. But there was a lot of scabies lumps ect on them, so I peeled them. and. lots of them where soft and rotten. Destroyed my confidence in Tescos Fresh produce.
Not perfect at all!
Got these as a substitute on Click&Collect. A large proportion of the potatoes were very small, about 1 inch diameter. That's a pain to peel, and also wastes a lot of weight in peelings. Also a lot of them had blackish bits in the flesh resulting in more wastage. Would not want again.
Quality Fine, but they were all very small.
The quality of these was OK, there were about 8 poor quality out of 32, green or marked and we used those first. The rest were good quality but overall these potatoes were too small to buy regularly. The positive is that they did not need cutting in half for roasting. The negatives are that none were anywhere big enough to have as jackets or wedges or chips and small potatoes take four times as long to peel the same quantity with four times the peelings to waste. Overall though for the price they were good value.
Be happy with a crop of these from the garden...
Mine today were reds rather than the whites shown on the packaging here, and smaller, but certainly not tiddlers. I found it useful to go through and divide them between those I'd categorise as perfect, and those with some (minor) blemishing to the skin, so will probably use these first. None (at all) were black, rotten or otherwise unusable. I'd be more than happy with a crop of these coming out of the garden. I suspect they'll keep best in a cool, dark location, but not in the fridge (there is no storage suggestion on the packaging). "Proper" good food, much to be commended, and of course, excellent value.
Great they are value for the price.
I have brought these potatoes three times now and will go on buying them all the time Tesco sell them.
Very small. Would not buy again
Very small. Would not buy again