Avoid! I really hoped they were as good as the Old El Paso refried beans, which were out of stock, but they smell weird, are very bland and watery.
These beans are absolutely disgusting. So thin and runny and the taste is awful. Bought these Tesco retried beans as my usual old El Paso brand had sold out. I certainly won’t make that mistake again. Would have given it 0 stars but it wouldn't let me.
These are watery and have a disgusting smell and a
These are watery and have a disgusting smell and aftertaste.
Really not pleasant - sludgy but not in a 'refried beans' way - tasted very artificial - other non-Tesco brands more authentic
Absolutely awful. I don't tend to write reviews fo
Absolutely awful. I don't tend to write reviews for food items but goodness me, it was so bad I had to chuck it away. Very strong and unpleasant taste. Overpowered the taste of the fajitas I'd made to complement it. It's watery, sloppy, and nowhere as good as Old el Paso's. Please avoid.
Was just mush, with no taste
Very unpleasant, more like a sloppy onion taste
Had thicker soups! Dont bother!
no stars wasn't an option! genuinely repulsed by the contents... which resembled soup! how could tesco get this SO wrong!
I love these refried beans! I previously used El Paso but that has oil added (unnecessary). These are creamier in texture and taste. I used them as a base for wraps..burritos...or as a side to spicy rice.
Low bean content, high added starch
Taste of starch pulp. Surprise, surprise, starch is an added ingredient with very low bean content. Also weird bitter flavour. No thanks.