Disappointed, normally buy Tesco fresh meat burgers & freeze but thought I would try these as they were on offer. Quite a lot of fat came out of them when fried and certainly not as tasty as the fresh ones. Probably comparable with other known frozen burgers but would not buy again.
Horribly bland and full of water.
Horrible. They say 5%water on the packet but loads came out of them. A quarter pound burger was 2 3/8oz by the time it was cooked. Also had no flavor. If this is finest I dread to think what normal ones are like. Why out water in them anyway?
don't waste your mobey
"Finest" lol! Neither my teenage daughter nor I liked/enjoyed these. Not at all enjoyable. I grilled these and the amount if grease/fat was actually shocking! And they still tasted (felt) greasy., tasted like cheap chippy,/"rustler" burger........ (never eaten these since '80's) I can't recommend these, I won't buy again
Aberdeen Angus not stated on the packet anywhere
Average burger. Certainly not finest.
Soggy tasteless waste of money.
Tasetless soggy mush. Poorest burgers Ive had and definitely wont buy them again.
Thought these would be like the non frozen finest
Thought these would be like the non frozen finest burgers, they aren't they are like budget specials from the 90's. Don't buy!
We tried these for the first time and let me say it will be the last. We cooked the burgers under a Halogen grill. The amount of fat and gunge that came out of them was unbelievable.By the time they were cooked they had shrivelled to half their size. They were tasteless and bland. If these are supposed to be “TESCOS FINEST”, I would hate to see their “WORST” Once bitten twice shy.They do not come anywhere near to the quality of theScottish quarter pounders.
The point is they are supposed to be Tesco Finest.
The point is they are supposed to be Tesco Finest. Agree with other posters, they were mushy.
Tesco finest burgers are very meaty and good taste
Tesco finest burgers are very meaty and good taste would definitely buy these again.