Delicious! I can't understand the negative reviews
These are my favourite from the vegetarian/vegan Tesco range, and they are the only ones I have found which do not contain added oil or sugar. The fat comes from avocado and peanuts and is therefore healthy, unlike a lot of other burgers and falafels with so much unnecessary and unhealthy oils. I really cannot get my head around the negative reviews, I do not find them dry or tasteless at all. I really hope they don't discontinue them, they are amazing.
Having cooked them they looked like piece of soap more than anything else. Texture was claggy and no flavour at all. I've tried loads of the other Tesco vegetarian and vegan products and they are way better than these. What went wrong?
Weird spicy dry burger
Yuk weird spicy taste and very dry Would not purchase again
Drier than a summer drought
So dry! Tasted mostly of peanut! Hate to give a poor review but they really do need a bit more ‘something’! I cooked the remainder and gave it to my pig! Sorry.
Nutty and spicy - gluten/dairy free too!
Over the years i have had an increasingly restrictive diet. First i went vegetarian, then i developed intolerance to wheat and pulses, then gluten and lactose. When soya started to become complicated i wondered if there would be any easy options to keep in the freezer! Tesco has introduced 2 new 'burgers': this one and the courgette/sweetcorn fritter. Both are vegetarian, gluten/dairy free, soya free etc - you cannot believe how excited i got when i saw them on the shelf! These Avocado and Peanut Burgers are pretty different tasting from other veggie/vegan burgers. I get a strong peanut flavour with plenty of spice coming through. Great with some coleslaw or a nice beetroot salad. This will be joining my "too tired to make something from scratch" options in the freezer. So happy to diversify the flavours in my freezer!
Worst veggie burger I've ever had!!
Looked lovely on the packet and were nice and big when you took them out. After that it was downhill all the way. Didn't looked cooked when they presumably were. Difficult to get off the tray in one piece and after that it was just dry and crumbly all the way. The only ingredient I could detect were the peanuts. For anyone hoping to convert their family/friends to vegetarianism - don't give them these!
Not very sophisticated.
A vegetable mush with half a bag of salted peanuts chucked in. Too much cumin - use ketchup to cover it up.
Dry and flavourless, tesco have much better option
Dry and flavourless, tesco have much better options for better value
Kind of a strange texture like random hard bits an
Kind of a strange texture like random hard bits and it falls apart as soon as you put it in a bun and pick it up, doesn't really taste very nice either and i don't get a hint of avocado at all.
Honestly the worst veggie/vegan burger I’ve tasted. It was so dry, almost like clumped powder. It crumbled straight away so couldn’t be served in a bun properly. It had the hint of peanut in the taste but was very bland and no taste of avocado. Extremely disappointing and will not be purchasing again.