Raw pastry filled with watery soup
The top crust is misleading as that was quite nice. After that it goes down hill as you get to the bottom. The filling was watered down cream of mushroom soup with no taste of camembert. The worst part was the bottom pastry that could only be described as raw and inedible. Not sure what to do with the second pie now...!
Buy if you like soup in a pie
Contents of the pie were more like a soup, hence the pastry didn't cook, it looked nothing like the picture on the box; I had 1 slice of mushroom with no evidence of the cheese - however, the flavour was good, but not enough to re purchase.
Hard to remove packaging
Tastes good and good value but I found it difficult to remove from foil once cooked. It all broke up into bits and pieces, great shame spoils the product; is there a solution? Pukka pies are okay! I did freeze before use perhaps that why, but again Pukka are fine with this.
Cooking temperatures seem incorrect. 200C for both fan and conventional oven? Mine had raw pastry underneath, despite the top being brown.
Appalling apology for a pie
Absolute appalling quality, just a pastry shell with minimal grey sludge, tasteless and impossible to remove intact from foil container. The photo contravenes trade description as it bears no resemblance to the real thing. A plate of crumbs for dinner. Do not buy under any circumstances.
Just pastry filled with grey coloured slop, not nice at all. Hardly any mushroom but loads of really runny sauce which didn't look or taste of melted cheese. Cheap and nasty .
Awful as tasteless.
Totally tasteless. If there was Camembert in it, could not taste or smell it. Not many mushroom slices. Very bland. Pastry topping best thing about it on a suet type base? Definitely not up to Tesco usual standards.
Difficult to imagine a more disappointing pie.
Half a mushroom and no Camembert. Difficult to imagine a more disappointing pie. I would not have given it one star. But I had no choice.
no thank you
The best way I could describe the pie is a crusty casing with soup inside. The taste wasn't offensive but was a far cry from the decadent ingredients the pie was sold as.