quality was poor only any good for stewing wouldn'
quality was poor only any good for stewing wouldn't buy them again ended up in the bin
butchers choice lamb chops , very poor quality .
this product was nearly all bone very little meat very poor quality i would not buy this again
Neck of lamb ...tough
Basically tough old neck of lamb , awful! Would be ok stewed or slow cooked
Mostly bone and fat. Would not buy again.
If you want meat & fat flavoured bones, buy these!
I bought these for a quick family meal as we all love lamb. Boy were mum, brother & me disappointed. 700Gs of "Butchers Choice" Lamb Chops, of which around 650Gs was bone, gristle and fat. My advice would be: 1) Totally avoid 2) If you cannot, do not wear false teeth (as another reviewer has mentioned) 3) Totally avoid I think "Butchers Choice", must have meant that the butcher chose to throw these cuts away before Tesco got them! They are not even dog worthy.
Mostly bone, hardly any meat
The quality of this lamb has gone downhill. Today I cooked two pieces and one was all bone! I know it’s cheap and budget, I’m not expecting it to be top of the line, but I’m noticing with each purchase, I’m getting more bone than meat on a regular basis. Imagine cooking a family meal (bearing in mind you only get 4-5 pieces in the bag) and two of you have to share because some of you get bone. I feel ripped off!
These chops are really tasty, as good if not bette
These chops are really tasty, as good if not better than your local butcher. Plus because their frozen they keep until you actually want them. Fantastic for quick wholesome dinners.
DO NOT BOY IF YOU HAVE FALSE TEETH.
A small amount of tough meat attached to a large amount of bone and gristle. You will need strong teeth and jaw muscles to rip the meat from the bone and gristle, and I do mean rip.
Great for many things
I usually get two or three scraggy chops in a bag but that is fine as I can use them different things such as casseroles and curries as the meat falls of the bone when cooked right. If you want to eat lamb this is an economic way of doing so but if you want perfection this will disappoint you. I almost always cook these in my slow cooker and they come out mouthwatering; usually I leave it for five to six hours on the low setting. I also like to do a casserole of Chops, Lambs Heart and Breast of Lamb. You should never take off skin, fat or bones before cooking any meat because they are where the great taste comes from.
Decent cheap chops...
...chips go well with 'em.