Too hard for Brie, and without any taste.
Probably the worst I have ever tasted. Tried to bake it and it didn’t liquify as other do so no dipping with this. It tasted more like a bland Brie than Camembert. Went in the bin so the only thing I can say is leave it on the shelf.
It was tasteless, had no smell- and not in a box.
It was tasteless, had no smell- and not in a box. I usually have Camembert that stinks the fridge and the kitchen when cooking. Very disappointing quality- - not much choice on the Tesco menu
Brilliant for tartiflette - I have been looking fo
Brilliant for tartiflette - I have been looking for a British substitute for the French and this is it!
No it was gross . I saw the reviews and thought th
No it was gross . I saw the reviews and thought they might be exaggerating but yes it tastes of nothing plastic and soapy put garlic olive oil and rosemary but it just tastes awful
Try it in Filo parcels - lovely!
Used this in small filo and cranberry parcels and it was excellent! Really good flavour and perfect melting middle in just 20 minutes at around 170. Don't understand the poor reviews but am guessing people don't let it warm to room temperature or above which is when the flavour and texture start working.
NOT FOR BAKING
THIS IS NOT THE BAKING CAMEMBERT, HENCE THE PROBLEMS THE BAKING ONE SAYS CLEARLY ON THE PACKAGING
Surprised with the bad reviews.......
This is the first review I have left. As a vegetarian, choices are limited for Camembert in supermarkets (despite almost always being vegetarian in restaurants) but this cheese does bake (put it on foil / small flat dish) and is gooey and enjoyable. If this was removed from sale then I would miss it!
I love it
Better than expected. Felt a little firm, I check the date and saw it still had a lot of life left on it. So I kept it in the fridge for about 10days in a plastic box and then my goodness. It tasted great. Rich and creamy with plenty of rustic camembert flavor. Would recommend.