Very nice for the money! I add more chilli and a b
Very nice for the money! I add more chilli and a bit of salt and boiled rice away you go. Good cupboard standby
I shall stock up well with these for sure!
A superb value product indeed. It replaced the old Tesco Everyday Value Chilli Con Carne a year or so ago, which was also excellent, and had exactly the same list of ingredients (and to me seemed to be exactly the same product). Plenty of beans, a reasonable amount of meat and a nice spicy sauce. You can't go wrong with this really. A few pence more than the product it replaced, but still an absolute bargain.
Incredible value for money.
Nothing but good things to say about this one - beats out the more expensive competition easily. Less meat content but made up for by the kidney beans and overall flavour; served it with rice, sour cream and a bit of cheese and it was filling and delicious.
This is just as nice as the ones that cost a lot m
This is just as nice as the ones that cost a lot more.
Cheap Dinner sorted
Perfect for a quick cheap dinner, slap it on a Baked Potato, Baguette, or Nachos and cover in cheese. The meat content is low but the kidney beans make up for it and it tastes great too!
Good larder cupboard standby.
Excellent standby to fill jacket potatoes (enough for two) for quick and tasty lunch served with a green salad. Not too hot, but you know you're eating chilli!
Great filling meal
I added a few chillis from a jar and a splash of Lea Perkins, bit of cheese over the top and some toast, great cheap, filling meal
If you like chilli, you’ll love this
For the price, this is an excellent chilli. There is no difference in quality to others costing three times as much. 5/5.
Over many years I have tried many brands of frozen, chilled and tinned Chilli Con Carne. I even seem to remember trying to make it from scratch involving soaking dried red kidney beans overnight. None of the aforementioned tasted any better than this brand although many were three times or more as expensive. As with all most prepared chilli/curry, if you want it hotter just add a shake of cayenne pepper,