Ginsters Large Cornish Pasty 272G

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Each pasty contains
  • Energy2842kJ 682kcal
  • Fat42.1g
  • Saturates19.1g
  • Sugars4.7g
  • Salt2.99g

of the reference intake*
Typical values per 100g: Energy 1045kJ/251kcal

Product Description

  • British minced beef with potato, onion and swede, distinctly seasoned with pepper, wrapped in light puff pastry.
  • Our British Beef spends time out in the fields, when welfare requires they are housed indoors.
  • It all started with our cornish pasty from our home in Cornwall since 1969
  • We're proud to use only 100% British farmed beef
  • We never add artificial ingredients (flavours, colours or preservatives)
  • We buy our veg locally from Hay Farm, Cornwall whenever we can
  • Pack Illustration:
  • Wheal Coates 52 miles from our bakery in Callington, Cornwall
  • 100% British farmed beef
  • A taste of Cornwall
  • Genuine Cornish Pasty - Certification Mark
  • No artificial preservatives, colours or flavours
  • Pack size: 272G



Potato, Wheat Flour (Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), British Beef (15%), Vegetable Oil (Palm, Rapeseed, Sunflower), Water, Onion, Swede, Beef Fat, Salt, Cornflour, Egg, Milk, Pepper, Dried Onion, Sugar, Mustard, Dried Leeks, Coriander, Turmeric

Allergy Information

  • Contains: Eggs, Milk, Mustard, Wheat


Keep refrigeratedSuitable for home freezing Freeze before use by date and consume within 3 months. To eat cold, defrost thoroughly and consume within 24 hours. Do not refreeze.

Cooking Instructions


Instructions: Heat on full power for 2 min 30 secs (800W). Leave to stand for 1 min.

Cooking Instructions
Instructions: Remove all packaging. For best results oven bake.
These are guidelines only, appliances may vary. Please ensure food is piping hot before serving.

Oven cook
Instructions: 1 Pre-heat oven to 180ºC, Fan 160ºC, Gas 4.
2 Place in the oven on a baking tray.
3 Bake frozen: 35-40 mins

Oven cook
Instructions: 1 Pre-heat oven to 180ºC, Fan 160ºC, Gas 4.
2 Place in the oven on a baking tray.
3 Bake chilled: 25-30 mins

Preparation and Usage

  • Enjoy this pasty hot or cold


  • Free From Artificial Colours
  • Free From Artificial Flavours
  • Free From Artificial Preservatives

Name and address

  • Ginsters,
  • Callington,
  • Cornwall.,
  • PL17 7XG.

Return to

  • We're here to help
  • Ginsters,
  • Callington,
  • Cornwall.,
  • PL17 7XG.
  • Tel: 01579 386333
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Net Contents

272g ℮


Typical ValuesPer 100g
Energy 1045kJ/251kcal
Fat 15.5g
Saturates 7g
Carbohydrate 21.1g
Sugars 1.7g
Fibre 1.6g
Protein 5.9g
Salt 1.10g

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23 Reviews

Average of 2.8 stars

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1 stars

The pastry tastes nice when heated in the oven, which is great because the filling resembles mashed baby food. If you have tasted a real Cornish pasty then this May as well have been made on the moon.

Not like any Cornish pasty I’ve tasted

1 stars

Dreadful, never found any meat in it only potatoes & they didn’t taste great, found its way to the bin pretty quickly. Would certainly not buy again - Folk in Cornwall would be horrified that it’s allowed to be called a Cornish pasty.

Cornish Pasty??????

1 stars

A Cornish Pasty? You must be kidding ,how this company is still in business is beyond me.

value for money, tasteful

5 stars

value for money, tasteful

Big Pasties are better than little ones

5 stars

Had one for my dinner last night. You can microwave these and they taste really good. I did some toast, then put some cheese (Tesco cheese i must say) on and microwaved the lot. Together, as we only have one microwave. Yum Flipping Yum. This is sold as a large cornish pasty and is bigger than those Ginsters pasties you normally. Down in Cornwall it wouldn't be considered large. Liz's brother lives down there and despite being a veggie himself, bought us some pasties that were certainly bigger than 227 grams. But I digress and it's getting late. Ginsters pasties are good and the bigger the better.


5 stars

Actually tastes like the pasties bought in Cornwall. Well seasoned.

Tasty if warmed in oven

4 stars

Very tasty and enjoyable. They actually taste like Cornish pasties if you heat them in the oven

Just like being on holiday in Cornwall :)

5 stars

Just like being on holiday in Cornwall :)

Nowhere near the quality of the old pasties

1 stars

Bought it because it was half price, ! The pastry was greasy to the extent it spoiied the taste, the filling was just mush and pieces of swede, with hardly any meat if any at all. I used to like Ginsters, now they have reduced the quality no doubt to please the bean counters. it was a waste of money at half price even, no more purchases from me until they return to there old production and content methods .

Absolutely Awful

1 stars

These are absolutely awful these days. They used to be lovely pasties and now they're tasteless, there's virtually no meat in them, and what's there is largely gristle and totally undistinguishable as meat, uncooked vegetables, and no seasoning at all. If you're starving hungry and there is nothing else available anywhere else, then that's the only excuse for ever eating one now and even that's a tenuous excuse.

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