WHEN 95p - FILL UP YOUR BASKET
A FILLING TASTY MEAL, EVERYBODY LOVES GINSTERS PASTIES, DONT THEY ? = THE NATIONS FIRST CHOICE !!!
Overpriced if it was free!
Previously, these weren't bad, this one was horrible! Flaky pastry was thick and greasy (should be shortcrust, anyhow) and if there was any meat in, I couldn't find it. Seemed to be a large space with a few bits of raw onion! Never again.
Poor value for money.
Heavily seasoned, tasted terrible, ate the pastry threw away the inside.
I've had loads of Ginsters pasties in the past and no complaints, but the one I had today was all swede and very little else. It was completely tasteless and without doubt the worst pasty I've ever had. If the other two pasties I bought at the same time are as bad, it'll be no more Ginsters for me.
Quite dry , not for me.
Has to be the worst Cornish Pasty. It was totally tasteless no flavour whatsoever
Real nutrition list
Only worth buying at reduced price. Here's the real nutrition per pasty (rounded up): Fat=42.2g, Saturates=19g, Carbohydrate=57.4g, Sugar=4.6g, Fibre=16.1g, Protein=3g
Better than previous offerings.
I much prefer Cornish Pasties made with shortcrust pastry and twice the size and weight - a meal in one, but these ain't bad. One is tempted to eat the handle to satisfy the hunger though.
You're better off with Tesco own label.
Sad, sorry excuse for a pasty. Even on offer at half price (at the time of writing) they are still more expensive per kilo than Tesco's own label and have 4% less meat content. Less gristle in Tesco's too! Don't microwave them unless you like your pasty pastry with the texture and flavour of wet newspaper. By the way, I don't work for Tesco.