Don't bother buying Now they have changed them
These used to be our favourite Lasagne, even with kids. Now they are horrible. Hardly any meat in them, Cheese Sauce is bland and no flavour, plus too much basil sprinkled on top. Why Tesco felt the need to change these I don't know.
Dull, tasteless, no reason to buy!
Dull, almost tasteless. There is nothing objectionable abut this dish just absolutely no reason to buy it!
Disappointing lack of tomato. It is after all an I
Disappointing lack of tomato. It is after all an Italian dish.
Tastes like something from an Italian restaurant. Seeing reviews on here made me a bit worried it wouldn't be very nice. Also my experience of the Tesco sausages and mash wasn't very nice. However this was a really nice meal. Great price, nice and rich, tastes expensive.
Italian on a budget...super value
beautiful dish...for the price equals many of the top Italian frozen dishes sold at famous high street store
Unless you like overpowering Herbs, stay away!!
Hearty Company version is better!! This was a very BIG disappointment. I liked the fact that you could tell that there were pieces of mince in it! However, what got me was the overpowering taste of herbs. Not only that but the picture on the cardboard is NOTHING like what it looks like once out of the microwave! The idea of ready meals is when you can't be bothered (only time I eat them is once in a blue moon!) But after trying this, I have given up! I think that I'll get some stuff in and make a proper lasagne with cheese on top, not with a herb crust that really is NOT pleasant!!
Throw away the lasagne and eat the packaging
What a shame that this section is limited to 2000 characters, this cuts down on my ability to give you what I feel would be a decent review of a dreadful product. Where to start? I know, the reason for buying a frozen meal in the first place. Basically I had been suffering from "Man Flu" with a bit of double pneumonia and a cold thrown in to make it worse. I hadn't eaten much for a couple of days and needed something that wasn't to going to tax my stamina slaving over a hot stove to cook as I needed all my energy reserves to eat. I ventured into the great outdoors and after a none too strenuous trip in the car rocked up at Tesco. I perused the isles looking for something to eat that was going to take me less than ten minutes in the microwave to warm up on my return home, wasn't going to create half a dishwasher full of crockery and would go nicely with a slice of bread. This was important, my intention was to return back to my death bed immediately upon completion of devouring someone else's culinary delight. After 30 seconds looking, there it was staring at me "Tesco Beef Lasagne 400G", with a little gleam in its eye (this could of been a bit of frost/ice, but I didn't have my glasses on so it's difficult to confirm this). It reached to me, I met it halfway and extracted it from the freezer. I stopped the first lady walking past and asked her if she would kindly read me the cooking instruction as I had forgotten my glasses (this was the reason i didn't have them on in the previous sentence). She looked quite surprised, actually more shocked would be a better description when I asked how long it would take in the oven that goes ping and suggested that putting it in the oven (for what sounded like an eternity, yes 40 mins) would be better. I explained that I was on deaths door and she rapidly retreated. I'll skip the, checkout, trip home and cooking and get directly to the point (2000 letter limit) I took one mouthful, absolute waste of good packaging, yucky