Very tasty and good quality. Pleasantly surprised for a low cost meal. I microwaved it and it was good except potatoes did not crisp up. Will oven cook next time despite it taking 45 minutes in gas oven.
Would be better with skin off potatoes
Nice but would be better with the skin off the potatoes as it doesn't taste very nice with the skin on the potatoes
Quick and easy dinner.
I like the flavour and they are tasty. I keep these for a Saturday as they are so handy to have at hand when I come in from a shopping trip. they can be brought out the freezer and into the oven and then I am free to attend to other chores while it is cooking away. I would recommend this product to others.
A very good product. One each for hubby and I make
A very good product. One each for hubby and I makes for a fab meal.
Very nice lovely flavours one of the best lamb hot
Very nice lovely flavours one of the best lamb hot pots I have tasted
Waste of money
Very disappointing. The potato slices on top were fine but what was underneath had no flavour of lamb, nor much evidence of actual meat. Was nothing like the picture on the packaging. Honestly, don’t bother.
Try it for yourself
Despite the reviews(it was not spicy) thought I would try it. Glad I did! Very tasty, and you can smell the lamb cooking. There were no hard bits. I cooked it from chilled in microwave for 8 mins and perfectly cooked.
Disgusting. Greasy filling, carrots still crunchy,
Disgusting. Greasy filling, carrots still crunchy, gristly meat. Avoid!
This one finally put me off buying ready-meals.
I am less and less inclined to cook, so have been trying ready-meals in my delivery orders throughout the pandemic. Most of them are not much to write home about but some can be cheered up by stirring a bit of garlic and herb dressing into them, or adding some lightly steamed veggies and garnish. But this one is DIRE. Hotpot should mean potato on top and crisped in an oven like the photo, not flabby potato slices which do not taste like potato, buried in a slippery sauce with bits of unidentifiable meat in it and tasting of who-knows-what. Vaguely minty, but not a natural mint taste. It's finally put me off ordering supermarket meals. None of them from Tesco have been pleasant to eat, except Ham and Mushroom Tagliatelle. And the last one I had of those had so little ham in it, I fried bacon to take the place of the ham that should have been there. I'm going to stick to veggies with cheese or bacon on top when I want something more than a sandwich, or sometimes with a leg cutlet of lamb and proper mint sauce to push the boat out. End of rant.
I really enjoyed this meal and quite surprised it wasn't in the FINEST range. A tasty meal at a very price.