Not a quick snack
A lot of pastry and not much filling. No vegetable texture in filling - bits of gristle in meat "slurry". Cooking takes too long and is very energy inefficient. Needs a pre-heated oven at 220C for 45 minutes - in all about an hour before it is ready. Easier to freeze a normal Ginster 227g Cornish pasty which can then be ready to eat after 6 minutes in a microwave.
Save your money - absolutely AWFUL
The worst cornish pasties ever. Can these really be Ginsters? (Our favourite pastie maker). Pastry awful, filling can't be described. One mouthful and we binned the rest of the pack. Can't imaging Tesco tested these before stocking
Worst pastie I’ve ever eaten
Absolutely dreadful, soggy on the bottom, needed cooking at a higher oven temp for longer than the packet instructions to make them anywhere near edible! Avoid
Follow heating instructions and you cannot go wron
Follow heating instructions and you cannot go wrong, just give it a little longer in oven and it was fine,, Very tasty, I will buy again,...
Taste nothing like a Cornish pasty, Bone dry and little taste. Way too expensive as well. Wouldn't eat them again if they were free.
Yes. Bit pricy but my son is autistic and it's all
Yes. Bit pricy but my son is autistic and it's all he will eat.
Great comments. Made me chuckle, I don't chuckle e
Great comments. Made me chuckle, I don't chuckle easily. I must buy them. ps I don't leave comments. Ooops done it now.
Much tastier than prebaked but the veg is too raw.
These are admittedly much tastier than Ginsters prebaked pasties but the potato, swede and onion is a let down as they always seem uncooked. The veg in Ginsters prebaked pasties always have a firm texture but the veg in the frozen ones are way too hard and crunchy. I have a high quality oven which cooks evenly and accurately, and even though I cook these to the exact cooking instructions the pastry is beautifully crisp and golden brown, the meat is juicy and piping hot but the veg inside is always hot but half cooked.
What do you use it for ? to eat what else?, I find
What do you use it for ? to eat what else?, I find them very tasty and an easy addition to have with veg and roast potatoes as a main meal, they are a meal on there own, the meat and gravy do not appear to have anything left out including gristle, that aside, for convenience perfect.
To the person who said the listing doesn't say the
To the person who said the listing doesn't say they're uncooked then in future read all of it because it clearly says 'Ready to bake 40-45 mins from frozen' which means you have to cook them. They're delicious btw.