Great taste, versatile, good for roasting, mashing or baked in skins. Have bought these on a regular basis They have yellowish flesh and are really nutritious, love flavour and texture.
If the potatoes were Tesco finest I dread to think
If the potatoes were Tesco finest I dread to think what the regular potatoes would be like.
I always buy these potatoes but the last few deliveries have contained several which are black inside and have to be thrown away.Surely quality control should pick up this problem!!
POOR NOT FINEST
Sorry, but I think these are pretty poor, which is surprising as they are Tesco's "FINEST" . No good for roasting and no good for mashing, dry and no taste, wouldn't purchase again.
More like seed potatoes!
Very disappointing. There were multiple shoots growing from the potatoes when delivered. This is the second bag like this in the last month.
Finest is not always the best!
I can only hope this batch is better than the last. Two or three were half rotten when I pealed them. Definitely not THE FINET!
Good for mash and Jacket potatoes
These potatoes are very good. I have used them for mash in a potato, cheese and onion pie and the flavor comes through. They are easy to peel and cut up, I buy them regularly and they always look fresh with no brown bits. There is usually a mix of sizes in the bag, mostly medium size, with a couple of small potatoes and a couple of big ones, well suited for jacket potatoes.
Lovely spuds, much nicer than regular potatoes. No problems cooking and a slightly yellow flesh with a great texture. Baked potatoes from these are delightful, so I'm sure roasties would be amazing. A+++
These on our regular shopping list this bag lasts
These on our regular shopping list this bag lasts us for 2 weeks without any drop in quality . I find them lovely mashing, roasting, jacket potatoes ,or wedges. Very little black bits to cut out.
quality and taste really good... could either be for roasting or mash.. I also bought at the same time last weekI purchased Tesco King Edwards potatoes and they were awful , mostly pitted with black deep marks and half were soft ... so stick with the British Reds