Not as flaky as the brands I usually use.
The larger pack appealed but the pastry is not quite right. Not awful but not as flaky as usual and I would not buy it again. In the past I have used Jusrol and Tesco's own which I think are pretty much the same.
I used this for a creamy salmon and vegetable tart from one of Tesco's recipes on line and it came out beautifully. Pastry was easy to handle. Result! It was flaky, light and cooked through evenly. (Didn't have any of the issues mentioned by other reviewers). As the pastry was so large, I cut off the excess and used it at a later date. The result was the same...golden, crispy and delicious. Can't fault it and would definitely recommend. Guess it depends on what you're using it for. I'll be buying it again.
I use it for baking
Agree with previous reviews - stuck to the paper and was more like shortcrust - very disappointing!
Very disappointed. Despite being indate there was tiny dark specs throughout the pastry. I tried cooking the pastry as a top on a small pie, the results were more like shortcrust than puff! I opened my second box and it was the same so it went straight in the bin!
It was awful. Fell apart when cooking - very flimsy and I have never gone out of my way to leave a review but after my baking falling apart (hard work blackpicking) I am just really annoyed!! I will stick to the named brands in future!
Dont buy this. This is the worst puff pastry I have ever come across. I tried to make sausage rolls this morning with it, it was practically glued to the wrapping paper and I had to prize it off. So difficult to work with. Wont be purchasing again.