Bloated, doughy and flavourless
It's edible but that's as good as it gets. The filling is pretty bland and all you can taste is the pasta which isn't great itself. Wouldn't recommend it personally. There's much better out there.
Held together fine.....others maybe boiling too ha
Held together fine.....others maybe boiling too hard? Tasted OK but on pack it instructs to cover in tomatoe sauce i didnt do this and think you wouldnt taste the Tortelloni if you did. served on bed of spinach nd a little butter
Dont waste your money!
agree with the others. utterly bland with an indeterminate, tasteless filling. waste of money!
Not worth the price
Completely tasteless, I could not taste any aubergine. Not worth the price.
I love Jamie but - I'm sorry to say it - this tor
I love Jamie but - I'm sorry to say it - this tortelloni is tastless.
would buy again
This was a really lovely pasta dish served with a home mad pasta sauce and grated Parmesan. delicious.
Disappointed really. Not much taste from the filling. Certainly no aubergine flavour.
Really didn't like how this filling tasted, covering it in sauce and actual parmesan didn't help. There is a much better aubergine parmesan tortelloni made by another brand/shop that I've had before and (I usually like aubergine).
I love it (even if supposedly "illegal"!)
Well, I thoroughly enjoyed it and the name "Parmigiana" does not necessarily mean "cooked with Parmesan". A quick search will find various different explanations for the name of this dish and rather than quibble about a name, I will just say I found it perfect, served with a simple tomato sauce, a hunk of garlic bread, a glass of decent red wine and yes, a sprinkle of Tesco's Finest Parmigiano Reggiano. It may not have been "legal" in some quarters but it certainly hit the spot with me. Highly recommended.