This was nice and easy to cook – just open one side of the outer packaging to let steam escape, then pop in the microwave for 1m 30 seconds. The end result? A slightly daunting soggy/doughy looking wrap. But, taking a bite, it’s satisfyingly ‘full’ of filling, with a fair bit of chicken. It has… [Read More]
Nice and convenient – microwaves in under two minutes, no difficult assembly. Long lasting. The meal is mostly sauce, with bits of rice and small fragments of mince in it. It’s very wet. You’ll use a spoon for this. The sauce itself has a spicy chilli kick. Tastes like a perfectly respectable chilli. Shame there’s… [Read More]
Tasty. Classic Mexican flavours. The torilla chips soften, which is a disappointment, but is to be expected. Lots of rice, not an awful lot of mince. I enjoyed this meal, but considering the meagre rations of meat and cheese and the abundance of rice, this isn’t worth the £2.50 I paid (and this was supposedly… [Read More]
The piri piri sauce has a really nice flavour- a sort of sweet, Jamaican style spicy sauce that isn’t anywhere near as tomatoey as it appears. It’s similar to a BBQ sauce, but not as sweet or artificial tasting. Plenty of green chillies garnish the potato wedges and make this a hot and quite difficult… [Read More]
A surprisingly tomato-y sauce. The beans are too tough, and, coming from a coriander fan, the coriander seems an almost incongruous thing to be added to the meal. Generous quantity of pork. Something a bit different to the masses of chicken tikka massalla and sweet and sour chicken.
The pieces of meat are succulent and tasty. The first mouthful has a bit of a kick and you begin to worry about the rest of the meal. You ease into eating more and find that, though it’s spicy it’s perfectly fine. You get about a third of the way through and it becomes increasingly… [Read More]