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Fresh premium hot dogs!! Less than half price!! £0.50 @ Tesco

£0.50 @ Tesco
A great deal for sausage lovers Just 50p!! Work at at around 6p per corner.. Made with fresh prime meat cuts and seasoned to perfection. Less salt than standard sausages Ideally grilled but…
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4m, 2d agoFound 4 months, 2 days ago
A great deal for sausage lovers

Just 50p!! Work at at around 6p per corner..

Made with fresh prime meat cuts and seasoned to perfection. Less salt than standard sausages

Ideally grilled but can be pan fried is recommended. Microwave also possible ..

These are usually £1.29 so grab yourself a bargain.

Low in fat.

Ideal for kids lunch boxes

Here's the link:

http://www.tesco.com/groceries/product/details/?id=265846630

Thanks
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firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
Mechanically deboned chicken begins as a chicken goo or aka ‘pink slime‘ or ‘pink goo’. The pieces of the chicken carcass that have no particular commercial use – as in you wouldn’t buy it if it was at the grocery store – are thrown into a machine that produces the goo.
Yes although the goo sounds a little disgusting, it's actually quite nutritious.. There is quite a lot of proper meat that remains on the bone after a filleting process and this is used to make sausages as in this case..
Hot dogs cannot contain mechanically deboned beef
Hot dogs can contain no more than 20% mechanically separated pork.
Hot dogs can contain any amount of mechanically separated chicken or turkey.
Love the bullet points ;-)
I'll get my coat..
By all means get your coat (you've promised to often enough) but do us a favour and leave your parachute behind.
There's a good chap.

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2 Likes #1
I've just had a look at your other posts. It seems you like meat and flying. Excellent combo
#2
smithy_0007
I've just had a look at your other posts. It seems you like meat and flying. Excellent combo

Correct. I do love my meat, in fact I can't imagine life without it..

I don't have anything against meat substitutes mind you.. Although I don't actually eat them ..

I'll get my coat ..
#3
Are these on the fresh counter or chilled isle ?
#4
is it in store only x
#5
focusdriver
Are these on the fresh counter or chilled isle ?

Chilled section I think. I buy online so don't actually see where it is in the shop..
1 Like #6
I can only find old oak tinned hotdogs at 50p online
1 Like #8
toni4890
is it in store only x

It's not mate..
1 Like #9
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
#10
yuk picture shows proper sausages not tinned
#11
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!

Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers' filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..

I'll get my coat..

Edited By: firstofficer on Oct 24, 2016 09:27: .
1 Like #12
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
Mechanically deboned chicken begins as a chicken goo or aka ‘pink slime‘ or ‘pink goo’. The pieces of the chicken carcass that have no particular commercial use – as in you wouldn’t buy it if it was at the grocery store – are thrown into a machine that produces the goo.
#13
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
Mechanically deboned chicken begins as a chicken goo or aka ‘pink slime‘ or ‘pink goo’. The pieces of the chicken carcass that have no particular commercial use – as in you wouldn’t buy it if it was at the grocery store – are thrown into a machine that produces the goo.

Yes, although the word 'goo' sounds a little disgusting, it's actually quite tasty and nutritious.. There is quite a lot of proper meat that remains on the bone after a filleting process and this is used to make sausages as in this case..

Edited By: firstofficer on Oct 24, 2016 09:31
#14
firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
Mechanically deboned chicken begins as a chicken goo or aka ‘pink slime‘ or ‘pink goo’. The pieces of the chicken carcass that have no particular commercial use – as in you wouldn’t buy it if it was at the grocery store – are thrown into a machine that produces the goo.
Yes although the goo sounds a little disgusting, it's actually quite nutritious.. There is quite a lot of proper meat that remains on the bone after a filleting process and this is used to make sausages as in this case..
Hot dogs cannot contain mechanically deboned beef
Hot dogs can contain no more than 20% mechanically separated pork.
Hot dogs can contain any amount of mechanically separated chicken or turkey.
#15
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
Mechanically deboned chicken begins as a chicken goo or aka ‘pink slime‘ or ‘pink goo’. The pieces of the chicken carcass that have no particular commercial use – as in you wouldn’t buy it if it was at the grocery store – are thrown into a machine that produces the goo.
Yes although the goo sounds a little disgusting, it's actually quite nutritious.. There is quite a lot of proper meat that remains on the bone after a filleting process and this is used to make sausages as in this case..
Hot dogs cannot contain mechanically deboned beef
Hot dogs can contain no more than 20% mechanically separated pork.
Hot dogs can contain any amount of mechanically separated chicken or turkey.

Love the bullet points ;-)

I'll get my coat..
banned 6 Likes #16
firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
Mechanically deboned chicken begins as a chicken goo or aka ‘pink slime‘ or ‘pink goo’. The pieces of the chicken carcass that have no particular commercial use – as in you wouldn’t buy it if it was at the grocery store – are thrown into a machine that produces the goo.
Yes although the goo sounds a little disgusting, it's actually quite nutritious.. There is quite a lot of proper meat that remains on the bone after a filleting process and this is used to make sausages as in this case..
Hot dogs cannot contain mechanically deboned beef
Hot dogs can contain no more than 20% mechanically separated pork.
Hot dogs can contain any amount of mechanically separated chicken or turkey.
Love the bullet points ;-)
I'll get my coat..
By all means get your coat (you've promised to often enough) but do us a favour and leave your parachute behind.
There's a good chap.
#17
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
Mechanically deboned chicken begins as a chicken goo or aka ‘pink slime‘ or ‘pink goo’. The pieces of the chicken carcass that have no particular commercial use – as in you wouldn’t buy it if it was at the grocery store – are thrown into a machine that produces the goo.
Yes although the goo sounds a little disgusting, it's actually quite nutritious.. There is quite a lot of proper meat that remains on the bone after a filleting process and this is used to make sausages as in this case..
Hot dogs cannot contain mechanically deboned beef
Hot dogs can contain no more than 20% mechanically separated pork.
Hot dogs can contain any amount of mechanically separated chicken or turkey.


​where are you getting this from? There are no legal definitions about Hot Dogs.
My wife works for the Food Standards Agency - and says this comment is nonsense!
3 Likes #18
HahaBOOMED

My wife works for the Food Standards Agency - and says this comment is nonsense!

Yup, it certainly is.

Hot dogs come under the same classification as sausages, which to all intents and purposes that is what they are.

Sorry OP, this ones cold from me as no-one who makes a product using almost 80% mechanically reclaimed meat has the right to brand it as "Premium". Having seen, at first hand, the "goo" that results from water blasted carcases I simply cannot bring myself to eat it - you can call me fussy (maybe I am) but I'm sure I'm not alone.

How can they seriously state "Made with fresh prime meat cuts and seasoned to perfection" when its MRM?






Edited By: Tapasman on Oct 24, 2016 10:14
#19
HahaBOOMED
firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
belfastgeoff
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
Mechanically deboned chicken begins as a chicken goo or aka ‘pink slime‘ or ‘pink goo’. The pieces of the chicken carcass that have no particular commercial use – as in you wouldn’t buy it if it was at the grocery store – are thrown into a machine that produces the goo.
Yes although the goo sounds a little disgusting, it's actually quite nutritious.. There is quite a lot of proper meat that remains on the bone after a filleting process and this is used to make sausages as in this case..
Hot dogs cannot contain mechanically deboned beef
Hot dogs can contain no more than 20% mechanically separated pork.
Hot dogs can contain any amount of mechanically separated chicken or turkey.
Love the bullet points ;-)
I'll get my coat..
By all means get your coat (you've promised to often enough) but do us a favour and leave your parachute behind.
There's a good chap.

First comment on HUKD I see.. Well done.

I sincerely hope that the quality of your postings will improve with time, or else it's a complete waste you joining up..
#20
firstofficer

There is quite a lot of proper meat that remains on the bone after a filleting process and this is used to make sausages as in this case..

And yet you initial described them as:

fresh prime meat cuts

:|
3 Likes #21
isn't premium and hot dog an oxymoron?
#22
j2hot
isn't premium and hot dog an oxymoron?

Not when they're made with beef :)

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/05/22/best-hot-dogs_n_1625642.html
#23
MRM meat nice :(
#24
Seems a good deal to me if you eat processed foods.
#25
oO Not for me thanks Mechanical Meat info
#26
prefer butchers sausages
1 Like #27
Content aside. 6p each! And that's with shipping, packaging, fees, duties and still profit.
They must be full of the finest ingredients.
#28
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers' filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..

You posted a deal for mechanically processed crap? Get out of here, and I would ban you before you left.
#29
deeky
firstofficer
sooziewoo
Mechanically separated chicken..... yuk!
Basically it means they've used machines to process the meat, and not butchers' filthy hands.. Better in my opinion, less germs..
I'll get my coat..
You posted a deal for mechanically processed crap? Get out of here, and I would ban you before you left.

Feel free. But remember, this site is all about good deals, not so much ingredients or taste.

Besides, these would be ideal to serve up to guests as a snack before the main sit down meal...

I'll get my coat...
#30
I use these in very very small amounts for dog training and I feel guilty as hell doing that, I certainly wouldn't and couldn't bring myself to eat them, and God help those who do!
#31
wallzone
I use these in very very small amounts for dog training and I feel guilty as hell doing that, I certainly wouldn't and couldn't bring myself to eat them, and God help those who do!

Your dog is a very lucky man, getting to eat human food!! Well done...

I'll get my coat..
1 Like #32
I would be more interested in weight than price. Saw a can of hot dogs recently that stated 400g undrained, drained 134g. So basically the product was only 1/3 of the total can weight!

Since then I have looked at other cans and they vary alot in drained weight.

Also Prince hot dogs are ****.
1 Like #33
Premium hot dogs. X)

Seriously OP, and I like my hotdogs, but these are utter rubbish and taste awful. :|

Go and buy yourself some Aldi/Lidl hotdogs, either the ones in a glass jar or the packs of 10 in the fridge, they're about 85% Pork.

Try them and report back, you'll wonder why you ever bothered with this carp.
#34
focusdriver
Are these on the fresh counter or chilled isle ?
they are tinned oO
#35
jeffsmaw
focusdriver
Are these on the fresh counter or chilled isle ?
they are tinned oO

No they're actually in vacuum packed plastic packaging, as shown in the pic..
2 Likes #36
smithy_0007
I've just had a look at your other posts. It seems you like meat and flying. Excellent combo
coats are his first love
1 Like #37
firstofficer
jeffsmaw
focusdriver
Are these on the fresh counter or chilled isle ?
they are tinned oO
No they're actually in vacuum packed plastic packaging, as shown in the pic..
No That is a can!! I'll give you it's not a clear picture, but it is in fact a can. storage instructions from Tesco groceries website 'Do not store part contents in the can. Empty unused contents into a suitable container. Cover and keep refrigerated.
Use within 2 days of opening.
For best before end see date on can end' Also I ordered them it is a can!
1 Like #38
jeffsmaw
firstofficer
jeffsmaw
focusdriver
Are these on the fresh counter or chilled isle ?
they are tinned oO
No they're actually in vacuum packed plastic packaging, as shown in the pic..
No That is a can!! I'll give you it's not a clear picture, but it is in fact a can. storage instructions from Tesco groceries website 'Do not store part contents in the can. Empty unused contents into a suitable container. Cover and keep refrigerated.
Use within 2 days of opening.
For best before end see date on can end' Also I ordered them it is a can!

I stand corrected. Looks can be so deceiving!!

I'll get my coat..
#39
Roger_Irrelevant
Premium hot dogs. X)
Seriously OP, and I like my hotdogs, but these are utter rubbish and taste awful. :|
Go and buy yourself some Aldi/Lidl hotdogs, either the ones in a glass jar or the packs of 10 in the fridge, they're about 85% Pork.
Try them and report back, you'll wonder why you ever bothered with this carp.

OK, got some Aldi ones last night.. You're right. They were really nice and went down well. Had them boiled with English mustard.

I'd now like to vote this thread cold, but not sure how given that I posted it. If anyone knows how please let me know.

In the meantime...

I'll get my coat...
#40
firstofficer
Roger_Irrelevant
Premium hot dogs. X)
Seriously OP, and I like my hotdogs, but these are utter rubbish and taste awful. :|
Go and buy yourself some Aldi/Lidl hotdogs, either the ones in a glass jar or the packs of 10 in the fridge, they're about 85% Pork.
Try them and report back, you'll wonder why you ever bothered with this carp.

OK, got some Aldi ones last night.. You're right. They were really nice and went down well. Had them boiled with English mustard.

I'd now like to vote this thread cold, but not sure how given that I posted it. If anyone knows how please let me know.

In the meantime...

I'll get my coat...


​Glad you liked them. :D

I usually have three at a time, all with fried (onions, mushrooms and jalapeño peppers finely cut)

1 with ketchup + American mustard
1 with ketchup, American mustard plus melted cheese
1 with Heinz Peri Peri or Coleman's Chipotle sauce.

Pre-grill the bread a bit then lightly grill them all before eating.

Hmmmm.. (_;)

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