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Princes Steak & Kidney Pie (425g) was £1.00 now 69p @ B&M

£0.69 @ B&M Retail
Princes Steak & Kidney Pie (425g) was £1.00 now 69p Ingredients Water, Puff Pastry (19%) (Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Margarine (Non-Hydrogenated Palm & … Read More
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Princes Steak & Kidney Pie (425g) was £1.00 now 69p

Ingredients

Water, Puff Pastry (19%) (Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Margarine (Non-Hydrogenated Palm & Rapeseed Oils, Water, Salt, Emulsifier (E471)), Beef (12%), Pork Kidney (9%), Modified Maize Starch, Cornflour, Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Beef Fat, Salt, Flavouring (Salt, Yeast Extracts, Rapeseed Oil, Maltodextrin, Onion Powder, Flavouring), Yeast Extract, Onion Powder, Colour (E150c), White Pepper

Dietary Information

Contains Wheat
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I do like these, but always conscious I'm eating a turd from a tin.
9 Likes
hooray henry
Just stocked up with 480 of them for my end of the world as we know bunker oO


Given the choice with eating 480 of these or the end of world, I would take the end of the world choice. lol.
8 Likes
Good price. Heat added
They have changed the recipe recently and now not suitable for my dog.
5 Likes
Just stocked up with 480 of them for my end of the world as we know it bunker oO

Edited By: hooray henry on Dec 03, 2016 17:29: ?

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8 Likes #1
Good price. Heat added
They have changed the recipe recently and now not suitable for my dog.
4 Likes #2
woof!
17 Likes #3
I do like these, but always conscious I'm eating a turd from a tin.
1 Like #4
good price .handy for a back up.
#5
philrrobinson
good price .handy for a back up.


Back up in a Walking Dead scenario . Good price, heat
#6
Mmmmm. How delicious!
5 Likes #7
Just stocked up with 480 of them for my end of the world as we know it bunker oO

Edited By: hooray henry on Dec 03, 2016 17:29: ?
9 Likes #8
hooray henry
Just stocked up with 480 of them for my end of the world as we know bunker oO


Given the choice with eating 480 of these or the end of world, I would take the end of the world choice. lol.
#9
slop !!
#10
slop is one of my favourite pies
2 Likes #11
If you eat these you really have to take a good look at your life. Students are exempt from that judgement of course.
#12
thekanester
If you eat these you really have to take a good look at your life. Students are exempt from that judgement of course.


I somewhat agree, but maybe that means eating this would be nostalgic. A few hours later however...
#13
thekanester
If you eat these you really have to take a good look at your life. Students are exempt from that judgement of course.
This is what my hubby eats when he's on night shifts. He loves them. Can't account for taste.
#14
I quite like the soggy 'pastry' lid on a fray bentos pie TBH, although they are pretty dreadful.
1 Like #15
hotphoenix30
thekanester
If you eat these you really have to take a good look at your life. Students are exempt from that judgement of course.
This is what my hubby eats when he's on night shifts. He loves them. Can't account for taste.

Good luck to him! They're just so nasty and suspiciously inexpensive. I genuine wouldn't be able to get a mouthful down my throat without boaking - and I pretty much eat anything.
#16
Tiny bits of meat no chunks like on tin lid,Very little meat.I complained a couple of months back and they sent me a £5 voucher.
3 Likes #17
and virtually impossible to open - wrecked at least 3 can openers - given up buying them now - although price is definately hot!
#18
Warning this item MAY contain meat...or similar substitute ....lol
1 Like #19
get a good quality angle grinder to open these up.
#20
thekanester
hotphoenix30
thekanester
If you eat these you really have to take a good look at your life. Students are exempt from that judgement of course.
This is what my hubby eats when he's on night shifts. He loves them. Can't account for taste.

Good luck to him! They're just so nasty and suspiciously inexpensive. I genuine wouldn't be able to get a mouthful down my throat without boaking - and I pretty much eat anything.


Ha. Boaking. So it is.
3 Likes #21
I kidney eat that even if my life was at steak!
#22
To be fair there's nothing too dodgy in the ingredients.
#23
beef 12% thought it would be less must stock up oO
2 Likes #24
den169
Tiny bits of meat no chunks like on tin lid,Very little meat.I complained a couple of months back and they sent me a £5 voucher.


enough for seven more pies and change, result
1 Like #25
A pie in a tin belongs in the bin.
#26
Not Fray Bentos, cold
2 Likes #27
If you're putting together a donation for your local foodbank this Christmas, these are great to include. They're obviously not gourmet and maybe aren't what a lot of us would choose when we're doing well but they're a good winter warmer and a welcome change from beans and soup
1 Like #28
thekanester
If you eat these you really have to take a good look at your life. Students are exempt from that judgement of course.

Get over yourself. No-one's forcing you to eat them. :3
#29
oreet
A pie in a tin belongs in the bin.

Said the Food Nazi who lives on caviar & chips.
1 Like #30
Gave up buying these after the tin defeated all our tin openers last time.
#31
Should have tried the angle grinder.

abarthman
Gave up buying these
after the tin defeated all our tin openers last time.
#32
Guilty indulgence ...
#33
Quadrille
thekanester
If you eat these you really have to take a good look at your life. Students are exempt from that judgement of course.
Get over yourself. No-one's forcing you to eat them. :3

There's genuinely no conceit in that statement. I mean, I've tried them and found them to be completely rancid, with a fair amount of fat and gritty bits. I'll concede that the pastry is fine, but you can't really go wrong with that.

If you make in bulk then for not much more per portion you could make your own pie, and it'd be much nicer - and you'd know exactly what's in it. It just takes a wee bit of effort to not eat like a refugee.
#34
These tins always knacker my tin opener.
#35
Poor man's Fray Bentos. I had one of these a while back and it was vile, and I'm not a fussy eater.
4 Likes #36
Bargainhuntersupreme
and virtually impossible to open - wrecked at least 3 can openers - given up buying them now - although price is definately hot!

cheesybeanzz74
get a good quality angle grinder to open these up.

abarthman
Gave up buying these after the tin defeated all our tin openers last time.

pyg
These tins always knacker my tin opener.

Bought one of these nearly 7 years ago with the £15 that Fray Bentos sent me for ruining my can opener. These pies, Spam, Corned Beef (after the turny thing has snapped off X)) Seriously, it has annihilated every can I've thrown at it. It's as good now as the day I bought it, can't recommend it enough.

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#37
My end of the world pack needs no cooking, 365 tins of corned beef and 365 packs of ready rice.....................
No tin opener. No heat needs adding.....................
3 Likes #38
Anyone remember the 70s when the empty tins were used as ash trays, life was so much simpler back then.
#39
ScorchingHot
Mmmmm. How delicious!



They are not delicious but they are OK for the price, I always stocked up with these at a £1 at Iceland regularly. But I've gone off them now and still have a dozen tins left. Posting hot.
3 Likes #40
These are an inferior imitation of the Great Classic Fray Bentos Steak and Kidney Pie.
One should never spare any expense when purchasing such luxury items.

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