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Pukka Pies only £1.00 @ Tesco.com & In-Store

Tom Pickering Avatar
7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Available in these flavours:
Chicken and Mushroom
Steak
Beef and Onion
Steak & Kidney

Available at Tesco.Com and In-Store

Found these in a Tesco express, so in the smaller places as well.
Taste lovely and crispy when warmed up in an oven.
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banned#1
Nice!!!!

http://www.grannybuttons.com/granny_buttons/WindowsLiveWriter/Andrews%20Pukka%20Pie%203836b.jpg
banned#2
Look at this advert, this chick looks like she's going to stab the bloke with a fork :w00t:

http://timsellers.net/pics/pukka.jpg
#3
the best pies ever!!!! costco are selling them at £4.50 for a box of 6 in there frozen dept
#4
No she's warning him to leave her pie alone!
Hot deal!
banned#5
http://cheeju.files.wordpress.com/2007/08/fattest-man3.jpg?w=390&h=352

I love em! I'm down to 32 a day now!
#6
SHOWMAN36
http://cheeju.files.wordpress.com/2007/08/fattest-man3.jpg?w=390&h=352

I love em! I'm down to 32 a day now!


so cuz hes fat means he eats loads
banned#7
imthedaddy1971
so cuz hes fat means he eats loads


Exactly. It could be glandular.

And they say the camera adds 10 pounds - he may have had 30 for breakfast.
#8
I may as well try one
#9
hot from me cheers xxx
#10
slightly off pic, anyone know where tt get a cheese and onion pie??? (not pastie) cants seem to find them for sales anywhere in the Cambridgeshire area, regardless of store....any help would be greatly appreciated.
#11
calorific, but the chicken and mushroom ones are the best.
#12
ok im american and dont know what these things are is it chopped meat in pastry or like a patty of meat please some one explain?
#13
wouldn't even feed these to my dog, they are REVOLTING and most definitely not worth £1 let alone what they were before!
#14
goldfish6483
ok im american and dont know what these things are is it chopped meat in pastry or like a patty of meat please some one explain?


Yes, its chopped meat in a stock gravy if its beef, and a white sauce if its the chicken variety. encased totally in pastry....slightly greasy, very calorific and very tasty.

Nothing like a patty as its not ground unless you have a pie that has minced (ground) beef filling, some cheaper pies do, better quality ones have chunks of meat..i think that Pukka pies beef and onion variety tend to be cheaper like this and have ground beef, the steak pies would have lumps of steak in, the steak and kidney obviously has steak and kidney (offal meat, strong tasting, acquired taste) and the chicken and mushroom has cubes of chicken meat and mushrooms in a peppered white sauce.
#15
Generally better not to ask. Bit like McD, etc., just enjoy without the guilt that would inevitably come from knowledge!
#16
A No Prize to the first person who can find me meat and potato Pukka Pies - AT ANY PRICE !

Dave
banned#17
http://www.federationoffishfriers.co.uk/userdata/files/pukka.jpg
#18
Very bad for you, these.

I'd guess they'll have about 35g of fat (40% of your RDA) and about 600 calories per pie.

Awful, just awful.
#19
Taste excellent and served in all good CHIPPIES!! :-D
Usually around £1.80.
Normal price in retail stores is around £1.30-£1.40.

NOTE: Somerfield are doing them for £1.00 also. My fave is all steak! :thumbsup:
#20
I haven't tried these but when I buy pies it seems to be all pastry.
banned#21
imthedaddy1971;5164198
so cuz hes fat means he eats loads


Yep, very rarely some people do have a gland condition but 95% of fat people who are grossly obese are just lazy and have a bad diet, I know this may seem harsh but it is a fact no one goes to bed one night and wakes up fat, it takes years to put on so much weight.
banned#22
The worst pies I have had are the Marks and Spencers ones. Not only did they cost a lot more but they tasted very salty.

Pukka Pies have a deeper filling than Ginsters and the pastry is far softer.
banned#23
Nothing like a patty


Wasnt Lee Harvey Oswald one of those?
banned#24
LongDongDave;5162912
Look at this advert, this chick looks like she's going to stab the bloke with a fork :w00t:

http://timsellers.net/pics/pukka.jpg


"any chance of you trying out the sausage now darling"
banned#25
LongDongDave;5162906
Nice!!!!

http://www.grannybuttons.com/granny_buttons/WindowsLiveWriter/Andrew%27s%20Pukka%20Pie%203836b.jpg


Ever noticed that pie eaters begin to look like their pies?

http://www.federationoffishfriers.co.uk/userdata/files/pukka.jpg
banned#26
SHOWMAN36
Yep, very rarely some people do have a gland condition but 95% of fat people who are grossly obese are just lazy and have a bad diet, I know this may seem harsh but it is a fact no one goes to bed one night and wakes up fat, it takes years to put on so much weight.


Such comments could get you in trouble with some members here.
#27
I'm quite a serious athlete and even I have to testify, these pies taste fantastic!
#28
Nice oven cooked (nice and flaky) terrible if they are microwaved like, most chippies tend to cook them!
#29
danm003
Very bad for you, these.

I'd guess they'll have about 35g of fat (40% of your RDA) and about 600 calories per pie.

Awful, just awful.


I tell you what if I wanted advice on what I was eating I'd call the health police I hate comments like this on all these kind of threads that bear no relation to the acctual deal.

As part of a balanced diet these are allowed you know.
banned#30
danm003
Very bad for you, these.

I'd guess they'll have about 35g of fat (40% of your RDA) and about 600 calories per pie.

Awful, just awful.


That's not bad if you have it as your main meal with some Veg, breakfast generally has a small percentage of your RDA of fat and lunch can be light on fat too. It's all about moderation, stop being such a health Nazi!
banned#31
SHOWMAN36
"any chance of you trying out the sausage now darling"


LOL, this advert could make some loser's think that a sausage roll can act as an aphrodisiac :roll:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_gvEaX9SNkuQ/SQ9AkyYljdI/AAAAAAAAFAc/QiwWeN-1et8/s400/sausage_roll_narrowweb__300x398,0.jpg
#32
How do calories manage to get into your wardrobe at night and sow your clothes tighter....answers please! :oops:
#33
FilthAndFurry
Such comments could get you in trouble with some members here.


What are they gonna do? Sit on him?
#34
LongDongDave
http://www.grannybuttons.com/granny_buttons/WindowsLiveWriter/Andrews%20Pukka%20Pie%203836b.jpg


SHOWMAN36
Ever noticed that pie eaters begin to look like their pies?


Pies look like John Locke?!?
#35
Heat them in the oven not the microwave.
#36
danm003
Very bad for you, these.

I'd guess they'll have about 35g of fat (40% of your RDA) and about 600 calories per pie.

Awful, just awful.


So what! Fat is not bad for you unless you eat to much of it. One of these with a portion of chips and Mushy peas and a load of salt - delicious.
banned#37
Why don't they sell the balti pies in supermarkets?

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