All Steak Pukka Pies, twin pack £1.25 @ Iceland instore and online (63p each)
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All Steak Pukka Pies, twin pack £1.25 @ Iceland instore and online (63p each)

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Found 8th Sep 2014
Box of two Pukka Pies (All Steak). These are usually at least £1 or £1.50 each but work out at a tiny 63p each

Available online AND instore

Yummy!

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Grr I just bought them for 92p each at morrisons!!!

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brenandlaura

Grr I just bought them for 92p each at morrisons!!!



That's still a pretty good price. Perhaps you could stock up anyway and keep some in the freezer for cold Autumn and Winter days?

Do they do the chicken and mushroom in Iceland?

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Banned

I love them but they are so fattening.

Shame as I could eat both in one go.

pookey1

Do they do the chicken and mushroom in Iceland?

NO!

28% beef, so 72% gloop.

Horses for courses, I guess.

Did no-one watch the " Whats in your food" programme last night about pies!

puke pies nice

LilHammerette


Hehe despite using one of his catchphrases they are to pies what Mcdonalds is to burgers! They taste quite nice though and the proof of the pudding, or pie, is in the eating.
Edited by: "Anonknowmouse" 9th Sep 2014

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28% beef, so 72% gloop.Horses for courses, I guess.



Whilst I wouldn't touch these and agree with your sentiment, you're forgetting the pastry!

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anlygi

Whilst I wouldn't touch these and agree with your sentiment, you're … Whilst I wouldn't touch these and agree with your sentiment, you're forgetting the pastry!



so many people on here dont know how to work things out like that pastry gravy in them too and ofc fillers to bulk it up (and onion tho having onion makes it a steak and onion pie not all steak but lol), *i wouldnt eat them either and agree they most like maded with the lowest grade of cuts possible, just saying*

same with all the 100% chicken breast food items that are in breaded form, at 50 - 70% chicken breast *depending on brand* and people saying its not 100% chicken breast if the box only lists up to 70%,

Edited by: "chrisking66" 9th Sep 2014

anlygi

Whilst I wouldn't touch these and agree with your sentiment, you're … Whilst I wouldn't touch these and agree with your sentiment, you're forgetting the pastry!



Fair comment.(_;)

Let us not forget that the 28% beef will be what is best described as waste product that was once only reserved for animal food.

But these are frozen, hence cheap. Much better from chilled, so not a like for like comparison at all in the OP.

pls change title to 62.5p each

some of the best meat cuts are ones that need more time (e.g stewing steak) anything casseroled that almost melts in your mouth...

it does not need to be high falluting steak, it needs trimming & cooking longer to make it really damn tastey!

Cheek, for instance, lovely stuff. beautiful gobbets of well worked meat.

Heart, ....mm some damn good steak by another name (trim, get those valves out, ..beautiful)

cook off a pigs head (eeeuuww ) some good stuff on it that you'd pay through the porkers nose for elsewhere.

These aren't the best pies, but they are good & tastey introductions for a kid into REAL pies, I started my kid on steak, then steak & kidney, now kidney, ...she is now 10 & has been chowing down with a realistic head on her shoulders as a result for many a year.

I wish I was as good as she was with food at her age, ..to my shame I wasn't but as a result I have taught her to approach food differently, that includes a bit of "grot-food" now & again ..which she will grow out of given time & without the presence of a chorus of thick kids & adults at her school making stupid sounds when she opens up a box of sushi for lunch for example.

heat for the deal btw (i'm realistic)

Original Poster

Brewer

But these are frozen, hence cheap. Much better from chilled, so not a … But these are frozen, hence cheap. Much better from chilled, so not a like for like comparison at all in the OP.



I never mentioned any sort of comparison

squiff

I never mentioned any sort of comparison



These are usually at least £1 or £1.50 each

I think the quote above from the op is the comparison he is going on, The chilled one are normally that price not the one that come frozen

Banned

These are usually 2.50 for two.

I am almost positive it said on the box ready in 3 and a half minutes from frozen,anyways the last few pukka pies I had where all gristle

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false prophet

I am almost positive it said on the box ready in 3 and a half minutes … I am almost positive it said on the box ready in 3 and a half minutes from frozen,anyways the last few pukka pies I had where all gristle



*were.

I didn't buy any as I wasn't going straight home. It definitely didn't say on that particular boxes that they could be dinged in three and a half minutes so I don't know that the difference is between the chilled pies and the frozen ones/

Original Poster

Just to confirm, I bought three boxes yesterday and they are NOT the ones you zap for three minutes and they are NOT any different to the ones you find in the chillers in a supermarket. I had one last night and it had loads of chunks of beef in.
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