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Fray Bentos Vegetable Balti Pie 425g (for vegetarians and vegans) £1 at Morrisons
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Fray Bentos Vegetable Balti Pie 425g (for vegetarians and vegans) £1 at Morrisons

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Posted 3rd Jul

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Classic British pie brand, Fray Bentos, is expanding its range with the launch of their first vegetarian pie.

Recognising the demand for veg alternatives, the chefs at Fray Bentos have taken Britain’s love of curry flavours to create the Vegetable Balti pie, bringing a slice of the Fray Bentos action to a completely new audience.

The tasty pie is packed with mixed vegetables, including red pepper, tomatoes, peas and carrots, all covered in a spicy balti sauce and topped with the famous Fray Bentos puff pastry, made from scratch at their factory. Perfect for pie lovers across the country looking for a taste of home comfort.

“We talked to pie lovers across the country and, with the rise in vegetarianism and flexitarianism, it was clear they craved a different format from our meaty classics, including veggie options. The new pie is filling and comforting, just like the rest of our famous range. Once you’ve tried it, we’re convinced you’ll want to buy another to have tucked away in the cupboard for a midweek meal,” said Lorraine Rothwell, Marketing Director of Fray Bentos.

The Fray Bentos Vegetable Balti pie launches on promotion at £1 (RRP £2) from March in Morrisons stores nationwide, as well as selected B&M stores.
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Normal price will be £2 - £1 at the moment to encourage people to try them.
Taste any good?
david_wavid03/07/2019 16:52

Taste any good?


Not yet tried it, but the puff pastry top's the bit that most people like best and that should be as good on this as on the meaty ones. Actually, 'meaty' is pushing that a bit, but you know what I mean.
Wish they'd do a pie with just that pastry and nothing else! I love it!!! Even that soggy bit between MMMM
They have chefs !?
Newbold03/07/2019 16:51

Normal price will be £2 - £1 at the moment to encourage people to try them.


Always a £1 in poundland
The last time I had a Fray Bentos meat pie there was so little filling it was probably suitable for veggies and vegans, too.
Is it vegan, they seem to market it as vegetarian?
david_wavid03/07/2019 16:52

Taste any good?


No, very bland. Taste like tinned soup with pastry on top
snappyfish03/07/2019 17:31

Always a £1 in poundland


Except that Poundland doesn’t sell these at all.
IamMT03/07/2019 17:43

Is it vegan, they seem to market it as vegetarian?


Yes, just checked ingredients.

Has Palm oil in though
Tweddio03/07/2019 18:07

Yes, just checked ingredients. Has Palm oil in though


Nothing at all wrong with palm oil. It’s ecologically sound provided it’s sustainably sourced.
Newbold03/07/2019 18:07

Except that Poundland doesn’t sell these at all.


This flavour? Or the pies in general
Can't help but think of this when I see these....


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Edited by: "H0lySm0kes" 3rd Jul
fray bentos? Id rather eat dog food
The pies are a good cheap standby item in the cupboard. The vegetable filling could have been a lot more spicy. Think "savoury" rather than "balti."
stepp03/07/2019 18:38

fray bentos? Id rather eat dog food


Some questions... Which dog food? :/
These have been a £1 in Asda for a good few weeks now.
The meat ones are also a £1
Edited by: "oscarcat" 3rd Jul
I've eaten my fair share of Fray Bentos and it's come as a great surprise to me to hear that the rest of the range apparently do contain actual meat.

Who knew.
The Thought of this is making me Gag Uncontrollably
Ah, Fray Bentos, the prerequisite of every bachelor’s pantry. Had to learn how to cook properly once the missus moved in
Not worth a pound. Troublesome to get out the tin and taste rank 0/10
stepp03/07/2019 18:38

fray bentos? Id rather eat dog food


Any difference?
Grumpy_Cat03/07/2019 19:43

Any difference?


And thats coming from a Grumpy Cat
Edited by: "snappyfish" 3rd Jul
When you've finished the pie, the tin is the absolute best tin for cooking Yorkshire puddings in.
termite03/07/2019 19:34

Not worth a pound. Troublesome to get out the tin and taste rank 0/10


Why do you need to get it out of the tin? Eating out the tin saves in washing up!
Still rankles me that somebody gave an out of date Fray Bentos to the school harvest festival collection....
termite03/07/2019 19:34

Not worth a pound. Troublesome to get out the tin and taste rank 0/10


You're supposed to cook them when you take the lid off
jamgin04/07/2019 06:16

Still rankles me that somebody gave an out of date Fray Bentos to the …Still rankles me that somebody gave an out of date Fray Bentos to the school harvest festival collection....


I would do that lol....they say canned food never goes off....don't be so ungrateful,it's the thought that counts lol.
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