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Giant Yorkshire Pudding with Roast Beef meal & Veg £1.00 @ Iceland
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Giant Yorkshire Pudding with Roast Beef meal & Veg £1.00 @ Iceland

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Posted 1st Oct
Excellent value, Iceland Beef Filled Yorkshire Pudding 320g (26 customer reviews)
Detailsiceland.co.uk/p/i…tml
How to cookMicrowave Frozen Cat E Cook time: - 6 min.

800w

Filling only

Remove outer packaging, pierce beef pouch several times.

Place on a microwaveable plate.

Cook for 6 minutes.

Stand for 1 minute before serving.


Oven Frozen Fan 200°C Cook time: 6 min. - 8 min.

Gas 7

Yorkshire Pudding only

Remove from all packaging.

Place on a baking tray near the top of the oven for 6-8 minutes.


Hob Frozen Cook time: - 30 min.


Filling only

Place unopened beef pouch into a large pan of boiling water.

Bring back to the boil and simmer for 30 minutes (Do not let the pan boil dry).


Additional InfoCooked beef silverside with vegetables in gravy with a Yorkshire pudding

Dietary Information

NOT SUITABLE FOR VEGETARIANS
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Warning:may contain beef - 28g!
me_lee03/10/2019 17:25

Am I missing something? People actually click through to the comments on …Am I missing something? People actually click through to the comments on a deal because they're NOT interested and just want to criticise people? Sounds like well balanced individuals to me. I bet they're a bundle of laughs at parties as well .


The irony of you coming on here to criticise others for criticising others! You could have scrolled on by but you thought your opinion had more weight than others so here you are
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Isn’t it always this price ?
Warning:may contain beef - 28g!
At that price are you sure it is beef?
h82think01/10/2019 10:35

At that price are you sure it is beef?


Beef content = 28 grammes. About one wafer thin slice
Edited by: "chocci" 1st Oct
It's something I personally wouldn't buy and eat myself but look at the ingredients on the website. Water main ingredient, 28% Yorkshire pud & 9% beef
Edited by: "_P15" 1st Oct
Aldi have just started doing these with chicken for anyone thats interested. Seen it advertised this morning. Not my cup of tea tbh.
Edited by: "Marrilyn" 1st Oct
... Heat
I bet this is as tasty as
I've got to say, I enjoy cooking from scratch but it takes me a lot of time and makes a lot of mess. Perhaps it's my culinary limitations that mean I can't make a healthy meal in super-quick time (plus the fact that I eat a low-carb diet so can't really do simple pasta and sauce or the like), but if I need a quick lunch I'll often go for the microwave option. I also find the microwave useful for things like cooking or defrosting frozen veg and softening butter from the fridge - if I never touched a ready meal I'd still want a microwave in my kitchen.
Let’s make it simple this meal or a pot noodle?
Edited by: "squeekyclean" 1st Oct
My dog loves these
For a quid you can guess the quality... Depends on how much value you put on your health to eat it
These are rank
Had one the other day nothing like the picture
School dinners beef
I'm so glad they made it clear that a beef filled Yorkshire pud isn't suitable for vegetarians. That would be an easy mistake to make....
Ingredients:
Water, Yorkshire Pudding (28%) (Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Water, Egg White, Dried Whole Egg, Rapeseed Oil, Skimmed Milk Powder, Salt), Carrot (11%), Cooked Sliced Beef (9%) (Beef Silverside (95%), Salt, Tapioca Starch, Stabilisers: Diphosphates, Triphosphates), Peas (8%), Gravy Mix Powder (Cornflour, Yeast Extract, Sugar, Barley Malt Extract, Tomato Powder, Black Pepper), Tomato Paste, Onion, Beef Stock Paste (Yeast Extract, Beef Stock (Water, Beef Fat, Beef, Salt, Beef Bones), Red Wine Extract, Sugar, Concentrated Mushroom, Caramelised Sugar, Water, Black Pepper, Aniseed), Sugar, Barley Malt Extract.

Gordon Ramsay's very own recipe.
Edited by: "TopTrump" 3rd Oct
Am I missing something? People actually click through to the comments on a deal because they're NOT interested and just want to criticise people?

Sounds like well balanced individuals to me. I bet they're a bundle of laughs at parties as well .
Thank you for posting @bowyert1 we have added this thread to the Highlights section
me_lee03/10/2019 17:25

Am I missing something? People actually click through to the comments on …Am I missing something? People actually click through to the comments on a deal because they're NOT interested and just want to criticise people? Sounds like well balanced individuals to me. I bet they're a bundle of laughs at parties as well .


The irony of you coming on here to criticise others for criticising others! You could have scrolled on by but you thought your opinion had more weight than others so here you are
TKDBlackbelt03/10/2019 20:27

The irony of you coming on here to criticise others for criticising …The irony of you coming on here to criticise others for criticising others! You could have scrolled on by but you thought your opinion had more weight than others so here you are


Lmao funny!!
I can’t imagine how unpleasant this must be 🤢
god just go to your butcher and buy a rib of beef only like £100
I've just had 2 teeth out and this has made me laugh whilst drinking my soup.
What do you expect for a quid ?. A Gordon Ramsey Meal?
Blubro04/10/2019 05:11

I've just had 2 teeth out and this has made me laugh whilst drinking my …I've just had 2 teeth out and this has made me laugh whilst drinking my soup.What do you expect for a quid ?. A Gordon Ramsey Meal?


Nothing like a good read Bro.
AncientYouth03/10/2019 09:20

For a quid you can guess the quality... Depends on how much value you put …For a quid you can guess the quality... Depends on how much value you put on your health to eat it


drama queen
Now she's been given the idea she can dance, she's at it again.
Utter Madness!

Ooh yummy!!
I bought this a while ago (I think it's always been a quid, so not sure how this is a deal) and it was OK. For those who are after something with absolutely zero prep/cooking effort (which is what I expect from ready meals) though, it probably fails on that score.

Not only do you have to pierce the bag of gravy/veg before you nuke it, you have to cut it open with scissors after it's cooked (oh the horror :-) ). Worse is yet to come as you can't, apparently, microwave the Yorkshire pud and have to fire up a "real" oven to cook that. Sorry, but 2 ovens to cook a ready meal isn't good in my (admittedly lazy) books.
TKDBlackbelt03/10/2019 20:27

The irony of you coming on here to criticise others for criticising …The irony of you coming on here to criticise others for criticising others! You could have scrolled on by but you thought your opinion had more weight than others so here you are


Stop talking tosh. Came on here for the deal and to vote, commented on the nonsense.

The irony is you don't understand what irony is.
me_lee06/10/2019 16:03

Stop talking tosh. Came on here for the deal and to vote, commented on …Stop talking tosh. Came on here for the deal and to vote, commented on the nonsense.The irony is you don't understand what irony is.


Ah let's all obey Lee what don't I understand about irony ? In your limited intelligence of course
TKDBlackbelt06/10/2019 17:14

Ah let's all obey Lee what don't I understand about irony ? In your …Ah let's all obey Lee what don't I understand about irony ? In your limited intelligence of course


Welcome to my mute button troll
I am sure for some people living alone and really struggling finanially this would be a welcome treat. I personally am not going to rush out and buy it, but many years ago I may have done
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