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Ginsters Extra Large Cornish Pasty (284g) was £2.00 now £1.00 @ Tesco
Ginsters Extra Large Cornish Pasty (284g) was £2.00 now £1.00 @ Tesco

Ginsters Extra Large Cornish Pasty (284g) was £2.00 now £1.00 @ Tesco

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Ginsters Extra Large Cornish Pasty (284g) was £2.00 now £1.00

Ingredients:

Potato, Wheatflour, Vegetable Oil (Palm, Rapeseed), British Beef (14%), Water, Onion, Swede, Beef Fat, Salt, Egg, Cornflour, Black Pepper, Vegetable Bouillon, Milk, Ground Mustard Seeds, White Pepper, Coriander, Vegetable Bouillon contains: Dried Onion, Dried Leek, Salt, Sugar, Sunflower Oil, Turmeric, Black Pepper

9 Comments

Original Poster

A long way from being the best CORNISH Pasty on the market and definitly NOT worth £2.00 but for £1.00 it's a great littleish snack and perfect after a night on the beer!

As a Cornishman I'm afraid I have to vote cold. These are abominations.

Original Poster

bigtom

As a Cornishman I'm afraid I have to vote cold. These are abominations.



It's such a shame that unless you pay over £3.00 you don't get a decent Pasty from Cornwall and even then some are just NOT that Great.

rubberbullets

It's such a shame that unless you pay over £3.00 you don't get a decent … It's such a shame that unless you pay over £3.00 you don't get a decent Pasty from Cornwall and even then some are just NOT that Great.



​Make your own. They're dead easy and if you do a batch they work out about a quid each.

Squid each... there's no legs in a cornish

bigtom

As a Cornishman I'm afraid I have to vote cold. These are abominations.



But, if you have a car with 2 hungry kids, you've only got as far as Taunton, and it's just before closing time. I grew up in Redruth, but sometimes, these fit the bill perfectly. Although the pastry is the worst you'll find on a pasty that calls itself Cornish, the inside ingredients are better than some I've had in Cornwall.

mike

I find the pastry too dry and usually throw it to the birds and only eat the filling.

Nice pasty for a £1, not worth £2, nice chunky filling although when warmed in micro they are quite greasy.

This branded pasty is the best i've tried might be a little bit over peppered for my taste but you do get proper bits of meat in it, in some other makes like Peter's and certain supermarket versions the meat is like a disgusting pre-chewed sludge.
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