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Pukka Pie (Chicken & Mushroom / All Steak / Steak & Kidney / Steak & Onion) £1 @ Sainsbury's (Min basket £40 + up to £7 delivery)
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Pukka Pie (Chicken & Mushroom / All Steak / Steak & Kidney / Steak & Onion) £1 @ Sainsbury's (Min basket £40 + up to £7 delivery)

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Good price for these pies from next Wednesday at Sainsbury's.

Pukka Pies All Steak Pie

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Dawsy11/04/2020 21:06

Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a …Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a meat delivery for dog food but pukka accepted it. That was over 20 years ago now.I'm very particular about pies. The quorn type option is sometimes the best option.


I heard that too same guy told me 5G caused the coronavirus...
Also £1 in Morrison's if it helps anyone
Just a reminder that Iceland have their clone version (cheekily called "Proper Pie"!) for 50p at the moment - regular price is £1. I found the Iceland version to be just as good as Pukka's - their chicken version is quite nice and is slightly different (chicken, ham and leek).
As with most supermarket pies, you'll be fine if you stick to the chicken or veggie options.

Get into the realms of "steak" or "beef" though and you're in for a gristle gauntlet.
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Also £1 in Morrison's if it helps anyone
Same price in Tesco. There is also a Veggie pie which is rather nice
neon8511/04/2020 21:02

Same price in Tesco. There is also a Veggie pie which is rather nice


Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a meat delivery for dog food but pukka accepted it. That was over 20 years ago now.
I'm very particular about pies. The quorn type option is sometimes the best option.
Are pukka pies not always £1? I’ve not seen them for more than this in Asda.
As with most supermarket pies, you'll be fine if you stick to the chicken or veggie options.

Get into the realms of "steak" or "beef" though and you're in for a gristle gauntlet.
Same price in Asda too. These are always on 'offer' for a £1 somewhere. Anything over a quid is too much tbh.
thekitkatshuffler11/04/2020 21:27

As with most supermarket pies, you'll be fine if you stick to the chicken …As with most supermarket pies, you'll be fine if you stick to the chicken or veggie options.Get into the realms of "steak" or "beef" though and you're in for a gristle gauntlet.


We've had a couple of the larger steak ones and they were fine.
nutterburger11/04/2020 21:43

We've had a couple of the larger steak ones and they were fine.


That's the nature of a gauntlet. You can get through unscathed or you can wish you'd never entered.
Dawsy11/04/2020 21:06

Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a …Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a meat delivery for dog food but pukka accepted it. That was over 20 years ago now.I'm very particular about pies. The quorn type option is sometimes the best option.


That sounds very plausible. Pedigree foods didn't accept dog meat, so they phoned up Pukka pies because they thought if it's not suitable for dogs, then we might as well offer it to Pukka pies in the sick hope they accept it and offer it for human consumption. Where's the logic in that? Surely if you think about it logically, it can't really be true can it? There wasn't any social media 20 years ago but I remember before smart phones and Internet that there were still conspiracy theories, and unexplained stories, but now you have the advantage of being able to find out they're not true.
what is this thing called "Delivery"?

The only thing I can get delivered is a takaway from the Chippy and the pies are £2.40
Steak and onion yet to try , more elusive in supermarkets
thekitkatshuffler11/04/2020 21:48

That's the nature of a gauntlet. You can get through unscathed or you can …That's the nature of a gauntlet. You can get through unscathed or you can wish you'd never entered.


Haha, fair enough.
Dawsy11/04/2020 21:06

Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a …Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a meat delivery for dog food but pukka accepted it. That was over 20 years ago now.I'm very particular about pies. The quorn type option is sometimes the best option.


I heard that too same guy told me 5G caused the coronavirus...
Not really a deal, Pukka Pie in supermarkets is always £1
Every couple of weeks they seem to be a quid.
Just a reminder that Iceland have their clone version (cheekily called "Proper Pie"!) for 50p at the moment - regular price is £1. I found the Iceland version to be just as good as Pukka's - their chicken version is quite nice and is slightly different (chicken, ham and leek).
Same in Asda but I guess it’s more of a deal in Sainsbury’s because they charge double the price of everyone else
Dawsy11/04/2020 21:06

Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a …Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a meat delivery for dog food but pukka accepted it. That was over 20 years ago now.I'm very particular about pies. The quorn type option is sometimes the best option.


Why would pedigree care more about the quality of the meat than a pie manufacturer? Its not like a dog is going to complain about gristle or the taste, theyll eat anything that isnt nailed down.
TroutMaster11/04/2020 21:26

Are pukka pies not always £1? I’ve not seen them for more than this in As …Are pukka pies not always £1? I’ve not seen them for more than this in Asda.


They are often £1 so nothing to be excited about.
Certainly not one for me.
If I want a treat then my local butcher has far nicer pies with far higher meat content.
I recommend trying your butcher too.

Here are a couple of extracts from other reviews for Pukka pies, in case anyone is still in doubt:
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Pukka pies used to be pukka pies. Now they've just gotten smaller, have less filling and most of the meat filling, in the so called steak pie is either chewy, fatty or worse has animal veins still in situ.
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“All Steak” if one reads the list of ingredients in an eight once pie “beef” accounts for just over one ounce. I have just had one of these pies and found three and half small cubes of meat and only two of those were edible. Pukka Pies should be prosecuted under the trades description act - “all steak” my ar*#

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Edited by: "GooseyGander" 12th Apr
TroutMaster11/04/2020 21:26

Are pukka pies not always £1? I’ve not seen them for more than this in As …Are pukka pies not always £1? I’ve not seen them for more than this in Asda.


It seems most offers have either been suspended or aren't running as often. My partner has CF so I'm trying to space supermarket visits out to >8 days or so, but spent £120 in Sainsbury's a week ago and sure as hell don't feel like I got £120 worth of groceries for that.

On a similar note, anyone know if the DFS sale is still on?!
Still £1.75 when I go onto the website. But if it works for others then Hot from me.
Same in Asda
Had one of the all steak ones yesterday. Delicious.

Yea it will be better to buy a pie from the butcher but then you're paying 3x the price. I'll take 3 of these all day long.
Twin packs are 3 for £5 in Farmfoods.
So the deal isn't live yet why post it?
Cold if a none pepper programme did this the deal would of been removed.
If you are lucky you might get a piece of meat in your pie! For a £1 it’s often just a case of pastry and gravy.
rkl12/04/2020 08:26

Just a reminder that Iceland have their clone version (cheekily called …Just a reminder that Iceland have their clone version (cheekily called "Proper Pie"!) for 50p at the moment - regular price is £1. I found the Iceland version to be just as good as Pukka's - their chicken version is quite nice and is slightly different (chicken, ham and leek).


Thanks for the info will have to look out for those
£1 at waitrose too right now.
These are great puez for pie beginners. But if your serious about pies you need.to go with pieminister or make your own pies.
saucymonk12/04/2020 20:24

These are great puez for pie beginners. But if your serious about pies you …These are great puez for pie beginners. But if your serious about pies you need.to go with pieminister or make your own pies.


Make your own, certainly, but Pieminister are horrible. Really unpleasant bits of 'meat' - little better than £1 Fray Bentos!
I think Pukka are the nicest pies, the pastry is just right and there's the right amount of filling. Pieminster have far too much thick, hard pastry, Higgedy go overboard with flavouring and taste too salty for my liking, own-brand (Waitrose) have hardly any filling. Pukka are £1.65 in Waitrose normally but frequently on offer for £1 and I'd get a couple for the freezer when they are cheap.
Newbold12/04/2020 21:09

Make your own, certainly, but Pieminister are horrible. Really …Make your own, certainly, but Pieminister are horrible. Really unpleasant bits of 'meat' - little better than £1 Fray Bentos!


You are incorrect.
Good luck getting a delivery slot, or collection. I can't get either in, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons or Iceland.
porky23213/04/2020 02:09

Good luck getting a delivery slot, or collection. I can't get either in, …Good luck getting a delivery slot, or collection. I can't get either in, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons or Iceland.


That's been the case for many weeks - Asda and Ocado (now "resplendent" with multi-hour virtual queues) are similarly full of unobtanium. Even Amazon Pantry that used to be a handy fallback has decimated its stock so much that 90% of my last full order isn't even listed on the site any more. My local Iceland is small, so there's never a queue, but I'm spending up to 15 mins queuing just to get into my bigger local supermarkets (and there's often an extra queue just to get to individual checkout queues!).
rkl13/04/2020 06:50

That's been the case for many weeks - Asda and Ocado (now "resplendent" …That's been the case for many weeks - Asda and Ocado (now "resplendent" with multi-hour virtual queues) are similarly full of unobtanium. Even Amazon Pantry that used to be a handy fallback has decimated its stock so much that 90% of my last full order isn't even listed on the site any more. My local Iceland is small, so there's never a queue, but I'm spending up to 15 mins queuing just to get into my bigger local supermarkets (and there's often an extra queue just to get to individual checkout queues!).


It sounds like you've got it a lot worst than us. There are no queues to get in to the big supermarkets down here (Worthing, south east). The stock inside though is patchy, multiple lines not available.
I buy these regularly from Tesco, definitely not always £1, also cannot get the minced steak and onion which is annoying. Usually find it in Sainsburys though! hot!
Bossworld12/04/2020 13:45

It seems most offers have either been suspended or aren't running as …It seems most offers have either been suspended or aren't running as often. My partner has CF so I'm trying to space supermarket visits out to >8 days or so, but spent £120 in Sainsbury's a week ago and sure as hell don't feel like I got £120 worth of groceries for that.On a similar note, anyone know if the DFS sale is still on?!


Yes DFS sale is still on....but hurry as it ends Monday
jordanp6812/04/2020 16:12

Had one of the all steak ones yesterday. Delicious.Yea it will be better …Had one of the all steak ones yesterday. Delicious.Yea it will be better to buy a pie from the butcher but then you're paying 3x the price. I'll take 3 of these all day long.



porky23213/04/2020 02:09

Good luck getting a delivery slot, or collection. I can't get either in, …Good luck getting a delivery slot, or collection. I can't get either in, Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons or Iceland.


Are you on their list of vulnerable people?
Dawsy11/04/2020 21:06

Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a …Never had a pukka pie since I was told that pedigree foods turned down a meat delivery for dog food but pukka accepted it. That was over 20 years ago now.I'm very particular about pies. The quorn type option is sometimes the best option.


Are we going to have to keep you away from 5G masts?
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