Stagg chilli con carne all types £1.00 @ Tesco
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Stagg chilli con carne all types £1.00 @ Tesco

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Stagg chilli all different types only £1 normally £1.79 @hartlepool tesco extra
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    Yuc even my dog wouldn't eat it and I'm being serious!
    I picked up a cheeky tin of the dynamite hot. It's about the only tinned/convenience food that really packs a punch. I like to use it for post-pub nacho's!
    paulandpam1

    Yuc even my dog wouldn't eat it and I'm being serious!

    *Chuckles* I've never tried tinned chilli, one of those things I make from scratch..might give it a go. Though I'm guessing it'll be in the same league as Fray Bentos pies and Vesta curries :p!
    I just had a can of this with nachos tonight, it is trully disgusting. Big lumps of meat that resemble dog food. Great price but not worth it.
    horse meat
    33 mins in and no one has asked the question yet........

    is it H....................







































    .............OT or what ? (_;)
    Vegetable Chill - 79p @ Savers
    pedigree chum nicer
    maddoglewis

    pedigree chum nicer



    How do you know?
    Some people are so dramatic. It's not at all like dog food. I had a tin of the Silverado chilli. Far too many beans though compared to meat. It's fine if you are in a hurry or can't manage to cook for whatever reason. It's definitely above Vesta curries in quality. The Tesco own brand chilli is better though, more meat and fewer beans.
    I can eat most things but I got this cheap in my local co-op and it is not nice
    I don't know why you guys are complaining, this stuff is the dogs **** X)
    Pure filth
    maddoglewis

    pedigree chum nicer


    Well my dog prefers pedigree chum over this as I said in the first post.
    Edited by: "paulandpam1" 15th May 2014
    TheFoodie

    How do you know?



    er er I just meant the smell
    I'm actually quite a fan of stagg chili. I couldn't eat the hot version though as way too hot for me. I've also tried the value range chili's from supermarkets and that big yellow tin of chili you get in Lidls and the stagg chili is far nicer with a better sauce and better meat. I remember having some american style chili from a catering van and it was very similar to stagg chili, probably been cooking all day mind you hence the similar flavour. Not a patch on home made though.

    Also available from amazon currently at £6 for 6 tins. Double up for free delivery.

    amazon.co.uk/STA…top


    louiselouise

    *Chuckles* I've never tried tinned chilli, one of those things I make … *Chuckles* I've never tried tinned chilli, one of those things I make from scratch..might give it a go. Though I'm guessing it'll be in the same league as Fray Bentos pies and Vesta curries :p!


    Stagg is quite good, the rest keep making your own
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