Tesco Goose Fat 220g Only £1 (was £2.00)
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Tesco Goose Fat 220g Only £1 (was £2.00)

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Found 29th Nov 2016
Unless you're a veggie...the best Roasties for Christmas this year will be made with goose fat!
Tescos currently have this 220g jar for only a £1, usually £2.00.
Offer ends 13/12/16 and should be nationwide.
Not nom nom

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v good price

Would prefer a fat goose for the £1..... but alas

Original Poster

cburns

Would prefer a fat goose for the £1..... but alas



​Wouldn't we all

Followed a Nigella recipe for Goose Fat roast potatoes on Sunday using this and they were fantastic, no thanks to her wishy washy "they should take an hour but they might take 25 minutes" cooking time. Going to stock up to do more "tests" before Christmas.

Original Poster

bobbetybob

Followed a Nigella recipe for Goose Fat roast potatoes on Sunday using … Followed a Nigella recipe for Goose Fat roast potatoes on Sunday using this and they were fantastic, no thanks to her wishy washy "they should take an hour but they might take 25 minutes" cooking time. Going to stock up to do more "tests" before Christmas.



​Yum...lucky you...unfortunately my fella is a vegetarian, but I still remember the good old days lol! oO

Another Tesco wild goose chase?

foxykelli

​Yum...lucky you...unfortunately my fella is a vegetarian, but I still r … ​Yum...lucky you...unfortunately my fella is a vegetarian, but I still remember the good old days lol! oO


What he doesn't know..

dbilsborough

Another Tesco wild goose chase?


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The jar size is 220g.

dbilsborough

Another Tesco wild goose chase?



Came here to say this. You beat me to it!

bobbetybob

Followed a Nigella recipe for Goose Fat roast potatoes on Sunday using … Followed a Nigella recipe for Goose Fat roast potatoes on Sunday using this and they were fantastic, no thanks to her wishy washy "they should take an hour but they might take 25 minutes" cooking time. Going to stock up to do more "tests" before Christmas.


I always put the potatoes in before the meat. Time is the huge deal, not temperature. If you try to rush them they get that fried finish rather than crunch and crumble. Boil them first in salty water - not to a mush, clearly, give them a shake to roughen them and then let them stand for a bit so the steam comes off them and the surface dries a bit. Them put them in with a decent amount of fat so they're 'paddling' with the temperature medium high. Half an hour/forty minutes before the end then drain almost all the fat out of the pan - that's the major thing that makes them really crunchy. Your meat should have been in the same tray at this point and hopefully released some gluey juice that'll soak into the bottoms and become this wonderful umami base.

Roast potatoes that are in for 25 minutes? Is she having a laugh.

foxykelli

​Yum...lucky you...unfortunately my fella is a vegetarian, but I still r … ​Yum...lucky you...unfortunately my fella is a vegetarian, but I still remember the good old days lol! oO


Got to get your priorities in order, time to dump him.

Original Poster

dereklogan7

Got to get your priorities in order, time to dump him.



​Hahahaha X)

Woolton store had" tempory out of stock" label this evening.

[/quote=duelling duck]I always put the potatoes in before the meat.[/quote]


This isn't the place to discuss your private life!


Edited by: "SteveM79" 30th Nov 2016

Tescos currently have this 220g jar for only a £1, usually £2.00. Not as originally posted. Have amended.

Original post said 320g and £2.10.

Original Poster

rubberbullets

Tescos currently have this 220g jar for only a £1, usually £2.00. Not as o … Tescos currently have this 220g jar for only a £1, usually £2.00. Not as originally posted. Have amended.Original post said 320g and £2.10.


Thanks
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