£1.60£5.16 per kg
When you want to add a finishing touch to a meal but you're short on time. Just pop these Sage & Onion Stuffing Balls in the oven and you've cracked it! No preparation but tons of flavour, it's that easy.
FrozenSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||Per 100g (as sold)||Per stuffing ball (26g)* (oven baked)|
|of which saturates||2.3g||0.7g|
|of which sugars||1.5g||<0.5g|
|*This pack contains approximately 12 servings|
Wattage: 850, Category: E, Power: 1 1/2 mins, Stand: 2 mins, 3 1/2 Mins
For a softer stuffing, place 4 stuffing balls on a suitable plate. Place in the microwave and heat on high power (100%). Please ensure product is piping hot before serving. Serve Immediately.
For microwave ovens with a heating capacity or oven wattage select appropriate time(s) from the table above. As microwave ovens vary these cooking instructions are a guide only. When heating different numbers of stuffing balls or using ovens of different power, heating time should be adjusted accordingly.; Oven cook - From Frozen. 180°C/350°F/Gas 4 25 Mins
For a crisp stuffing ball, preheat the oven and remove all the packaging. Place the stuffing balls on a non-stick baking tray in the middle of the oven. Cook for 25 Minutes.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (13)
A job to discribe
Dismissed other reviews sadly though would them ago, a job to describe !! disguising springs to mind I bet Aunt Bessie don't eat them surprised she has her name on packet
Make your own
Opened the bag to find they were not ball shaped for starters!. Over cooked on the flat bottoms and lookedvery dry. Cooked them and they were like bricks. Nearly killed a pigeon throwing them out in the garden!!!. Aunt Bessie,sorry but never again.
Pretty bland & doughy
Bland, doughy... Wouldn't buy again. Only bought for quick mid-week meal, so wasn't expecting much to begin with.
Tasteless and dry.
Tasteless dry and stodgy. Not Aunt Bessie's best.
I love these, the texture and taste is great, another freezer quick fix, I usually make my own but when pushed for time I can turn to these. They always turn out crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, I've had them with chicken and pork and they have tasted great with both, even with a good drop of gravy poured over they have retained their texture, shape and taste.