£1.75£5.47 per kg
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|Typical Values||Per 100g||Per Meal 320g||% RI* Per Meal|
|Energy||403 kJ||1290 kJ|
|96 kcal||307 kcal||15%|
|- of which saturates||1.2g||4.0g||20%|
|- of which sugars||2.6g||8.4g||9%|
|*Reference intake of an average adult (8400 kJ/2000kcal)|
Before serving check that the food is piping hot throughout, if not cook further.
*These are for guidance only. All appliances vary. Although extra care has been taken to remove bones, small bones may remain. Do not defrost before cooking. TAKE CARE: PRODUCT WILL BE HOT. Do not re-heat once cooled.; Microwave - From Frozen. Microwave: Remove film lid before cooking.
Microwave: 750W - Cat D, Full Power: 7 minutes 30 seconds, Defrost (30% power): 5 minutes 30 seconds, Stand: 1 minute.
Microwave: 850W - Cat E, Full Power: 7 minutes, Defrost (30% power): 5 minutes 30 seconds, Stand: 1 minute.; Oven cook - From Frozen. OVEN: FOR BEST RESULTS. 1. Preheat the oven to 200°C (400°F), Fan 180°C or gas mark 6. 2. Remove film lid and place on a baking tray. 3. Cook for 45 minutes in the top half of the oven. 4. Take out of the oven and stand for 1 minute.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (6)
Tasty but Tiny
Tastes good but leaves you hungry
Not worth the points....
I was very disappointed with the size of this meal - the plastic tub was literally only half-filled, only the tips of the prongs on the fork went in. It slid onto the plate and lost any resemblance to a lasagne. I added some salad leaves but still felt very ripped off with the 9sp used and very hungry at the end - would not recommend.
I love this lasagne. I always defrost it before cooking, as it cooks much better and the sauce thickens and the top crisps off.
Decided to try this as part of my diet and was pleasantly surprised at how nice it was. Other lasagnes can be quite stodgy, but this isn't and is actually very tasty. Served with spinach and kale, with a drizzle of chilli sauce - delicious!
Misleading packaging picture.
Packaging shows a gorgeous meaty lasagne, accompanied by a fork. Get the fork off, it's a soup spoon you'll need, for it's more like a pasta soup. It's a deliciously tasty soup, but the picture promises rosy meat, creamy white sauce, and tanned hunks of perfect pasta. What you get (from the oven) is a delicious boat crash. I dread to think of it coming from a microwave. I would actually buy it again as a yummy pasta soup. It's not lasagne though, so bring a soup spoon.