Today I am reviewing
Tesco Value Potato Salad and Coleslaw.
Its surprisingly hard to find coleslaw and potato salad without dairy, however if you are willing to part with a whole 60p you can buy both of these!
What is it?
Coleslaw: cabbage carrot and onion in mayo
Potato salad: potato and herbs in mayo
Cabbage (58%), Mayonnaise, Carrot (8%), Onion, Mayonnaise contains: Water, Rapeseed Oil, Spirit Vinegar, Salt, Stabilisers (Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum), Pasteurised Egg Yolk, Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Dijon Mustard, Dijon Mustard contains: Water, Black Mustard Seed, Spirit Vinegar, Salt
Potato Salad Ingredients:
Cooked Potato (69%), Mayonnaise, Onion, Spirit Vinegar, Chive, Parsley, Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Mayonnaise contains: Rapeseed Oil, Water, Pasteurised Egg, Spirit Vinegar, Cornflour, Salt, Sugar, Citrus Fibre, Rice Starch, Potato Fibre, Dried Egg White
Both Free from:
Soya (as far as I can see)
Thus both suitable for:
Coleslaw: standard coleslaw, not particularly thick mayo but with respect it only costs 25p
Potato salad: similarly standard potato salad, good proportion of visible herbs.
Both surprisingly creamy smelling.
Potato salad: oniony.
Both very yummy.
Not at all as cheap and nasty as you may expect.
Coleslaw: good mix of veg although cabbage is dominant.
Mayo surprisingly creamy.
Potato salad: potato is quite well cooked and not near as raw as I had feared.
Mayo again is surprisingly creamy.
£0.25 for coleslaw
£0.35 for potato salad
These are not going to be as lovely as what you could make yourself but straight from the supermarket at such a very low price I really do not think you can beat these.
4/5 – cheap and tasty.