The SPAR supermarket chain outperforms its high-end competitors to earn the honor of this year’s best Christmas pie in blind taste tests.
- Spar had the Best Mince Pies at the 2020 Christmas Awards, costing just £ 2
- Judges praised the “buttery crumbly pastry” and said the filling was “sweet”
- M&S has achieved eight wins including Best Main Vegan Cake and Birthday Cake
Fancy supermarkets have often experimented with great new ingredients or flavors in an effort to produce the ultimate ground meat pie.
But the best this year was made by … SPAR. The budget series beat its super-competitors to record its first win in the BBC Good Food Blind Taste Tests for Best Festive Show.
Other low-cost grocers have taken home gongs, too. Aldi won Best Christmas Pudding, Asda won Best Cranberry Sauce and Tesco won Best Jamun.
But the most surprising victory was Spar’s Luxury Mince Pies £ 2 package.
The most surprising victory at the 2020 Christmas Taste Awards was Spar’s Luxury Mince Pies £ 2 package.
The rulers praised the “crumbly and buttery pastry”, adding: “The filling is sweet and jam, with nice large pieces of fruit filled with soaked fruit and a little citrus.”
Morrisons ” best ” £ 2 deep-filled pies – which have come first in the past two years – and our specially selected Aldi Pies at £ 1.49
The Taste of Christmas Awards 2020 saw judges test more than 150 products from 13 supermarket stores. With 75 days remaining until Christmas, the Super Contestants still dominate 20 different categories.
Marks & Spencer has eight wins including Best Main Vegan Cake and Birthday Cake. Waitrose came second, taking first place in four categories including Best Wellington Beef and Best Pork in Blankets.
The rulers praised the “ crumbly and frothy pastry, ” adding: “ The filling is sweet and jam-packed, with nice large chunks of plump fruit, soaked fruit and a good flavor of citrus ” (stocked photo)
Stalls – the North’s favorite upscale supermarket – netted the Best Turkey Centerpiece for its £ 85 show. While Morrisons and Sainsbury’s are praised in three categories each.
BBC Good Food Editor Kristen Hayes said: “Getting the most out of your money will be more important than ever at Christmas, so make sure you check the winners before planning your supermarket. Big.
The full list will be published at the end of October in the Christmas edition of BBC Good Food.