Tesco Cinnamon and Raisin bagels Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Food
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Customer Tesco Cinnamon and Raisin bagels Reviews (4)
by - written on 19/11/09 (Very useful, 128 readings)
A few weeks ago a friend of mine came to stay with us for a long weekend. I knew most of what she ate as we have similar eating habits but I was a little unsure what to get for breakfast. She was staying for a long weekend so I did plan on popping to the local Supermarket to pick up some fresh croissants but when I asked my friend if she fancied something like this she suggested to m that we should have some bagels. I have to be honest and admit that I have never tried Bagels before so I had no idea what made good or bad one and what brands to look out for. Apparently a bagel is boiled for a short time in water and then baked resulting in a chewy doughy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/06 (Very useful, 217 readings)
Oddly enough, I was introduced to bagels in Beijing of all places, where an enterprising Chinese lady with American connections recognised a niche in the market. Sure enough, the bagels were soon snapped up by westerners and even some Chinese. One I had tasted the cinnamon and raisin variety, I was hooked. Recent adverts for New York bagels jogged my memory and I have been searching for a replacement for the bagels I enjoyed so much in China. So far, I have tried Sainsbury’s and Tesco’s own cinnamon and raisin variety and have decided to review Tesco’s first. What is a bagel? According to Wikipedia, the bagel (or sometimes beigel) first originated in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/09 (Very useful, 110 readings)
I love Bagels and for the last 2 weeks i've had a Bagel for breakfast. I've had 3 different kinds. They were the brand named ones - New York Bagel Co, Asda's own bakery ones and these ones from Tesco. So which ones are better? Asda ones, but i'm here to review the Tesco ones. These come in packs of 4 and cost me 95p last week. You also get these in just original flavour, but my favourite Bagels are Cinnamon and Raisin. I didn't taste the cinnamon at all, but there were 4-5 juicy raisins mixed through the dough. These are quite thick and fat and I know you can eat them cold with filling in them, but I always just toast them and add some butter. I cut ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/06/08 (Very useful, 111 readings)
I first had bagels while I was in New York and I really loved them, friends took us to a place in Brooklyn in the early hours of the morning after a nights clubbing and we all had a pretty big appetite and I remember having scrambled eggs some hash brwons and two gagels with cream cheese, one onion and one poppy seed. When I got back to England I was keen to repeat the experience with some bagels however they are a bit hard to find so I was pleased to find that Tesco did as election of bagels and these Cinnamon and Raisin ones were one of the available flavours. First of these were a million miles away in quality terms from those I enjoyed that ... Read the complete review
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